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1001 streams of whiteness

“Why you can’t have White Pride…” @tizzyent on Tik Tok

So [white pride] represents superiority and hate and [black pride] a fight for equality.

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-mix 2020: Lovie Simone as Selah

Blackbook

Pedro Bell on the importance of a visual concept as a band.

“If you have have group that has a concept that’s visual, people will buy the product,” [Pedro Bell] said. Groups like Mandrill and The Undisputed Truth were impressive, but didn’t have the longevity of Funkadelic because they lacked a coherent (literal) vision of themselves, and the world they were creating. “If you want to survive, you better have some visual concept, and if you really want to survive you better have more than that.”

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2018: Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland & Tim Weatherspoon as members of the Black Panther Party@ Halloween 2018

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Research on Research

Research & Time

“Research makes time march forward, it makes time march backwards, and it also makes time stand still” — Greil Marcus, Lipstick Traces p.18

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Blackbook

The return of the Guardian Angels

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s remix 2017: Jay Z’s The Story of OJ

Screenshot taken at [2'10''] from "The Story of OJ" by Jay-Z and Mark Romanek

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Blackbook

“Western Flag” Installation by John Gerrard in Texas

The construct of race

White privilege and racism – a social experiment by Jane Elliott

How do you Identify Racism_ The Angry Eye with Jane Elliott via YouTube

Race-ism

Alexandra Bell Uses Her Public Art to Expose Media Racism

Bell, A Teenager With Promise, 2017. Image courtesy the artist

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Products of Research

“Design is content with intent. Content without intent is noise. Intent without content is decoration.” —Joe Sparano

Blackbook

Sometimes a book isn’t just a book.

After René Magritte. La Clef des songes (The Interpretation of Dreams). Brussels, 1935

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2016: Beyoncé

Blackbook

Dizzy Gillespie for President

Black Panther Party

‘The Art of the Black Panthers’: Revolutionary designer Emory Douglas — Dangerous Minds

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2015: Paris

Encyclopedia of —isms

P

Postracialism

“Anyone who thinks we move in a post-racial society is someone who’s been smoking crack” – Spike Lee, 2009

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Institutional Racism

Starbucks’s Race Together

Institutional Racism

When People Say “Black” Instead of “African-American”

“By significant margins, white participants believed that the black applicant was lower status, with less education and less annual income than the African-American applicant.

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Butt

Stereotypes

Meghan Trainor’s “bass”

Blackbook

War is Over (If you want it)

15th December, 1969: “WAR IS OVER! IF YOU WANT IT Happy Christmas from John & Yoko

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1001 streams of whiteness

Race-ism

Trayvon Martin & Geroge Zimmerman

Greg Cimeno and William Filene thought it would be a good idea to dress up as Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman this Halloween, 2013.

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2011: Freddie Gibbs

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2008: Otabenga Jones

Grow Black Growth Activity page 14 2008, Otabenga Jones and Associates, Xerox booklet. Courtesy of the artist.

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White people

Grow Your Own Redneck

Found in Recordstore Waterloo, Austin (TX), October 28, 2007

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 2000: Fear of a Black Marker by Keith Knight

Fear Of A Black Marker: Another K Chronicles Compendium (2000) by Keith Knight

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5 categories

Incomplete timeline of human classification

1995 — Voluntary Affirmative Action Information

Designed by Players Casino (Found in a record sleeve of funkband WAR. In possession of the author.)

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 1985: Sugarfoot

Sugarfoot. Photo © David Sanford

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Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 1975: Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 1972: JET Magazine

JET Magazine. May 11, 1972. Vol. 42, Nr. 7. Johnson Publishing Company

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Re-mix

Remix: I am Somebody – Jesse Jackson

Huey's Re-Mix

Huey’s Re-Mix 1970: Welcome Back