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Dr. Umar Johnson – The Lies and Deception of the Black Middle Class

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Dr. Umar Johnson is a 37-year old Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Certified K-12 School Principal, and political scientist. He practices psychology privately in Pennsylvania and also serves as a special education evaluator. One of the components of these jobs is evaluating children between the ages of 3 and 21 to determine if there are any educational disabilities or needs that can be met through special education…

Michael Eric Dyson Speaks on the Soul of Hip Hop

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Michael Eric Dyson is known for being an academic, author, and radio host. He currently teaches sociology at Georgetown University, and he has written and edited 18 books on a variety of subjects. Dyson was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up there. He became an ordained minister at 19 and then did factory work to help support his family before entering Carson-Newman College. He earned his bachelor’s there, graduating…

Family Feud – Funny Steve Harvey Compilation

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Steve Harvey is an actor, comedian, television/radio personality and author who currently hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show and Family Feud. He was born in Welch, West Virginia and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. His father was a coal miner, and prior to being a successful comedian, actor, and radio personality, Harvey worked as a boxer, an insurance salesman, a carpet cleaner, and a mailman.  He has been married multiple…

Remember this? A young Mike Tyson explains why he dominates grown men

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Mike Tyson used to be the baddest man on the planet.  In fact, he could make grown men cry and take on anyone on earth.  The only opponent Mike couldn’t defeat was himself. We know how great Muhammad Ali was and how his story ended so tragically.  Evander Holyfield is now bankrupt and struggling from all of the children he’s made over the years.   The only boxer who seems…

Does Oprah still have a problem with gangster rappers?

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Oprah has a long and complex history with hip-hop.  She doesn’t hate all the rappers, but there are some rappers that she has had serious issues with.  Some of the leading beefs have been with Ludacris, Ice Cube and 50 Cent. Does she have a point?  Seriously, do you think that a woman who has been abused by men her entire life would ever have a reason to support anyone…

Is there a rivalry between African Americans and Africans?

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The show “On the Reel” with Tiara Williams, brings together the kinds of interesting conversations in the black community that we don’t get to see and hear in mainstream media.  The discussions are important opportunities for all of us to learn and grow as we decide on the joint trajectory of our community in the 21st century. This episode digs into the divide between Africans and African Americans.   African…

Suze Orman gives a retirement roadmap

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When you get old and gray, are you ready for whater retirement brings into your life?  Millions of Americans think that they are never going to grow old and spend as if life is going to stand still for them forever.  The problem with this form of logic is that you can’t work your butt off everyday for the rest of your life, since our backs eventually become too tired…

The Life Story Of Usher (Full Movie)

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    Usher, born Usher Raymond IV, is an R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, and entrepreneur. Usher was born in Dallas, Texas but grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has been married once and has two sons.   Usher’s first experiences with performing include joining a local R&B quintet, NuBeginnings, at age 11. He competed on Star Search at age 13 which landed him an audition with L.A. Reid who…

Michael Eric Dyson debates Stephen A. Smith about Mark Cuban

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Stephen A. Smith is an intelligent man, very sharp.  But he’s not nearly as sharp as Michael Eric Dyson.  So, watching these two men debate is a little bit like watching Michael Jordan playing one-on-one against the guy who plays ball with his buddies on the weekends.  In other words, no comparison. The two engaged in a heated debate on ESPN about the recent remarks by Mark Cuban, who stated…

Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea

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    Shaquille O’Neal is a retired NBA player. At 7 feet 1 inch tall and weighing 325 pounds, he is one of the heaviest players to have ever played in the league. O’Neal was drafted in 1992 as the first overall pick by the Orlando Magic. He won Rookie of the Year and played for the Magic for four years. After signing with the Los Angeles Lakers as a…

Michael Jackson’s Holographic Ghost Performs Slave To The Rhythm

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  Michael Jackson is one of the most prolific musicians in American history. Known as the King of Pop, Jackson’s contributions to music, dance, and fashion made him a pop culture icon. His musical career began in 1968 with The Jackson 5, a group that included his brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon. Jackson began his solo career in 1971, and by the 1980s, he had became a worldwide superstar…

Thomas Sowell: Why Prohibition Failed And Drugs Should Be Legalized

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              Thomas Sowell is an African American economist, social theorist, political philosopher, and author. He was born in North Carolina but grew up in Harlem. After dropping out of high school, he served in the Marine Corps.           After leaving the service, Sowell attended Harvard University and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s in economics. He then went on to earn his master’s in economics from Columbia…

Homelessness, Forbidden Love, and Heartbreak: Ella Fitzgerald Discusses Her Failed Interracial Relationship

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  Ella Fitzgerald was an African American jazz vocalist who had a distinctive voice that ranged three octaves and earned the nicknames, “First Lady of Song,” and “Queen of Jazz.” She had a career than spanned 60 years, selling more than 40 million copies of more than 70 albums. Born in Newport News, Virginia, her family moved to Yonkers, New York as part of the first waive of migration of…

Malcolm X: Make It Plain

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              Malcolm X was a Muslim minister and human rights activist who played a crucial role in advocating for the rights of African Americans in the United States and in doing so became one of the most influential African Americans in history. He was born Malcolm Little in 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska and was orphaned by the time was a teenager due to his father’s murder and his mother’s…

Kelly Price Talks About Her New Album And R&B Divas

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    Kelly Price is a Grammy nominated R&B singer-songwriter. She has been nominated for a total of 7 Grammy Awards. She got her start in the music industry after being discovered by Mariah Carey who introduced Price to her then husband Tommy Mottola. Price sung backup vocals for the likes of Faith Evans, Aretha Franklin, Brian McKninght, SWV, and R.Kelly. Her first solo album was Soul of a Woman…