Snoop Dogg is among a growing list of celebrities pledging funds to Kaepernick’s #10for10 effort. (Images courtesy of the HUrban Buzz/Getty Images) Legendary rapper Snoop Dogg dug deep into his pockets this week by pledging $10,000 to Mother’s Against Police Brutality as part of Colin Kaepernick’s effort to match $1 million in donations made in […]

A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2018, in a case focusing on the life sentences given to D.C. sniper Malvo. A federal judge in Virginia found that Malvo is entitled to new sentencing hearings in light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that mandatory life sentences for juveniles are […]

Theater Lovers!! Come experience “Enough VO5 For The Universe” featuring yours truly for 12 shows only Opened January 11th- 28th, Thursday-Saturday, 8pm Shows, Sunday Matinee, 3pm. This is an Afrofuturistic piece about the last 3 Black Women ruling America in 2097 and searching for the Last Black Man who has gone missing. God is a […]

Ronald Gasser faces life in prison if convicted in Joe McKnight’s death. (Images courtesy of Beau Evans/Getty Images) The Louisiana jury set to decide the fate of a man accused of fatally shooting a former NFL player during a road rage incident has just a single Black juror. Ronald Gasser fired three shots at New […]

by Lin Robertson Acting Mayor – and mayoral candidate for the June 5 election – London Breed is front and center at the massive Women’s March in San Francisco on Saturday, Jan. 20. – Photo: Johnnie Burrell Its 2018, a new year, but for who? Us dreamers, nasty girls and involuntary immigrant Black folk expected […]

FACT CHECKING. WHAT IS BANKABILITY. MAKE IT MAKE SENSE. #MoNiqueAndSidneyOpenRelationship LUV YALL‬ #MoNique A post shared by Mo’nique (@therealmoworldwide) on Jan 22, 2018 at 2:07pm PST Mo’Nique makes another video on her Instagram “fact checking” and comparing the profits from her 2015 film ‘Almost Christmas’ to Amy Schumer’s 2017 film ‘Snatched’ film. Mo’Nique said […]

by Obi Egbuna Jr. Simunye In Thomas Sankara’s first year in power, he renamed the former French colony of Upper Volta, drawing from its three largest languages to call the country Burkino Faso, meaning “land of upright people,” and its people Burkinabé. In his four years in power, 1983-1987, he made the country agriculturally self-sufficient […]

The Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis gives a very passionate and moving speech at the Women’s March in Los Angeles. During her speech Viola shared some very eye opening statists. Viola says “One out of every five women will be sexually assaulted or raped before she reaches the age of 18. That women of color, if […]

The bronze monument honoring abolitionist Harriet Tubman was erected at the intersection of St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, in Harlem, in 2007, according to The New Yorker. (Image courtesy o Instagram) The second annual Women’s March kicked off without a hitch this weekend, as millions of women gathered across the country to celebrate […]

  After Joe Budden’s unceremonious exit from “Everyday Struggle,” Complex has welcomed someone just as divisive — if not even more so — to replace him. Former Hot 97 shock jock Star, who currently hosts his own morning show, is taking over on the vacancy. “Objective perspective is what I bring to the table,” Star, born […]

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