Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) Happy Martin Luther King Day! Let’s Drive Out Hate Today READ:

For me, It’s all about the photo. Blogs, websites, and people all over social networks constantly post and repost photos of great leaders during their time of death or birth or in remembrance. Often times the photo is shared 100,000 times over with no real significance other than; “Look at me I honored him by…

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“…This is a tradition in this country when people are able to go ahead and kill Black People” @iJesseWilliams WATCH:

Jesse Williams, star of Greys Anatomy sparks up some major controversy with his wonderfully articulated answers pertaining to the “Michael Dunn ‘Loud-Music’” case. Michael Dunn, an old white man, after complaining about the loud ‘thug-music’ a group of Afrikan American teens were playing, basically decided to shoot the car up with the teens still inside….

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Michael B Jordan Lands Role As The 1st Afrikan American Johnny Storm In The New Fantastic Four Film @michaelb4jordan

Michael B. Jordan, my fellow Arts High School Alum, has landed a huge role as Johnny Storm the Human Torch in the new installment of “Fantastic Four”. If this role proves to be true, will he be the first Afrikan American Johnny???? Which would mean the sister, Invisible Girl, would have to be Afrikan American…

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Celebrating Afrikan American History Month | ¿ What Does It Mean To Be Coloured In Present Day America ?

  Celebrating Afrikan American History Month Today I took time to reflect on many things regarding my culture. One question kept popping up in my head. After merging Sojourner Truth, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, Barack Obama, Miles Davis, Langston Hughes, Jesse Jackson, Zora Neale Hurston, Maya Angelou, Harriet Tubman, Oprah Winfrey,…

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