Carl L. Hart was surprised when a student in one of his…
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Trump made a big deal about the photo-op, oops I mean meeting he had with the Presidents of HBCUs from across the country this week. He made an even bigger deal of the executive order he signed to help HBCUs ( one that doesn't give any…Continue
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BOSTON - U.S. prosecutors on Thursday announced that about $20 million found under a mattress in a Massachusetts apartment had been seized after a Brazilian man was arrested for laundering money linked to a multi-billion-dollar global fraud.
Federal prosecutors in Boston charged Cleber Rene…Continue
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Each time a man connects with a woman §sexually and releases his life form energy within her, he leaves a part of his information (DNA) in her birth canal.
If she doesn’t clean herself, his energy remains inside of her. That imprint can often create illusional sexual addiction to the individual. When someone decides to have multiple partners, it can sometimes send mixed emotional signals within the inside of…Continue
Carl L. Hart was surprised when a student in one of his…
They Are We tells a story that, were it not told by a University professor in the middle of a documentary, you’d swear couldn’t possibly be true. Emma Christopher, who’s written extensively on the Atlantic slave trade and teaches at the University of Sydney, found herself connecting a remote chiefdom in Sierra Leone with a small Afro-Cuban community in Perico whose traditional song and dances suggest a direct lineage to that Western African group. The…Continue
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There's been a whole lot of talk about what SHOULD be done to find a solution to the current state of racial strife in America. Now, over 100 black celebs are taking action. Find out about their secret meeting inside....
Rapper The Game and his close celeb friends rounded up over 100 of their other celeb friends to come together…Continue
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The Legend of Kente Cloth
According to Akan legends, the Kente cloth was inspired by the elaborate web designs of a mythic spider, Ananse. Nearly 400 years ago, two friends, Krugu Amoaya and Watah Kraban, went hunting into a forest where they came upon a spider making a web. They stood there for two days watching and taking note of the spider’s intricate designs.…
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A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that Black-sounding names are associated with negative stereotypes of Black people among whites.
The latest study, published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, found that whites are more likely to perceive men with…
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ATLANTA — The HIV/AIDS rate in certain parts of the city of Atlanta, particularly downtown ATL, is as bad as some third-world African countries, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has just reported.
According to the CDC, one in 51 Georgians will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetime. In 2014 Georgia’s population was just over 10 million people. In 2013, Atlanta’s metro…
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Customers who were impacted by RushCard’s outage will receive a multi-million dollar settlement.
RushCard, which is owned by Russell Simmons, has agreed to compensate debit card users who were locked out of their accounts due to a glitch.
The settlement allots $19 million dollars to repay customers for fees and other costs associated with not having access to their…Continue
Johns Hopkins researchers are urging black women to avoid weaves, braids and hair extensions because of the risks of permanent hair loss.
Researchers say that these hair styles, which can pull on the scalp, can contribute to traction alopecia, a form of gradual hair loss, which about one-third…Continue
A Beaufort, South Carolina mother is furious after a Battery High School science teacher made racist remarks to her son when he refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, The State newspaper reports.
Nicole Whitmore said her 14-year-old son, a freshman at the high school, remained seated along with many other students in the class during…Continue
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A Beaufort, South Carolina mother is furious after a Battery High School science teacher made racist remarks to her son when he…
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Georgetown University is the latest college in the national spotlight for its historic link to slavery. The university, during an existential financial crisis in 1838, earned millions from selling 272 of its slaves.
Many at Georgetown are now asking whether it’s time for…Continue
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When Oprah remembers the time Tyler Perry first started writing shows for her OWN Network, she recalls not believing in all of his work, but trusting that he knew what he was doing. According to The Grio, Winfrey recounts, “I would say, ‘I think that’s too much! It’s over the top! Oh my God, I can’t believe…Continue
Mafia organization or police department? Hard to tell.
The village of Bal Harbour, population 2,513, may have a tiny footprint on the northern tip of Miami Beach, but its police department had grand aspirations of going after international drug traffickers, and making a few million dollars while they were at…