The webmaster and brain-mother of the site, Azizi Powell, has a scholarly background and a smart way of moderating other people's contributions. And my favorite part was discovering that some of the jumprope rhymes I used to sing were literally white-washed. Check this out. I grew up singing:
I like coffee, I like teaApparently, some other girls were singing:
I like the boys and the boys like me!
I like coffee, I like teaShould've known the real things was more raw than what we sang in the suburbs ...
I like a black boy and he likes me
So step back, white boy, you don't shine
I'll get a black boy to beat your behind.