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No Letter Grades in Black Homeschooling? | Samori Camara

In 2008, I worked as one of the three teaching assistants for my doctoral advisor’s Black Power Movement class. I lectured a great deal in the class, which had over two hundred students. As a passionate student and teacher, I pulled no punches. I spoke truth with the intention of changing minds.

One night while grading my third of the papers, I noticed that many of the white students were scoring well of the exam and, unfortunately, lots of the Black students were lagging behind. In truth, I got a little frustrated. “How could the whites students be doing better in a class totally about Black people?”

Really, interested in the answer, as the next study session, I asked some of the white students about how they were getting good grades. The answers were similar: “I study a lot.” “I use mnemonic devices.” “I study as hard as I can so that I can keep my G.P.A. up so I can get into the graduate school of my choice.” “The content is interesting, but it’s not really my cup of tea.”

The trend continued until the end of the semester. Many of my whites students earned As and walked out never to really engage the subject matter again. But then I had many Black students who received Bs and Cs, but told me that the class truly changed their lives. In fact, a few asked for more books on the Black experience so that they could continue to delve deeper and continue on the road towards knowledge of self.

In reflecting on the class in the following days, I began to question the validity of letter grades. I asked myself, “Would I want a student who gets an A by memorizing all the information only to forget it after the test? Or, would I want a student who gets a lower grade, struggles to retain the information, but is curious to learn more and is moved to change by the knowledge?”

My answer: I would take the student with the low grade and curiosity any day. For curiosity opens the door to wisdom, while working for a letter grade looks good in the short term, but leads nowhere.

Dr. Samori Camara

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No Letter Grades in Black Homeschooling? | Samori Camara.

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Black Nurses Banned from Caring for Child in Michigan Hospital | Alternet

Hospital facing lawsuit after complying with a swastikatattooed father’s request that only white nurses care for his child.

In Michigana neonatal nurse reports that she was removed from her job because a Swastika-tattooed father who didn’t want his daughter treated by any African Americans.

The nurse, Tonya Battle, had been working at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan, since 1988. Yet when a newborn girl came into the neonatal intensive care unit recently, Battle was abruptly removed from the case because “the father told the [nurse in charge] that he did not want and African Americans taking care of his baby.”

Battle is now suing the hospital for discrimination.

“She [BATTLE]was shocked, offended and in disbelief that she was so egregiously discriminated against based on her race and re-assigned,” the court documents read.

The evidence in this case appears overwhelming. Not only was Battle removed from the case, but later she found a note in the baby’s file that read, “No African American nurse to take care of baby.”

Neither Battle nor any other nurses of color were allowed to care for the baby for her month-long stay in the hospital.

Black Nurses Banned from Caring for Child in Michigan Hospital | Alternet.


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Race, Sex, and BDSM: On “Plantation Retreats” Where Black People Go to Serve Their White “Masters” | Daily Kos

Those who have loved and dated across the color line have to negotiate the realities of race in our society, and by extension, its impact on their relationships. For many, this is done through explicit conversations. For others, these dialogues come implicitly, through gestures, and taken for granted shared assumptions.But how many folks actually talk about how race impacts their own sexuality, attraction, physicality, or notions of the erotic?

We live in a society that is structured around many different hierarchies of power, authority, and difference. As Foucault brilliantly observed, Power is not sitting out there in the ether, an abstraction that we just talk about in philosophy classes. Power acts through and upon bodies. Certain people are racialized in American society for example. Their bodies are locations of power–and yes resistance. Likewise, certain types of bodies are marked as “normal,” while others are deemed “different” or “abnormal.”

The “popular” imagination holds many assumptions about particular types of bodies. The black male body is something to be policed, controlled, and feared. It is both envied and despised. The Asian female body is “erotic” and “submissive.” The black female body alternates between being fecund, always available, and out of control, while simultaneously being marked as “masculine,” asexual, and unattractive. Latinas are “hot” and “sexy.” White bodies of a certain type are taken as the baseline for what is considered “beautiful” or “normal.”

Ironically, the bodies of black and brown people which are considered beautiful or attractive by the white gaze are judged as such either by how “different” they are from white norms (the exotic or savage) or how close these racialized bodies–almost like impostors or stand-ins–are to the normalized white body.

The very language we use to discuss race, the physical, and the sexual, is a quotidian example of Power in action. But, how are matters complicated when a significant part of a given person’s sexuality, and sense of the erotic, is centered on playing with the dynamics of dominance and submission?

Consider the following passage from the Colorlines article “Playing with Race”:

Contrary to popular notions, BDSM is not about abuse. It’s consensual and trusting and people refer to it as “play” (as in “I want to play with you”). The point of BDSM is not sexual intercourse. In fact, when Williams recalls her first experience as a masochist seven years ago, she says she met her partner, a white man, at a bar and “fell in love at first sight.” They made their way back to his hotel. “For the first time I felt someone could see who I really was.” And that was someone who found it erotic to be a submissive to her partner.In recent years, Williams has added another element to her repertoire as a masochist. She’s begun to engage in what is called “race play” or “racial play”—that is getting aroused by intentionally using racial epithets like the word “nigger” or racist scenarios like a slave auction.

Race play is being enjoyed in the privacy of bedrooms and publicly at BDSM parties, and it’s far from just black and white. It also includes “playing out” Nazi interrogations of Jews or Latino-on-black racism, and the players can be of any racial background and paired up in a number of ways (including a black man calling his black girlfriend a “nigger bitch”).

White master seeking black slave, however, seems the more popular of the combinations.

I could not engage is such types of role-playing. My personal politics would not allow it; my libido would not respond.That is my choice. I do not deny others their pleasure.


However, as someone interested in the relationship between race, politics, and racial ideologies, I am fascinated by how individuals negotiate white supremacy and Power.

Are people like Williams or Mollena more “evolved” and “progressive” than those of us who cannot decouple the realities and burdens of race from their bodies and psyches in the present? Alternatively, could this deep sense of both owning and living in a racialized body, be turned into a location for pleasure and catharsis:

Vi Johnson, the black matriarch of BDSM, has presented on race play at kinky conferences and she believes the appeal is different for each person. “When you’re being sexually stimulated, you’re not thinking that what’s stimulating you is a racist image, ” she says. “You’re just getting turned on.”So, for some, she says, race play is about playing with authority and for others, it might be humiliation.

Well-known sexuality and SM educator Midori, who is Japanese and German, often presents her theory that humiliation in BDSM is linked to self-esteem. Take the woman who likes it when her boyfriend calls her a “slut,” Midori says. Perhaps the woman internalized the idea that “good girls don’t,” but she enjoys her sexuality. Because the boyfriend sees her in all her complexity, Midori says, when he calls her a slut, “he is freeing her of the social expectations of having to be modest.”

That’s different than having some stranger (and jerk) calling you a slut. The stranger doesn’t see the full woman. It’s similar with race play, Midori says. By focusing, for example, on a black man’s body, while he’s bound as a slave, she’s bolstering his own perception of himself as strong and powerful…

Her workshop demonstrations have included full auction scenes mimicking those of the Old South. In them, she is the plantation mistress inspecting a black man for “purchase.” He’s in shackles and “I slap him on his face and push him down on the ground, make him lick my shoes,” she says, emphasizing that she only does the demonstration after the “psychological” talk.

In the interest of transparency, I am a sex positive person (at least according to the survey on In many ways, I am also a bit of a libertine and a hedonist who is comfortable in both exclusive and open relationships. I also have certain predilections and tastes that more “vanilla” folks could find “kinky” or “different.” Ultimately, I am just myself, and do not know how to pretend to be anyone else.I am also full of contradictions and complications as sexuality and the erotic are not neatly bounded constructs (for example, I do not like watching interracial porn where white men have aggressive sex with black women as chattel slavery looms too large in my mind; however, I have no problems watching black men have aggressive sex with white women). I have also dated many women from a range of racial backgrounds: I love women; I love variety.

I share those details not to titillate; rather, because while I am rendering a judgement of sorts, I would not want to sound “judgmental.” The difference is a subtle, but nonetheless, an important one.

One of the questions I will be asking Viola Johnson from the Carter Johnson Leather Library when I interview her in the next few weeks (fingers crossed) is how do we separate more “healthy” types of race play from those encounters that are rooted in disdain for the Other and white supremacy. Are these just inter-personal contracts or do these types of sexual relationships gain power (and are made erotic) precisely because of how they signal to larger societal taboos?

If the website Fetlife is any indication, there is apparently a not insubstantial number of people who engage in sexual roleplaying and BDSM using the motif of chattel slavery in the antebellum South. A cursory review of the member profiles suggests that many of these people are white supremacists. This is apparently not a deterrent to the black men and women who want to “serve” these white masters.


Here a white “slave owning” master offers some insight on race play and “plantation retreats”:

My major kink-interest is in chattel slave-ownership in today’s world but following the historical models of 8,000 years of historical slave-ownership tradition (from Greek-Roman through modern day)…along with everything that might relate to it (which sometimes can go pretty far into the realm of BDSM activities, depending on the partner). I’m very knowlegable in the field of historical slavery.Some of my other non-kink interests include history and philosophy, classic cars, music, science, singing and writing lyrics, architecture, comparative culture, language, reading and counseling..

I get a lot of questions about “Plantation Retreat”…so here are some basic facts:

My goal in creating and hosting Plantation Retreat is to provide a safe and welcoming, private place (and opportunity) for White Masters and plantation slaves/niggers to meet and explore their mutual fantasies. I get a lot of questions and answer many individual questions. To simplify things…here is some general basic information:

The gathering lasts for up to 2 weeks this year, with the main gathering around the 4th of July…folks can stay as long or as short a time as they want (some stay even longer). Masters can stay at the compound here or in a hotel if they want to (as can any personal slaves that they bring with them or any other slave that is ordered to do so).

Slaves arriving on their own stay here and are considered (and protected) as property of the plantation or my personal property.

Slaves sign up for a specific length of service. Slaves can specify what their limits are or that they will serve in any way the Master/guests desire. Sex is not required, but depends on individual choice (as do other activities). Most Masters desire to use slaves sexually in addition to normal domestic services. Some slaves are used only for hard labor. A slave’s assignments and duties are based on its experience and ability-level (some require whipping or punishment). Masters have their own king or queen bed (up to 5 available); slaves sleep where they are told to sleep (unless they are ordered into a Master’s bed and allowed to sleep there). Normally a slave sleeps at the foot of a Master’s bed, but some can be chained or caged elsewhere.

The minimum requirement for slaves is that they be obedient and respectful of all Masters and work to give the Masters and enjoyable time. This can be anything from preparing and serving drinks and meals, doing housework or yard work, to providing sexual relief on demand, to hard labor in the compound (depending on the slave’s previously-stated limitations). Slaves should expect Masters to be totally comfortable and free in using humiliating or degrading racist speech in referring to or speaking to mud-slaves. It’s not all punishment and misery for slaves…there is plenty of time for camaraderie and playful fun also. Some slaves even form a brotherly bond with the other slaves that serve with them. Masters also form lasting bonds and friendships based on their mutual interests and sharing slaves.

It’s just a small friendly gathering of White Masters at my house/compound….being served by mud-slaves as might have been in a modern version of slave-days. one might call it a situation of consensual non-consent/slavery. Slaves can set their limits and the time they will be in service as slaves in advance…. and also what they expect to learn and experience from the experience. The more that a slave lets me know about itself in advance, the better I can guide its growth from the experience.

Backstage racism mates with BDSM, the eroticization of the black body, and finds a place online through a variant of cyber-racism. Amazing. We do in fact live in interesting times.White supremacy is a mental illness. Western (and global) society is sick with it. All of us, across the color line, have been impacted by white supremacy and white racism. But who are we to judge how adults in a consensual relationship decide to work through its pain and ugliness?

As is per my tradition, here are some concluding questions.

Have any of you engaged in race play? For those of you in inter-racial relationships, how do you negotiate these bigger questions of race and the erotic? If our kinks and sexual predilections are in some way a function of life experience, trauma, early childhood experiences, etc. what happened in the life of a black person who is willing to play a slave for the pleasures of white racists?


Daily Kos: Race, Sex, and BDSM: On “Plantation Retreats” Where Black People Go to Serve Their White “Masters”.


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Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino In The C.O.W.S. – YouTube

by Gus T Renegade

Hopefully, this montage will aid black and non-white people’s understanding of White Supremacy/Racism. It’s not about whether Django Unchained is a Racist film. It’s about a body of work that shows a consistent, self evident pattern.

There’s a reason Tarantino’s film are praised and released on major holidays. His cinema reinforces core White Supremacist values. Check out my film review of Pulp Fiction for more details:

Pulp Fiction… Gooks, Slopes, Niggers, Jules

… Catch a nigger by his toe.

Take your foot off the nigger…

…Cause storing dead niggers ain’t my business.

This used to be one of my favorite films. I mean… I’ve seen it at least 30 times. I never flinched or thought twice about the use of the word nigger. In fact… my favorite scene was the third vignette, which centers around the storage of a dead nigger. The System of White Supremacy paralyzes non-whites’ understanding; we end up experiencing and looking directly at Racist behavior, yet failing to recognize it.

    What is the hardest thing of all? That which seems the easiest for your eyes to see, that which lies before your eyes. [Thanks to the Suspected Racist known as Michael Bradley.]

Hopefully this review will make it easier for Victims of White Supremacy too see the staggering amount of White Supremacy in Pulp Fiction.

Marsellus Wallace: You my nigga?

Butch Coolidge: It certainly appears so.

The White people who practice White Supremacy are MASTER DECEIVERS. Butch Coolidge (Bruce Willis) provides a demonstration. He “appears” to consent to throwing a fight and losing in the fifth round. But Butch is a White man. He’s not Marsellus’ or anyone else’s nigga. Seeing that news of a rigged fight has impacted the gambling odds, Butch places enormous wagers on himself. He doesn’t just refuse 2 lose, he beats his non-white opponent to death. How does Butch feel about swindling and murdering a non-white person?

Butch: I don’t feel the least bit bad about it.

But he killed a man. Surely there has to be some remorse?

Butch: Fuck ’em! If he was a better boxer he’d still be alive.

But that was someone’s son. Surely he had family, friends…

Butch: Who gives a fuck! Enough about the poor unfortunate [nigger].

I assume White people have the same lack of regard for non-white life on and off camera. The business of White Supremacy requires a total absence of conscience as it relates to non-white life. Killing one or 30 million non-whites is no big deal; just another day at the office.

The White Supremacist nature of Pulp Fiction intensifies throughout the film. The second act begins with casual references to “gooks” and “slopes”; it ends with Marsellus Wallace [Ving Rhames] being bound, gagged and anally raped by a Suspected Racist enforcement official.

(Pause for Abner Louima and those who say this don’t happen in real life.)

Paying strict attention to every WORD, helps illuminate the intentions and motivations of White Supremacist films, books and/or people. Pulp Fiction begins with Jules Winnfield [Samuel L. Jackson] asking a White man “Does Marsellus Wallace look like a bitch,” and why he “[tried] to fuck him like a bitch”. A little under two hours into the film… Marsellus Wallace is being fucked like a bitch. {I think I’ve already posted on the consistent emasculation and castration of black males.}

I hear the objections from those who say, Marsellus avenged his abuse. He popped a cap in the White man, promised to get medieval! Allow me to retort. Number one, If Marsellus Wallace had not been rescued by a different White man, he would have continued to take a pounding in the rear. Number two, this is extraordinarily unrealistic. I’m unaware of any Victim of White Supremacy being able to murder or squint hard at an enforcement official without repercussions. Non-whites being bludgeoned and sexually assaulted by “police officers” is a black ink fact. Vengeance for these acts is at most a rowdy N.W.A. cd.

Scene Three.

Nobody who’ll be missed.

Let those four words rest on your skull like an anvil as I share my views on the final act. The White man known as Vincent Vega [John Travolta] blows a non-white male’s head off – accidentally. No need for gun safety when the barrel is pointed at a nigger (nobody who’ll be missed). Again, no heavy hearts or tears for a non-white life extinguished. Actually, this scene is pretty humorous; I remember finding it amusing (IT WAS MY FAVORITE SCENE OF THE FILM.) The fun and suspense of covertly disposing of a dead nigger… don’t get more jovial than that.

Now you really gotta be focused to catch everything that’s being expressed in the third vignette. The writer and director of the film has hopped in front of the camera. When I have shared this with Victims of White Supremacy, they have not immediately appreciated the symbolism of having the single person most responsible for the creation that is Pulp Fiction being center-stage for the dead nigger storage conflict.

And Quentin Tarantino isn’t just grumpy about a dead nigger in his Southern California garage. He fears Bonnie – his lawfully wedded wife – will return before the dead nigger has been dumped. Oh wait… Bonnie is non-white. It has been my experience that most people have not caught that Tarantino’s wife is not White; consequently, most folks have not pondered on the meaning of a White man being married to a black female while referencing a black male as a nigger. You should think about it.Take a second.

Most of this scene revolves around the labor of cleaning up messy Marvin.

    You’re the mother fucker should be on brain detail. We fuckin’ switchin’. I’m washin’ windows, and you pickin’ up this nigger’s skull.

Not to worry. No living or dead niggers have yet to pose a problem White people can’t handle. The dead nigger is efficiently whisked away for a proper burial at “Monster Joe’s Truck and Tow” junkyard. Nobody who’ll be missed.

Discarding of the dead nigger known as Marvin was a brief conundrum. And Jules and Vincent did exactly what Victims of White Supremacy should do when life gives you a l’il more then you can handle. They request help. Specifically, they ask for “The Wolf”.[Remus & Romulus… forgive my Isis Papers moment.]

    I’m Winston Wolf, I solve problems.

Codified – to reduce to a collection of rules and regulations. Mr. Wolf illustrates how codification can efficiently obliterate the most precarious of predicaments. He has precise guidelines for how to clean and drive the vehicle, how to dispose of the of the bloodied clothes. He dictated exactly what should be done and in a manner that was easy to grasp. All statements and actions supported the objective of solving the problem without creating new problems. Impeccable demonstration. If only there were a Winston Wolf or 80, who were dedicated to solving the problem of White Supremacy.

Mr. Wolf – like any Refined Racist – is attentive to detail. When gathering information about Jules’ and Vincent’s dilemma, he makes sure to get the racial classifications of the folks involved. And earlier when a different White man is asked at gun point to describe Marsellus Wallace, his first response: He’s black(not White). And during the diner heist at the culmination of the film, a Suspected White Supremacist demands that the “Mexicans”(non-whites) exit the kitchen. Race/Racism is a perpetual – perhaps the primary – feature in this flick.

I’ve spoke with a lot of White people about this movie. Not a one of them told me I was “playin’ the Race Card” or misconstruing Tarantino’s work. However, none of them said that Pulp Fiction is a disturbing and honest representation of the System of White Supremacy which terrorizes non-whites, is all the more discomforting because it presents unjust acts of Racism as humorous and is celebrated as a cinematic masterpiece – ranked as the 5th best film ever made on Internet Movie Database with over 340,000 votes. White people also don’t say that one could correlate the adoration of Pulp Fiction with White Supremacists’ dedication to and gratification in the practice of mauling non-whites.

Perhaps I ain’t talked to the right White folks yet. The next time you encounter a Suspected White Supremacist whom indicates an affinity for Pulp Fiction, ask them a lot of questions. Then post their responses here.

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The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 12/15/12

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research conclusions, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice immediately. We’ll use these sessions to refine our use of words as weapons to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We’ll review news reports from the past seven days and encourage non-white listeners exchange views constructively. We’ll be abstaining from the 8th area of people activity, but that should leave ample time for other aspects of White Terrorism. It’s been reported that a White man killed more then 20 people in a Connecticut elementary school on Friday morning. As Racism is War, Gus will be devoting little time – ZERO TEARS – to any of the White folks who got shot.

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