March 9th: Critical Race Theory, Breitbart, and What Biggie Has To Do With It

Mo the Educator’s critical analysis of the controversy surrounding Barack Obama’s connection to critical race theory.

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Blending hip hop and chess to inspire youngsters

From blending hip hop and chess to inspire youngsters, to sharing the experiences of one African American child walking through the Public Educational system, award winning author and lecturer, Adisa Banjoko’s story is truly an American Dream. Prepare to be inspired. So you were recently named the West Coast editor of NewsOne.com. How did that…

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Musiq Soulchild New Ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Atlantic Records Recording Artist Musiq Soulchild announced his new role as ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Circle of Promise, a movement designed to further engage black women around the globe in the fight against breast cancer. As an ambassador for the movement, Musiq will raise awareness about breast cancer so that younger…

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Denzel Washington’s Penn Commencement Speech

Denzel Washington, internationally renowned actor and director, delivered the address at the University of Pennsylvania’s 255th Commencement on Monday, May 16. Washington is one of the nation’s preeminent performing artists, having achieved wide acclaim for his film, theatrical and television performances, as well as his accomplishments in film directing and television production. Washington has received…

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Pop star, “Sweet Micky” declared Haiti president

Michel Martelly, a Haitian popular singer known by the stage name “Sweet Micky,” was officially declared the earthquake-devastated country’s next president, election officials said Wednesday.

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California Republican apologizes after sending racist Obama e-mail

Orange County Republican party official Marilyn Davenport apologized Monday night to fellow party members for sending out an email depicting President Obama’s head on the body of an ape.

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Notorious B.I.G.’s FBI murder case files released

More than 350 pages of FBI files will give those interested in the case plenty to pore over in the coming days.

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New Study: Black women’s hair loss tied to weaving

Very tight braiding or weaving may be linked to a permanent type of hair loss that affects many African American women, according to a U.S. study.

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