Black Men

Farrakhan asked, “Would you invite Obama to Justice or Else?” Here’s what he said

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If you ever thought that Min. Louis Farrakhan was a weak, cowardly, politically correct apologist, then you’ve got another thing coming.  In this brief clip, Farrakhan is being asked whether he would invite President Barack Obama on stage at his Justice or Else rally, set to occur in Washington, DC. Farrakhan’s passionate reaction reveals some old beefs he has with ...

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This 71-year old man will inspire you with his attitude

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This man has a powerful message that everyone must hear.  He’s 71-years old, but he’s got a lot of positive energy about him.  His name is Rev. William D Burton. Take a look at his video, it’ll impress you.

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Dr Boyce Watkins: Stephen A Smith and Kevin Durant get into a “plantation fight”

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn this video, Dr Boyce Watkins discusses what he refers to as a “plantation fight” between Stephen A Smith and NBA star Kevin Durant. In the video, Watkins says that Smith tends to have a lot more arrogance and confidence when speaking down to other African Americans than he has when it comes to ...

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Video: Here’s how to train your son to be a BOSS – Dr Boyce Watkins

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This video was submitted in my inbox by Brandon Hicks. Brandon appears to be a young black man who understands the power of planting seeds for the future. I am impressed and proud of him. Here’s what he wrote to me today as he sent this inspiring video: I hope this message finds you doing extremely well. My name is ...

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An Open Letter To The Clergy of Charleston, South Carolina


By Demetric Muhammad The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has been recently unwelcomed in the city of Charleston, South Carolina. The Minister desired to grace the city of Charleston with his presence by including it as a part of his city to city tour in promotion of the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March. Yet all arenas, churches and suitable ...

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Louisiana: Killing a White Woman Gets You Executed; Killing a Black Man Doesn’t

File - The gurney in the death chamber is shown in this May 27, 2008 file photo from Huntsville, Texas. Texas Department of Criminal Justice officials say their remaining supply of pentobarbital, the single drug now used in lethal injections, expires in September. The nation's most active death penalty state has yet to find an alternative. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan, File)

By Robert Stitt Capital punishment is one of those issues that divides Americans. It was one of the topics that the Pope spoke on during his recent trip to the United States. We know his take: stop it. Regardless of the side of the debate you fall on, most people would agree that if there is going to be capital ...

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Yvette Carnell: Immigrants owe African Americans a thankyou, not a lecture


Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn this video, Yvette Carnell has some pretty harsh words toward immigrants who feel that they know all the answers to the black struggle in America. According to Carnell, it’s highly pretentious for any person to go to a new country and then speak with authority about how an oppressed minority group needs to ...

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