The Colin Kaepernick Revolution

Call it whatever else you want! It is nevertheless another milestone of Blacks’ struggle in America Colin Kaepernick is a black man who is tired of the discriminated practice by law enforcement officers and the justice system towards blacks. But Colin is also “a well-known NFL quarterback who was quietly and peacefully protesting the oppression of minorities in…

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Blacks in America

Remark: we organize a forum which you can access from the MENU or here ; we hope to hear what you would do to solve this nagging problem. In light of the stream of murders committed by both law enforcement officers on unarmed black civilians and deranged or overzealous individuals on police officers, it is…

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What-If

  Now that the Iowa frenzy is behind us, to kick off the black history month, we invited a young black, upcoming and promising artist TheRealPGoods (or simply PGoods as he prefers to be called, pronounced without the <S>) out of Boston, Massachusetts to give us a peek of his latest work. We got quite lucky. PGoods…

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Waiting for Superman

Both Hillary Clinton and President Obama are missing in the Michael Brown’s execution on the streets by Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014 in Ferguson, MO ; Jonathan Capehart of Washington Post disagrees with that statement. Has it not been for the Attorney General Eric Holder who incidentally volunteered to go checking things out for…

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Race Relations in America

Whenever Race Relation is brought up, Whites cringe, Blacks become angry. They live in two different worlds. Racial discrimination is real or exaggerated depend on whom you ask. If you’re white, you’d be most likely confused by how much tantrum the Blacks have over an issue that was dealt with once and for all. After…

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