The Black Masculist would like to thank all our reader (Men & Women) from AUSTRALIA, UK, INDIA, CANADA, S. AFRICA, FRANCE, GERMANY and of course here in the UNITED STATES for continued support for the positve imagery of Blackmen.
Over the course of 5 years I’ve worked hard to provide you, no US with quality content. Sleepless nights, doubts, broken phones, and delagation issues are among the many challenges I’ve face in my persuit to uplift the Blackman across the world so HE in turn can uplift his people.
But in order for HIM to do THAT He has to happy with who HE is and for that to happen HE needs to KNOW WHO HE IS!! I for one believe in order to change the narrative we have to first change the narrator! More to come in 2019. P.E.A.C.E!
La’Var J. Battles, EIC, and Publisher
jLast week News outlet CNN announced the firing of political commentator Dr. Marc Lamont Hill. CNN has become the premier place for intellectuals to voice their opinions on politics and the state of affairs. Not Today!
The firing came after Hill’s riviting speech in front of the UN addressing the age old battle between Isreal and Palestine calling for peace and a free Palestine. The speech was deemed “Anti Semitic”
Its funny because Dr Hill’s job was threatened before when he showed support for the Most Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan only to quickly denounce him after a speech which spoke only of who the powers that control the black populous were. His speech was also deemed offensive.
Dr. Hill distenced himself from a great leader over a misrepresented speech and in turn was fired for the same thing. This goes to show that no matter who or what you think you are Black man, we all can be hanged from the same tree!
Check out Hill’s speech below to decide for yourself
On this day December 3rd we The Black Masculist would like to say Happy 96th Birthday to Chemist Dr. Ralph Gardner Chavis.
In 1943 after earning his degree in Chemistry Dr. Gardner Chavis worked as an assistant in chicago during the “Manhattan Project” an American research and development project that produced the first nuclear weapons during WW2.
After, he went on to develop “Hard plastics” which can tolerate high temperatures and chemicals and can be recycled in many ways. High Density Polyethylene or HDPE have been used to make grocery bags, freezer bags, insulation and food and drink storage.