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Since announcing she’d be taking time away from her talk show last month, Wendy Williams has once again pushed back her return as she was recently spotted out for the first time in weeks in Florida. The ailing talk show host was pictured with a pal at CVS on Jan. 29 keeping things casual in a […]

A 911 dispatcher in Lafayette, Ind., is receiving praise after she took the time to talk a young caller through an emergency — with his math homework. It was Jan. 14 when Antonia Bundy, who works with the Lafayette Police Department, answered a call from a young boy who told her he “had a really […]

Toya Wright posted a photo of her 11-month-old daughter Reign Rushing and wondered how she picked up a certain habit. Lil Wayne‘s ex-wife posted the photo of her little one on Saturday, Jan. 26, and it showed Reign rocking some little pink moon boots and a rainbow-colored jacket. She was also sticking her tongue out […]

D.L. Hughley addressed the social media exchange that he had with Terry Crews this past weekend. The back-and-forth came five months after Hughley sat down with VladTV and criticized Crews for not defending himself when former Hollywood agent Adam Venit allegedly groped his genitals at a party. Crews sued Venit, they settled out of court […]

Violent protests erupted outside L.W. Higgins High Schoool in the New Orleans suburb of Marrero, La., on Friday in response to shocking video of an 18-year-old student being brutally beaten by a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Now, the teen’s family is demanding answers from school leaders. According to Jefferson Parish authorities, Jami Coston suffered a […]

In September of 2016, The Game stopped by Wendy Williams and said that he slept with three Kardashians: Khloé Kardashian and Blac Chyna when Chyna was engaged to brother Rob Kardashian. It was something the rapper also admitted on his song “Sauce” that dropped the same year. After the first two, Wendy then forced Game to admit […]

by Fred Jordan To: Caltrans Statewide Small Business Council Fred Jordan, president of the San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce and a major supporter of London Breed’s winning campaign for mayor, meets with her on July 9, 2018, two days before her inauguration. – Photo: Ken Johnson At our council retreat in San Diego […]

by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington, Chief Spokesperson for the End Prison Slavery in Texas Movement “Collective Struggle” – Art: Kevin “Rashid” Johnson, 264847, Pendleton Correctional Facility, G-20-2C, 4490 W. Reformatory Road, Pendleton, IN 46064 “The prison industrial complex has created a kind of ‘third-world colony’ right here in the United States. Prison systems outsource prisoners for […]

by Kheven LaGrone This is Housing and Dignity Village at Edes Avenue and Clara Street in East Oakland before it was dismantled and the residents, 15 women and their families, evicted. – Photo: Sarahbeth Maney, SF Chronicle On Oct. 27, 2018, a group of homeless people moved to a vacant city-owned lot in East Oakland. […]

by Theophile Mpozembizi Rwanda Correctional Service (RCS) spokesperson Hillary Sengabo says an investigation is underway of the killing of three prisoners allegedly for an escape attempt. – Photo: African Media FDU-Inkingi, the United Democratic Forces of Rwanda, a coalition of groups opposed to the current Kagame regime, condemns the murder of five prisoners in Huye […]


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