Monday, June 17, 2019

Bill Cosby Shares Politically Charged Father's Day Message


On Father's Day comedian Bill Cosby, who is currently serving 3 to 10 years on sexual battery charges [click here if you missed that], calls himself America's Favorite Dad and shares a clip from his 1968 documentary, "Black History: Lost Stolen or Strayed..."

In the clip Cosby talks about fathers being systematically removed from Black families.







13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I watched this black history video years ago and it was one of the best. I encourage everyone to watch the full version.

BahamaJackson said...

I see no lies...

They Call Me Cocoa said...

Cosby was Black back then and fighting for Black life and families. He hasn't been socially Black in a very long time. So...

Anonymous said...

HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN BLACK AND A MODEL OF DISCUSSING ISSUES OF EQUALITY AFFECTING AFRICAN AMERICANS I WILL ALWAYS SUPPORT DR COSBY

Lovemybeanieandnub said...

11:55

Yes that Bill Cosby was replaced by the tap dancing one who said forget about Africa, give your children European names, and quit embarrassing me in front of white folks.

Anonymous said...

2255 and 222

Both of yall are full of shit.
Cos was always Black
Thst's why he took Black comedians to task about how they portray themselves.
You knuckleheafs wereb' t listening.

He was producing and directing Black movies in the 70s

Go look at the Cosby Show..that show was black ..just as Black as the Obamas.

No one ever questioned Cos Blackness because he put his money where his mouth was.

His infidelity csugjt up with him BUT his record of Black empowerment speaks for itselt.

Yall arent haters..just ignorant

Anonymous said...

I didn't know inmates had internet access. Ijs

Anonymous said...

Cosby in Jail on a rumor,no of those women stories were substantiated read the court docs ...let that sink in.

Anonymous said...

People still defending this rapist, wow.

Anonymous said...

Cosign 2:50. They wanted to destroy a great black figure, and they knew others would follow suit.

Anonymous said...

It ain't no fun when the rabbit got the gun.

Anonymous said...

Fat Albert was and still is one of my favorite cartoons! And bugs bunny and the Flintstones Classic I liked the Bill Cosby sitcom takes me back to the best times when I was a kid wanting to be grown now that I'm grown I wish I could go back I really do I wish could go back like you wouldn't believe I miss those days

Chyna3032 said...

@1:43 ditto

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