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Common Praises Kaepernick, Trump Not Prepared To Be President 1

Common Praises Kaepernick, Trump Not Prepared To Be President

Common visited the view to discuss the Kaepernick controversy and the national political debate.While discussing Kaepernick, Common referred the San Francisco 49ers Quarterback to the Great Muhammad Ali. “I truly relate to what Colin Kaepernick is doing,” Common said. “He’s standing up for justice. He sees things going wrong in our country. I think we […]

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Opening Day Of National Museum of African American History and Culture 2

Opening Day Of National Museum of African American History and Culture

The National Museum of African American History and Culture opened on Sept. 24, 2016. The museum was built by Freelon Adjay Bond/Smith Group, a four firm team. President Obama stated, this museum will help tell a fuller and richer story of African american history. Civil rights Icon John Lewis, former Presidents  George W Bush and […]

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White Female Cops Are Shooting Us Now! 3

White Female Cops Are Shooting Us Now!

Seriously, are white male cops tired of shooting at unarmed black men? They have certainly raised the bar, now white female cops are gunning down black men. I don’t think they will ever get it. Neither do they care to. Over and over again, unarmed black men are being gunned down, and cops (not all) has […]

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Open-Ended

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Is There Paid Patriotism in the NFL? 5

Is There Paid Patriotism in the NFL?

It has been a month now since Colin Kaepernick decided to not stand for the National Anthem. Although this story has calmed over the weeks, it opened a lot of dialogue, discussions, opinions etc. The beauty of protesting sometimes breeds other stories and scenarios that otherwise the public would have no acknowledgement of. To be […]

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Ed Gordon Premiers New Show On the Bounce Network 6

Ed Gordon Premiers New Show On the Bounce Network

We are very happy to see Ed Gordon back on prime time television again. I loved his commentary on Bet Tonight with Ed Gordon, which aired from 2001 – 2002. Gordon will be premiering a news magazine show on Bounce TV. The first episode aired on Sept. 13. Gordon explained that the original series will cover investigative pieces, […]

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Ferguson activist found dead in burning car 7

Ferguson activist found dead in burning car

On Tuesday Darren Seals, who was one of the first activist in the Mike Brown shooting, was found dead. Authorities received a call about a burning car. Daren Seals body was discovered after the flames were put out. Authorities confirmed that seals was shot and determined the investigation was a homicide. There has been no […]

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After Labor Day Weekend Chicago Homicides Reached 500 In 2016 8

After Labor Day Weekend Chicago Homicides Reached 500 In 2016

Wow, this is so sad. We in the black community must come up with a viable solution to stop all of the homicides in Chicago. Over the Labor Day Weekend, there were 65 civilians shot and 13 killed. According to the Tribune, 90 homicides were documented for the month of August. After this weekend the […]

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After Car Collision Man Shoots, Kills Woman 9

After Car Collision Man Shoots, Kills Woman

Although senseless crimes happen everyday, I still struggle to understand why these type of crimes happen as often as they do. Deborah Pearl was on her way to work Saturday morning, when all of a sudden 29-year-old Matthew Ryan Desha of North Ridgeville ran a red light and crashed into Pearl’s vehicle. Desha’s Car flipped several […]

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President Barack Obama Set To Visit Baton Rouge 10

President Barack Obama Set To Visit Baton Rouge

President Barack Obama will visit the Baton Rouge area on Tuesday. President Obama will assess the flooding and devastation that hit the area in recent weeks. The president will meet with local officials and discuss how the federal government can assist with the damages. The president received criticism for not visiting Baton Rouge sooner due to […]

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Gold's Gym Apologizes to Pear Shaped Women 11

Gold’s Gym Apologizes to Pear Shaped Women

Really? Did the advertising committee/agency for Gold’s Gym seriously signed off on this ad campaign? The first amendment of the constitution states every citizen has the rights to free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, . Then again, we are in America and sometimes there are repercussions for what you say and display. I love our […]

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Video Released of Vachel Howard in LAPD Custody. 12

Video Released of Vachel Howard in LAPD Custody.

Vachel Howard was in police custody for driving under the influence, Later he was pronounced dead.

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SOLEDAD O’BRIEN To Join Sunday Morning Program 13

SOLEDAD O’BRIEN To Join Sunday Morning Program

News correspondent Soledad O’Brien will be joining the Hearst television network. O’Brien will appear on Heart’s weekly magazine show “Matter of Fact” which will air on sunday morning in various markets. O’Brien will continue to discuss serious issues such as the “Black In America docu-series”. O’Brien stated, the program will not consist of partisan debates, […]

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CodeBlack Films To Develop Angelia Davis Biopic 14

CodeBlack Films To Develop Angelia Davis Biopic

CodeBlack films is putting an Angelia Davis Biopic into works, According to Variety. The film has yet to be named, it will be produced by Nina Yang Bongiovi. who produced  films “Fruitvale Station” and “Dope”. Davis has been one of the civil rights leaders since the 1960s. Davis and her niece, Eisa Davis will executive produce the […]

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Tyler Perry Offered To Pay For Atlanta Twins Funeral 15

Tyler Perry Offered To Pay For Atlanta Twins Funeral

    Tyler Perry has offered to finance the funeral of two 15 month old Atlanta twins. The twins, named Ariel and Alyanah North was left in a scorching car vehicle, reports from ABC News. The twins, (two girls) were left alone in the vehicle for several hours. Asa North, the father was charged with involuntary manslaughter and reckless […]

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Remembering Ferguson "Mike Brown" 16

Remembering Ferguson “Mike Brown”

Today is the two year anniversary since the passing of Mike Brown. Killed by Darren Wilson, 28, a white Ferguson police officer. Protests for the killing of Mike Brown propelled #Black Lives Matter into a national/global movement. Here we take a look back on that fatal incident and what led to the #Black Live Matter movement. Film […]

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Little Known Facts “Milli Vanilli's Girl You Know It's True” 17

Little Known Facts “Milli Vanilli’s Girl You Know It’s True”

Kevin Liles started his career as a rapper for the group Numarx in 1987. Kevin Liles is very well known in the hip hop industry. Liles is a former president of Def Jam and also held the executive vice president position of The Island Def Jam Music Group from 1999 to 2004. Liles co-wrote “Girl You Know it’s true” […]

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Little Known Facts “Gin & Juice by Snoop Dog” 18

Little Known Facts “Gin & Juice by Snoop Dog”

Gin & Juice was the second hit single on Snoop Doggy Dog’s Doggystyle album. At the time Doggystyle sold over 700,000 copies. Who song the iconic hook/chorus Rollin’ down the street smokin’ indo Sippin’ on gin and juice Laid back (with my mind on my money and my money on my mind) The iconic hook/chorus […]

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Common, Jessie Williams And More Celebrities Appear in "America Divided" Docu-series. 19

Common, Jessie Williams And More Celebrities Appear in “America Divided” Docu-series.

In the midst of the current election season. The Epix network is scheduled to premier the docu-series American Divided. Common will executive produce this project. The film will consist of other celebrities. Norman Lear (The Jeffersons, Good Times), Shonda Rhimes (Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder), and others. America Divided focuses on disenfranchisement in housing, education, […]

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The Obama Daughters "Growing Up" 20

The Obama Daughters “Growing Up”

When their father Barack Obama won the presidency in 2009 Malia Ann Obama was age 12 and her younger sister Natasha Obama was only age 9. Now Malia Ann Obama is 18-years-old and Natasha Obama is 15-years-old.  Wow! How time flies. They were born in Chicago, but of course moved to Washington DC once their father […]

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Little Known Facts "The Movie Friday" 21

Little Known Facts “The Movie Friday”

In the movie “Friday” If you noticed, there is no one wearing the color red. The reason is, Crew members and actors were warned not to were red while filming at 126th street in South Central.

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Are Most Americans Dissatisfied With Presidential Options? 22

Are Most Americans Dissatisfied With Presidential Options?

To be honest, the answer to this article’s title is obvious. This country is very dissatisfied with our presidential candidates. Maybe there should be change in the political voting and campaigning system/process. We all are aware there are far more qualified individuals that can lead our country. Without monetary funds for campaigns, our presidential options are […]

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the friend Zone 23

the friend Zone

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“Am I Allowed to Like Anything?” By: Darian Symoné Arvin 24

“Am I Allowed to Like Anything?” By: Darian Symoné Arvin

  “Am I Allowed to Like Anything?”

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