I Love Black People

We don’t have much power because we don’t know what black power actually is

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Alfonso Ribeiro does ‘The Carlton’ and absolutely kills it

Alfonso Ribeiro has been stuck in a time warp for the last 20 years.  He’s a great actor and talented performer in many different ways, but he doesn’t get many of the acting roles he deserves.  A big part of the reason for his troubles is that people still associate him with Carlton, the character […]

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Amber Rose says filing for divorce from Wiz Khalifa feels like ‘my best friend died’

Amber Rose never knew “true heartache” until now. The 30-year-old model took to Twitter Monday to expose her broken heart over her recent divorce filing from Wiz Khalifa. “The mornings are especially hard,” she tweeted. “The pain … I wake up every morning feeling like my best friend died,” Rose added. She’s been in mourning […]

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NYPD Officer Hits Unarmed Teen in the Face With His Gun

BROOKLYN — Two NYPD officers are under criminal investigation after punching and using a gun to bash a 16-year-old suspect in the face despite the teen raising his hands to surrender, according to a video obtained by DNAinfo New York. The surveillance footage obtained exclusively by “On The Inside” shows the two officers catch up […]

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This Sculptor Is Using Trash To Inspire One Of Pittsburgh’s Toughest Neighborhoods To Make Art

In an abandoned house in Pittsburgh, kids gather after school to turn the day’s frustrations and joys into artwork. They call the space the Art House, and they owe its existence to a woman named Vanessa L. German. An artist, German is one of the subjects we picked from State of the Art, an unprecedented […]

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This Egyptian Paddle Doll May Look Like a Simple Toy, But It Is So Much More

Lacking the austere grandeur usually associated with the art of ancient Egypt, the truncated body and staring eyes of this simple female form may seem enigmatic. Within its deceptively simple arrangement of form and color, however, is distilled the rich, complex fusion of cultures that determined one of the crucial turning points in the history […]

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St. Louis Cardinals fans taunt black protesters urging justice for Michael Brown

Racial tension spilled over from Ferguson, Mo., into nearby St. Louis on Monday night, where a handful of protesters urging justice for Michael Brown were met by mostly white Cardinals fans who taunted them with chants about poverty, Africa and in support of the white officer who killed the unarmed black teen. The ugly confrontation […]

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Herman Cain Is Back! Launches $9.99 A Month Online Channel

The “Hermanator” is back!  Former pizza magnate and former Republican candidate for the 2012 presidential nomination Hermain Cain (pictured) is at it again, but this time his entrepreneurial spirit has concocted up a business venture. The politico’s subscription-based eponymous online television network allows fans to listen to his voice all day. The recently launched Herman Cain Channel at $9.99 a […]

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Dr. Cornel West: President Obama Doesn’t Belong On Same Shirt With MLK, Malcolm X

During an interview on Democracy Now with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Dr. Cornel West made it plain that President Barack Obama does not belong on a t-shirt with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. Dr. West once again discussed President Obama’s war crimes and contrasted them with King’s legacy of anti-war, anti-capitalist and […]

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Black rappers are not happy that Iggy wants to use the N-word

Two white rappers, Iggy Azalea and Macklemore, are now the Queen and King of Rap, according to a comment on Twitter by one of Azalea’s fans that has been circulating on the internet as of late.  A few months ago, Forbes Magazine shared similar sentiments, saying hip hop is “run” by Azalea.  Although the Australian rapper has […]

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