Why Has ‘Ratchet’ Behavior Become So Popular?

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By Chuck Checkman, Sr. Estimated reading time: 4 minutes, 16 seconds. Contains 855 words Worldstar Freaks Uncut has uncovered a vast phenomenon for which is rapidly becoming relevant among all aspects within our lives. Trends occur all of the time. … Continue reading

How to Create Black Wealth

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By Teneisha Monique Street Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 28 seconds. Contains 496 words Have you ever heard of Black Wall Street? If not, don’t feel too bad. Up until a couple months ago neither had I. For those who … Continue reading

When It Comes to Interracial Couples, TV Sitcoms Have Not Progressed Since “I Love Lucy”

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By Doug Poe Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. Contains 801 words The social message sent through American sitcoms has been clear for more than sixty years, despite the Civil Rights Act, “The Jeffersons” and the election of a black president. … Continue reading

Law-And-Order Tactics Bring Neither To Ferguson

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By Larry M. Elkin We don’t know for sure exactly what happened in the moments before the first bullet struck Michael Brown on August 9. However, we do know with certainty, because the evidence is abundantly clear, that at nearly … Continue reading

I Am The 14% – Black People in America: Why We Will Never Overcome

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Remember the following fact the next time a Black woman or man is unjustly killed or why it is so hard for us to overcome the effects of racism in this country. We are a minority in more ways than … Continue reading

To the people who don’t find black women/men attractive, why? – GirlsAskGuys.com

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Question: To the people who don’t find black women/men attractive, why? Black people seem to be the least liked by a lot of people on GAG, and I really don’t understand why.. The responses to this “popular question” on Girls … Continue reading

Welfare Wishes and Watermelon Dreams: Being Poor Isn’t A Crime

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poor [poo r] adjective, poorer, poorest. 1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare. 2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.   As I’m doing some Back to School … Continue reading

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If they (the police) gunned me down would they use this picture of me on the set of a film to show what type of a person I was? Would they also mention the fact that I am a single … Continue reading

Dangerous Lee Interviews Collette McLafferty: Singer Sued For Not Looking or Sounding Like P!nk

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From XOJane.com: He spoke of watching my videos on YouTube, being “appalled” and “immediately hating” my singing. Despite 13 allegations ranging from “Conspiracy for Fraud” and “Tortious Interference” the following stood out like a sore thumb: “Defendant McLafferty was ‘too … Continue reading