Yesha Callahan

Black Univ. of Texas Students Tell Woman Who Filed Affirmative Action Lawsuit to #StayMadAbby

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Black students and alums of the University of Texas had the prefect response to Justice Antonin Scalia’s offensive remarks during oral arguments of one of the most important cases on the fate of Affirmative Action.

The plaintiff, Abigail Fisher, argued she was denied admission to the university because she’s white and was passed over for minority applicants. While Fisher’s grades and test scores were mediocre (and Black and Latino students with higher grades and scores than Fisher were also denied admission), Scalia argued that perhaps Black students need to attend “slower-track schools” because the University of Texas is just too advanced.

Of course, Scalia’s comments did not sit well with many, including Black students and alumni of UT. After yesterday’s remarks, a comment by one Twitter user sparked the hashtag #StayMadAbby.

https://twitter.com/theREIGNYseason/status/674675679447814144

The tag quickly took off with UT grads and students sharing photos of their experience at the university. And it was absolutely beautiful.

https://twitter.com/mshenrybaby/status/674688810257526784

https://twitter.com/alexisdgeorge/status/674692326925602816

The hashtag even spread to others who used it as a moment to affirm Black excellence and achievement.

https://twitter.com/steenfox/status/674698970426302464

https://twitter.com/BroderickGreer/status/674970322274271232

We love it, and we love us!

  1. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Luv this 🙂

  2. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    They are going to make these white folk completely lose their minds.

  3. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Maybe inappropriate to say but, I simply find black woman in university cap and gowns to be the most sexiest things ever 😉

    Ain’t nothing sexier than an educated black woman!

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Brad

      I’m not mad at you at all.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Brad

      I’m not mad either, Brad!

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Brad

      nothing at all wrong w/it, just glad u appreciate the strength & power of the black woman 🙂

    • December 11, 2015 - Reply

      @Brad

      Because there is nothing better than being EDUCATED!

    • December 13, 2015 - Reply

      @Brad

      now Brad we don’t need or want your validation it’s way pass time for that we have now moved way beyond looking for, seeking or welcoming your approval or validation ok the best thing you can do for us and yourself is to go back and raise your children to do right and we will take care of ours cause we don’t need you!

  4. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Because I’m petty, I’ve been laughing at this since I saw the hashtag. It’s a thing of beauty and it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person. Stay mad, you pathetic, entitled white failure.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Adebisi's Hat

      Call me Petty La’belle then cause Im -here- for this

      • December 10, 2015 - Reply

        @Staci Elle

        Petty Pendergrass up in this bishhh

        • December 10, 2015 - Reply

          @i mean

          Report to the cool kids table.. at once!

          • December 10, 2015 - Reply

            @Staci Elle

            Come sit next to us!

          • December 12, 2015 - Reply

            @Staci Elle

            Lol?

        • December 10, 2015 - Reply

          @i mean

          Go head with ya good self then. 😉

    • December 12, 2015 - Reply

      @Adebisi's Hat

      Screaming like a banshee at “Stay mad, you pathetic,entitled white failure ” That sums it this whole whining white woman’s tears fiasco.

      • December 13, 2015 - Reply

        @Mary Burrell

        LMAO

  5. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Black excellence is great. The pictures show how very intelligence, resilient, and strong black people are.

    • December 12, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Show more what worthless degrees are handed to blacks

      • December 12, 2015 - Reply

        @Johnny Houston

        Black people have degrees (then and now) in business, engineering, sociology, computer science, and other valuable degrees. Black excellence is great and Black is Beautiful.

        #Black Lives Matter.

        Uhuru sasa.

        • December 12, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          I’m in Chicago maybe you can point me in the direction where all these degrees blacks people are working at? I just don’t see it.

          • December 12, 2015 - Reply

            @Johnny Houston

            lol. What does where YOU live and your limitations and lack of perception have to do with the hard work and success throughout the country and throughout the world. You see what you want to see and personally, I’m happy that your misery has reduced you to trolling the safe online spaces of the very people you hate. You are just as pathetic as you think you are sir.

            Kick rocks.

            • December 12, 2015 - Reply

              @Zoe

              And, I’m glad the site does exist to expose the real racist blacks people. Employers will love to know they should not hire any of the racist blacks people. However, black people usually work for the government because nobody else will hire them because blacks have this chip on their shoulders and always presumed to be racist. This site just proves it.

              • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                @Johnny Houston

                Your delusional thinking and failed logic has completely made my day. It tells me you feel helpless. As you should. Life has been a true shitshow for generations because people like you felt you should get extra credit in life because of something you had no control over. Your race.

                So now you are hear on a blog trying to call true black excellence a fluke, ad hominem attacks, claiming degrees we earn as worthless, name calling and the like. THIS is someone having a chip on his shoulder.

                Your discomfort with the progress made is a true perk. You can tell the lurkers on this blog looking for proof of racism to go spend hours on videos of black bodies being shot for no reason.

                I have already responded to you much more than I ever would in real life because you’ve shown anyone with half a braincell that you are not self possessed, informed on current issues, or even well read.

                Seriously though. Thank you for making my day. May indisputable Black Excellence continue to ruin your penchant for life.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  Preach Zoe.

                  Your comments deserve a round of applause. ?

                  We fight and we ? for justice. Black excellence is very real.

                  • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                    @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                    Blah blah blah….you want to make a difference….PROTECT YOUR DARN KIDS FROM BEING MURDERED IN THEIR OWN HOMES!!!!!!!

                    • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                      @Johnny Houston

                      You are very disrespectful to black people. First, black people are in tons of organizations that are taking care of black children. Black families are involved in anti-crime programs for decades in America. So, you certainly don’t know the strength and the resiliency of black people.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  Guess how many minutes of my life I spent read your garbage? It’s pointless. You are part of a minority who are being replaced with fine Mexicans who care more about families and now walking around with hate in their heart.

                  I would rather beside a Mexican than a black person is just pissed off they’re having to work.

                  Even in Chicago, blacks are being replaced by Mexicans. It just makes better since.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  The best way to end anti-Black racism is for the Blacks to reform.

                  When they end wanton violence, high levels of crimes, epidemic family dysfunction, epidemic drug use, ubiquitous gangs, and high drop out rates, then other people will stop thinking so poorly of them.

                  Or, they can just keep playing the victim.

                  • December 13, 2015 - Reply

                    @Johnny Houston

                    I don’t know who you are Johnny or your motive but a wise black man essentially said just that in a book call “Massage to The Blackman”.

                    • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                      @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                      Lol! He’s a racist troll, but why am I not surprised you’re co-signing his non-sense.

                      You are hilarious!

                      • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                        @Guest

                        sometimes a racist troll came make good sense!

                        • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                          @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                          He insulted the black college graduates “worthless degrees”, then laments about the things wrong in the black community–That makes no sense.

                          But I can see how you thought it did.

                          • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                            @Guest

                            look all my children graduated from college and the racist troll is right like some white students a lot of black students do go to college to have a good time, party, travel, become political activate and don’t want to put in hard work and take easy majors and graduate with “worthless degrees” then blame the system for them not having a good job. On that and wanton violence, high levels of crimes, epidemic family dysfunction, epidemic drug use, ubiquitous gangs, and high drop out rates, the racist troll was right, but the racist troll forgot that white people use more drugs than any other race of people in this country.

                            • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                              @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                              Sweetheart, your need for white approval is quite apparent–I’ve read some of your other posts. There was NOTHING groundbreaking about his comment. Everything he brought up, and what you’ve listed here is already well known to us in the AA community–including YOU!

                              This racist white troll was here (on a thread celebrating black graduates of all places) for one thing , and one thing alone: To spew garbage in a feeble attempt to validate his worthless existence. And you proudly gave him the validation he so desperately needed–but I realize you can’t help that.

                              Your enthusiam to defend a racist white troll via exclaiming, he’s “right”, he’s “right” on things that we AND YOU already know, is the epitome of mental slavery. His deflective commentary, is the go to tactic of white-trash trolls–hence why him bringing up that “white people use more drugs than any other race of people in this country” is pointless. Your feigning for white acceptance is very glaring, because you gave this troll a high-five, like he just handed you an ice cold glass of avian water, when it’s just a glass of lukewarm sink water–but I understand the need to quench that thirst.

                              • December 14, 2015

                                @Guest

                                yea but the white racist troll was right on those points. right is right and wrong is wrong no matter the race or gender.

                              • December 14, 2015

                                @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                                Of course he was! He is white, so his “rightness” is more valuable than blacks. The race clearly matters to you.

                              • December 14, 2015

                                @Guest

                                thanks!

                              • December 14, 2015

                                @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                                thanks to you as well. You’ve been quite entertaining.

                  • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                    @Johnny Houston

                    Lol! All of your comments are simply hysterical!!!!

                    Your tears taste like wine.

                    #staymadjohnnyhouston.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  So sick about a White person hurting a Black person. Every time no matter the situation it has something to do with race

                  I will tell you what’s racist!
                  An OREO COOKIE!
                  Yes 2 black outsides and a white middle.. What kind of krapp is that??

                  Since I am on a roll……
                  Let’s talk about the TV series from Hollywood “Supergirl”
                  WTH!!!! Jimmy Olsen has been white for 50 years and now he is a black man! ( RACIST )
                  “ANNIE” has been a White girl since 1982 Now ANNIE is Black! ( RACIST )
                  Can’t the Black people have their own Heroes?? Their own Movie Stars?
                  This is how they change History.

                  Let’s go over something else……
                  The original #$%$ was made up of Democrats.
                  The Naacp was originally White Democrats.

                  You know what Liberal professors have been preaching in college.
                  Back in the day the Democrats were really Republicans! Yes that’s how they are changing history! ( RACIST )

                  It went from Blacks in Africa selling their own then they are shipped here for a better life, The first Slave owner was a Black man! But they want America to pay! Why? Because Africa has NO MONEY! ( They were not the only slaves, but the ones still crying about it)
                  Freebies and Money! ( RACIST )

                  The media is not printing Black on Black crime in the inner cities. ( RACIST )
                  The media doesn’t hesitate to release when a White person hurts a Black person, but when it’s a Black person attacking a White person Race is not even involved in the article! 
                  ( RACIST )

                  By the way I am not racist, I am voting for Carson!

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  You blacks are so unappreciated

                  The Apollo Moon program, in today’s dollars, only cost about $110 Billion. The New Horizons mission to Pluto only cost about $720 Million. 

                  Instead, thanks to Johnson’s(D) ‘Great Society’ welfare scam, we’ve wasted OVER FIFTY TRILLION DOLLARS on blacks. Can you imagine where we could be as a society without having to support blacks?

                  With that kind of money, we’d have Jiffy Lubes on Mars by now, along with all the infrastructure to actually need Jiffy Lubes on Mars.

                  OVER FIFTY TRILLION DOLLARS! What a waste blacks have been.

                  You can thank a white personal for all the success given to black people. If you were still living in African, you would be rapped by our own black men.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  In the meantime in time blacks are still trying to learn how to put their pants on correctly. Good post!

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  If there are 5 blacks per 100 people, everyone applauds how integrated the community is.

                  At 5-10% black there is an occasional spike in loudness, but it’s usually isolated and brief. People are usually too embarrassed to say anything, and it temporarily abates.

                  At 10-20% black, these problems rise dramatically. People occasionally hear loud hip-hop music from a passing vehicle, usually later & later at night, as an outgoing signal of rising ‘blackness’ in the community.
                  Pasadena, California — Black 10.7% (figures are 2011)
                  Manhattan, New York — Black 12.9%

                  At 20-30% black, the loudness & behavior is so disruptive that well-meaning families begin to stop going to certain public areas. Black-on-black fights occur to establish dominance, and fights between black females occur in parking lots, usually over a black male.
                  Boston, Massachusetts — Black 24.4%
                  Tampa, Florida — Black 26.2%

                  At 30-40% minor public incidents give way to more serious crimes, and somewhere in the community the first felonies occur at the hands of blacks, targeting the elderly or defenseless.
                  Fort Lauderdale, Florida — Black 30.9%
                  Compton, Los Angeles — Black 32.9%
                  Willowbrook, Los Angeles — Black 34.4%

                  40-60% sees an atmosphere that is so loud, fast, & unpredictable that it interferes with peaceful activity. At this stage people’s gut sense of “safety” in the community is eroding. Anticipating the unexpected starts to factor into simple decisions like going to the store or getting into one’s car.
                  Inglewood, Los Angeles — Black 43.9%
                  Philadelphia — Black 44%
                  South Chicago — Black 50.2%
                  Carol City, Florida — Black 52.1%

                  60-75% black: expect covert drug use, and concealed guns. Good families are moving away. At this stage hip-hop emanating from cars is now an advertisement for illegal drug sales.
                  Opa-locka, Florida – Black 69.6% (In 2004 Opa-locka had the highest rate of violent crime for any city in the United States.)
                  Ladera Heights, California — Black 73.7%
                  Overtown, Miami — Black 74.7%

                  Now, at 75-85% black, walking down the street is now a risk. Find hair-trigger, unprovoked violence, usually targeted against those of non-black race. Calls to 9-1-1 demonstrate slower & slower response times. Local businesses deteriorate, as does the general condition of the neighborhood. The last of the liberal, die-hard families vacate the community whose memories they have cherished for decades.
                  East Garfield Park, Chicago — Black 75.5%
                  Brightmoor, Detroit — Black 82.7%
                  Gary, Indiana — Black 84%
                  Metcalfe Park, Milwaukee — Black 84.1%
                  Shaw, Washington D.C. — Black 84.8%

                  At 85-95% black, the public institutions in the area (schools, libraries, etc.) slowly wither from lack of use. Consumer places (food stores, day-care centers, etc.) show graffiti & territorial gang signs, and gang membership now outweighs the number of non-gang people. Drug sales & prostitution are open and obvious. A gunshot is heard every week. All businesses which are still in operation (liquor stores, stereo wholesalers, etc.) have bars on their windows.
                  Highland park, Detroit — Black 93.5%
                  Liberty City, Florida — Black 94.6%

                  At 95-100% black, there is debris everywhere. A large number of dwellings are ruined or burned-out. At this stage, the economy of the community is nearing total collapse, and good jobs are scarce. Emergency services infrequently patrol for fear of risking officers’ lives.
                  Bronzeville, Milwaukee — Black 96.2%
                  Washington Heights, Chicago — Black 97.2%
                  Franklin Park, Florida — Black 97.6%
                  Englewood, Chicago — Black 100%
                  The name of the neighborhood is now synonymous with violence & gangs. At this stage the spread of this condition bears characteristics similar to the unchecked spread of a virus, and adjacent communities begin to show signs of following suit.

                • December 12, 2015 - Reply

                  @Zoe

                  What todo something really meaningful ZOE, start a black reform and reform your brothers and sister to no hate your successful black brother and sisters.

          • December 12, 2015 - Reply

            @Johnny Houston

            Chicago is filled with black activists and black scientists including black engineers who are making a difference in society. Your racist views are typical. You are a right wing individual who believes in concepts that I will never agree with. I’m not ashamed of opposing austerity. I’m not ashamed of believing in racial and social justice. Also, I’m not ashamed of black heroes throughout history either. Black people have worked hard in the world since the dawn of human history. Your stereotypes about black people are beyond the pale. Black people will continue to fight for justice.

            • December 14, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              But don’t you see the irony of his whole commentary. On one he calls the degrees of black people “worthless” on a thread celebrating black excellence, then turn around and laments about high crime of black people, hip-hop, and say if black people did this, and black people did that, then we would be doing better, more liked and wouldn’t depend on his tax dollars so much.

              It’s quite hilarious when you examined the oxymoron of his trolling, because the very thing that he’s scoffing at, these “worthless degrees”, is PRECISELY the things that will better the black community.

              It’s not surprising that he doesn’t even realize the contradiction, because racist people like this, are some of the dumbest people you’ll ever meet.

              • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                @Guest

                Great points.

      • December 12, 2015 - Reply

        @Johnny Houston

        You are being dishonest and this is why your bitterness is worthless. This would be more offensive if it held a grain of truth with the standard hater gaslighting. Stay mad.

        • December 12, 2015 - Reply

          @Zoe

          Amen. Enjoy your Weekend.

      • December 13, 2015 - Reply

        @Johnny Houston

        You sorry bitter ass troll.

  6. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    scalia should see this … 🙂

  7. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    I cannot stop grinning! We often say that we don’t stick together, but these recent hashtags prove otherwise. The more they demean us, the more we prove they don’t know what the h*ll they are talking about. We always overachieve when we’re about our business!

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      Amen.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      amen, we come together when it’s worthwhile and this is proof of it 🙂

  8. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Seeing Black men and women with their diplomas just makes me happy and full of joy. Ugh…I can’t wait to graduate next year! All of the pictures posted are truly goals! How dare Scalia or this chick think she is more deserving of a spot than Black women and men because she has white privilege and how dare Scalia think we are inferior to go to and finish an “advance school”…side eye. As my dad always say creme rises to the top and they hate to see us on top because if we are either it is a fluke or someone gave us something..i.e. AA to make us successful instead of looking at our merits and work ethic.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @binks

      It is very glorious to see our people so happy.

      • December 10, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        It really is Truth, just image the impact and the message we can convey if images like this prevalent than the stereotypical images of us online, in the media, etc. But you know happy, successful and well educated Black people are like unicorns to some people.

        • December 10, 2015 - Reply

          @binks

          I agree with you Sister. Well, we always prove many people wrong. There are plenty of black people who are in a diversity of fields from being explorers to engineers. The images in this article represent a direct refutation of the stereotypical lies from the bigots. Also, education and successful black people exist globally. The solidarity among us is strong and we will continue to prove the naysayers wrong. Comprehensive social action is necessary to cause our liberation and also it is always a joy to see our people achieve their goals and accomplishments.

          • December 10, 2015 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            Exactly Truth! We just have to keep pushing and keep rising to the top to let people know that our education, success, or professionalism isn’t a rarity or a fluke.

            • December 10, 2015 - Reply

              @binks

              Right on Sister. We are known for our persistence and our professionalism. When we are in a job, we just want to do our jobs and keep it moving.

              Also, I wish you the best when you graduate.

              Congratulations Sister.

              • December 10, 2015 - Reply

                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                Thank You Truth.

                • December 10, 2015 - Reply

                  @binks

                  You’re Welcome Sister binks.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @binks

      Awe, i’m so happy for you, make sure you let us know the date so we can wish you heartfelt congrats!!! Hang in here and make your immediate & clutch family proud sista!!

      • December 10, 2015 - Reply

        @BlackGlamour

        I will! I might go under the radar for a week or two just to catch up on sleep but I will let y’all know…lol.

    • December 10, 2015 - Reply

      @binks

      “I can’t wait to graduate next year!”

      Im proud of you sis.

      • December 10, 2015 - Reply

        @Staci Elle

        Thank you Staci!

        • December 13, 2015 - Reply

          @binks

          Congrats, binks

          • December 13, 2015 - Reply

            @Mary Burrell

            Thanks Mary!

  9. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    I love my people!!!

  10. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    There are tears in my eyes as I marvel at the phenomenal accomplishments of those young people. The pictures of those fine scholars in their regalia have been my saving grace today. Eat your words, Antonin Scalia! We don’t need arrogant bigots in positions of authority, positions so significant that they have the power to alter our lives with a stroke of a pen.

    I also pray that our people will use Scalia’s bombastic narrative on race, education, and “black folk” to get us to the polls, especially when considering members of the US Senate. We need black students at the University of Texas, MIT, and Yale; but we also need them at Florida A&M University, Clark-Atlanta, Claflin, and Spelman. He has no right to make value judgments about us and academic rigor, whether we select an HBCU or an Ivy League institution. And they wonder why the Black Lives Matter movement has gained so much traction…

    • December 12, 2015 - Reply

      @Zeun88

      That was eloquent

  11. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    Look at all that Black Excellence, it is truly beautiful. Let that old corpse keep sucking lemons with his dentures.

    • December 11, 2015 - Reply

      @mywordsaremypower

      Loool! Good one.

  12. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    AWESOME!

  13. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    LOVE IT!!!!

  14. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    i guess i need to take my PhD back and give it to a mediocre white student. lmao. #StayMadAbby

  15. December 11, 2015 - Reply

    LOVE THIS!

  16. December 11, 2015 - Reply

    i met god and she was black

  17. December 11, 2015 - Reply

    Love these pictures, congrats to all of these fine women and men.

  18. December 11, 2015 - Reply

    It’s ok to blame white people for black problems but look at the shitstorm when the opposite happens

  19. December 12, 2015 - Reply

    So we can blame a white person for black problems, but look at the shit storm when white people do it, even in a place where it’s warranted.

    • December 14, 2015 - Reply

      @SSBMFreshPrince

      “blame a white person”–Lol! Too funny.

      • December 14, 2015 - Reply

        @Guest

        Ever heard of the Black Lives Matter Movement?

        • December 14, 2015 - Reply

          @SSBMFreshPrince

          “Ever heard of the Black Lives Matter Movement?”–No never heard of it, but I’m sure it’s super duper racist, because they keep blaming a white person.

          • December 14, 2015 - Reply

            @Guest

            In fact yes, they are really racist. And they frequently lie to get attention. And oh yeah that whole #fuckparis thing.

            • December 14, 2015 - Reply

              @SSBMFreshPrince

              “In fact yes, they are really racist.”–I’m sure they are. The raciest of the racist.

              “And they frequently lie to get attention.”–Oh I’m sure they do. And I bet they’re the only ones who probably do.

              “And oh yeah that whole #fuckparis thing.”–Isn’t that their second slogan? Racist!!!!

              • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                @Guest

                1. Guess you didn’t see the video of a black lives matter protest storming into a library and screaming “Fuck your white privilege” at white students
                2. No they’re not. It’s always wrong.
                3. No it’s not but when you’re so fucked in the head that you think that people deserved a national tragedy because of “whiteness” it’s a problem

                • December 14, 2015 - Reply

                  @SSBMFreshPrince

                  “1. Guess you didn’t see the video of a black lives matter protest
                  storming into a library and screaming “Fuck your white privilege” at
                  white students”–Lol! I’m sure FOX news got the best footage of this too.

                  “2. No they’re not. It’s always wrong.”–Not according to some organizations–Fox News as another example. Lying is legal.

                  “3. No it’s not but when you’re so fucked in the head that you think that
                  people deserved a national tragedy because of “whiteness” it’s a problem”–No, no, no, blackness is the tragedy. A national tragedy for centuries–don’t switch it up now. Your white tears are duly noted. This is indeed a problem.

  20. December 12, 2015 - Reply

    Bachelor of science in advertising…what a worthless degree

  21. December 12, 2015 - Reply

    Employers dont want the racist black people working for them…..

    • December 13, 2015 - Reply

      @Johnny Houston

      You are worthless and a loser stay mad and bitter.

    • December 14, 2015 - Reply

      @Johnny Houston

      Lol! Yet you’re here on a black blog.

      Not only are you ignorant, but you’re quite entertaining too.

  22. December 12, 2015 - Reply

    Look at the those beautiful accomplished sisters yeah that Becky Abigail Fischer needs to stay mad. ???

  23. December 12, 2015 - Reply

    Why do white folk believe that black people think black people don’t have the gifts to excel by their own merits? Why do they think Affirmative Action is what got them there and not hard work?

  24. December 13, 2015 - Reply

    I’m torn on this. Their accomplishments speak for themselves, but the focus on Abigail Fisher, seems to give Fisher validity, although unintentional. It would be better to just ignore someone with such a complaint.

  25. December 16, 2015 - Reply

    I am 77 years old and I’m telling you I am choked up by the beautiful array of Black graduates, and how you all came together to do this. Beautlful! Scalia is a racist Fool! #StayMadAbby!

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