DANCING WITH MICHAEL JACKSON by Toni Bowers

Vindicating Michael

Toni Bowers, Professor fo British literature at Pennsylvania University

This is a repost of an excellent article by Toni Bowers from the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Amazed by the author’s words that some media still say that Michael Jackson “claimed” to have had vitiligo I’ve added to her article two illustrations of what they say.

Toni Bowers is Professor of British Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Philadelphia.

Dancing with Michael Jackson

Baltimore and its discontents

May 14th, 2015

Come and see, the moon is shining.
Come and see, the moon is walking.
Come and see, the moon is dancing.

— Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Got a feeling that we’re gonna raise the roof off!
Everybody just get down!

— Michael Jackson

BY NOW, videos of Dimitri Reeves dancing in various parts of Baltimore to the strains of Michael Jackson’s music have been watched millions of times. In the best-known clip, filmed by reporter…

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2 Responses to DANCING WITH MICHAEL JACKSON by Toni Bowers

  1. Reblogged on MJJJusticeproject wordpress as well… Excellent article that ALL should read – not just Michael Jackson fans .. but ALL people who’ve been misled by the media in regards to his character and Why the crucifixtion of this fine gentle man occurred. –

    • thelasttear7 says:

      Totally agree with you MJJP, an excellent article. By reblogging it, we hope all ppl will read it. I am sure many articles like this one will be published and will enlighten those who have been misled by the media.

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