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"The Harvard Report, a Harvard University Business School study commissioned by CBS in 1971. “That report basically said that the major labels, if they wanted to make a dent in this huge business of black music, which really exploded in the ‘70s, they would have to bring on black executives and affiliate with black production companies and artists to become successful in that area..."
What this report describes is a bustling opportunity that was happening in real-time but that, for reasons more psychological than conspiratorial, collapsed completely leaving the whole business side of the infrastructure at the mercy of companies interested in only token Black representation.
Black executives, managers and producers entered the mainstream music industry in the 1970s — progress that has been all but been reversed since.
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This is an expertly crafted cinematic story, a true Hollywood production. Why does everything in America have to be about race? Because it just is! And the story told here is a visceral reminder of how irrational is the whole edifice -- an edifice uphold by people "your're the boss, you just need to act like it" -- of racial oppression, which is the principal reason we didn't produce a Steve Jobs or an Elon Musk, after having been at the forefront of technological experimentation and discovery. 
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The recent hysteria surrounding Russia’s alleged interference with the November presidential elections saw another episode after an intelligence report, jointly
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"Technology, automation, and cognitive easing are requiring us to redefine what it is to be human based on the higher-level capacities we have. These higher-level faculties include creative problem solving, artistic expression, storytelling, and quirky ingenuity. Only humans have the ability to perceive the world and react with unique and inventive solutions. "
<p>Cognitive Easing is the aim of much of our endeavor, whether explicit or implicit. We have never wavered from trying to create a life of ease, enjoyment, and fulfillment. The definition of Cognitive Easing is spending less mental effort to achieve a result.</p>
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This is what you call psych-ops propaganda: rather than stating the obvious -- why don't these so-called "Black executives" start, maintain and grow large corporations where they make the decisions? -- they go on and on about "diversity" and how to improve it at major corporations. Ostensibly sounding liberal and empathetic, but in reality trying hard to find a way to keep the slaves docile and ON THE PLANTATION! Read any of the big thinkers in American Liberalism and Freedom and every one of them look at people that don't fight for their own freedom and dignity as people not worthy of respect or consideration. #EndBlackDependency.
Black executives, managers and producers entered the mainstream music industry in the 1970s — progress that has been all but been reversed since.
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"And, now, of the world's latest experiment in Universal Basic Income, which a whole array of public figures, from Elon Musk to Yanis Varoufakis, agrees is A Bloody Good Idea."
by Richard King Ah, Finland! Land of saunas and heavy metal bands. Of unpronounceable nouns and the freedom to roam. Of Santa Clause and archipelagos. Of clean air, clean skin, and clean criminal records ... And, now, of the world's...
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"The answer, partly, lies in the fact the two-state solution was never devised for implementation to begin with. Like the ‘peace process’ and other pretenses, it aimed to promote among Palestinians and Arabs the idea that there is a goal worth striving for, despite being unattainable."
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No hate toward Barry, but "Moonlight" is not his best work. "Medicine for Melancholy" was fabulous and the reason why I saw Moonlight, which was ok, but not a "contender". #HollywoodPander
Click on the photo above to launch a winners’ photo gallery. Best Drama winner Moonlight writer/director Barry Jenkins reflected on why he felt the film resonated with audiences. “It …
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