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William Patterson Explains Steps To Independently Gain Wealth, Power, and Success

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  William R. Patterson is a renowned executive coach, award-winning lecturer, and national best-selling author.  He is the CEO and co-founder of The Baron Solution Group; the company holds business and personal finance workshops in cities across the United States based on the strategies Patterson outlines in his book, “The Baron Son.”  The company is a Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise. Patterson co-founded and co-authored the company and book with…

Meet the Black Republican Who Doesn’t Think Poor People Are Lazy and Listens to Lil Wayne

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Darius Foster is a Republican candidate currently running for a seat in the Alabama State House. What’s odd about that? Not much, until you listen to what Foster has to say about himself. The first thing he wants you to know is that he’s not your stereotypical black Republican. For example, Foster says the last concert he attended was Lil Wayne, that he went without heat for half a winter…

Trolley driver said black men stabbed and shot him, but he was lying

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Reported by Liku Zelleke Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl has said that an RTA bus driver who claimed that three black teenagers shot and stabbed him is lying. Biehl said that key elements of Rickey Wagner’s story could not have occurred as he had described them, leading to a deeper investigation into the situation. On a release on the Dayton Regional Transportation Authority’s website, RTA Executive Director Mark Donaghy said…

Norman Pardo a former friend and manager of OJ Simpson says OJ was paid 600000 to say he wrote a book titled If I Did It. www.blacklikemoi.com

OJ Simpson Was Paid $600K to Say He Authored a Book Outlining How He Would’ve Killed His Wife

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Reported by Andrew Scot Bolsinger New revelations about the O.J. Simpson case have come out as the 20-year mark since his infamous white Bronco ride through Los Angeles freeways returns attention to the disgraced hall of fame running back. Simpson’s close friend and former manager claimed Tuesday that Simpson did not, in fact, write the controversial book “If I Did It.” The book centered around the idea of how Simpson – who was…

Sunday Morning Stickup: How T.D. Jakes Uses Prosperity Gospel to Rob Church Members And Why He Kicked Out One Of His Elders For Telling The Truth

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Many know Bishop T.D. Jakes as the internationally acclaimed preacher, author, teacher, and pastor of the megachurch The Potter’s House.   While Jakes’ has many adoring followers, not everyone is a supporter.  David Lee is one of those people.  Lee attended the Potter’s House and worked with Jakes for 20 years participating in many non-profit organizations and traveling the world evangelizing. However, all of that changed when Lee published a book…

Black Cop Reveals How He Outsmarted the KKK and David Duke

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White supremacists always posit the idea that there is some innate difference between blacks and whites, but as one black detective explains, even notorious racist David Duke can’t tell the difference between a black man and a white one over the phone. The black detective explains for the first time how he was able to trick Duke and the KKK into giving him a leadership position within the organization. Detective…

Video of a tearful LeVar Burton watching the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter reach 1 million DOLLARS in donations has surfaced. www.Blacklikemoi.com

LeVar Burton Brought to Tears While Thanking “Reading Rainbow” Donors

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Reported by Kacie Whaley Video of a tearful LeVar Burton watching the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter reach $1 million in donations has surfaced. That was the goal amount of funds that Burton—former Reading Rainbow host— and his crew were hoping to raise in order to revive the long-running, award-winning children’s program. The television show— which was dedicated to sparking kids’ interest in reading from 1983-2006—is not only attempting to make its…

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…

The 9 Words That Changed Dr. Maya Angelou’s Life Forever – Super Soul Sunday – Oprah Winfrey Network

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Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Annie Johnson on April 4, 1928  in St. Louis, Missouri.  After her parents divorce at the age of three, she went to live in Stamps, Arkansas with her grandmother.  There she grew up under Jim Crow laws that legally enforced racial discrimination. She was given the nickname Maya by her brother who had a stutter and could not pronounce her name.  He called her My…

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…

Investigator’s Bombshell Revelation: O.J. Simpson’s Son Was the Real Kιller

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O.J. Simpson has always maintained his innocence, even going so far as to commit himself to finding the real kιllers of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. A private investigator now says he’s found the real killer and although the assailant shares the last name as the convicted kιller, it’s not O.J. In a book titled “O.J. Simpson is Innocent and I Can Prove It”, William C. Dear lays out…

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…

13-year old girl has published several of her own books

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger A Brooklyn eighth grader turned her hobby of reading and writing stories into a profession. Angela Content, 13, has always loved to read, according to her mother Marie. The more she read the more she wanted to write a story of her own. That drive channeled into two self-published books currently available at Amazon and other online booksellers. Marie Content told CBS New York she did…

Sherri Shepherd’s ex-husband claims she’s a horrible mother

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The divorce proceedings of Sherri Shepherd are starting to get very ugly, very fast.  Even as Shepherd’s current husband, Lamar Sally, has filed divorce papers against Shepherd, her first husband has joined in the legal conversation.  Jeffrey Tarpley, the father of Shepherd’s son Jeffrey Jr, is now demanding that he get full custody of the child, claiming that she is a horrible mother. According to TMZ, Tarpley is alleging that…

Michael Jackson’s Bodyguards Spill The Beans On His Love Life

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Insider information on the life of eccentric artist and King of Pop  Michael Jackson has been released, in a book written by his bodyguards on his life. Javon Beard and Bill Whitfield penned the book, titled, Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days. The tell-all is set to be released in June. The bodyguards give their accounts on the pop star’s last days and affairs. Dailymail reports…