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A lot of people are buzzing over Nick Cannon’s sudden departure from NBC. The actor recently told the company to kiss his rear end as he said that he would not allow this corporation to...

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Mental health is a very serious yet under diagnosed issue in our community. Meet poet and mental health advocate Yashi Brown, daughter of Rebbie Jackson. Yashi is living with type 1 Bipolar disorder. Here she...

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Watch this video of Min. Farrkah Watch this… The Daughter of Minister Farrakhan (Donna Farrakhan ) breaks down how the enemy uses "role reversal " in the black community.How does the enemy use the female...

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What Troubled Nina Simone ?

January 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Check out this mini interview of the legendary Nina Simone clearly expressing her disappointment in herself. It is said that Nina suffered from mental illness later on in her life and career.Regardless of the naysayers,...

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The Haunting Story of The Silent Twins

January 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Identical twins June and Jennifer Gibbons were born in Barbados. Their relationship was found to be very strange. Most people assume twins would have the best relationship siblings could have. In a review of one...

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Marla Gibbs on “Mary” from 227

December 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

The radiant actress Marla Gibbs is best known as Mary from the hit show 227. Did you know that the show was actually an adaptation of a stage play that her and her daughter produced?...

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Mae Jemison: I Wanted To Go Into Space

December 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mae Jamison is the first black female astronaut. This ambitious woman always dreamed of going into space as a young girl. Her determination and studies paid off when she flew on space shuttle Endeavour in...

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Many of you by now have heard the beautiful R&B Diva Michel’le accuse former boyfriend, music mogul, Dr. Dre of abuse. Michel’le also teamed up with Lifetime to bring her story to the big screen....

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DePaul University scholar and medical writer Harriet Washington is the author of Medical Apartheid. In this book she uncovers and exposes the tainted history of the unjust way blacks have been treated in the medical...

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You have got to check out this compelling performance by spoken word poet Ernestine Johnson. In this piece on the Arsenio Hall Show, she covers topics from her hair to the way white men perceive...

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