Jay Z’ s New York Times Op-Ed on the burgeoning sale of legalized marijuana and how it benefits white sellers, while African-Americans are imprisoned at an immense rate is eye opening and informative. Don’t sleep!
When reports surfaced that Facebook removed this video with Nina Simone talking about the beauty of being black, I was surprised. I can’t imagine why, but after listening it all makes sense. Your thoughts?
Photos:Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News Yesterday’s inauguration of Mayor Elect Bill De Blasio ushered in a new era of a more “progressive” New York City. Micheal Powell of the New York Times wrote:”More broadly, the new mayor’s speech underlines that those conservatives who cast a querulous eye and accuse New York City of floating closer […]
“Hidden Colors: The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal,Moor,and African Descent” is a groundbreaking documentary that challenges conventional knowledge about the role of people of color in world history. We are generally taught that historically,most people of color around the world were primitive and uncivilized,and they only became modernized after they were saved and colonized […]
Mr. Bloomberg , I was in your corner during your two terms as Mayor of New York. But recently you’ve been wildin out like Senator Palpatine or worse, The Emperor! Your extension of the term limits so you could run for a third term,that was Ballsy. Basically you said fuck it I’m a Billionaire with […]
A very insightful articleÂ on the Obama Presidency thus far. While proud of his record, Obama has already begun thinking about what went wrong â€” and what he needs to do to change course for the next two years. He has spent what one aide called â€œa lot of time talking about Obama 2.0â€ with […]
After about year of laying in the cut Obama mounts an offensive on the GOP. Decimating the Reps. at the House ofÂ Republican Retreat in Baltimore, he now smells fear and ready for round two. It’s about time and we got your back! Peep the full 66min broadcast above, since FOX News punked out…
This is Big June and although my favorite color is Blue you can believe that I “Go Green”. yes I recycle when I’m able and I use a tote bag whenever possible to carry groceries home. I try to use energy saver light bulbs whenever possible but I fear that me doing it alone is […]
Art From The Heartâ€ presents a unique opportunity to support a worthy cause, acquire a beautiful piece of art, and have fun doing it! Beverage sponsorship kindly provided by the Brooklyn Brewery, beats furnished on opening night by DJ Prolific. All proceeds will go directly to support the Vanderbilt Republic Foundationâ€™s inaugural project, “Masters”. This […]
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