Collecting the best articles from the first year of the popular blog Stuff Black People Don’t Like, the 350-page book will help educate people on the many misunderstandings they have of the Black community.
Have you ever wondered why Black people are loud at movies? Have you ever wondered why Black people don’t tip? Have you ever wondered why lawn jockeys no longer adorn the lawns of suburbia? Have you ever wondered why popular clubs have dress codes and businesses have “no loitering” signs?
Do you know what a Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) or a Crusading White Pedagogue (CWP) is? How about Black Run America (BRA)?
By reading the more than 275 entries in SBPDL Year One these questions and many more regarding Black people will be answered.
“SBPDL Year One is an honest look at the stuff Black people don’t like, document a group of people that voted 96 percent for President Obama in 2008 and supported him with an approval rating hovering around 95 percent during a time when Black unemployment was around 18 percent,” said Paul Kersey, the author of the blog and book.
Stuff Black People Don’t Like Year One covers the rise of the Tea Party, the real reason people opposed the implementation of universal health care, the first murder free month in Newark in more than 40 years, and the collapse of former great American cities such as Detroit, Atlanta and Birmingham.
“Only in a nation governed by the principles of Black Run America could a harmless PA prank at Wal-Mart turn into a national scandal, where someone daring to say that all Black people must leave the store becomes an instant pariah,” Kersey said