Animation at the NAACP Image Awards

This is a list of past accolades and nominations for animated works at the NAACP Image Awards. The Image Awards have nominated animated works and/or voice-over actors as far back as 1996, when Denzel Washington won an Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special in the animated anthology series Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child. Dora the Explorer was the first animated to receive an award in its own right.

The first animated film to receive a nomination for an Image Award was The Princess and the Frog, with Anika Noni Rose being the first voice-over actor to receive a nomination for work in a film.

Dora the Explorer received the most nominations for Outstanding Children’s Program, while Doc McStuffins received the most wins in this category. Notably, Disney’s The Proud Family franchise received nominations for in five consecutive years and never won.

Starting in 2015, a category was created for outstanding voice-over performances, with Idris Elba becoming the first to win in this category (and the first to win an award for an animated film). Starting in 2021, however, a larger number of categories were created for animation, with Disney’s Soul becoming the first animated film to win an Image Award (namely the inaugural award for Outstanding Animated Motion Picture), and Disney’s Doc McStuffins winning the inaugural Outstanding Animated Series award.

To note, this does not mean that all of the works being nominated have any African-American characters. Some may have Black voice-overs, or even production crew members.

28th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Denzel Washington – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode \”Rumpelstiltskin\”)
    • Whoopi Goldberg – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode \”Rapunzel\”)
    • James Earl Jones – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode \”The Valiant Little Tailor\”)
    • Sinbad – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode \”The Frog Prince\”)
    • Danny Glover – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode \”The Frog Prince\”)

29th NAACP Image Awards

No animated work nominated.

30th NAACP Image Awards

  • Denzel Washington – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode “Mother Goose”)
    • Avery Brooks – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode “The Golden Goose”)
    • Chris Rock – Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child (For episode “Pinocchio”)
    • LeVar Burton – Reading Rainbow
    • Ronald Daise – Gullah Gullah Island
    • Natalie Daise – Gullah Gullah Island

31st NAACP Image Awards

No animated work nominated.

32nd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Bill Cosby – Little Bill
    • Ruby Dee – Little Bill
    • LeVar Burton – Reading Rainbow
    • Ossie Davis – Finding Buck McHenry
    • Alfre Woodard – The Wishing Tree

33rd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Teen Summit
    • Little Bill
    • The Proud Family
    • Reading Rainbow
    • Sesame Street

34th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • LeVar Burton – Reading Rainbow
    • Tommy Davidson – The Proud Family
    • Jo Marie Payton – The Proud Family
    • Kyla Pratt – The Proud Family
    • Keshia Knight Pulliam – What About Your Friends: Weekend Getaway

35th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Raven-Symoné – That’s So Raven
    • Cree Summer – All Grown Up!
    • Tommy Davidson – The Proud Family
    • Kyla Pratt – The Proud Family
    • Lynn Whitfield – The Cheetah Girls

36th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Raven-Symoné – That’s So Raven
    • Tommy Davidson – The Proud Family
    • Jo Marie Payton – The Proud Family
    • Kyla Pratt – The Proud Family
    • LeVar Burton – Reading Rainbow

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • That’s So Raven
  • The Proud Family
  • Reading Rainbow

37th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Raven-Symoné – That’s So Raven
    • Kevin Clash – Sesame Street
    • Kyla Pratt – The Proud Family Movie
    • Tommy Davidson – The Proud Family Movie
    • Jo Marie Payton – The Proud Family Movie

38th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • That’s So Raven
    • The Backyardigans
    • Dora the Explorer
    • Romeo!
    • High School Musical

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Raven-Symoné – That’s So Raven
    • Corbin Bleu – High School Musical
    • Kathleen Herles – Dora the Explorer
    • Kyle Massey – That’s So Raven
    • Lil Romeo – Romeo!

39th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • That’s So Raven
    • Cory in the House
    • Dora the Explorer
    • Go, Diego, Go!
    • High School Musical 2

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Raven-Symoné – That’s So Raven
    • André 3000 – Class of 3000
    • Kathleen Herles – Dora the Explorer
    • Kyle Massey – Cory in the House
    • Lil’ JJ – Just Jordan

40th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Dora the Explorer
    • Cory in the House
    • Go, Diego, Go!
    • True Jackson, VP
    • The Cheetah Girls: One World

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Keke Palmer – True Jackson, VP
    • Kyle Massey – Cory in the House
    • Charly Tyner – Dora the Explorer
    • Lil’ JJ – Just Jordan
    • Selena Gomez – Wizards of Waverly Place

41st NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Motion Picture

Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture

Outstanding Children’s Program

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Program – (Series or Special)

42nd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • True Jackson, VP
    • Brave New Voices 2010
    • The Backyardigans
    • Dora the Explorer
    • Wizards of Waverly Place

43rd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • HBO Documentary Film Series: “I Can Be President: A Kids Eye View”
    • A.N.T. Farm
    • Dora the Explorer
    • Go, Diego, Go!
    • My Family Tree

44th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • Loretta Devine – Doc McStuffins
    • Nick Cannon – 2012 TeenNick Halo Awards
    • China Anne McClain – A.N.T. Farm
    • Keke Palmer – Winx Club: Enchantix
    • Tyler James Williams – Let It Shine

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Kasha and the Zulu King (BET)
    • Degrassi: The Next Generation (TeenNick)
    • Avatar: Legend of Korra (Nickelodeon)
    • TeenNick HALO Awards (Nick@Nite. For the TeenNick HALO Awards 2012 episode)
    • The Weight Of The Nation For Kids (HBO)

45th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Wynton Marsalis: A YoungArts MasterClass (Masterclass)
    • Postcards: Mandela (The Africa Channel)
    • Dora the Explorer (Nickelodeon
    • 2013 HALO Awards (Nickelodeon)
    • A.N.T. Farm (Disney Channel)

Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series or Special

  • China Anne McClain – A.N.T. Farm
    • Zendaya – Shake It Up
    • Fátima Ptacek – Dora the Explorer
    • Eric I. Keyes III – Live Life and Win!
    • Karan Brar – Jessie

46th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Children’s Program

  • Doc McStuffins” (Disney Junior)
    • Anna Deavere Smith: A Youngarts Masterclass” (HBO)
    • Dora and Friends: Into The City!” (Nickelodeon)
    • HALO Awards” (Nickelodeon)
    • Kid President: Declaration of Awesome” (HUB)

Outstanding Performance by a Youth in a Youth/ Children’s Program – (Series or Special)

  • Fatima Ptacek – “Dora and Friends: Into The City!” (Nickelodeon)
    • Amber Montana – “Haunted Hathaways” (Nickelodeon)
    • China Anne McClain – “How to Build a Better Boy” (Disney Channel)
    • Curtis Harris – “Haunted Hathaways” (Nickelodeon)
    • Taliyah Whitaker – “Wallykazam!” (Nickelodeon)

47th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance – Television or Film

Outstanding Children’s Program

48th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance – (Television or Film)

Outstanding Children’s Program

49th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance – (Television or Film)

Outstanding Children’s Program

50th NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television or Film)

  • Samuel L. Jackson – Incredibles 2 (Disney and Pixar Animation Studios)
    • Issa Rae – Bojack Horseman (Netflix)
    • Laya Deleon Hayes – Doc McStuffins (Disney Junior)
    • Mahershala Ali – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Columbia Pictures/Sony
    • Pictures Animation in association with Marvel)
    • Shameik Moore – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Animation in association with Marvel)

Outstanding Children’s Program

Outstanding Soundtrack/Compilation

51st NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television or Film)

  • James Earl Jones – “The Lion King” (Walt Disney Studios)
    • Alfre Woodard – “The Lion King” (Walt Disney Studios)
    • Donald Glover – “The Lion King” (Walt Disney Studios)
    • Lupita Nyong’o – “Serengeti” (Discovery Channel)
    • Sterling K. Brown – “Frozen II” (Walt Disney Studios)

Outstanding Children’s Program

52nd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Animated Motion Picture

Outstanding Character Voice Performance – Motion Picture

Outstanding Short Form (Animated)

  • Canvas
    • Cops and Robbers
    • Loop
    • The Power of Hope
    • Windup

Outstanding Animated Series

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television)

Outstanding Children’s Program

Outstanding Short-Form Series (Drama or Comedy)

Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture

Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture

Outstanding Soundtrack/Compilation Album

Outstanding Jazz Album – Instrumental

  • Music From and Inspired By Soul– Jon Batiste
    • Be Water– Christian Sands
    • Omega – Immanuel Wilkins
    • Reciprocity – George Burton
    • The Iconoclast– Barry Stephenson

53rd NAACP Image Awards

Outstanding Animated Motion Picture

Outstanding International Motion Picture

  • Flee (Neon/Participant)
  • 7 Prisoners (Netflix)
  • African America (Netflix)
  • This Is My Desire (Janus Films)
  • The Gravedigger’s Wife (Orange Studio)

Outstanding Animated Series

  • Big Mouth (Netflix)
  • Peanut Headz: Black HIstory Toonz (Kweli TV)
  • Super Sema (YouTube Originals)
  • We the People (Netflix)
  • Yasuke (Netflix)

Outstanding Short-Form (Animated)

Outstanding Children’s Program

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Motion Picture)

  • Andre Braugher (Al Granger, Spirit Untamed, DreamWorks/Universal)
  • Awkwafina (Sisu, Raya and the Last Dragon)
  • Brian Tyree Henry (Dancarino, Vivo)
  • Eric André (Darius, Sing 2)
  • Letitia Wright (Nooshy, Sing 2)

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television)

  • Angela Bassett (Narrator, Malika: The Lion Queen, FOX)
  • Billy Porter (Hiroki Hassan, Fairfax, Amazon Studios)
  • Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (Conrad Grant, Karma’s World, Netflix)
  • Cree Summer (Susie Carmicheal, Rugrats, Paramount+)
  • Keke Palmer (Rochelle, Big Mouth, Netflix)

Animated Films Which Should Have Been Nominated

Prior to 2021, a slew of animated works could have been nominated for an Outstanding Animated Motion Picture or Outstanding Animated Series Image Award if either existed. My picks:

  • 27th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Gargoyles
  • 28th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Gargoyles
      • Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child
  • 29th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Gargoyles
      • C-Bear and Jamal
      • Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child
  • 30th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Gargoyles
      • Todd McFarlane’s Spawn
  • 31st
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • Kirikou and the Sorceress
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Todd McFarlane’s Spawn
  • 32nd
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • Our Friend, Martin
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Little Bill
      • The PJs
  • 33rd
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Little Bill
      • The PJs
  • 34th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Fillmore!
      • Static Shock
      • The Proud Family
      • Little Bill
  • 35th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Fillmore!
      • Static Shock
      • The Proud Family
      • Little Bill
      • Hey Monie!
  • 36th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Fillmore!
      • Static Shock
      • The Proud Family
      • Little Bill
      • Fatherhood
  • 37th
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • The Proud Family Movie
      • The Golden Blaze
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • The Boondocks
  • 38th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • The Boondocks
  • 39th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Class of 3000
      • The Boondocks
  • 40th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Afro Samurai
      • The Boondocks
  • 41st
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • The Princess and the Frog
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • The Boondocks
      • The Cleveland Show
  • 42nd
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • The Boondocks
      • The Cleveland Show
      • Black Panther
  • 43rd
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • The Boondocks
      • The Cleveland Show
  • 44th
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • Kasha and the Zulu King
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • Black Dynamite
      • The Boondocks
      • The Cleveland Show
  • 45th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • The Boondocks
      • The Cleveland Show
  • 46th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • The Boondocks
  • 47th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
  • 48th
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
  • 49th
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • Home
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • Kulipari
  • 50th
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse
      • Incredibles 2
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh
      • Neo Yokio
      • Kulipari
  • 51st
    • Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
      • The Lion King
      • Spies in Disguise
    • Outstanding Animated Series
      • Doc McStuffins
      • Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh
      • Kulipari
    • Outstanding Short Form (Animated)
      • Hair Love

EGOAT winners/nominees (EGOT + Annie Awards)

With the EGOT status (those who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award each) now in the news, it is now time to consider the overlap of EGOT winners and nominees with another distinctive award: the Annie Awards, which are perhaps the most public-facing award ceremony for the field of animation. I’m basing this “EGOAT” list off of someone’s edits on the EGOT status article on the English Wikipedia.

Individual persons

The EGOT winners who have also won or been nominated for an Annie are:

  • Robert Lopez: received his Tony in 2004, his (Daytime) Emmy in 2008, his Grammy Award in 2012, and both his Oscar and Annie in 2013
  • Alan Menken: received his Oscar in 1989, (Special) Emmy in 1990, Grammy in 1991, Annie in 1995, Tony in 2012, and (Daytime) Emmy in 2020
  • Scott Rudin: received his (Primetime) Emmy in 1984, Tony in 1994, Oscar in 2007, Grammy in 2012, and an Annie nomination in 2019
    • all of Rudin’s aforementioned awards and nominations have been for production

EGOT candidates who have received an Annie but have been nominated for one other award are:

  • Trey Parker: (Primetime) Emmy in 2005, Tony in 2011, Annie and Grammy in 2012, with an Oscar nomination in 2000
    • Parker has also won a Peabody Award (2005).
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda: (Primetime) Emmy in 2014, Grammy and Tony in 2016, Annie in 2021, with an Oscar nomination in 2017
    • Miranda has also won a Pulitzer Prize (2016).
  • Kristen Anderson-Lopez: Oscar and Annie in 2013, Grammy in 2015, and (Primetime) Emmy in 2021, with a Tony nomination in 2018

Other candidates who have won at least 4/5 awards at least once but have not received a nomination for one other:

Franchises

The media franchises which have received EGOAT status:

  • Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
  • Disney’s The Lion King
  • Disney’s Aladdin

Franchises which have been nominated for all five awards:

  • Disney’s Frozen: won a Grammy, Oscar and Annie, nominated for Emmy and Tony
  • Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts: won a Tony and an Emmy, nominated for Grammy, Oscar and Annie
  • Dreamworks’ Shrek: won Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Annie, nominated for a Grammy
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man: won an Oscar and Annie, nominated for Tony, Grammy and Emmy

Other franchises which have been nominated for 4/5 awards:

  • Marvel Cinematic Universe: won a Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Annie
  • Disney’s Toy Story: won a Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Annie
  • Disney’s Winnie the Pooh: won a Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Annie
  • Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas: won a Grammy, Oscar, Emmy, nominated for Annie

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2022 Georgia Primary Ballot Advisory Questions: A Postscript

  • Full list of questions
  • All statewide questions on both ballots received a large majority response, with only one question (Republican Question 5) receiving a “No” response.
  • I wrote Democratic Questions 4 and 8. I’m proud. I only wish a few more of my questions were added. Thanks to Scout Smith for lobbying the DPG for these questions and helping me narrow down my shortlist to 7.
  • I consider an advisory question to be controversial if majority response is 80% or less. Few questions on the ballot in the history of advisory questions in Georgia primaries have ever fallen under 80% majority response.
  • I’m getting ready for 2024.

Democratic Question 8

  • Coverage of Democratic Question 8: Marijuana Moment, Ganjapreneur, Cannabis Business Times
  • Democratic Question 8 (which I authored) had the most controversial reception on the Democratic ballot, despite all counties voting in favor.
  • Athens-Clarke’s Democrats had the most lopsided response to Democratic Question 8. Baker County had the worst response.
  • Clarke and Forsyth had extra marijuana legalization questions for some reason.
  • Democratic Question 8 is the most complete survey on support for marijuana legalization carried out so far. However, this only covers the Democratic side of the ballot.
    • In 2018, separate Republican questions for medical marijuana and decriminalized recreational access were asked in Harris, Pierce and Ware, with only medical questions being asked in Gordon, Walker and Whitfield. 
    • In 2020, Henry County Republicans asked a question on recreational legalization. This was the first to receive majority support from Republican voters, albeit much slimmer than on past Democratic ballots.
    • Past Democratic questions on legalization were offered in Cherokee (2014), Whitfield (2014), Glynn (2018), Forsyth (2018 and 2020), and Walton (2020), with a question on medical cannabis being asked in Richmond in 2014 and Catoosa in 2016.

Other Ballot Questions

  • Democratic Question 1, dealing with student loan debt forgiveness, was probably the second most controversial question on the Democratic ballot.
  • Democratic Question 4 shows support among the Democratic base for stronger direct democracy than what we currently have.
  • Republican Question 5, which was written exactly to elicit reactionary conservative disgust/hatred against transgender people, had the most lopsided response on the Republican ballot.
  • All of the other statewide Republican questions were garbage, and I would have wanted the opportunity to vote no on every single one of them on the same ballot as I voted yes to every single Democratic question. One can dream.
  • Many county-level questions dealt with local government and infrastructure questions.
  • Fulton and DeKalb’s Republican ballots both had anti-mask, anti-vaccine questions.
  • Carroll and Forsyth’s Democratic ballots had questions on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in education, while DeKalb’s Republican ballot had a question on CRT.
  • Jackson’s Democratic ballot had an anti-Confederate monument question.
  • Oconee County had the only jointly-shared questions on the primary ballot this cycle, with Republicans going out of their way to spell out in bold “This question was drafted by the Democrat party and is being included on this ballot at the request of the Oconee County Republican Party.” behind both joint questions on their ballot.
    • Rockdale held a joint question in 2012, as did Pickens in 2018.

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  • Union Middle School.
  • Mueller Park Junior High School.
  • West Liberty-Salem High School.
  • University of Washington.
  • King City High School.
  • North Park Elementary School.
  • North Lake College.
  • Freeman High School.
  • Mattoon High School.
  • Rancho Tehama Elementary School.
  • Aztec High School.
  • Wake Forest University.
  • Italy High School.
  • NET Charter High School.
  • Marshall County High School.
  • Sal Castro Middle School.
  • Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
  • Great Mills High School
  • Central Michigan University
  • Huffman High School
  • Frederick Douglass High School
  • Forest High School
  • Highland High School
  • Dixon High School
  • Santa Fe High School
  • Noblesville West Middle School
  • University of North Carolina Charlotte
  • STEM School Highlands Ranch
  • Edgewood High School
  • Palm Beach Central High School
  • Providence Career & Technical Academy
  • Fairley High School (school bus)
  • Canyon Springs High School
  • Dennis Intermediate School
  • Florida International University
  • Central Elementary School
  • Cascade Middle School
  • Davidson High School
  • Prairie View A & M University
  • Altascocita High School
  • Central Academy of Excellence
  • Cleveland High School
  • Robert E. Lee High School
  • Cheyenne South High School
  • Grambling State University
  • Blountsville Elementary School
  • Holmes County, Mississippi (school bus)
  • Prescott High School
  • College of the Mainland
  • Wynbrooke Elementary School
  • UNC Charlotte
  • Riverview Florida (school bus)
  • Second Chance High School
  • Carman-Ainsworth High School
  • Williwaw Elementary School
  • Monroe Clark Middle School
  • Central Catholic High School
  • Jeanette High School
  • Eastern Hills High School
  • DeAnza High School
  • Ridgway High School
  • Reginald F. Lewis High School
  • Saugus High School
  • Pleasantville High School
  • Waukesha South High School
  • Oshkosh High School
  • Catholic Academy of New Haven
  • Bellaire High School
  • North Crowley High School
  • McAuliffe Elementary School
  • South Oak Cliff High School
  • Texas A&M University-Commerce
  • Sonora High School
  • Western Illinois University
  • Oxford High School
  • Robb Elementary School
  • University of Iowa

2022 Ballot Measures to Sign and/or Support

2022 ballot measures I would canvass for if I could move out of Georgia:

About that Juneteenth ice cream

In case y’all forgot, Juneteenth’s official federal name is “Juneteenth National Independence Day”, not “Juneteenth Memorial Day”.

The addition of “independence” as an act of celebration is inviting commercialization in a vulgar-capitalist country like this. The marking of “Independence” is not a time for any type of Memorial Day-style reflection.

In another universe, Juneteenth’s official name would be “Juneteenth Labor Memorial Day”, rightfully marking how chattel slavery was brutal, multigenerational abuse of human labor. We would be visiting slave cemeteries. We would be treating it as a day of mourning and labor activism. Who would capitalize on a day of mourning?

But instead we got Juneteenth with the parades and the “independence”. And now some are confused and frustrated that companies and establishments would capitalize on a new holiday with a Juneteenth-branded ice cream flavor, or that companies would afford time off to *everyone* for a federal holiday.

I don’t know why we’re supposed to be upset with a corny ice cream flavor from some big, dumb, anti-union corp. I don’t know what we expected. This is a package deal for an “independence day” in the United States.

So much shit going on

  • Legislative attacks on LGBT people
  • Ongoing CRT moral panic
  • War in Ukraine
  • Elon Musk buying Twitter
  • Right-wing disinfo running rampant
  • Demoralization of the left-of-center

I hate it here.

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– Herschel Walker’s Son Says He’s Not Gay, He Just “Likes Men”
– America’s Black Churches Accused Of Being Rooted In Homophobia
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– America Can’t Ignore LGBTQ+ Murders In Jamaica
– Black Lesbian Art Is Focus Of New Arts Exhibit
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