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Yes; Daniele Watts Should Apologize for Crying Wol...

When I heard the initial reports of Daniele Watts and her boyfriend, Brian had broadcast about alleged police targeting of an interracial couple, I li...
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Adrian Petersons, culture, race, abuse, children, domestic violence, discipline, media, news, opinion,

Why are Some Folks Defending Child Abuse as ‘...

By Zac OnBothSides That thing you’re doing, where you defend child abuse along cultural lines, please stop it.  Adrian Petersons’ actions are not...
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racism, police brutality, celebrities, news, culture, society, violence against women, black women, mixed marriages, interracial relationships, CBS, network, Danielle Watts, interview, video, exclusive

Update on Danielle Watts: BB&W Exclusive Inte...

Tonight I had the opportunity to speak with Danielle Watts’ boyfriend regarding the incident that transpired that resulted in Danielle being han...
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Broadway, entertainment, New York, Keke Palmer, actress, society, culture, race, Hollywood, actress, Cinderella, leading lady, New York,

First Photos of Keke Palmer Playing Cinderella on ...

First, it was Tiana in Disney’s Princess and the Frog. Now, it’s Keke Palmer in Cinderella. Yes ladies, I think there’s a message be...
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Daniele Watts, Studio city, police, brutality, society, race, culture, corruption, mixed marriages, blended families, lawsuit, racism,

Celebrity Interracial Couple, Daniele Watts and Pa...

This has got to be about the stupidest thing I’ve heard a West Coast police department do in a sea of people who mate and marry interracially mo...
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Jemele Hill, Ray Rice, domestic violence, abuse, black men, bed wench, social media, Facebook, athletes, celebrity, news, ESPN, Ray Rice, NFL, sports, athletes, violence against women, news, internet trolls, online hatred, online abuse, Facebook, racism, marriage, retaliation, apologist, misogyny, Black men,

Black Militants Call ESPN Journalist, Jemele Hill ...

I just have to say something. These so-called pro-black militants on Facebook who “claim” they only desire the betterment and advancement ...
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black females, violence, abuse, MTA, aggressiveness, domestic violence, black on black violence, South Carolina, acting white, crime, Blackistan, urban culture, negative black experience, stigma, education, light skinned women, dark skinned women, colorism, racism, Sean Bergin, Jersey City, police officer shooting, news, lies, urban america, violence

How Blackistanis Police Their Own: Girl Gets a Bea...

A Rock Hill, South Carolina teenager contacted the police after being attacked by two hood boogers for “acting too much like a white girl.”...
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DBRs Abound – A True Murder In The First

This beautiful woman, Anita Washington, 49 and a veteran was buried today.  Anita was a member of the New Harvest Church of Christ in Montgomery, AL...
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Latest News of NYPD Brutality PROVES You Can’...

I think I might have been a lone voice in the wilderness in my blog space when I reported and expressed my outrage over the tragic and unnecessary dea...
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OMG…Let These Folks Be! In Their Ninety̵...

This has got to be the sweetest thing in the whole world, and even more endearing that this couple–a white man and a black woman–live in t...
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Eric Gardener, NYPD, New York Police Dept, Mayor DeBlasio, police brutality, black fathers, NYPD, violence, fatherless, marriage, family, children, urban america, social issues, community, news, social issues, justice, police brutality,

Eric Garner: He Was Murdered. Definitively.

It looks like Eric Garner, the victim of homocide via the Staten Island police, might get some justice. According to the New York Daily News, “T...
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black girls, violence towards black women, abuse, society, culture, rape culture, racism, media, stereotypes, technology, awareness,

Where Did 64,000 Black Women and Girls Go?

A person doesn’t just disappear into thin air but you would think they do when you learn that 64,000 Black women and girls are currently missing...
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Got to Give Credit Where It’s Due…Some...

I have to admit I was among the folks who cringed with Rachel Jeantel took the stand in the Trayvon Martin murder trail. She was a walking, talking st...
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Why I Have Mixed Feelings About the Firing of the ...

I remember when I was working as a lowly PR grunt representing a bagel company and trying to get a mention on the “Opie and Anthony” show ...
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