Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Yara Shahidi Headed to Harvard


Actress Yara Shahidi headed to Harvard after being accepted to every college she applied to...

Yara confirmed the news with an Instagram post and will enroll after taking a gap year to film her Black-ish spin-off College-ish.


16 comments:

Chrissy Snow said...

Good for her. Kudos to her parents for raising such an intelligent and beautiful young lady.

DeepSeas said...

I commend this girl on her achievement and for clearly passing her SATS with flying colors.

I wonder how she did it? The show she's currently on is a 13 hr 5 days a week job. When did she get time to study?

My only gripe is her quote. She's not as conscious as she thinks. Education in the USA is for the most part brainwashing and programming students. Most of what we learn in school is a lie.

I'm just now learning that 98% of Black Americans are indigenous to America. Also known as Aborigines who were in America prior to colonialism. They made up the lie that millions of Africans were shipped to the US when in fact the number is in the low thousands and those same Natives to the US were shipped to and from Africa as a commodity. It was big business back then. The term "African American" only came about in the 80s and TPTB used uncle Toms like Jesse Jackson to push that false name onto the Natives of the US.

Same thing with the Holocaust. Only about 30,000 "Jews" were gassed and not 8 million like they would have us believe.

Black people please wake up to who you truly are and question everything the white man's system has had you thinking. Everything we've been taught through history is a lie.

DeepSeas said...

Further to my point above above, Alex Haley's the Roots was a fictitious movie that was actually stolen from a white Author. He was used to propagate the lie that Black Americans all come from Africa. He also spearheaded those bogus Ancestry.com and the like websites.

Every human being on this planet can trace their roots to Africa as that is the cradle of humankind. But it doesn't mean that Black Americans all came from Africa. The more knowledgeable we are the less we can be manipulated.

Anonymous said...

"My only gripe is her quote. She's not as conscious as she thinks. Education in the USA is for the most part brainwashing and programming students. Most of what we learn in school is a lie."

Um, I think that's exactly what the quote is implying. The more educated you become, the more you question the actual "education" and the world around you. That's what learning is.

Anonymous said...

@8:04

that a lie..Haley's book was plagiarized from a another who had a book called "Jubilee" .
Walker sued Haley about the thievery but lost.

Anonymous said...

Why not a Black college?

Anonymous said...

another gap year celeb ? How can she realistically play the role of a college student when she doesn't have the experience?

Anyone can take a gap year and enroll in Harvard. Getting accepted in the full day program @ Harvard is a totally different animal.

D L said...

Good for her, why are you guys in here talking shit about her? Let her be great. Don't act like a Harvard diploma don't open doors for you. Ask Obama, ask Mitchell she went to Princeton. I'm an HBCU grad, but if I'm competing against a Harvard grad for a job who do you think is going to get it? That's why people front with brands like Gucci, MK etc shit gets you notice.

Anonymous said...

@7:58am...You are correct. Everything we are taught is a lie. Everything. Would love to know your source of information. Knowledge = power.

Anonymous said...

DeepSeas, "Black Americans are indigenous to America." I would love to research this, could you provide some references books, etc.....?

DeepSeas said...

@10:27am

@1:46pm

http://www.indigenous-americans.com

Understanding The Connections Between Black & Aboriginal Peoples: he Links Between African-American, Black , Native American and Indigenous Cultures (IR:: Indigenous Resistance)

The First Americans Were Africans: Documented Evidence

The Hidden Ancestral Identity of the American Negro: Why Black Lives Matter? (Black American Handbook for the Survival thru 21st)

Moor: What They didn't Teach You in Black History Class

Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.

DeepSeas said...

The above are book titles. I didn't include the authors.

Food for thought: Did you know the first president/leader of America was black man?

DeepSeas said...

https://imjustheretomakeyouthink.com/2016/12/23/new-dna-evidence-proves-african-americans-are-in-fact-native-indigenous-aborigines/

https://imjustheretomakeyouthink.com/2017/01/24/untold-history-of-the-aborigines-of-america/

DeepSeas said...

Also, check out books by Dr Yosef Ben Yochannan.

I troll it like I see it. said...

DeepSeas You are indeed correct. Congratulations sis, Education will always be in style.

Anonymous said...

Deep Seas, thank you!!! It's good for us to educate ourselves and each other!

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