Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Friday, May 27, 2011

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Newest Atlanta Housewife Cast Member Has A Prisoners Past!!!

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by: PatriceJohnson, Your Black World

Marlo Hampton, the newest housewife of Atlanta…The one who took Nene’s spot!!!

Okay, so… Do you remember that article that I wrote about the newest housewife that is taking Nene Leakes spot on the show this season? Well I have a feeling that this season is going to be one that we Housewife fans will need to tune into.

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Bishop Eddie Long Reaches a Settlement, but Is He Ever Going to Tell the Truth?

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Diamond Breland Reporting from Europe: Black Men are Trifling All Over the World

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MSNBC Host Ed Schultz Calls Laura Ingraham a “Right Wing Slut”

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Meet the New Princess of the Runway

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by: PatriceJohnson, Your Black World

Nyasha Matonhodze, the newest face of Louis Vuitton…

The beautiful girl that you see in the picture above is a 16 year old Zimbabwe beauty with a British accent. She has been modeling for a while but has just recently been noticed by any and everyone in the fashion world.

 

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Does Facebook Threaten Your Relationships?

 

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Florida Memorial University Has All Black Male Baccalaureate Service

MIAMI GARDENS, FL [May 12, 2011] – According to the Schott Foundation, only half of black male students graduate from high school. In an effort to reverse this crisis, Florida Memorial University (FMU) President Henry Lewis III, along with other university officials will launch the first 2011 High School Black Male Baccalaureate Service on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 5:00 pm. The event strives to honor extraordinary Black male students who will graduate from high school. It will take place at the Lou Rawls Center for the Performing Arts on FMU’s campus.

How Much is Your Child’s “Free” App REALLY Costing You?

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Morehouse Men Pay Tribute to Oprah

 

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County Considers Replacing Gravestones from “Nigger Hill”

 

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The Latest on Your Black World – 5/25/11

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Is It OK to Critique the Obama Administration?

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Police Officer Puts Violent Forearm Into Face of Unarmed Man (Video)

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Supreme Court Releases Prisoners, But What Does It Mean?

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Shootout Over Medication: How Far Should a Mother Go to Protect Her Child?

The Supreme Court Orders Release of Prison Inmates, but What Does It Mean?

 

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Monday, May 23, 2011

The peculiar candidacy of Mr. Herman Cain. How it could reshape black America

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Mary Mary Speak About the Youth in America Today

 

Mary Mary says that young people no longer have respect for their elders. 

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Supreme Court Tells California Prisons to Release Nearly 1/3 of It’s Inmates

This landmark Supreme Court Ruling can change the face of American justice.

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Mother Throws Baby Down Trash Compactor

 

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Man Takes 20 Stab Wounds to Protect His Black Co-Worker

 

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Tia Norfleet Takes on Nascar Stereotypes

 

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Al Sharpton Featured on 60 Minutes – Video

The CBS show, 60 Minutes, had a lot to say about Rev. Al Sharpton.  It’s an interesting segment about his life, his politics, and how he has changed over the years.

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Nene and Star Go at it in the Finale for Celebrity Apprentice

Tonight’s the big showdown – wonder who’s going to get the last punch?

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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dr. Boyce: My Quick Thoughts on Herman Cain

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Race-Baiting by NBC? White Females Claim Black Athletes Raped Them

Two white female students claim that black athletes raped them.  But the way the story is presented is racially-disturbing.

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Student Says Wake Forest Basketball Player Forced Her to Have Oral Sex

Maggie Hurt made some stunning allegations on The Today Show.

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Wiz Khalifa Says He Wants to Work with Nicki Minaj

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The End of the World Means Big Money for This Man

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Friday, May 20, 2011

PatriceJohnson: Your Environment Doesn’t Make You, You Choose to Make Yourself

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by: PatriceJohnson, Your Black World

Joseph “JoJo” Simmons Jr.

People always say that your environment is what inspires you to make the decisions that you make. Whether it be good or bad. Some people believe that if you are brought up in a stable home with a mother and father, for females, they are less likely to end up pregnant, more likely to go to college and less likely to end up on welfare. As for males, they are less likely to end up as dead beat dads, more likely to go to college and less likely to end up in prison.

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Dr. Boyce Watkins: Those Ugly, Ugly Black Women

 

Dr. Boyce Watkins analyzes the recent conclusion by a London scholar that black women are less attractive than other races

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Mother Gets Life in Prison for Microwaving Her Baby

 

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Is “I’m Gay” Rapper Lil B Crazy or a Genius?

PatriceJohnson asks this question out loud

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How The Murder of her Child’s Father Changed Her Commitment to Fighting Against Gun Violence

 

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PatriceJohnson: A Deeper Look at the Relationship Between Rapper Cory Gunz and His Father

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by: PatriceJohnson, Your Black World

Cory Gunz (23 years old) standing next to his father, Peter Gunz (early 40’s)

After watching the reality T.V. show “Son of a Gun” there were 5 things that I noticed right off the bat:

1.) Cory Gunz is a talent that is so unique and raw. He is an amazing rapper, and it would take a very special person to even be able to get close to where his talent level is.

2.) Nick Cannon and Cory have a great relationship that is not seen in a lot of the music industry. Nick Cannon does not seem like the type of man that just wants to take his cut of Cory’s money and run away, he cares about Cory’s well-being and that is what all managers should be about.

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