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April 8, 2014

This documentary says that black men have been deliberately feminized

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This documentary called “Hidden Colors” goes deep into the destruction of the black man and the black family.  There seems to be an argument stating that black women and black men have been divided over the last 40 years.  We know that this is true, but the question is whether or not this just happened to occur or if there is a deliberate plan to undermine the masculinity of the…

Black girl gets a perfect 10 with the gymnastics routine you’ll never forget

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Joe Accuses R. Kelly of Sabotaging His Music Career

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By April Taylor According to hellobeautiful.com, R&B singer Joe is alleging that R. Kelly attempted to sabotage his career.  Joe provided competition for R. Kelly around 2000 when his album, My Name is Joe, sold more than three million copies and reached the #2 spot on the Billboard top 200 list.  During that same year, Joe was nominated for Grammy’s for Best Male R&B Performance as well as Best R&B…

Ann Coulter- ‘We Only Owe Black People Not Gays, Women or Immigrants Civil Rights”

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  Conservative columnist Ann Coulter asserted on Sunday that Democrats were making a mistake by “dropping the blacks” in favor of Hispanics because rights for LGBT people and immigrants are not true civil rights. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos asked Coulter what she meant in her lasted book, “Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama,” when she wrote that feminists, LGBT activists and immigrants rights groups had “commandeered the blacks’ civil…

Ask a Black Man: Episode 4 – Marriage (Extended Version)

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  Our panelists discuss the topic of marriage. Here is the full and extended version.         [leadplayer_vid id=”5343992BC3D5F”]

Black Folk Don’t: Get Married

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  It seems like now a days it’s hard to find black folk who are ready and willing to say I do, at least that’s what all the media coverage about single black women says. Is this a generational issue or are black folk allergic too long term commitment? Or are they just committing in different ways outside the mainstream?       [leadplayer_vid id=”534398018277C”]

Black Folk Don’t: Commit Suicide

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  Suicide usually isn’t an option for Black folks, especially since there are a whole host of reasons for why our mortality rates are ridiculously high, but is this always true? Given some recent high profile suicides and apparent suicides in the black community, is there more room to have this discussion now?       [leadplayer_vid id=”534396FB3EAE1″]

How do we confront the negative images of black women in media?

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This according to Youtube: “If you believe most of the images of black women you see in movies and on television, or the words you hear used to describe sisters in music, you get the impression that they are mean, spiteful, crazy, out-of-control, always at each other’s throats and only interested in shaking their butts, servicing their men and getting in their pockets. Roland Martin sat down with some women…

I Am A Felon-Life After Prison Part 1 (Documentary)

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  I Am A Felon is a show that takes people who have committed felonies between the ages of 21 and 28 years old and places them in to a living social experiment to seek rehabilitation and a way back into society. The Idea is to take ten felons, men and women and document them over a course of time (two to for weeks, or enough to gain content) as…

The New Ron Paul Report – The Racism of the war on drugs.

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  Legal scholar and civil rights advocate Michelle Alexander tackles how the criminal justice system uses drugs laws to advance a new era of Jim Crow laws. She argues that although Jim Crow laws have been use eliminated, the racial caste system it set up was not eradicated. As the United States celebrates the nation’s “triumph over race” with the election of Barack Obama, the majority of young black men…

Welcome to Chiraq – Chiraq – Ep 1

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  In the first part of Noisey’s 8-part documentary Chiraq, we head to Englewood, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city of Chicago, to meet Chief Keef, the most famous rapper in the drill scene. Unfortunately at the time, Chief was facing legal trouble, so we instead found Young Chop, a producer credited with shaping drill music, and he gives us an overview of the scene. Later, fellow…

New Jersey Supreme Court Looking To Use Rap Lyrics In Trials

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  NYPD Examining Online Rap Videos For Crimes: Bun B Speaks On These Issues With MSNBC! SHOULD rap lyrics be used in court as evidence of a crime? Next week, the Supreme Court of New Jersey will hear a case that could help decide just that. At issue is a prosecutor’s extensive use of rap lyrics, composed by a man named Vonte Skinner, as evidence of his involvement in a…

Sunrise : Man turns into the Devil

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A UK man has spent more than $20,000 to look like the Devil and now calls himself Diablo Delenfer. He chats to Sunrise about why he did it.       [leadplayer_vid id=”53438D0BAFB2C”]