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February 17, 2012

Have interracial marriages become more acceptable in U.S.?

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Interracial marriages in the U.S. have climbed to 4.8 million – a record one in 12 – as a steady flow of new Asian and Hispanic immigrants expands the pool of prospective spouses. Blacks are now substantially more likely than before to marry whites. A Pew Research Center study, released today, details a diversifying America where interracial unions and the mixed-race children they produce are challenging typical notions of race….

Whitney’s Album Sales Soar, Who Inherits The Money

Whitney’s Album Sales Soar, Who Inherits The Money

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  Now that Whitney is gone, all that’s left is the messy process of dealing with the finances. And since her death, her music sales of shot through the roof, but who will inherit the money? “Whitney: The Greatest Hits” album sold over 64,000 copies in just 24 hours after the news of her death hit the public, and according to yahoo.com, more than 101,000 Houston albums have been purchased…

Bobby Brown — Now Invited to Whitney’s Funeral

Bobby Brown — Now Invited to Whitney’s Funeral

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  Whitney Houston’s family has finally reached out to Bobby Brown … and have formally invited him to attend Whitney’s funeral in NJ on Saturday … TMZ has learned. Houston family sources tell us, “At the last minute, the family felt that it would keep the peace at the funeral [to have Bobby there] … even though some family members were against it.” As we previously reported, several Houston family…

Chaka: ‘Must The Show Go On’, Her Thoughts About The Clive Davis Party [VIDEO]

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  Chaka Khan understands the term “the show must go on,” but cannot fathom how Clive Davis could go ahead with his annual pre-Grammy party just hours after Whitney Houston’s death, particularly considering that her dead body was just four floors above in the same hotel when the gathering got underway. “I thought that was complete insanity,” Khan told CNN’s Piers Morgan. “Knowing Whitney, I don’t believe that she would’ve…

Oprah Considering Role In ‘The Butler’, A Lee Daniels Film

Oprah Considering Role In ‘The Butler’, A Lee Daniels Film

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  Oprah Winfrey is said to be considering an offer to co-star in “The Butler,” Director Lee Daniels’ story of Eugene Allen, a black man who worked as butler in the White House, serving eight presidents from 1952 to 1986, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Financing is still being arranged and no deals have been made, but Daniels has been busy putting together a top-notch cast. Hugh Jackman, Mila Kunis…

Dr. Boyce: How Bobby and Whitney Fell for the Same Economic Trap

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In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins discusses the death of Whitney Houston and the financial challenges being faced by her estate. The video will begin after a brief advertisement.