Ex-girlfriend: Accused Bank Shooter Fascinated With Violence

Ex-girlfriend: Accused Bank Shooter Fascinated With Violence

Ex-girlfriend: Accused Bank Shooter Fascinated With Violence By Associated Press | January 24, 2019 | Courtesy of Atlanta Black Star   SEBRING, Fla. (AP) — A former prison guard trainee accused of fatally shooting five people inside a Florida bank branch has long been fascinated with the idea of killing, but people who could…

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Former NFL Player Devon Still’s Daughter Is Still Cancer-Free

Former NFL Player Devon Still’s Daughter Is Still Cancer-Free

Former NFL Player Devon Still’s Daughter Is Still Cancer-Free by Kellee Terrell | Courtesy of Black America Web     Source: Gilbert Carrasquillo / Getty In a world inundated with so much bad news, this is a story that will warm your heart. Leah Still, the 8-year-old daughter of former Cincinnati…

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Lawyer claims 250 lb white man who punched 11-year-old Black girl in mall video defended himself

250 lb white man who punched 11-year-old Black girl

Lawyer claims 250 lb white man who punched 11-year-old Black girl in mall video defended himself against “pack of youths” By Melanie Eversley | January 16, 2019 | Courtesy of the Grio Man arrested after punching a Black child in the face at Asheville Mall in North Carolina. (WLOS) The lawyer for…

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Black News Anchor Fired After Wearing ‘Unprofessional’ Natural Hair

Black News Anchor Fired After Wearing ‘Unprofessional’ Natural Hair

CULTURE Black News Anchor Fired After Wearing ‘Unprofessional’ Natural Hair The award-winning journalist is taking action against the alleged racial discrimination she experienced at WJTV. By Christina Santi | on January 16, 2019 | Courtesy of Ebony Brittany Noble, 32, a former news anchor at WJTV, a local station in Jackson, Mississippi, has reportedly…

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The Obamas Post-Racial Illusion and Its Impact On the Black Experience

The Obamas Post-Racial Illusion and Its Impact On the Black Experience Place in Juxtaposition to the tenets of Pastor Jeremiah Wright   The catchphrase, “Black Faces in High Places,” alludes to the use of Blacks to function as agents and instruments of a racial caste system designed to marginalize and immobilize…

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Boys Have Periods Too: The Feminization of the Black Male Image Goes Mainstream in the Classroom

The Feminization of the Black Male Image Goes Mainstream in the Classroom

The Feminization of the Black Male Image Goes Mainstream in the Classroom | Boys have periods too!   The Feminization of the Black Male Image Goes Mainstream in the Classroom While I have, at times, focused on the entire spectrum of the Black struggle, but there a certain element of…

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Dr. Boyce Watkins Sued for Fraud & ZaZa Ali On the Hot Seat

Dr. Boyce Watkins Sued for Fraud & ZaZa Ali On the Hot Seat

Dr. Boyce Watkins Sued for Fraud & ZaZa Ali On the Hot Seat When I was initially approached on the topic of Boyce Watkins and ZaZa Ali and the accusations of multiple accounts of fraudulent activity, I stood down. Those who know me understand that I practice great caution when…

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LGBTQ Activists Are Say Kevin Hart Stepping Down Was Missed Opportunity

LGBTQ Activists Are Say Kevin Hart Stepping Down Was Missed Opportunity Kate Ellis, an LGBTQ activist, says Kevin Hart should not have stepped down but used the Oscars Platform as an opportunity to advocate for the LGBTQ community. Since Kevin Hart announced that he was excited to be hosting the…

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The Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys

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The Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys For those of you who have followed me for any significant time, you are aware of the work I do at The Odyssey Project, especially when it comes to my work with young Black males. Together, with my wife Marion and her…

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What it means to be black in the American educational system

What it means to be black in the American educational system What do black Americans experience in the school system? masshighered, CC BY-NC Kevin O’Neal Cokley, University of Texas at Austin Many people still think that racism is no longer a problem in America. After the election of President Obama,…

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