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Black Media

As Byron Allen Buys The Grio, Jet and Ebony Owners Sellout to Texas Firm

  by Yvette Carnell With many black media companies not seeing the earnings of their white counterparts, some companies are getting out of publishing. Johnson Publishing is leaving the stage

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Blacks Against Empire: 7 Things You Never Knew About the Black Panther Party

The Black Panther Party was birthed in Oakland, Ca. to become the fiercest African-American armed opposition movement this country has

Comedian Kamau Bell Wants to Buy Klansman a Piece of Pie and Chat in Coffee Shop

by Yvette Carnell W. Kamau Bell is going to “explore” the Ku Klux Klan in his new series ‘United Shades

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Race & Racism

Boys Will be Boys, Unless They’re Black, In Which Case They’re Men Headed to Prison

Dr. Steve Perry is still getting roasted for posting a celebratory tweet about convincing black boys to cut their hair. The problem for black boys, however, is not aesthetics so

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Black Politics

Supreme Court Denies Kwame Kilpatrick’s Appeal, Vacates Ex Virginia Governor’s Corruption Conviction

by Yvette Carnell Two corrupt politicians; one black, one white. The black one is serving the longest sentence for political corruption in American history, while the white one was just

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The Engine of America Runs on Black Failure: Issuing Fines to Poor Blacks Keeps Cities Afloat

 The tension that led to the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri after Michael Brown was gunned down by then-officer Darren Wilson

Alabama Cop Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Man at Gunpoint After Noise Violation

The United States Supreme Court just gutted the Fourth Amendment and handed over the rights of citizens to one of

Ohio Man Who Allegedly Threatened to Cut Black Neighbors Warns: “Donald Trump Will Fix Them”

A new Bloomberg Politics national poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 49 percent to 37 percent among likely voters in November’s election, so

In 12 States, More Than Half the Prison Population is Black: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi….

The Sentencing Project’s study, The Color of Justice: Racial and Ethnic Disparity in State Prisons, lays out a bleak glimpse into

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