• News: Attorney Representing Client Accused of R*pe Says ‘Women Are Good Liars’

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  • Serena Takes on Racist Remarks & Beyonce Gives Back: Celebrity Wrap Up

    by TRN Staff Writer, GAME…SET…MATCH-Serena Backhands Racist Pregnancy Comments  On the tennis court, Serena uses a racket and a serious forehand to rally a match.  Off the court, she’s got a pretty mean backhand when you come for her with racist nonsense.  This is the lesson Romania’s Fed Cup captain former U.S.  and French Open […]

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  • Mary J. Blige Says Ex Spent $420,000 of Her Money on New Girlfriend

    BY SUSAN JOHNES Mary J. Blige has experienced constant drama and frustrations in her relationship. She just wants no more drama, but sometimes she can’t help it. According to new court documents, Blige, the 46-year-old star claims that her estranged husband Martin “Kendu” Isaacs spent more than $420,000 during their marriage on “travel charges” that […]

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  • 11 Fun Facts to Know About Film & Television Actress Michael Michelle

    Michael Michele is a film and television actress. She is best known for her roles as Dr. Cleo Finch on the medical drama ER and Det. Rene Sheppard on the police procedural Homicide: Life on the Street. Here are a few other cool facts to know about Michael Michele: 1. Born Michael Michele Williams on […]

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  • Trump’s Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star Vandalized Again

    By Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III President Donald Trump is not very liked. No matter what Trump likes to claim, the truth of the matter is that Trump has a low approval rating. In fact, Trump’s low approval ratings have to do with his position on immigration and health care. Don’t forget Trump has the […]

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  • Dr Boyce Talks In DC

    The Dr Boyce Watkins Channel is an all-black news and commentary channel that features a number of African American thinkers, commentators and speakers. The views of each video are not necessarily representative of those of Dr Boyce Watkins himself. You can follow Dr Watkins at the links below: Instagram: @TheRealBoyceWatkins Twitter: @DrBoyceWatkins1 Via Text: Text […]

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  • Racial Discriminations Faced By Ebonee Davis in the Fashion Industry

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON “To be born Black in the US is to be born into the world that makes you feel too inferior before you even take your first step. It’s to be under constant mental and spiritual attack.” These are the sentiments of Ebonee Davis,–a model who hit 2016’s headlines when she wrote a […]

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  • Advisable Foods for Pregnant Women

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON Being pregnant is a situation that comes along with not only joy but also requires a lot of keenness, more so on diets. And that is the sole reason why expectant moms need proper advice, on the proper feeding procedure. While pregnant women are required to eat a diet rich in nutrients […]

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  • Jay-Z to Unpeel the Mask

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON For many artists, their dream is not just to ‘hit it big’ and then stay in the same spot, but also you need to elevate your game from just triumphing in one field and get into another. It is a model which Jay-Z has executed all of his life–from working in the […]

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  • Paving Over Black History In Montgomery County

    By Moses Kamuiru. Displacement Fifty years ago, a black community just off River Road in Bethesda was displaced when developer’s bought the residents’ land to construct condo shopping centers and complexes. In recent times the descendants of those individuals are worried that someone will build atop their history again. A small Macedonia Baptist Church in […]

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  • The Disturbing History Of Blacks And Medical Research Goes Beyond Henrietta Lacks

    By Moses Kamuiru. The Tuskegee Incident If you ask anyone what they know about the history of the use of blacks as subjects for research unwillingly, they are most likely to mention the Tuskegee incident. When the study made headlines in 1972, such failure seemed beyond any human compassion or relief when it was known […]

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  • Sotterley Plantation In Southern Maryland To Open Its Slave Quarters To The Public

    By Moses Kamuiru. Do not enter sign When Agnes Kane Callum made, a genealogist made her first visit to Sotterley, the St. Mary’s County plantation where her great grandfather worked as a slave, she learned that the tour included no stops at the slave cabins of the 1830s era that from the main mansion stands […]

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