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Baltimore Protests Turn Rowdy Helping No One

April 26, 2015 • Culture, Justice

Woke up to the news that the Baltimore Protests took a bad turn yesterday and that there was looting and violence and several people were arrested. The death of Freddie Gray in police custody has understandably invoked very heated responses and outrage but letting it get out of control does nothing to speed along the

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Race

A Right To Speak: Black Lives and Black Voices Matter

April 24, 2015 • Justice, Race

I’m not the best at debate. In fact, I’m not good at debating at all. I don’t use a lot of college-level words in my articles. I base my

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Politics

Loretta Lynch: First Female African-American US Attorney General

April 25, 2015 • Politics

The Washington Post reports that: Loretta E. Lynch’s long wait to become U.S. attorney general ended Thursday, with the Senate voting 56 to 43 to

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Justice

Baltimore Protests Turn Rowdy Helping No One

April 26, 2015 • Culture, Justice

Woke up to the news that the Baltimore Protests took a bad turn yesterday and that there was looting and violence and several people were arrested.

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Media

Jon Stewart: Stop Making Excuses for That Racist Oklahoma Frat

March 12, 2015 • Media, Race

Dear, White Jesus, thank you so much for Jon Stewart. If you listened to the not-so-melanin crew on Morning Joe yesterday, thanks to them, you now

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Entertainment

5 Reasons Daredevil is Marvel’s Best TV Series

April 18, 2015 • Culture, Entertainment

  Daredevil sent a lot of ripples and waves before its premiere. For one, anybody that read Daredevil during the 1980’s (like I did) was going

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Gender

Thank God! Bruce Jenner Still Has a Penis!!!!

April 25, 2015 • Gender

So, about this Diane Sawyer interview with Bruce Jenner, did “he” really say that he’s 100% heterosexual? I mean, he is

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Race

A Right To Speak: Black Lives and Black Voices Matter

April 24, 2015 • Justice, Race

I’m not the best at debate. In fact, I’m not good at debating at all. I don’t use a lot of college-level words in my articles. I base my entries on

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The Murder of Walter Scott and the Boogeyman of Whiteness

April 16, 2015 • Justice, Race

I went on a Twitter rant in the following hours of the release of the bystander camera phone video of the death of Walter Scott of North Charleston, South

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Gender

Thank God! Bruce Jenner Still Has a Penis!!!!

April 25, 2015 • Gender

So, about this Diane Sawyer interview with Bruce Jenner, did “he” really say that he’s 100% heterosexual? I mean, he is transgender, right?

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SB 101: How Indiana Turned Back the Clock on the Gays

March 28, 2015 • Culture, Gender, Politics

A few months back, the Hobby Lobby decision was made that actually sent situations spiraling out of control. The Hobby Lobby decision I am referring to is

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Politics

5 Reasons Daredevil is Marvel’s Best TV Series

April 18, 2015 • Culture, Entertainment

  Daredevil sent a lot of ripples and waves before its premiere. For one, anybody that read Daredevil during the 1980’s (like I did) was going to be

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Isaiah Washington and the Broken Negro

April 10, 2015 • Entertainment, Race

Freedom is natural and fundamental. It is our birthright. Human beings and even animals have an innate desire to be free. Oppression and bondage are unnatural

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Justice

Baltimore Protests Turn Rowdy Helping No One

April 26, 2015 • Culture, Justice

Woke up to the news that the Baltimore Protests took a bad turn yesterday and that there was looting and violence and several people were arrested. The death

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Rekia Boyd and the Myth of Black Male Exceptionalism

April 24, 2015 • Justice

The burden of carrying about blackness in this country is one that seems to compound exponentially as times goes on if you let it.  The state of being “in

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