As a black woman, I will never allow anyone to shame me for loving fried chicken, or red Kool-Aid or watermelon. Loving these things are my birthright, stereotypes be damned.
Climate change is real, the political discourse is trash, and people in the U.S. and U.K. just want some damn fried chicken to soothe their souls. Which is why we at The Root have not one, but two #TodayInChicken stories to share with you.
One California restaurant has no shame in its fried-chicken game.
You can’t outdo black people in most everyday activities. Especially cooking. Food has always been a source of comfort and therapy for us. It brings us closer together during life’s worst, grandest and most lit moments.
On Monday, a Chick-fil-A restaurant in the River City neighborhood of Jacksonville, Fla., was trashed because two women were up in arms over a cold chicken-nugget meal that had been given to their brother.
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If this weren't a real thing that was really actually happening, the concept of a 90's style hip-hop fried chicken restaurant created by White people in the hood would make for a cute and clever Chappelle or Key & Peele skit.
My sister called me once from her car parked right outside a company picnic.
As many of us politicos have come to know, the Grand Old Party is overflowing with stupid white men. In this campaign season, though, Donald J. Trump has been sucking up so much of the election coverage, the rest of those of that dumb-dumb-diddy demo have been overlooked.
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Look at that juicy, plump, and delectable fried chicken breast. Filled with white meat, delicious skin, and America's finest hormones; ready to be devoured with hands and fingers and anxious teeth, how God intended it to be.