Racial Wealth Gap Is Partially Explained by Blacks Willingness to Help Their Poorer Relatives

Homeless Man

Rourke O’Brien, a PhD candidate in Sociology and Social Policy at Princeton University, has completed research into why black Americans do not … [Read more...]

Rape of South African Teenager Anene Booysen Is So Horrific The World Must Take Notice

Seventeen year old Anene Booysen was found at a construction site after she had been so viciously raped and mutilated that the scene where her body … [Read more...]

Israeli Government Tacitly Admits to Medical Malpractice On Ethiopian Women


Last month, an investigative journalist reported that Jewish Ethiopian women awaiting immigration to Israel in transit camps in Ethiopia were given … [Read more...]

Are You Willing to Be A Full-Time Activist For Black Women or The Black Community?


Black women and girls are facing serious problems, and the entire black community (and by "black community" I am referring to the collective of black … [Read more...]

Watch the First Episode of ‘Spartacus: War of The Damned’ For Free

The new season of the STARZ' show Spartacus: War Of The Damned debuted last night, and it was everything that Spartacus fans have come to expect: Sex, … [Read more...]

MTV’s Show ‘Catfish’ and Notre Dame Football Star Manti Te’o

You say you love him. He says he loves you, too. He knows your deepest darkest secrets; he provides emotional support when you are feeling low. When … [Read more...]

I’m Always Learning…Now Is the Time to Bombard Me With Criticism or Flatter Me With Praise


I'm a 'spiritual' person. And what I mean by that is this: I feel that when I'm in need of hearing or learning something, God (I'm a Christian, so I'm … [Read more...]

‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’: Quvenzhané Wallis Steals the Show

Hushpuppy faces the auroch down

Quvenzhané Wallis stars in 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' as Hushpuppy, a young girl who lives in abject poverty with her single-father, named Wink, in … [Read more...]

Daniel Patrick Moynihan Predicted the Future of the Black Family But Too Few People Actually Listened

The Negro Family: The Case for National Action, the 78-page report written by a then 38-year old Daniel Patrick 'Pat' Moynihan, an assistant secretary … [Read more...]

“Zero Dark Thirty”–Director Kathryn Bigelow Does It Again


To be honest, I had never even heard of film director Kathryn Bigelow until I saw 2008's "The Hurt Locker." And I didn't even see "The Hurt Locker" … [Read more...]