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Examples of such changes include the comic Green Lantern, John Stewart and the recent change to Johnny Storm with Michael B. Jordan in 20th Century Fox’s latest release in Fantastic Four (2015).
Why do Blacks often leave tech companies once they break the glass ceiling? How about “it’s raining glass…
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Thaddeus Howze knows what it’s like to eat pavement, have his glasses cracked, and made to bleed because he “fit the description”, so this video strikes him to his core.
Thaddeus Howze insists that our Puritanical zeal has created a society that is obsessed with sex while still shaming people about it.
Here is your life on jelly beans: This is a video to help you get a perspective about how you live your life.
Watch this video for eight minutes and then go out and change the world, somewhere.
A video by Eric Raymond Lim for his sister Tanya Lim who committed suicide touches Thaddeus Howze deeply. And he hopes it will touch others.
Think it’s not about race? Thaddeus Howze explains what life is like for a Black man in the USA.
Thaddeus Howze reminds us that our sons are not put on this earth to help us accomplish the things we wanted for ourselves.
Yes, Charles Ramsey is a hero, but not for the reasons you think.
Thaddeus Howze insists that we are a nation in crisis—a moral crisis, a social crisis but most importantly a mental health crisis that we are completely in denial about. We are violent because we are trained to be.
Thaddeus Howze shares a classic video about how to change the future, and suggests that it is even more relevant today.
Thaddeus Howze believes that Clint Eastwood’s empty chair imagery may have been an accurate representation of the way the power establishment in the US wants people of color to remain – passive, silent and invisible.