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This man believes that single black mothers doing it all alone are causing a breakdown of the black community

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This man has a lot to say about single mothers and families without fathers.  Here is what he had to say on his youtube video about the state of the black family and the role that black women are playing in the problems that continue to plague us: “Unmarried Black Women who have kids are responsible for DESTROYING BLACK AMERICA. By having kids without a HUSBAND, JOB or EDUCATION. These…

Africans started slavery – how it REALLY happened

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Continuation from the other video, starting at minute 1:01 the professor explains how Slavery started with Africans. THE REAL STORY!! *WARNING* The following video contains TRUE and real education, which will be VERY hard for hoodrats to digest. If your a hoodrat, then you might not want to watch this, because the truth you cannot handle!!     [leadplayer_vid id=”533FB2D8C768C”]

Unknown Facts: Black History

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Black History is American History. This piece cites many amazing African Americans who’s contribution to our nation often go unrecognized. This video is brought to you by S4T Works, a multimedia education non profit, specializing in workshops that fuse education and the arts.       [leadplayer_vid id=”5334BB24209F8″]

Prestigious Performance Center Honors Alma J. Powell

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger The wife of former Secretary of State Colin Powell was honored by the Lincoln Center Education for her work as an advocate for education on Tuesday. Alma Powell led the America’s Promise Alliance, an education advocate that works with more than 350 organizations. The APA guides and coordinates efforts to help young people connect with vital resources that improve their chance of educational success. Powell also…

Magic Johnson Encourages Black People To Work Hard For Their Dreams

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By David Bloodsaw The Tampa Bay Times reports that Earvin “Magic” Johnson was the keynote speaker at the eighth annual Black, Brown College Bound Summit, recently held in Tampa Bay, Florida. The BBCB is a 4-day conference that addresses the underrepresentation of Blacks and Hispanics in higher education through a series of workshops and panel discussions. In addition, national leaders, experts, and students meet to brainstorm strategies for increasing the…

Professor Reprimanded for Teaching Structural Racism

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by Barry Burch Jr. Professors carry the heavy weight of providing a sound education in a constantly changing world and without the backing of the schools where they teach, they are left to students who may not politely agree with their insight. Three white male students at Minneapolis Community and Technical College did not agree with their black female professor.  The school clearly agreed with the students, and the professor was formally reprimanded by school officials,…

Dr. Boyce Watkins and Min. Louis Farrakhan: Black People Must Support Each Other Economically

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This video is part of the New Paradigm tour, which has gone to New York, Chicago and Washington DC.  To support the tour, please consider buying a copy of the DVD at a discount price by clicking this link.  The education you receive will last forever.   [leadplayer_vid id=”52976C9CDDB8C”] Special Bonus:  Buy now and receive a 15% discount.  Just use the code 15%off at checkout.   Get empowered Now!!!

Dr. Steve Perry: How He Rose Out of the Projects to Become America’s Most Trusted Educator

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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. [leadplayer_vid id=”5293019CB457E”]

Idris Elba Plays Convincing Role in “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”

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By Lillian Armstead The actor Idris Elba who is playing the role of Nelson Mandela in the movie “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” spent countless hours studying video footage and rehearsing scripts to understand the mind, mannerism and speech of the 95 year old Nelson Mandela. Elba was convinced that he could transform himself into the former South African leader during the six months of filming in South Africa. Not…

President Obama is Showing Mandela Film at the White House

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President Barack Obama is having an exclusive and special screening of The Weinstein Co. movie  “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” at the White House on Nov. 7th. The highly anticipated film follows the life and times of well-respected Nelson Mandela through his early years, coming of age, getting his education, 27 torturous years in prison, as well as when he became president and helped to rebuild Africa in many ways….

Jaden Smith Thinks “Kids Should Drop Out of School”

Jaden Smith Thinks “Kids Should Drop Out of School”

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  By: Madam Prezident Jaden Smith is following in the footsteps of his father in the entertainment industry, but I’m not sure whose footsteps he’s following when it comes to education.  Jaden Smith is a self-made teenage millionaire who was born into fortune, so his perception on education should differ from normal middle class America. When Jaden Smith announces his advice on education, it should be no surprise that a…

Kevin Hart Makes Deal to Avoid Jail for His DUI Charge: Going 90 MPH at Twice the Legal Limit

Kevin Hart Makes Deal to Avoid Jail for His DUI Charge: Going 90 MPH at Twice the Legal Limit

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At least Kevin Hart is taking responsibility for his actions.  He was arrested for drunken driving, which is a sloppy, irresponsible activity that leads to the deaths of young children, parents and other people every year.  Kevin did apologize for what he did on Twitter, which means that if he’s caught doing this stuff again, you have no reason to have sympathy for him. He’s not going to be in…

Kayla Henriques was sentenced to fifteen years in prison

Woman Sentenced to 15 Years For Murder Involving Facebook Fight

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Reported by Malcolm Morrow Kayla Henriques, 20, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for manslaughter for the murder of her boyfriend’s sister, Kamisha Richards, 22, during an altercation in February 2011. The fight stemmed from borrowed money. Richards loaned Henriques $20 to purchase diapers and other supplies for her son, who was one years old at the time. Instead of purchasing the aforementioned items, Henriques decided to spend the…

Kamara Taylor: What Did Brown Vs. Board of Education Really Do For Black Children?

Kamara Taylor: What Did Brown Vs. Board of Education Really Do For Black Children?

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By: Kamara Taylor The Economic Resurrection of Brown v. Board of Education The idea that the legislative landmark of Brown v. Board helped to end school segregation can be looked at as another ploy to manipulate minds into the old Negro way of thinking.  Theoretically, schools were integrated as Blacks were allowed to attend school with White counterparts.  But economic disparities quickly changed this form of integration. The idea that…

3 New York Teachers Are Suing A High School Principal For Racist Treatment

3 New York Teachers Are Suing A High School Principal For Racist Treatment

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By: Madam Prezident The conversation of big lips and nappy hair is still happening in America. Oddly, two educators were denied tenure and descriptions  such as ‘Nappy Hair ‘and ‘big lips’ were used to describe them by their Principal Minerva Zanca.  I’ve worked in education, in the classroom and the administrative side and teaching children isn’t an easy task. Every educator in America deserves a strong level of respect. I’m…