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KRS-One: Real Men Don't Exist in Mainstream Hip-Hop via @DJVlad

KRS-One breaks down hip-hop and gives a great lesson as to why real men don’t exist in mainstream hip-hop.


MLK Sons Drops One Part Of Lawsuit Against Sister

The children of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr have moved one step forward to end the legal proceedings against each other. The Estate of Martin Luther King Jr Inc., where the late civil right’s leaders sons… 388 more words


J BAP reblogged this on Magic 106.3 FM and commented:

Only time will tell us whether or not the King siblings can find a place of common ground and compromise.

Top Black History Month events in Atlanta

The Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday observance is the unofficial beginning of the annual Black History Month celebration.

This year, the metro Atlanta area has planned a plethora of events and activities under the Black History theme. 728 more words


Victims of Hate: Geraldine's Newspaper Collection During the 1960s

Read Geraldine’s biography here.

Image taken from the Geraldine Wilson Papers Collection at the Schomburg Center

During her time with Freedom Summer, Geraldine kept record of the events occurring in the South involving missing and murdered blacks and civil rights activists. 1,568 more words

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Black History Month and Easter Cantata

                                Black History Month–February 2015 

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                    African Attire Dress Sunday in 1130 Gospel Service

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                       African American Heritage Bus Tour

Sign up with Ch Smith; bus departs Chapel Center 1000… 91 more words

Black History

Malcolm X and the Black Bourgeoisie

I spend a bit of time in my United States History and African-American Studies course talking about the greatness of Malcolm X. I do contend that by his death he had not fully reasoned with his anger, but instead, moved past it toward a conclusion of racial reconciliation. 754 more words

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