Exploring the many reasons why the slogan “Black Lives Matter” will be gone within a year. What will replace it?
by Victor Davis Hanson // PJ Media
In the post-civil rights era of the last half-century, a number of black triumphalist slogans and movements have come and gone.
“Black is beautiful” was an informal self-help attitude that sought to encourage blacks not to emulate so-called arbitrary constructs of white majority aesthetics, but instead to rediscover a natural black essence — from Afros to Ebonics and Kwanzaa — that need not be discouraged.