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7 things you might do to ruin your chances at a relationship


Ladies … you need to get over yourselves! During my 12 years as a relationship expert, I’ve noticed a trend repeating itself over and over (… andover) again. What might that trend be, exactly? Bright, beautiful, professional women succeeding at everything except one thing — Dating.  But more specifically, online dating, with a great majority of women who go out on a first ...

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Dr Roosevelt Mitchell III: Some “black” movies are flat out depressing

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Roosevelt Mitchell III speaks with film director Marcus Small about his latest film, The Melanin Code. The Melanin Code is an instructional video for black people to create a better community and world for the race. The film, inspired by Dr. Umar Johnson and Tariq Nasheed, includes a new “code of conduct” for black people. The code of conduct addresses ...

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Reporter tries to Jam Marilyn Mosby: She goes Michelle Obama on her

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In the interview below, Baltimore City States Attorney Marilyn Mosby is being charged by a reporter who is asking her questions that might cause her an ethical conflict.  We love the way she handled the question, powerful.   If you can’t see the video below (it should populate in about two seconds), you can watch it at this link.    ...

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Woman says cops had the right to shoot kids in McKinney

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download A woman went on a rant on the Internet about the situation involving Officer Eric Casebolt and a group of black youth in McKinney, Texas. The woman, who happens to be a black mother, says that not only were the kids out of line, but that the officers had a right to shoot ...

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Dr Boyce Watkins: Leaving academia was scary, but it made me a man

Screen Shot 2015-06-10 at 7.20.31 PM – Discussing the wealth gap between America’s rich and poor, Dr. Boyce Watkins chalks it up to the fact that “a lot of rich people keep their money in the stock market and poor people don’t.” The observation kicks off the economist’s views on investing in small business during his recent interview with VladTV, plus a discussion on how ...

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Dr Roosevelt Mitchell III: Why are black boys killing themselves?

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Educator Dr Roosevelt Mitchell III discusses the disturbing trend of more black boys killing themselves. Mitchell says that it’s important that we find a way to reverse this trend by loving our sons and making sure that institutions such as the police, schools and prisons aren’t allowed to corrupt or taint their spirits. ...

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Barbershop 3 promises razor sharp comedy


by G. Brown A boxer learns the toughest battles are outside the ring… Michael Ealy is not “The Perfect Guy” and seven short films look at the social injustices facing the Black community. Here are some of the films headed to the theaters and big screens soon in this week’s First Reel Look. Michael Ealy is anything but “The Perfect ...

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Former Star Trek Actress suffers a stroke

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Reported by Michal Ortner Nichelle Nichols, famous for her role as Lt. Nyota Uhura on the original Star Trek series and films, suffered a stroke on Wednesday, June 3. She was at her home in Los Angeles when the stroke hit. The 82-year-old actress is still working and set to appear in two upcoming films. “Last night while at her ...

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