Maintaining by Nate Creekmore for June 22, 2007
Marcus: The halfrican-American revolution just isn't catching on. My biracial brethren are sleeping. I wanted to unite my people under a common name... but perhaps I was misguided. We're the product of 2 racial groups. And it's our racial ambiguity that makes us who we are. We're not black or white. We're both and neither. The greatest flaw of the revolution is its attempt to label a people whose diversity defies the use of labels. Anton: Nice speech. No wonder your brethren are sleeping. Marcus: It's more inspiring when I have a bullhorn.