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May 29, 2014

Dave Chappelle to headline his first ever stand-up at Radio Hall in June. www.blacklikemoi.com

Dave Chappelle to Co-Headline Highly Anticipated Block Party With The Roots And Others

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Reported by April Taylor Nearly a decade after hosting one of the most well known block parties in history, Dave Chappelle is set to “wow” audiences again by co-headlining his first ever stand-up at Radio City Music Hall in June. The initial block party took place September 18, 2004 in Brooklyn, New York and featured The Roots, BlackStar, The Fugees, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, and many other musical legends. Now,…

Montel Williams Lays Into Obama Over VA Scandal

Montel Williams Lays Into Obama Over VA Scandal

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Former talk show host Montel Williams is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and as a veteran, he is outraged over Pres. Obama’s handling of the VA scandal. According to reports, at least 40 veterans have died while waiting for treatment at VA hospitals. Appearing on Fox News, Williams said what disturbed him most is that Obama had an opportunity to apologize for the VA’s mishandling of injured veterans…

Will Smith Interview – Before his Box Office Super Stardom

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Will Smith is widely known for starring in such blockbuster films as Independence Day, Men In Black, and Bad Boys, but before Smith was an actor, he was a rapper.  Smith got his start in entertainment as the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. The group was most known for the tracks “Parents Just Don’t Understand” and “Summertime.”  The duo won the first ever…

Common on MLK Jr. Conspiracies (Throwback)

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Common, who was born Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr., is a Chicago born hip hop artist who has used the platform as a way to speak out about political issues.   Common debuted with the 1992 album Can I Borrow A Dollar? Like Water for Chocolate was Common’s first major-label album, and he earned significant commercial success and widespread critical acclaim for his work.  A string of awards followed including winning…

10 Things you may not know about Black Greek Letter Organizations

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There are many historically Black fraternal organizations that have highly esteemed members across the country. There’s Congressman John Lewis, a member of Phi Beta Sigma, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Phylicia Rashad, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and so many more great people. Here are a few things you may not know about the history of black Greek letter organizations: 1.)  The…

Family of Deαd Disabled Man Receive $11 Million Dollar Medical Bill

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After the family of a disabled man filed a wrongful deαth lawsuit against the state institution that was caring for him at the time of his passing, they received an $11 million dollar medical bill in the mail. Rasheen Rose, 33, died two years ago at a state institution in Queens, New York and his family have since filed a lawsuit accusing the staff of being responsible for his deαth….

Teen Mυrdered Parents for Taking Away iPod

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A 16 year old Virginia teen admitted to mυrdering both his parents because they took away his ipod. In a court appearance on Wednesday, tenth grader Vincent Parker admitted that he cruelly beαt his parents to deαth last year after his dad took away his iPod. “I just remember getting mad,” Parker said in court. “It’s all from my dad. All this stuff like my dad taking away my iPod…