Pastor gives a Eulogy at his church, then dies in front of everyone


By Michal Ortner The Rev. Darryl Edwards passed away while eulogizing a member of his church, Sally Bland. In front of nearly 200 observers at Fannin Street United Methodist Church, Edwards collapsed. He was sharing stories and Scripture to those who had gathered at the 10 a.m. service. He even mentioned that anyone could be called to Heaven at any ... Read More »

Officer receives letter with the words “white power” in it

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by  Yhanick Scott A black police officer by the name of Clive Higgins from Bridgeport, Connecticut had his life threatened when he received an anonymous letter. The letter addressed to the officer started and ended with the words “white power”, which would seem to suggest the nature of the letter is of racial discrimination. The disturbing letter was received by ... Read More »

Why are male models now dressing like this?

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By Chris Maina This week in New York, male and female models took to the runway in what is being considered “cross-gender fashion.” Male models went down the runway clothed in slit dresses, while women wore men’s trousers. Two male models strutted in uniquely dismantled cashmere mini-dresses with matching leg-warmers. It’s quite clear that fashion designs are now taking on ... Read More »

Dinesh D’Souza Refers to President Obama as ‘Boy,’ ‘Vulgar’ and ‘Ghetto’-done


By Dr. Sinclair Grey III Indian-American conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza has built his career on  blasting President Barack Obama. Most recently, the man who once called the President a “grown-up Trayvon” harshly criticized Obama for a photo taken that shows him with a selfie-stick. “YOU CAN TAKE THE BOY OUT OF THE GHETTO…Watch this vulgar man show his stuff, while America ... Read More »

Their President is a “war lord”: Interesting Facts About Kappa Alpha Psi


By Marie Seva Kappa Alpha Psi was originally Kappa Alpha Nu.  Find out more interesting facts about one of the only four chiefly Black fraternities who have celebrated their centennial. On Jan. 5, 1911, a group of ten  young African-American men in college founded Kappa Alpha Nu at Indiana University Bloomington. Circumstances within the campus led to the decision to ... Read More »

Engineer Told “A ‘C’ is all a colored boy should expect” Became First Black In Leadership Role

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By Angela L. Braden Having grown up in the heart of a rough Black neighborhood in St. Louis, the odds were stacked against David Price to excel academically and professionally. But the Missouri native reached within himself to overcome the many obstacles in front of him to pursue a thriving engineering career that eventually led him to the high ranks ... Read More »

Will Decline in Number of Incarcerated Offenders Mean Increase in Positive Programs?


By Angela L. Braden While the prison population is said to have risen six percent in the United States, The Wall Street Journal reports that seventeen states have indicated that their prison population has actually decreased. According to The Huffington Post, this decrease is due in part to a decrease in crime, budget cuts, and changes in policies regarding offender ... Read More »

S.F. Official Encourages Parents to “snitch” To End Gun Violence

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III Gun violence is a very serious issue, especially within the African-American community. Unless people such as politicians, parents, and educators come together to take a collective stand, Black people will continue to become victims of shootings in large numbers. London Breed, the President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, is doing something out of the ... Read More »

Dr. Sinclair Grey III: How YOU can become an agent of change


by Dr Sinclair Grey III On Tuesday, January 20th, millions of people gathered around their television sets to watch President Barack Obama deliver his State of the Union address to the American people. In a speech that was filled with the possibility of hope for a brighter future in the U.S., you can’t help but observe people who despise President ... Read More »

Could LeBron James Be Better than Michael Jordan? Probably Not


By Victor Ochieng Many basketball fans have searched the internet asking who is the best basketball player of all time. On several platforms, Michael Jordan’s name comes up on top. For many, however, that’s debatable. Many have questioned whether LeBron James is actually better than Jordan. On the BleacherReport and Fox Sports websites, Jordan appears as the greatest of all time. But that isn’t ... Read More »

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