Bishop Eddie Long, the embattled bishop of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia (a suburb of Atlanta),...
Duo Black Violin Shatters Stereotypes On What Sounds Cool
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They are a Genre Blending Synthesis of Hip-Hop, Pop and Classical Music
By KESHIA MCENTIRE @Keshiamc12 | If you’re into rocking out to a genre-blending synthesis of hip-hop, pop and classical...
Georgia College Professor Offers a Lesson on Outkast in English Lit
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The professor offers a scholarly look on African-American history and culture
Some college courses are funkier than others. Starting this month, students in one of Regina Bradley’s upper level English...
President Obama Signs Emmett Till Bill to Reopen Civil Rights Cases
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Legislation will allow FBI, Justice Department to reopen unsolved civil rights cases
This article originally appeared on Ebony.com President Obama signed legislation this month that further allows the Department of...
#BlackGirlMagic: ‘2 Dope Queens’ Podcast Secures Spot on SiriusXM Radio
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The Satellite Giant Picks Up 11 Total Podcasts
If you’re a lover of podcasts, then you’re familiar with “2 Dope Queens” podcast, an award-winning podcast hosted by...
TODAY Show Host, Tamron Hall Visits Dr. Oz to Discuss Sister’s Murder
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Dr. Oz sits down with Hall to discuss her sister's murder and what she's doing to help victims of domestic violence
Tuesday, Dr. Oz sits down with NBC’s TODAY Show host, Tamron Hall to discuss the event’s leading up to...
Char-Meck Police Officer Cleared of Charges in Lamont Scott Shooting
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Officer Brentley Vinson fatally shot Scott in September with few answers as to why?
Originally published on The Huffington Post No charges will be filed against the police officer who killed Keith Lamont Scott...
Civil & Human Rights Activist Dorothy Height Honored with U.S. Stamp in 2017
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She's the 15th Black Woman to be honored with a U.S. Stamp
Dorothy Height spent her life fighting for racial and gender equality. But when you think of the work of leaders...
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