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On Black People Drinking Obama’s “Black Jesus Kool-Aid”: 18 Most Revealing Quotes About Black Wealth From Media Mogul Byron Allen

Antonio Moore recently interviewed black media mogul Byron Allen about black wealth in America. The video is posted below, but here are the top 18 revelations and quotes from Allen’s

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Rev. Al Sharpton Worries About What Happens When Obama’s Symbolic Black Family “Walks Out of There”

by Yvette Carnell Rev. Al Sharpton said in an interview with Vanity Fair that he fears for Black America without President Obama: First he worries about an America without Barack

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In Negro Whisperer Hunger Games Saga, Joy-Ann Reid May Replace Melissa Harris-Perry

by Yvette Carnell MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry lasted longer than most other Negro whisperers at the network. Not realizing she’d been brought onboard specifically to interpret Obama to white people, as

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Melissa Harris-Perry Tells All on ‘The View’: My “Show Had Basically Been Canceled…I Wasn’t There Anymore”

Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry appeared on ‘The View’ to discuss her contentious parting of ways with the network. Harris-Perry used a dating analogy to describe how she’d been dumped

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MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid Says “Most African-Americans Are Not Poor” Because She Doesn’t Understand Poverty

by Yvette Carnell Last night during the Democratic presidential debate, Bernie Sanders said “when you’re white you don’t know what it’s like to be living in a ghetto…” and now

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Tavis Smiley: Black Clinton Voters May Switch to Trump in General Election

In South Carolina and on Super Tuesday, African-American voters came out overwhelmingly for the candidate favored to become the Democratic nominee–Hillary Clinton. According to Tavis Smiley, however, it would be

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Melissa Harris-Perry Walks Out on MSNBC Show: “I am not a Token, Mammy, or Little Brown Bobble Head”

by Yvette Carnell For well over a year (see here and here), I have been predicting the end of a group of black pundits who I derisively refer to as

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Oprah Winfrey in 1989: “I Think a Lot of People Still Use the Slavery Experience as an Excuse”

by Yvette Carnell In an essay that catapulted him to national prominence, Ta-Nehisi Coates argued in favor of reparations in the pages of The Atlantic. Coates’ essay, although well researched

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Sorry Ta-Nehisi Coates, The NAACP’s Reparations Plan Looks Exactly Like What Bernie Sanders Is Proposing

by Yvette Carnell In a thinly disguised attempt to generate distrust of Bernie Sanders among black voters, Ta-Nehisi Coates of The Atlantic took Sanders to task for supporting redistribution of

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Meeting Called as Negro Whisperers Predictably Losing Their Jobs as Obama’s Clock Winds Down

by Yvette Carnell Most of what is considered “black media” in the 21st century isn’t published on platforms owned by black people. As I’ve reiterated any number of times, this

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