Monthly Archives: August 2007

Cornel West and Hip Hop

The Village Voice talked to Cornel West about his new spoken word CD, Never Forget: A Journey of Revelations. He and “Brother Prince,” wrote the album’s first single, “Dear Mr. Man,” and have become good friends. “Dear Mr. Man,” an … Continue reading

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Bid ‘Em In

I saw the animated short, Bid Em In, by Neal Sopata, during “Hot Ghetto Mess”…I’m sorry I mean “We’ve gotta do better”. Wow…a name change. Anyway…I was moved and angered a lil. Angered in the same way that I was … Continue reading

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Remember the Storm: Hurricane Katrina Anniversary Events

If you’re in the NOLA, participate! International Tribunal on Katrina & Rita The Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund, the Mississippi Disaster Relief Coalition, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, and the US Human Rights Network and others are convening an International Tribunal … Continue reading

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Black women unite at U.S. Open

By HAROLD GUTMANN | From THE JOURNAL NEWS (Original publication: August 28, 2007) NEW YORK – A Who’s Who of black female pioneers was in the hallway inside Arthur Ashe Stadium, including former U.S. Senator Carol Moseley Braun, billionaire Sheila … Continue reading

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Raven Fund: Juanita Bynum’s husband, Bishop Weeks, wants the saints to pay for his legal defense??

As many of you know, Juanita Bynum’s husband, Bishop Thomas Weeks III, allegedly struck, beat and stomped his wife Tuesday in a hotel parking lot after the pair had dinner together to discuss a reconciliation.   It’s so appropriate that … Continue reading

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White youngster dancing his a** off

Whoa, look at lil Justin Timberlake.  That lil boy can move

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lil something for the saints – Clark Sisters

I busted folks out yesterday.  Let me soothe your soul with a video of the Clark Sisters, vintage, classic Clark Sisters. 

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Wake up SAVED, Christian Negroes

I just need to express a couple of changes that I would like the whole of Christian “Negrodom” to consider in light of recent events. Those events being: 1. Major ministers and preachers having issues…Juanita Bynum, Paula White, etc. 2. … Continue reading

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Is this racist? – Controversial Cartoon from Florida Times-Union

This controversial cartoon was run in the Florida Times-Union and was meant to criticize “no snitching” movement in hip hop, however it has sparked outrage within the black community and has caused the newspaper’s editor to issue an apology. I … Continue reading

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Dunbar Village Gang Rape – Black on Black crime ignored by the media and black leaders

After learning of the Jena 6 I was feeling a lot of things…outrage, disappointment, amazement. I’ve been reading as much as possible about the case, most information is online…I haven’t seen any TV news coverage, there’s been some print. However, … Continue reading

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