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Under Kagame, Rwanda’s constant incursions into the Congo to plunder its vast resources have killed at least 6 million, equal to the World War II holocaust toll. These Congolese waiting their turn to vote on Dec. 30, 2018, want a government strong and honest enough to stop the genocide. – Photo: Luis Tato, AFP by […]

Ciara and Russell Wilson‘s love story is one for the books. The happily married couple are frequently deemed as couple goals by their fans and that was exactly the case this week. The “Level Up” singer posted a heartwarming photo of her and the Seattle Seahawks quarterback booed up together to her official Instagram page […]

Feb. 24, 2020. That will be the date of a memorial that will take place for Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna “Gigi” Bryant and the seven other people who were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Jan. 26. Kobe Bryant (right), his daughter Gianna Bryant (left) and seven others will be honored […]

A Black Oregon man is set to receive a $600,000 payout from the city of West Linn after he claims he was subjected to unlawful surveillance and wrongful arrest in retaliation for voicing concerns to his boss about the racial discrimination he was experiencing at work. Michael Fesser, 48, sued the city and several members […]

It seems that social media can really bring out the meanness in people and turn them into the harshest of critics. It’s something that Simone Biles said she’s tired of, and her fans had a major reaction to it. Simone Biles wrote a letter and explained why she’s done competing in a certain area. (Photo: […]

A Washington state high school principal who alluded to karma being the catalyst behind Kobe Bryant’s death has resigned from her post after getting hit with a barrage of backlash. Principal Liza Sejkora of Camas High School criticized the deceased NBA star on Facebook after a tragic helicopter crash in late January claimed his life, […]

With the advent of the opioid and opiate crisis in America, suboxone in the form of sublingual film, i.e. “strips,” has apparently become one of the tactical weapons used by prison administrators to maintain control inside prisons across the country. by Rand W. Gould “They call us walkin’ corpses, unholy living dead / They wanna […]

Brother Muhammad Hanif, Jimi Evins and Raymond Nat Turner at the poetry celebration Feb. 1 – Photo: Wanda Sabir by Wanda Sabir Happy Black History Month! We get an extra day and we need it too to get our Black Joy parade gear picked out for Sunday, Feb. 23. It’s an attitude, not an outfit.  […]

With pride and joy, San Francisco Black leaders Kevin Epps, Erris Edgerly and Fred Jordan were among hundreds gathered Jan. 8 for the inauguration at City Hall of the city’s first Black woman mayor for her first full term, a mayor who loves us, Mayor London Breed. – Photo: Kenneth Johnson ‘Reversing the Outmigration’ is […]

Keyshia Ka’oir is applying pressure on folks with her bombshell looks. The proud wife of rapper Gucci Mane flossed her bedazzled fashions and appearance all over the ‘Gram this week and received more than 168,000 likes on her photos. She uploaded several beauty posts of herself to her official Instagram page that showcased her overall […]

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