• Why Are People Angry With This Woman For Her Family Photos?

    black women By patrice | February 25, 2017 BY: NISHA THOMAS JessHilarious, an Instagram famed comedian, is now clapping back at all of her haters over photos that have went completely viral of an intimate photoshoot that she’d taken with her son. In the photos Jess appears to be naked and people seem to have a major problem […]

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  • 7 Interesting Facts to Know About Actor Harold Perrineau

    Harold Perrineau is an American actor, known for the roles of Michael Dawson in the U.S. television series Lost, Link in The Matrix films and games, Augustus Hill in the American television series Oz. Here are a few other amazing facts to know about actor Harold Perrineau: 1. Harold Perrineau was born on August 7, […]

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  • Keg Johnson: One of the Greatest Jazz Trombonist of His Time

    Keg Johnson was a renowned jazz trombonist who played in several bands. Frederic Homer “Keg” Johnson was born on November 19, 1908 in Dallas, Texas. His father was a choir director and also worked at a local Studebaker plant were Keg worked for a while. Johnson and his younger brother, Budd Johnson, began their musical […]

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  • CLAUDIA GORDON: “LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO WORRY ABOUT YOUR DISABILITY.”

    Bring Back a Different World By Susan Johnes | February 25, 2017 By: Susan Johnes How does it feel when one grows up in a quiet environment? A majority of us will get demoralized to this reality and would want to end their lives through committing suicide since they will not feel any worth of living. We just have […]

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  • 5 “Dangerous” Things Black People Do

    By Natasha Lane Slavery was abolished on December 6, 1865. Still, after the amendment had been ratified, we were not free. It took 12 years for the thirteenth amendment to get settled in, during which many blacks struggled to find work and acceptance. In addition, Jim Crow, a set of anti-black laws that oppressed blacks […]

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  • HOW THE INTERNET HAS TRANSFORMED MUSIC

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON No one would challenge the fact that the Internet has drastically altered the music industry over the lapsed couple of decades.  Things continue to change yet rapidly; the music industry is still struggling to keep up.  Just From initial issues like music-sharing sites and illegal downloads to contemporary disputes of over streaming […]

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  • Will Rachel Dolezal Become Relevant Again Through Her New Book?

    By Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III Do you remember Rachel Dolezal? In case you forgot, she was the former president of the Spokane, Washington NAACP Chapter. In addition to her work with the NAACP and being an adjunct professor at Eastern Washington University, she was the one who went around claiming she was Black. This […]

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  • Interview with NAACP’s Lexington Kentucky Branch President

    By: Lachin Hatemi M.D. Hi Mr. Adrian Wallace, I want to congratulate you on your new position as the NAACP’s branch president in Lexington, Kentucky and I am honored to interview you.   1-      Can you please give us some background on your Army Service? Certainly and thank you again for having me. I joined […]

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  • LGBTQ Students Receive Huge Support From Beyoncé

    By Dr. Sinclair N. Grey III Just about everyone will conclude that members of the LGBTQ community have suffered much over the years. Let’s face it – so many have had to keep their s*xual orientation a secret out of fear for their life and/or shame from their family. Now it’s 2017 and many of […]

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  • THE BIRTH OF BASKETBALL

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON Unlike most professional sports, it is simple to trace where basketball came from, plus track its evolution. It started with a single man and advanced into among the most popular sports in the universe within a life span of one century. Electro-Mech employees (a company producing electronic basketball scoreboards) are fanatics of […]

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  • On This Day in History: Ali Makes History

    By: James Swift, Jr. On this day in Black history, boxing history was made—twice. First, we have “The Greatest,” a fighter who was extremely fast with his hands and could dodge blows, a charismatic showman who brought professional wrestling promo work to a sport not known for the best interviews, an Olympic gold medalist, multiple […]

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  • WHY “MEDICAL ERROR” IS AN ISSUE OF YOUR CONCERN

    BY: DANIEL PETERSON Nightmare stories of nurses giving drugs meant for one patient to the other and surgeons unintendedly eliminating body parts have dominated coverage in recent medical care headlines. Lest you assume that those cases are exceptional, a study by patient-safety researchers has something that you need to know. Their last year May published […]

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