a state-of-the-arts service
rent-a-negro.com is a state-of-the-arts service that allows you the chance to promote your connection with a creative, articulate, friendly, attractive, and pleasing African American person. This service comes without the commitment of learning about racism, challenging your own white privilege, or being labeled "radical." In fact, rent-a-negro.com allows you to use your money and status to your advantage! In addition, your dollars go to support the development of African American culture...everyone benefits!
multiculturalism is an important part of building social clout. These
days, it's on everyone's agenda. But how to start? Where do you find the
people to diversify your life? What if you don't know any black people?
You want to appear up to date, but just don't have the human resources.
One public lunch with rent-a-negro
and you'll be on your way to being seen as the most cutting edge member
of your circle.
"Black people are so angry,
your comfort and enjoyment are valued. When you rent, it is important
to detail the experience level of those attending your event. Be clear
about conversation parameters. Do you want your guests challenged or just
entertained? Are you looking to create waves, or appear in-the-know? We
encourage you to examine the impact of black people in your environment
and discuss this openly in your rental agreement. What are your expectations
and the foreseeable outcomes? Are you ready to take this step?
Who is this rent-a-negro?
has a lifetime of experience in the field. As a child she introduced black
perspectives into her school, expertly answering persistent questions
about black history, hair, culture, and politics. This work continued
throughout her adolescent and adult life and today she continues to be
a resource among colleagues, in educational settings, even among friends.
Her skills at fielding a standard range of questions and conversations
have become so fine-tuned, some have described it as "art."
Trained at the best schools (Sidwell Friends School in Washington D.C.
and Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island), she displays remarkable
comfort in predominantly white settings. She fits right in even as she
How do I start?
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