Category Archives: African American Media

Can We Stop Killing Each Other Brutally and Prove to Ourselves Black Lives Truly Matter – TO US


When observing the past seven years of the many Black grassroots civic protests and White organized, protest namely Occupy Wall Street. Chaos the majority often occurs during nighttime hours of protesting and marching where agent’s provocateurs (individual’s agitators / rioters … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Black Fraternity here in America…


Under the surface our society vs race, people beliefs and prejudice have not changed. The S.A.E. White male frat members busted singing a song they all knew well is not out of the ordinary here in America. Who’s really surprised? Those … Continue reading

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THINKING BLACK IS NOT RACIST THINKING IT IS A MATTER OF SELF PRESERVATION


I respectfully and humbly disagree with present liberal thought and political direction concerning the Black and White races. Though I agree with original Black thinkers of human ideologies premises and theories of how to unify the Black masses on our … Continue reading

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Ernestine Johnson Performs ‘The Average Black Girl’ on Arsenio Hall Show


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