J. Cole Shares Blueprint For Boycotting the NFL Via Twitter

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Many of us watched yesterday to see how things would unfold during the NFL games after Trump’s “sons of b******”  remark, and it was a beautiful thing to see so many of the players taking a knee, in spite of Read more

#FancysThoughts: This Journalist’s Tweet Just Broke Down Trump’s Perspective of Black Athletes


First let me say, I am so proud of the Black athletes like, Steph Curry and Lebron James, who have spoken out since Trump made his comment about firing the players who kneel. I love it.  I don’t follow sports Read more

March For Civility to Bring People Together Against Hate, Violence, Racism, Injustice, September 23, 2017 at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.

(Washington, D.C.) – On September 23rd, 2017 thousands will unite together against hate, violence, racism and injustice at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. for the March for Civility.  Ken Nwadike, Jr. of the Free Hugs Project and his organization RestoreCivility.org, are leading Read more

Suspect In Custody For “Racially Motivated” Murders in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge currently has a suspect in custody for two possibly “racially motivated killings” that occurred last week. A Baton Rouge news station, reported that there may be someone attacking Black men last Thursday. According to the story, the suspect Read more

#FancysThoughts: That Time Jermichael Finley Forgot He IS Black


Earlier this week, former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley took to Twitter to share his disgruntled thoughts on Black players speaking on social injustice and politics, and his wife, who is white politely shut him down. In his Read more

Charlottesville Vice Mayor Shows the City is Standing in Unity


Charlottesville’s Vice Mayor Dr. Wesley Bellamy took to Instagram this morning to show, Charlottesville is united and grateful for the ultimate sacrifice that Heather Heyer, the 32-year old paralegal who was killed over the weekend standing against hatred and bigotry. Read more

So Pam Returning to Work? Clay County Official Who Called the First Lady An Ape Never Fired

Remember Pam, who made the comment about First Lady Michelle Obama looking like an ape in heels on her Facebook page? Yes, the same Pamela Ramsey Taylor who was the director of the Clay County Development Corporation in West Virginia Read more

Baton Rouge Artist Finds Hate Note and Spit Left on His Truck 

A Baton Rouge artist, ChaYsuh HighDef, received a nasty note along with the insult of spit on his truck last night, while parked at his apartment complex in the LSU community last night. ChaYsuh says he went down to his Read more

Steak ‘n Shake Manager Tells Students, “You’re Lucky I Served You N****** Anything


Missouri Valley College students refused service at their local Steak ‘n Shake franchise restaurant, “You’re lucky I served you niggers anything,” stated the store manager of the 24-hour location in Belleville, Missouri. The fast-food chain Steak ‘n Shake is best known for its Read more

Just Say the Word Jesse- How Every Millennial Should Have Listened Last Night


I don’t usually watch the BET Awards, and I still feel some kind of way after some of the skits last night, but none of that compares to Jesse Williams accepting the Humanitarian of the Year Award. I can’t watch Read more

University of Missouri Football Players Boycott

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  Over two dozen University of Missouri football players are currently boycotting until the Missouri System’s president, Tim Wolfe is terminated or resigned due to Wolfe’s response to racist incidents occurring on campus. Several players made their announcements via Twitter Read more

Reviews by Michele L: “Supermodel”


This weekend I had the pleasure of seeing the film, Supermodel at the American Black Film Festival. I was looking forward to seeing the film, because of course as an accomplished model, I was interested in watching the young woman’s Read more