Fri. Dec 13th, 2019

The 5th Annual Hate Awards

The We Plead No 5th Annual, 2017, Make America Hate Again, Winter Solstice, Bah Humbug, Free-Range Vegan Soul Media,  Not Our Anthem Hate Awards… Brought to you by The Akwabena-Kom-Lately Never-Profit Fellowship, The Soros Said No Closed Society Institute and the McWhorter Ain’t No Genius Grant.

The Hate Awards are an annual satirical critique of all that has yet again helped prevent revolution or praise for what has helped push us forward and has only two standing rules: 1) Everyone can get it and 2) Hate Harder.

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This year’s top categories included:

  1. The To Catch a Casting Couch Predator Harvey Weinstein Judge Some Moore Burn Hollywood Burn Stein Bear Blair Witz Hunt Awards
  2. The Rick James F*&K Your Couch Award
  3. The Get Out of the Boondocks Half Caste Half Amazing Glass Half Full or Empty Award
  4. Battle of the Year
  5. Hater of the Year #HOTY2017

Kendi Whitaker: Our 2017 HOTY! 


… and in honor of this year’s Battle of the Year Hate Award recipient:

3 thoughts on “The 5th Annual Hate Awards

  1. Thank you for the stimulation: thoughtful, intellectual, emotional. The qualities of those of us who love the planet and want to move forward into another visionary story of EVOLution.
    l o v e

  2. I’m late commenting on this brilliant, thoroughly enjoyable, program. Had I been aware of it before, I would have submitted two suggestions for the #GetOutOfTheBoondocks Award. First, to Annette Gordon-Reed for writing a book suggesting that Sally Hemings might have enjoyed her “relationship” with pedophile savage, Thomas Jefferson – because what 13 year-old black slave girl wouldn’t come to love a sweaty old white masse rutting on top of her. Besides, if Hemings didn’t like it, she could have just said no, right? Trust that Gordon-Reed’s Ivy League colleagues love and celebrate her journalistic bravery. Second, to Thomas Bradshaw for doubling down on Gordon-Reed’s journalistic bravery by writing a play on the same subject. Marin Theatre Company learned quickly that their staging of this controversial piece would not go down without public backlash.

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