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Minister Louis Farrakhan has always been on point with his perspectives in regards to politics, race, class and wealth, so this time things are no different. The famous minister of the Nation of Islam is now speaking...

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Once beloved comedian Steve Harvey just can’t stop embarrassing himself in the name of current POTUS Donald Trump and at this point, black people have completely given up on him, his books, his movies and...

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There are lots of people in society who feel that it is necessary to voice their opinions about individuals that currently reside within the LGBT community. Some even say that it’s an unnatural act, while...

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A young man has now spent more than $70,000 on plastic surgery in hopes of becoming “a genderless alien” and he is also hopeful that he will soon be able to remove his genitalia all...

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Star and leading actor of The Young and the Restless, Mr. Eric Braeden, is not one to forgive and forget as easily as most. After grabbing attention for his alleged set feud with former TV son...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS President Donald Trump recently said that he believes that former President Barack Obama has allegedly been behind all of the leaks that have taken place within his administration, as well as the...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Actor Chris Evans has played in many movies and is labeled as an A-List actor. He has been best known for his superhero roles as the Marvel Comic character for Captain America...

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Will White People Soon Turn On Donald Trump?

February 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

BY: NISHA THOMAS Donald Trump was recently witnessed in a FOX interview telling the truth about America, it’s violent history and so much more. Could he soon be the enemy of white people everywhere? Being...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Minister Louis Farrakhan is an African American Muslim preacher, activist, as well as a brilliant social commentator. He is also the leader of the Nation of Islam and has served as a...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS HBCU’s are a large part of our black history and because they exist there are many African Americans who have been able to go to college and further their education, as well...

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