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I know that my Black womanhood means that I am a third class citizen, in a second class community within a “first world” country.

I sit here knowing that Black women and girls stories die in silence while Black men and boys stories live in your outrage. I sit here knowing that I won’t stop until you pay attention to us.

It hurt not only for the lives lost but also for the Black women and girls we have ignored.

The most horrific thing to watch is watching your existence being completely ignored and erased.

The show, an animated sitcom, draws on Burr's stand-up and the absurdity of political correctness.

To give American listeners some context on his podcast he referenced the Midnight Oil song Beds Are Burning.

The podcast is available on Burr's website and on the All Things Comedy network.

He is sometimes joined by his wife, Nia, and has featured guests and interviews with other comedians.

Seeing the discrepancy I have to ask, why aren’t my sisters, my daughters and my mothers lives just as valuable as my brothers, my sons and my fathers lives?

Why aren’t dead Black women and girls worth your collective outrage? I believe the Black community’s and everyone else’s continued silence about the injustices committed against Black women and girls are purposeful acts of complicity and erasure. And when you do pay attention, the Black media only cares if we are THOTS, getting relaxers, wearing a weave, going natural, perpetually single or one of many baby mammas.

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