A standing ovation for a racist tweet, and a threat of fines and suspensions for taking a knee for social justice. - - [image: Image result for josh hader racist tweet images] I will never understand the majority population's psyche when it comes to matters of ...
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Darroll Lawson is My HERO of the Day!
He might be happily married, but Darroll Lawson was inspired to create his infamous viral video by what he considers to be single black women's relationship issues.
When a married father of three put together an animated video as a satirical take on what black women want out of a relationship, his modest hope was that it would bring a little traffic to his online radio show. He didn't anticipate that the three-minute YouTube clip, called "Black Marriage Negotiations," would garner nearly 500,000 views, spawn a number of copycats and turn into a flash point over the intensely sensitive topic of black marriage and relationships. Darroll Lawson, 40, an information-technology consultant living in Atlanta, created the video to drive traffic to his website, PhilosoG, where he and his friend Billy Briggs talk about "empowering men to empower families."