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Yuri and Malcolm

Truth really is stranger than fiction. Take the case of a Japanese-American woman and an African-American man.

May 19 was the birthdate of two people whose improbable lives crossed paths in the battle for civil rights. 283 more words

Music Monday - Douchebag

So I feel like my past couple of posts have just been going off on dumb people for dumb things they have said or done. And this post is no exception. 495 more words

Music Monday

Me, Us & Hennessy: Thoughts on Blackness, Brotherhood & Survival.

By: Terrence A. Merkerson

“I’ll tell y’all niggas right now, things have changed around here… all the wild niggas have calmed all the way down! That nigga that y’all met earlier today that was Polo’d down from head-to-toe, that nigga was a straight killer.. 1,349 more words


Support Black Owned Businesses

Few people realize the true spending power African Americans hold. According to Black Enterprise, the buying power of African-Americans was projected to be 1.1 trillion in 2015. 186 more words


Happy birthday, Fats!

Things have been a bit depressing for many of us lately, so let me bring a little bit of joy into your lives, courtesy Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller, who was born this day in New York, 1904. 62 more words

Posted By JD


Recently, I have gotten the feeling that everything I have come to believe in my life is unreal, or not true. Throughout my life I’ve felt like God has given me subtle hints about the purpose for which I was created. 635 more words


TRENDING: Actress Blake Lively’s Backside Causing Stir

Star of Gossip Girl and featured in several blockbuster movies, notable actress Blake Lively posted a split picture on Instagram with one side showing her face, and the other, her quite plump derriere…with the caption: 72 more words

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