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Kendra Wilkinson speaks on husband Hank Baskett’s alleged infidelity: ‘I really don’t know what to believe’

Kendra Wilkinson’s marriage might be falling apart. The “Kendra on Top” star revealed she couldn’t figure the truth regarding the cheating allegations surrounding her husband, Hank Baskett. “I really don’t know what to believe,” the reality starlet, 29,told People magazine. “But this is real life. This is really what’s happening. It’s been the hardest four […]

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President Obama gives a black cop the day of his life

A man is being honored by President Obama for more than 20 years of service to his country.  The president recently met with Clarence Baugh, a man who has spent two decades clearing traffic for presidential motorcades in New York City.  Mr. Baugh is a member of the NYPD, the police force that has a […]

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Families unable to pay burial costs for girls found dead in Florida

The deaths of two teen girls were tragic enough for the families involved.  What’s made matters worse is that apparently, plans were not made for their deaths and their families are now unable to afford to bury them. An online fundraiser has been created to help with the burial expenses of Angelia Mangum and Tjhisha […]

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HistoryMakers, Like Roz Abrams, Inspire Students With Stories of Achievement

When Roz Abrams started out in the early 1980s as a young broadcast journalist, she was mentored by the likes of pioneer Belva Davis, the first black television and radio journalist on the West Coast. As a result, Abrams went on to scale great heights in the broadcast field, including working at CNN as a […]

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Abraham Lincoln didn’t want black people in the United States

April V. Taylor Black people have been taught for years that their freedom is due in large part to Abraham Lincoln and his signing of the Emancipation Proclamation.  What many fail to realize is that Lincoln never wanted to free slaves and have them live on American soil.  A recent article written for The Root […]

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People Magazine apologizes for racially-offensive tweets

Thursday night was the night built for black consumers, who watch more TV than anyone else in the country.  It was the night of the premier of the shows “Scandal” and “How to get away with murder,” both connected to superstar TV writer, Shonda Rhimes. The shows were big on Twitter and Facebook and everyone […]

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Black Girls Murdered (But Do YOU Care?)

Two teen girls were found dead in Duval County, Florida and now, we wait for answers and the predictable lack of outrage from people who might typically deem a double murder to be cause for such. According to local ABC affiliate WFST, the bodies of Angelia Mangum, 19, and Tjhisha Ball, 18 were spotted on the side of a […]

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The Parents Of Trayvon Martin And Jordan Davis Are Helping Michael Brown’s Family Cope

It’s been over a month since 18-year-old Michael Brown Jr. was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri, by police officer Darren Wilson, and the Brown family have questions but few answers. Weeks ago, their attorneys filed a request for more information on Wilson’s police career, but they’re still waiting for it. A grand jury has […]

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AG Holder’s Legacy Praised At CBC Conference

Upon news Thursday that Attorney General Eric Holder would step down from his post, participants at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s ongoing annual conference paused to reflect on his legacy on civil rights and racial justice. “I think he deserves a great deal of acknowledgement for being in the forefront of efforts to reform the […]

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Watch: Father Tased While Trying to Pray Over Dead Stepson

Two years ago, Pittsburgh native Mileek Grissom, 23, was shot and rushed to UPMC Mercy hospital. After learning of the shooting, Grissom’s stepfather, the Rev. Earl Baldwin Jr., was the first of his family to arrive at the hospital, and even though doctors had not yet said so, Baldwin says he knew Grissom was already […]

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