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5 Ways to Resolve Self-Hatred

— ADVERTISEMENT — There are many ways a person can fall into self-hatred and lack of inner esteem: _ 1) Abuse (toxicity in relationships with others, mainly the people who bring bad energy into your domain and try to induce you to feel as less than you are. Note: Toxic relationships are filled with storms …

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Facebook: 10 Tips to Defining A True Black Racist, er ah … “Nationalist”

There are 10 ways you can tell a Black racist…a REAL one, not one who opposes white supremacy, from Black (African) Americans: *** ______________ *** Not Listening nor Caring About Black People Until A White Person Speaks 1) Anyone who doesn’t pay much close attention to Black people until a white person gives them permission …

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Grammy- Nominated Rapper Nipsey Hussle Murdered in L.A.

At around 3:25 p.m. local time, Los Angeles Police Department officers responded to a shooting call at Hussle’s “The Marathon Store”, according to LAPD Lt. Chris Ramirez. When they arrived at the scene, they found three people “suffering from gunshot wounds.” Hussle, age 33, was transported to a hospital in order to be pronounced dead …

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Students Participate in Door Challenge to Celebrate Black History Month

This year’s Black History Month is being celebrated in different ways by different groups of Americans, but there is one group that has stood out with its celebrations. The group is no other than the college students. Motivated by the Black History Door Challenge movement, the students are decorating dorm room doors with faces of …

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#BlackGirlMagic: At 22-Years Old, She Is Already a NASA Engineer

With the release of the movie Hidden Figures there’s been a renewed interest in math and scientific fields among black youth, especially black women. I can’t even begin to talk about how many times I’ve heard the young black women around me talk about how inspired they are by the portrayals of Katherine G. Johnson, …

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Can Black People Stand For Something?

It’s a fact that people are infatuated with brands, especially black people. We respect entities that play on our emotions. We love over-the-top spectacles, being relevant and having a sense of belonging. Why do you think Drake is internationally known, all the while Marcus Garvey is barely mentioned in high school and college level history …

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Did You Know: Dick Gregory Ran for President in the 60s?

We’ve come to know and love Dick Gregory for his wittiness, comedic genius, and fervency for activism in the African American community. Though much of his rhetoric marked by political overtones has remained consistent throughout the years, many may be surprised to learn that he once ran for president at a time when race relations …

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#ThanksObama: Thousands Send Their Thanks to President Obama for an Historic Presidency

It’s been a long standing joke that Americans of all backgrounds have blamed President Obama for our ills, even for things beyond any president’s control. As the 2016 Presidential Election approaches it’s final hour, thousands of users on Twitter began sending their heartfelt tweets to the President on the evening of November 7th, transforming the …

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365 Black History: September 16 - In Living Color Wins an Emmy, BB King Born, Slavery Abolished & More

365 Black History: September 16 – In Living Color Wins an Emmy, BB King Born, Slavery Abolished & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On September 16 in Black History 1848 – Slavery abolished in all French territories. 1889 – Claude A. Barnett, founder of the …

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