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Yolanda Spivey: Stacey Dash is entirely “Clueless” on American politics


By Yolanda Spivey Stacey Dash is definitely living up to her “Clueless” character with the recent comments she’s made about Black people. The beautiful actress, who is also cousin to business mogul Damon Dash, stirred up more controversy by stating that Blacks were “uneducated” and “worthless” under President Barack Obama’s policies. On Tuesday, Dash appeared on Sean Hannity’s show Hannity ... Read More »

Kenya Moore Tells Nene Leakes To Make Good On Promise


For someone who claims to be a mogul, an actress, and an overall “rich” individual, NeNe Leakes has yet to show us the receipts. The lavish lifestyle and fancy labels are not enough to convince us that NeNe has a huge amount of money. What will do it for the world is when she pays up the $20,000 she promised ... Read More »

Why is Erykah Badu Singing On The Streets For Spare Change?


Times are really hard; so much that celebrities are on street corners singing songs for a little change. As shocking as it would be to know that big time celebrities are out on the street trying to make ends meet, that was not the case for Ms. Erykah Badu. She was doing an experiment. Erykah Badu was walking in Manhattan, ... Read More »

Baby Given to Boyfriend Instead of Biological Father Turns Up Deαd


The biological father of an Ohio 2 year old believed to have been mυrdered by the mother’s boyfriend is outraged at authorities. Jason Hull When the two year old’s mother, Barbara Wichroski, was sentenced to prison, she signed the child over to her boyfriend, Jason Hull, through a power of attorney given her by Children and Family Services. Hull, 34, ... Read More »

Financial Juneteenth | Three black women allegedly had a popular website stolen from them by a white guy


This is one of those stories that serves as a warning on how to run a website and about the use of copyrights to protect your work.  The popular online gossip site “OhNoTheyDidnt.com” was originally founded by three black women.  According to Vice.com, the site may have been stolen by whites that they invited into the site as moderators. The ... Read More »

Black Men Organize to Celebrate 13 Professional Black Women


Reported by Dr. Sinclair Grey III With so much happening in the news today from the crisis in the Middle East to the Ebola virus, it’s sometimes hard to find anything positive to share. Well, that’s not the case here. On November 2, thirteen African-American women will be honored for their tireless work at the 11th Annual African-American Women Achievers ... Read More »

This woman warned us about violent hip-hop, but no one listened

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staff by Yolanda Spivey Born on October 4, 1927 in Philadelphia, PA, Cynthia Delores Tucker better known as C. Delores Tucker, was a prominent and well respected civil rights activist.  She was known as the lady who stood up against toxic hip hop music and spent her later life vehemently fighting against its destructive lyrics and influence on the black ... Read More »

Viola Davis says she used to crawl through the trash to get food


Viola Davis is one of the most respected actresses in Hollywood and has now become an even bigger household name with her new show, “How to get away with murder.”  Davis recently spoke to a group of Hollywood big shots about her goal to end childhood hunger.  She says that she remembers growing up in “abject poverty” and crawling through the ... Read More »

Man brutally stabbed an elderly woman allegedly because she was black


South suburban Chicago is not known as one of the hotbeds of the violence that plagues the city.  But racial tensions in Chicago have been consistently high throughout the city’s history. In Homewood, once of the city’s suburbs, an elderly woman was repeatedly stabbed in the grocery store, allegedly because she was black.  Pol Danilov, a 26-year old who some ... Read More »

Eight Ways To Jump-Start Date Night | Mia Redrick


By  Mia Redrick My husband and I try to go on a date once a month to keep our connection strong and to enjoy one another’s company — without the children. Sometimes we fail because we get tired, or the sitter falls through, or, unfortunately, we forget to make the date a priority. Gone are the childless, carefree days when ... Read More »

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