“Black” police chief retires, gets TV spot after telling citizens get over police killings and get a job
December 15, 2016 § Leave a comment
A lot of people may find this title problematic but they probably find the statement, “Ben Carson, Stephen A. Smith and Stacie Dash are coons” problematic. For those of you who don’t have an issue calling out coons and traitors, please continue.
December 7, 2016 § Leave a comment
Faith Johnson was appointed as the new District Attorney for Dallas County yesterday. When depressed, drug-addict former DA Susan Hawk resigned at the perfect time – as BE prophesied – with a wink and a nod, Governor Abbott was given the choice to replace her, and not the almost 2.5 million citizens of Dallas County. « Read the rest of this entry »
November 29, 2016 § Leave a comment
Before you read this, understand I wrote this piece two months ago and planned to publish it today. Today I called the office and was informed, despite being told information months ago, that information may be incorrect. Now I can’t get in touch with the staff person who supposedly has the correct information. We at Beneath Everything smelled some Trinity River-level bullshit and decided to publish anyway. It is a risk we are willing to take. « Read the rest of this entry »
October 20, 2016 § Leave a comment
Follow up from previous article titled, “10 takeaways from Attorney General visit to Dallas, cop-politics as usual, #LynchingDallas Day 1 of 2”
Yes, I said it. The average black resident in southern Dallas is clueless about what’s really going on around them. That average is also the majority. Completely clueless. Most aren’t aware of the planned deck park nearby the Dallas Zoo, aren’t aware of the equestrian park near 175 Hwy, don’t know what “equestrian” is, and can’t locate Trinity Groves. Don’t believe me. Try it for yourself. Go to Redbird Mall or West End taking the blue, greed or red line south or ask the black person watching your child at day care or the desk agent at Planet Fitness or Williams Chicken, and spark up a conversation with any black person about local government. The odds won’t be in your favor. « Read the rest of this entry »
10 takeaways from Attorney General visit to Dallas, cop-politics as usual, #LynchingDallas Day 1 of 2
October 4, 2016 § Leave a comment
Is 21st Century style policing merely the same policing but with tech gadgets? Does it change any dynamics? Processes and protocols? Does it increase transparency or accountability? Is trust manufactured in this style of policing? Or is just hours and hours and terabytes and different angles of bleeding black bodies on live TV, my social media news feeds and totally available for my consumption, playback and share?
September 29, 2016 § Leave a comment
My family owns an assisted living care business and here is a tale of my experience in Pleasant Grove last night.
August 20, 2016 § Leave a comment
In a system of white supremacy where people of color lose on a 24/7 schedule, wins are often manufactured. They have to be. “Manufactured” as in created from nothing or created with the materials around you. For example, Black people think Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill is a win but ignore the fact a slave owner will also share that bill with her. « Read the rest of this entry »