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Of course: A black man defends Haley Barbour’s “tar baby” remarks

Reported by Liku Zelleke Almost everyone was shocked when they found out former Governor Haley Barbour had used the phrase “tar babies”, to describe President Barack Obama’s policies, while talking on …

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Kwanzaa founder Ron Karenga believed to be a CIA informant?

During the era of 1969-1972 a large-scale politicization of prisons throughout the U.S. flourished, particularly in California, and was causing the enemy no end of problems. Led by the writings of Malcolm X, George …

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Michael Brown’s mother speaks to the UN about her son’s death

Many African Americans know the effects of racism quite well.  They also know that it is painful to experience.  What they may not know is that the racism endured by blacks in America constitutes an international …

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Who is Loretta Lynch and why is she going to replace Eric Holder?

To President Barack Obama’s credit, he is planning to make yet another historic appointment within his administration.  Loretta Lynch is a former US attorney for the Eastern District of New York.  She is set to …

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What do black women think about the catcalling video?

If you’ll recall, there was the extremely popular catcalling video that showed a woman walking around New York City being solicited by countless men.  Most of these men were black and brown, and that …

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Would this Bernie Mac Skit make people see him as another Bill Cosby?

Bernie Mac was considered one of the best black comedians in the country when he was alive.  He died too soon, but left an impact that will never be forgotten. Mac was also one of the Original Kings of Comedy, doing a …

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Michael Brown’s mother may face felony robbery charges

Police are seeking to bring felony charges against the mother of the late Michael Brown over an incident that occurred in a parking lot.   According to the New York Daily News, Leslie McSpadden is being accused of …

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Delta Sigma Theta running for Office is fined, suspended for hazing

by Ashley Naples Ashley Miller, formerly a candidate to represent the 32nd legislative district in Kentucky, has been revealed to be fined and suspended for an incident involving the hazing of a pledge for her …

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African Union is facing off with Burkina Faso’s Military

The African Union is in the midst of a standoff with Burkina Faso’s military. The group has given them a two week deadline to give power back or deal with various sanctions.  The AU is claiming that the army …

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NYPD’s black deputy commissioner wanted more power, that’s why he quit

The sudden resignation of the NYPD’s highest-ranking African American officer was a blow to the image of the organization.  Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is now explaining what happened, and it turns out that …

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