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

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Ernie Cobb Still Fighting to Clear His Name in One of Sport’s Biggest Scandals

Thursday, March 22nd, 1984. At 11:05 a.m., United States District Judge Leonard Wexler completed his instructions to the jury in the Federal Court Building in Brooklyn as Ernie Cobb awaited his judgment. The thoughts continuously raced through Cobb’s mind: how had he arrived here, he wondered, of all places, charged with allegedly conspiring to commit […]

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The Queen Latifah Show Canceled in 2nd Season

It’s official: The Queen Latifah Show has been canceled. The syndicated daytime show from Sony Pictures Television will shut down production at year’s end. Originals will continue to air on CBS stations through March but cease afterward. “We want to thank Dana, the producers and the entire staff of The Queen Latifah Show for creating a program that we are all very proud […]

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What’s in a Name: Whites Like ‘African Americans,’ Don’t Like ‘Blacks’

White Americans apparently do not have a problem with the ethnic label of African American, but black is a different story, according to a report at Pacific Standard. Ethnic labels for people of color, such as African American and black, determine just how whites perceive them, according to a new study titled “A Rose by Any […]

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Man with Mental Illness Wrongly Imprisoned For 525 Days Under Sex Offender’s Name

A man was wrongly arrested and held at the Fulton County Jail for 525 days under another man’s name. Randy Wiggins was mistakenly booked under Randy Williams’ name. Williams is a convicted child molester who was wanted on a warrant for failing to register as a sex offender. “The sad part is the system failed him,” […]

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Ferguson: A city on edge and waiting

The grand jury deciding whether to indict Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson in the August 9 shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown will not reconvene until Monday, local and federal law enforcement sources told CNN. Anticipating a grand jury decision at any moment, more businesses boarded up their doors and windows and residents hunkered […]

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Cosby has sellout show, standing ovation in Florida

If Bill Cosby is an embattled old comedian whose best days are in the past, you never would have known it this week. Cosby took a trip to Melbourne, Florida for a 90-minute performance at the King Center for the Performing Arts, and the crowd showed nothing but love.  In fact, the show was sold […]

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Bill Cosby’s Attorney Dismisses ‘Fabricated’ Accusation From Woman With Criminal Background

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Reported by Kacie Whaley Thus far, 10 women have come forward accusing TV dad Bill Cosby of rαpe.  But as more assault stories are released, one accuser’s sketchy past is being uncovered. Linda Joy Traitz revealed over Facebook that when she was a 19-year-old waitress at a Florida cafe that Cosby co-owned, he came by […]

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Authorities Contacted After FSU Shooter Mailed Mystery Package Before Shooting

Reported by Kacie Whaley The Florida State University shooter reportedly sent eight people mysterious packages before he went on a shooting rampage Thursday. Last Saturday, Myron May used Facebook to contact  Joe Paul, who he attended FSU with a decade ago.  The two kept in touch over the years, so when May asked for Paul’s […]

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Hardworking Housekeeper Suffering From Exhaustion Is Given a New Home

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Reported by Kacie Whaley On this week’s webisode of Prank It FWD, the team of pranksters target Cara Simmons, a mother of three from Cleveland, Ohio who works as a housekeeper.  Her friends and family say she “gives her all to her work and her family” and “would give the shirt off her back.”  But […]

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