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Video: This black man created potato chips

June 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

After a customer complained that his French fries were too thick, Chef George Crum, who worked in a Saratoga Springs, NY restaurant accidentally created the potato chip. He took a potato and sliced it very...

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Mikaila Ulmer is just too darn cute! If you’ll recall, she is the creator and owner of BeeSweet Lemonade—and she’s only 10 years old. The young lady stated that her idea for the name of...

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Fredericka Whitfield is being asked to do some explaining after this commment. Take a look and tell us what you think. Is there any interpretation that could be had for this one? Texas police have...

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We are about to take you back! Way back! Back into time! Before Janet Jackson was a singing sensation, she was an actress on a few well known sitcoms in the 70’s and 80’s. In...

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The world misses B.B. King.  The reigning KING of blues and guitar soul legend passed away recently on May 14, 2015. In this rare clip, he talks about what made him start playing the guitar...

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Recently, various social media outlets had an article circulating around that legendary actress Ruby Dee had died when in fact, she left us last year on June 11, 2014. In remembrance of this extraordinary actress...

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In this rare clip, Malcolm X and literary legend James Baldwin discuss the protest tactics that black people, specifically college students, were practicing during that time. Malcolm X, who was known for his unconventional methods...

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We won’t say that this woman looks ridiculous, but that’s probably what you’re thinking. Apparently, the Chicago woman’s car started to hydroplane and she fell into the water. As a passing motorist tried to help...

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This is an old video about the state of black colleges during World War II.  Black colleges were critical for supporting the nation during time of war, often training some of the best minds that...

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From Youtube: Professor Rachel Dolezal discusses the connection with the Black Power movement & hairstyles in the African American experience. Student models will showcase ancient to modern Afrocentric hairstyles & apparel. Dolezal has been the...

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