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Where Did All The Black People Go?

Throughout history so many nefarious tactics have been created in hopes of making Black people docile, uneducated, invisible, and utterly useless in American society, it is a miracle that we have thrived and achieved in areas of political, social, and economical advancements thus far. 440 more words

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'He Got Game' (1998): Review

Directed by: Spike Lee || Produced by: Jon Kilik, Spike Lee

Screenplay by: Spike Lee || Starring: Denzel Washington, Ray Allen, Rosario Dawson, Jim Brown, Bill Nunn, Zelda Harris, Milla Jovovich, Hill Harper, Joseph Lyle Taylor… 1,009 more words

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Mayor of Annapolis Edited Himself into that Annoying Road to the Final Four Commercial

Charles Barkley, Spike Lee and Samuel L. Jackson star in a bunch of confusing commercials to promote the Final Four. One features Charles Barkley driving to Annapolis, Maryland instead of Indianapolis because he thought the Final Four was “in the Annapolis.” The two cities are about 600 miles apart so if you think about what happens in the commercial for more than a second, it makes no sense.  75 more words

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Mayor Mike Pantelides Parodies NCAA 'In The Annapolis' Ad

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Striking while the iron is hot. The mayor in Annapolis is taking quick advantage of the NCAA Tournament commercial featuring Charles Barkley, Samuel L. 251 more words

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Kerry Washington Honored With GLAAD Award

Actress Kerry Washington, director Roland Emmerich, the film ‘The Imitation Game’ and television shows ‘Transparent’ and ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ have received great accolades from GLAAD. 63 more words

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