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Congressional Staffers Protest Eric Garner and Mike Brown Decisions By Walking Off Job

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
Congressional Staffers Protest Eric Garner and Mike Brown Decisions By Walking Off Job

Many people around the world continue to use their platform to make a statement, protesting the unjust Mike Brown and Eric Garner decisions. Today, it was Congress’s turn. Led by Senate chaplain Barry Black, Congressional staffers walked out of their jobs Thursday afternoon as a symbol of solidarity.  The powerful image rapidly circulated the web, […]

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Hammond, Indiana Police Shatter Window And Taze Unarmed Passenger [New Video Alert]

Hammond, Indiana Police Shatter Window And Taze Unarmed Passenger [New Video Alert]

Crooked police officers continue to show their true colors and their disdain for Black people as Hammond, Indiana gestapo continue with their rogue tactics. Lisa Mahone and Jamal Jones are suing the police department after  claiming video shows a routine traffic stop turning “highly aggressive” with officers shattering a car window and using a stun gun on […]

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Hip Hop and it’s Influence…What Does it All Mean?

| September 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Hip Hop and it’s Influence…What Does it All Mean?

Average guys wearing two chains pretending to be 2 chainz and girls wearing red hair trying to be Rihanna. When you take a look around the black community, it’s evident that hip hop has had a lot of influence on us. Women only check for men if their attire matches the attire in the latest […]

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Stupid is What Stupid Does: Loophole for Death Row Inmates

| June 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Stupid is What Stupid Does: Loophole for Death Row Inmates

Supreme Court ruled this week that states can no longer rely on a fixed I.Q. score cutoff to decide intellectual competency.  What this means is that states can no longer place a mentally challenged individual on death row just because they score over the cutoff to be considered intellectually disabled. The ruling affects approximately 30 current death row […]

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Brazil: World Cup Vs. Poverty

| May 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
Brazil: World Cup Vs. Poverty

With the World Cup just weeks away many soccer enthusiasts worldwide are pumped with excitement for this event. However, there are more far reaching issues involved with the host nation Brazil and one of those issues is poverty. Brazilians in Philadelphia are not thrilled about the exorbitant amount of taxpayer dollars being used to fund […]

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Senators Urge NFL To Take Action On Redskins’ Name

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
Senators Urge NFL To Take Action On Redskins’ Name

The pressure is mounting on the NFL to take action in order to change the Washington Redskins’ name. This pressure came in the form of a letter with the request to the NFL signed by fifty members of the Senate. Those Senators feel that the NFL needs to impose sanctions on the franchise similar to […]

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LeBron James Believes Sterling Family Should Not Own Franchise

| May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
LeBron James Believes Sterling Family Should Not Own Franchise

There are several players in the NBA who have strong objections to Donald Sterling being an owner of a NBA franchise. LeBron just so happens to be the most vocalized active players on this issue. As a matter of fact he took it a step further on Sunday when he said players believe no Sterling […]

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Terror Continues In Nigeria with The Kidnapping of Girls

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Terror Continues In Nigeria with The Kidnapping of Girls

The reign of terror continues in Nigeria as more young girls were abducted. Protesters were out in massive numbers in Lagos Monday calling for government intervention in these acts of terror. The kidnappings began back in mid-April with more than 200 young girls missing and has created an international uproar. The suspect behind these abductions is an Islamic […]

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Kwasi Enin Accepted To All 8 Ivy league Colleges [Video]

Kwasi Enin Accepted To All 8 Ivy league Colleges [Video]

Salute to Kwasi Enin.  The 17-year-old from Shirley, New York, was accepted to all 8 Ivy League schools and now has a tough decision to make…picking one to attend this fall. Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University,Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University all want to be apart of the future successes of the young […]

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Community Activists Rally At The DeKalb County Courthouse For Veteran Mark Harris

| March 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
Community Activists Rally At The DeKalb County Courthouse For Veteran Mark Harris

Community activists lead by DeKalb NAACP President John Evans, Senator Vincent Fort, and former Atlanta City Councilman Derrick Boazman are rallying today at 10:00am sharp at the DeKalb County Courthouse requesting DeKalb County Solicitor Sherry Boston to drop all recent charges against Mark Harris. At the least, they are calling on Solicitor Boston to allow […]

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