Black Men

Cosby Show Dreams and African American Financial Realities Discussed


Your Black World podcast discussion between Antonio Moore & Yvette Carnell of the Ebony Article on the Cosby’s by Goldie Taylor and the Huffington Post piece Cosby Show Dreams and African American Financial Realities

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This man went from working at Wendy’s to making $10K per month

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIf anyone ever tells you that you can’t do something, check this guy out. He’s a true superstar. Andre Hatchett from Financial Juneteenth University does this interview with Javiar Avery, who says that he once worked at Wendy’s and is now making enough money to buy his own franchise. Check it out.

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Church drummer killed by police; family says they’ve gotten no explanation

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A family is looking for answers after a young black man was killed by the police in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The incident occurred early Sunday morning on Interstate 95 and has left the community confused and frustrated. According to, officers shot and killed 31-year old Corey Jone of Boynton Beach.   Jones’ brother says that he was called ...

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Study Shows That Whites Continue To Have Stereotypes Towards Black Sounding Names


By Angela Wills It is a growing belief that individuals who have names that sound too “Black” are easily linked to unfair stereotypes by white people. Evolution and Human Behavior, published a study that many Caucasians are likely to take the Black male who has a name that sounds Black, to have a violent demeanor and large in size, compared ...

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Here’s How An Innocent Man Who Spent Nine Years In Prison Is Now A Law Clerk


By: Robert C. Bess Sr. A Chicago man, Jarred Adams was convicted falsely of rape in 1998 at the age of 17. Jarred spent 9 years in prison of a sentence which was 28 years. Throughout the course of his incarceration, he maintained his innocence. The 7th State Circuit Court of Appeals granted Jarred his release in 2007. Jarred Adams ...

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Sandra Bland officer tasers black politician


The Daily Mail reports that Miller was tasered during the process of being arrested for going outside his own home to talk with police who were questioning several men around 8:30 p.m. After being asked by an officer to put his hands behind his back, Miller is struck by the taser while he appears to be on his knees, according ...

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What does “Justice or Else” mean? Ask the sons of Farrakhan

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The 20th anniversary of the Million Man March was held earlier this week.  Here are the sons of Min. Louis Farrakhan and the grandsons of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad expressing their views on what the rally means to the people.  Take a look below. [brid video=”17817″ player=”3310″ title=”What does “]

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Here’s How One Organization Is Destroying The Negative Stereotypes Associated With Black Males


By Robert Stitt Do you know who this person is: Founder of BMe Community, former Vice President of the John S. & James L. Knight Foundation who managed of a $300-million portfolio, and overseer of active grants and endowments in 26 cities backed by the Heinz Endowment…. Even more important than knowing who that is, is knowing who it describes. ...

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Rupert Murdoch feels Ben Carson would be the real first Black President


Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadFox News head Rupert Murdoch caused controversy by tweeting that Ben Carson would be America’s first “real” black president. Here’s what he said: “Ben and Candy Carson terrific. What about a real black President who can properly address the racial divide? And much else.” Here’s what our very own Ben Dixon had to say ...

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