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By Lillian Armstead East African nations will strategically move in on the hostile leader of South Sudanese, Riek Machar if the rebellious leader does not accept their offer to end the attacks which could prove detrimental to large numbers of people, said the president of Uganda. Shortly after President Yoweri Museveni made a broadcast to […]
In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins talks about the state of black athletes and why many of them are similar to KFC Chickens or cattle who are bred and raised for one purpose. Do you agree? Do too many athletes live in a state o bliss without the intellectual tools to be productive members of […]
Jesse Jackson and Nelson Mandela have both been fighting for freedom for years. Rev. Jackson was a close friend of Mandela’s and stood among those who mourned the leader’s passing earlier this week. The Jackson team sent us a few pictures of the two icons together, and we thought we’d share them. Please enjoy.
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Dr. Boyce Watkins and Doshon Farad talk about the hard work being done to keep black men from reaching their potential. Join Dr. Boyce Watkins, Dr. Steve Perry, Dr. Towanna Freeman, Etan Thomas and Janks Morton for the New Paradigm forum to be held in Washington DC on 12/1. You can learn more here. […]
Dr. Steve Perry explains that education is the best way to free black people. He tells his story after being selected as one of the Root 100.
We know that black people are great, but how great are we choosing to be? The panelists for New Paradigm New York explain that our greatness goes as far as we choose to take it. The first stop of the New Paradigm tour was Chicago with Minister Louis Farrakhan. The second stop was […]
Remember Herman Cain? He was the guy who thought he might be President of the United States, but got in trouble because he couldn’t keep his urges in his pants. Well, Cain is back and still fighting for his damaged reputation. The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO says that he doesn’t want the rest of his […]
Anne-Sophie Leclere was suspended by the National Front in France after calling Christiane Taubira a “monkey,” who she would “rather see in trees than in the government.” Anne Sophie Leclere is a mayoral candidate in Rethel, in the Ardennes. The mayoral candidate posted on her Facebook page an image of a baby monkey with a […]
A group of pastors in New York city have decided to make it their mission to undermine the growing political power of Rev. Al Sharpton. Sharpton has gained national prominence and a stronger mainstream presence during the last five years since the election of President Barack Obama. Critics claim that Sharpton has used his power […]
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is going to prison for a very long time. He received 28 years in prison for over a dozen charges. The charges include racketeering, extortion and filing false tax returns. He apologized to the court afterward. “I say with every morsel of my being that I’m sorry to […]
The senate race in the state of New Jersey is getting interesting and ugly. One of the latest oddities that have come up is the allegation that Democratic candidate Cory Booker is gay. Booker was asked this question by the Washington Post, who may be wondering why he refuses to come out of the closet. […]
By: Kamara Taylor With crime being ever so rampant in minority communities, we tend to overlook the biggest threat and killer that continues to destroy homes and the family dynamic. This terrible menace is CANCER. As Angelina Jolie has become the face of the BRCA 1 gene by removing both b*****s to prevent the likelihood […]
Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe is probably one of the most controversial leaders in the world. He is determined to make everything black-owned, even if by force. Is this fair to those who are having their assets taken? Some say “no,” but others point to years of colonialism, where whites were the ones going to Africa […]