Tag Archives: “Mississippi Godamn”

Thursday Open Thread | Nina Simone Week

Today’s feature: MISSISSIPPI GODDAMN This great piece deserves the spotlight. Hat tip, Rikyrah. Thank you! https://bittersoutherner.com/whose-mississippi-is-it-black-authors-21st-century WHOSE MISSISSIPPI IS IT? Mississippi’s image has always been dominated by the conservative white evangelical set, the political and social segment of the state … Continue reading

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Wednesday Open Thread | 60s Genre Music | “Black Power” & Social Change

It’s Hump day, and we’re moving right along with uplifting music of and for CHANGE from the “Black Power” movement. MISSISSIPPI GODAMN-NINA SIMONE Ain’t Got No- Simone Stand- Sly & Fam Stone Say it Loud, I’m Black & I’m Proud-JB … Continue reading

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