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It’s Time to Stop Seeking the Acceptance, Approval and Affection of White People | Agreed?

— ADVERTISEMENT — The time has come in the Black community to stop entertaining and engaging everyone else. The time has come for us to stop seeking the acceptance, approval, and affection of people who don’t give a damn about us, our situation, nor our future. The time has come to focus on us. Being …

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This Is Why FAMU’s New Black News Channel Is Going To Be TOTAL BULL SH*T…..

When I first caught wind of this project, I was very excited. We have often discussed the need for the black media to grow up, engage and get involved in our issues and community. This seemed like a shot in that direction, until I discovered who is behind it. The Black Television News Channel is …

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The One Thing I Wanted More of from ‘Birth of a Nation’, To See Nat Turner Kill All 60 People

Last week, I stepped out to see the ‘Birth of a Nation’ film by Nate Parker. Been looking forward to watching it every since hearing about it coming out last year. And I will admit, it was a good film. However, I couldn’t help but think something was missing. But what was it? I’ve been searching …

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LeBron James Foundation To Pay 1,100 College Scholarships For Akron Kids (Over $40 Million)

LeBron James Foundation To Pay 1,100 College Scholarships For Akron Kids (Over $40 Million)

NBA superstar LeBron James announced his The LeBron James Family Foundation will partner with the University of Akron and JPMorgan Chase to provide scholarships to disadvantage children of Akron seeking to go to college. According to ESPN, there are 1,100 at-risk children enrolled in James’ I Promise program through his foundation. If these students, who …

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Did You Know Mississippi Didn't Officially Abolishes Slavery Until 2013 Because of This "Oversight"? 2

Did You Know Mississippi Didn’t Officially Abolishes Slavery Until 2013 Because of This “Oversight”?

Two medical school colleagues, one an immigrant from India, the other a life-long Mississippian, joined forces to resolve a historical oversight that until this month had never officially been corrected. The oversight was no small one either. Until February 7, 2013, the state of Mississippi had never submitted the required documentation to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, meaning …

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KKK Politicians: Anonymous Exposes KKK Ties of United States Politicians | Senators & Mayors

KKK Politicians: Anonymous Exposes KKK Ties of United States Politicians | Senators & Mayors

By now you have seen the threats by the hacktivist known as Anonymous saying they will expose 1,000 United States politicians that have ties to the KKK. Well, they have started to make good on their promise to leak the names. We woke up this morning to find a video circulating the internet by Anonymous, …

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Did You Know The First Woman to Charter a Bank Was Black? 2

Did You Know The First Woman to Charter a Bank Was Black?

The modern black community has complained time and time again about discriminating lending practices of banks and lending institutions in this country, but who is going to do something about it? We hoped bringing light to the story, achievement and life of Maggie Lena Walker might inspire someone in the community to stand up and …

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As Original Tuskegee Airmen Fade, an Effort to Save the Legacy Grows | #NeverForget Our History

As Original Tuskegee Airmen Fade, an Effort to Save the Legacy Grows | #NeverForget Our History

By Avis Thomas Lester / Urban News Service: More than 16,000 Tuskegee Airmen made history, but now only about 250 remain. They see each other mostly at funerals these days. When the heroes returned some from overseas after World War II, they were still treated as second-class citizens in the south. They were simply known as participants …

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