The Ankhesen Mié Lexicon, Volume V
This refers to the POC who are fans of the term POC.
Brotha Wolf's Law
Inspired by the insightful articles and commentary by blogger Brotha Wolf, the Bar honors him with "Brotha Wolf's Law", which pertains to the criminalization of black male youth and the overall devaluation of the black lives in America.
Inspired by the death of John Massie, a white man who verbally harassed a black man named Gerard Benjamin Hawkins and died when Hawkins punched him one time. Masseism refers to the white tendency to unrealistically expect to say or do whatever they want to people of color and expect complete immunity.
Ever watch a TV show with POC who die off or are simply misused/underused throughout the first season? Ever wondered why the showrunners even bothered with casting POC in the first place? That's because they're the Lure.
The Sugar Cycle
This refers to the friendship cycle many black women experience with white female friends. Things start off friendly enough, but once the white woman feels comfortable enough that the black woman is her "friend", her excessive friendliness, kindness, and generosity suddenly undergo a complete turnaround. The Sugar Cycle is one of the reasons many black women avoid friendships with white women.
This refers to the rare white man who is dateable for black women. He likes black women, but doesn't fetishize or objectify them. He openly dates and is willing to marry black women. He's not fazed at the thought of having mixed children, and he doesn't care what anyone else thinks. When faced with negative feedback from friends, relatives, or coworkers, he doesn't tolerate any disrespect towards his woman.
...Hence the nickname "Unicorn".