Humor Involving African

Some articles on humor involving african:

Our Gang Filmography - The Roach/MGM Talkies (1929–1938,The Little Rascals) - 1935
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Our Gang Filmography - The Roach/MGM Talkies (1929–1938,The Little Rascals) - 1937
... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ...
Our Gang Filmography - The Roach/MGM Talkies (1929–1938,The Little Rascals) - 1936
... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ... Television prints edited due to racial humor involving African Americans ...

Famous quotes containing the words african, humor and/or involving:

    ... the Black woman in America can justly be described as a “slave of a slave.”
    Frances Beale, African American feminist and civil rights activist. The Black Woman, ch. 14 (1970)

    There are men so philosophical that they can see humor in their own toothaches. But there has never lived a man so philosophical that he could see the toothache in his own humor.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    What causes adolescents to rebel is not the assertion of authority but the arbitrary use of power, with little explanation of the rules and no involvement in decision-making. . . . Involving the adolescent in decisions doesn’t mean that you are giving up your authority. It means acknowledging that the teenager is growing up and has the right to participate in decisions that affect his or her life.
    Laurence Steinberg (20th century)