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Twitter Rose Up And Wasn’t Letting Jemele Hill Go Out Like That


When the news of Jemele Hill's suspension broke, fans took to Twitter to voice their support of Hill. And guess what- Twitter, especially Black Twitter, wasn't letting her go out like that.

Here are some of the best tweets showing how Twitter

There’s Nothing Controversial About Colin Kaepernick’s July 4th Message


Back in the day, when my brother and I would start roughhousing, which would undoubtedly become a heated physical confrontation within minutes, we would invariably hear my grandmother's slippers, slowly scuffing across the wooden floor in our 11th

Donald Trump’s Black History Month Transcript – Week 2


***Satire Alert***

Donald Trump began Black History Month in grand style last week, talking about what such an amazing job Frederick Do

Champion Athletes Protesting Trump — Better Get Used To It


Within 24 hours after the New England Patriots shocked the

Donald Trump’s Black History Month Transcript – Week 1



Donald Trump began Black History Month in grand style last week, talking about what such an amazing j

The Beard Takes Center Stage At NBA All-Star Weekend


At this weekends NBA All-Star festivities in Toronto, the Eastern and Western Conference squads, respectively, are supposed to have 12 players. But on Kobe Bryant's last go-around, the west boasts an additional All-Star: James Hardens beard.

Ivy League Hoops: Ahead Of The Curve In Coaching Diversity


Quick trivia question – which Division I men’s basketball conference, other than those that oversee the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities like the MEAC and the SWAC, currently has the country’s highest co

Great Moments In Colored Cinema: Higher Learning


Back before John Singleton Kurt-Cobained his career with films like Baby Boy, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Four Brothers, he was considered one of the brightest and most prolific writers/directors of urban cinema to come into the game s

Black History Month Isn’t The Problem; You Are The Problem


Around this time last year, I went to a premiere at NYC’s prestigious Schomburg Center, and watched a documentary called

An Open Letter To Rick Ross And The Gangster Disciples, by Kevin Powell



I write this open letter with a great deal of sadness in my heart, and a great deal of concern for you, my brothers, my Black brothers. 12Page 2 of 2