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Dr Claud Anderson – Reclaiming Your Gifts, The Power Of Black People

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  Dr. Claud Anderson is the current president of PowerNomics Corporation of America , Inc. The Harvest Institute, and WaterLand Fisheries, Inc. PowerNomics is a corporation that facilitates major business development, focusing on inner cities. PowerNomics is also a social-political-economic concept developed by Dr. Anderson that examines race and offers specific principles, strategies and activities for Black America to change behavior, establish accountability, and achieve unity of purpose in a…

All-Star Panel of black scholars speak up for black America

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The New Paradigm Tour was a huge success.  It wasn’t corporate sponsored.  We didn’t get political funding from either the Democrats or the Republicans.  We used our own money to go to several cities, gathering a collection of leading black intellectuals who care enough about the black community to give specific steps and information to help people build a better day for themselves and their families. Dr. Cornel West joined…

Dr Cornel West: America has become Morally Obscene

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The New Paradigm forum in Brooklyn New York was absolutely explosive.  In an historic meeting of leading black scholars and thinkers, the forum spoke to a jam packed auditorium filled with black people seeking a better day for their community.  The scholars at the event provided a wealth of information and specific action steps designed to make black America stronger and better for the future. The participants in the event…

10 Shocking Facts About McDonald’s

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McDonald’s is most well known for being the largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants in the world. It was started in 1940 as a family owned restaurant by brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald and was then purchased by business Ray Kroc who originally joined the company as a franchise agent in 1955. Kroc eventually oversaw the worldwide expansion of the restaurant into a multi-billion dollar corporation. The corporation serves…

This woman is 70, but she looks like she’s 40: Here’s why

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Annette Larkin’s has eaten a 100 percent raw, vegan diet for decades, and she is reaping the benefits. She refers to the diet as her own fountain of youth. She grows many of her own fruits and vegetables in her backyard and also collects rainwater. A raw vegan diet is free from all animal products, so Annette eats a lot of fruits, vegetables, and nuts. While Annette has followed this…

Interview with Sam Greenlee: Author of “The Spook who sat by the door”

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Sam Greenlee has an amazing story that you’ll want to hear.  May he rest in peace. Here is what they said about him on Colorines.com: Writer and filmmaker Sam Greenlee, best known for his 1969 novel “The Spook Who Sat by the Door,” passed away on Monday. He was 83. The novel tells the story of a CIA agent who uses his training to turn a Chicago street gang into a…

How the sports lottery is destroying the black male community

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Damario Solomon Simmons is the managing partner of Solomon Simmons Sharrock & Associates, Director of Oklahoma’s largest legal diversity program, and an adjunct professor for the University of Oklahoma’s African & African-American Studies Program. Like many young, black men who grow up in low-income, single parent households, his long time dream was to play in the NFL, but that dream was cut short when he tore his ACL during his…

Dr. Umar Johnson explains that black people are cowardly because they are broke

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  This is a great video, in which Dr. Umar Johnson tells the truths that many black people either don’t hear or don’t want to believe.  He explains that black people have been hammered in global economic warfare, largely because we are financially illiterate. Also, black people are cowardly because we are afraid of losing our jobs. What do you think? How often do you see a black person sit…

The last interview by Dorothy Height before she died

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Dorothy Height was an educator and administrator who was also a well known civil rights and women’s rights activist. She was born in Richmond, Virginia and moved to Rankin, Pennsylvania as a child. Despite being admitted to Barnard College in 1929, she was not allowed to attend because the school had an unwritten policy about only allowing two black students per year to attend the school. She instead attended New…

An interview with the great Paul Robeson

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Paul Robeson became involved in politics in response to the Spanish Civil War, fascism, and the social injustices.  It was during this time that Robeson reevaluated his career and decided to use his talents to highlight the plight faced by what he referred to as, “the common people.” In 1946, he founded the American Crusade Against Lynching.  Robeson also worked closely with trade unions as he believed they were integral…

Dr Boyce Watkins: Black people must stand up to toxic hip-hop

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In this video, Dr Boyce Watkins speaks about the importance of black people speaking up about toxic hip-hop music and harmful media. Dr Watkins explains that negative messages affect the thinknig of our children, and that the music only promotes the increased dysfunction that has occurred in black America over the last 40 years. He mentions the War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration, but also discusses the struggles of the…

This EMT’s voguing to Rihanna’s music got the Internet buzzing

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If you’re on the job and you’re driving an ambulance, you may want to check to see if your boss has a hidden camera on you.  This EMT was seen voguing and dancing his behind off to Rihanna’s “Pour it up.”  He gets so excited about what he’s hearing on the radio that he loses his mind and is turning the ambulance into a party. We don’t know if he…

This woman was $100,000 in debt, but not anymore

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Lynette Khalfani-Cox is a personal finance expert and a New York Times best selling author. She has been regularly appearing on the Russ Parr Morning Radio show since 2008. Ms. Khalfani-Cox has written a total of six personal finance books, and she also co-authored a series of four money-management books for children entitled, The Millionaire Kids Club. Her New York Times best-seller, Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom,…

If Beyonce’s baby brother is homeless, is that her responsibility?

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  Dr Boyce Watkins and S. Tia Brown talk about love, life and money:  Financial Lovemaking   In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and S. Tia Brown discuss Beyonce’s younger half brother recently becoming homeless. The little boy, whose name is Nixon Alexander Knowles, is the love child of Mathew Knowles, Beyonce’s father, and Alexsandra Wright. The child was conceived when Mr. Knowles had an affair while still married to…

Jill Scott explains how she lost all that weight, and more

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In this interview with The Breakfast Club, Jill Scott explains how she lost her weight, and how she manages her life.  Scott has received attention lately for making some major changes, and adopting a healthier lifestyle.  This has led some to say that she might be the sexiest celebrity in America. But not only is Jill seeking to be physically healthy, she also values her mental health.  Speaking with the…