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Rachel Dolezal Once Sued Howard Univ. for Discrimination

by Yvette Carnell Rachel Dolezal may stake her claim in blackness now, but back in 2002, she obviously still viewed herself as a white woman since that’s when she sued

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About This Black Woman Defending Eric Casebolt

In a video that has gone viral, a black woman defends the behavior of a McKinney, Texas cop who resigned after video of his abusive behavior was made public. Officer

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Everyday Dozens of Elderly Black Birmingham Women Catch the Bus to Work for Rich Whites

The Help. The Butler. These were all movies about servant-class blacks who earned a living working for whites. Although some would like to believe that those movies hearken to an

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Baltimore Police Spokesman Blames “Dark Spirit of Influence” for City’s Violence

by Yvette Carnell Still fresh in the memory of most Americans are scenes of unrest and rioting in Baltimore. After the Baltimore Police Department could not explain how an otherwise

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Jay-Z Needs Your Help to Pay His All White Tidal Staff [Video]

by Yvette Carnell In what was supposed to be a blistering diss of the white goliaths in the tech world, Jay-Z blasted YouTube, Google and Spotify in a rap song.

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“I Will F*ck You Up”: Nurse Threatens Sixth Grader, Calls Him Racial Slurs

A Georgia mother is demanding that her son’s school reopen an investigation after witnesses confirm a school nurse shouted racial slurs and profanity at her son. Witness statements from six

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Too Much Truth? “Deal With Your White Sh*t” Professor Faces Firing

A Boston University professor who hasn’t even started her job may lose it after a series of tweets became public. According to the Boston Herald,¬†Boston University’s spokesman is “offended” at

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Corporate Careerist Blacks Work Twice As Hard, Are Twice as Maniacal and Servile Just to Get Ahead?

While discussing on Facebook the report that Attorney General Loretta Lynch is making police morale, as opposed to police brutality, her top priority, a friend made the following observations: Point

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1.5 Million Black Men Are Missing, New York Times Reports

Black men are sometimes referred to as an endangered species, a comparison that irks even some black men, especially those who don’t take kindly to being compared to a spotted

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Man Cuts Off Dreadlocks, Encourages Youth to Clean Up Their Image

Here at BreakingBrown, we’ve seen no evidence that dreadlocks are linked to criminal activity. In fact, the founder of this website–Yvette Carnell– wears locs. And if the number of white

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