Media

NPR Sucks: Tea Party Racism Isn’t Fact?

March 9, 2011
This is why Liberals suck. They can’t defend a position if they’re life depended on it. So NPR is reeling from 2 fired employees after NPR staff fundraiser Ron Schiller called the Tea Party racist, in a meeting he thought … Continue reading read more »
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What’s Good on the Economy

February 25, 2011
So I have a subscription to American Prospect–the progressive DC economic policy magazine that’s very much in the political line of Center for American Progress, Demos, and the like. Now, I’m not that kind of liberal, and often disagree with … Continue reading read more »
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Kenyon Farrow Modern Black History Hero Profile on BET

February 18, 2011
Hey folks, so if you missed it live, here’s the spot that aired on 106th &... read more »
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Non-Shock of the Week: Watching Fox News Makes You More Likely to Distrust Muslims

February 17, 2011
In un-shocking news of the week, the Public Religion Research Institute just released a report  about American attitudes about Muslims, and also showed “a significant correlation between trust in Fox News and negative attitudes about Muslims.” They go onto say … Continue reading read more »
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Tonight! I’m featured on BET as “Modern Black History Hero”

February 16, 2011
I just found out that tonight at 7pmEST Black Entertainment Television (BET) will be profiling me as one of 4 Modern Black History Heroes, a series of 106 & Park specials on contemporary “unsung heroes.” QEJ’s work will also be … Continue reading read more »
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Gay Scandal: Nigerian Style

November 12, 2010
I just hosted a Nigerian gay activist on his stay in NYC recently, and it was really instructive to hear how queer politics are playing out in the country. Contrary to popular belief that the only discussion about non-normative gender … Continue reading read more »
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Unpacking Lt. Dan Choi's Tricky Race & Class Talk on Democracy Now!

October 23, 2010
So finally Amy Goodman and producers at Democracy Now! got it together to have a real debate about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, as opposed to doing what they did in 2009, which is to let Lt. Dan Choi, the poster … Continue reading read more »
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THANK GOD!: Pilot Refuses Body Scan and Questions TSA Surveillance Policies In General

October 20, 2010
I have been hoping, wishing and praying someone would finally stand up to this, because the Transportation Security Administration is out of control. I was watching CNN just moments ago, when ExpressJet pilot Michael Roberts was interviewed by Kiran Chetry, … Continue reading read more »
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Brazilian Men Sex Trafficked in Spain

August 31, 2010
Over the last year I have heard straight men who are very prominent in the intimate partner domestic violence movement state in public forums, before hundreds of people, that “men don’t have to get up and think about what ind … Continue reading read more »
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Queen Latifah: Sexuality a "Private" Matter or Protecting a Corporate Brand?

August 13, 2010
There has been lots of speculation about Queen Latifah’s sexuality for many years. Most recently rumors were almost totally confirmed by photos of Queen and Jeanette Jenkins (thought to be her longtime partner) in clearly romantic embraces while at a … Continue reading read more »
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