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Chioma Gray missing since 2007 is home!

9 Oct

Chioma Gray missing since 2007 is home!

The teenager went missing in 2007 and was believed to have been abducted by her boyfriend. This is some of the best news I have heard in a long time as her story was the first ever missing black woman story I posted on my old web site  Read more:


Missing black children: A crisis of media neglect

18 Jul

Missing black children: A crisis of media neglect

Ke’Shaun Vanderhorst, Jeanine Barnwell, Jaycee Dugard and Caylee Anthony.All 4 individuals have something in common: their lives were ended or altered tragically. Philadelphia natives Ke’Shaun and Jeanine, however, differ from Jaycee and Caylee in 3 ways. They’re both Black, still missing and didn’t receive any national coverage .

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Did Jon Stewart racially mock Herman Cain

24 Jun

Back on June 9 Jon Stewart did a bit on his show in which he took a shot at GOP candidate Herman Cain. Now some 14 days later Herman Cain and some others claim that he imitated him using an “Amos & Andy ” voice. Those same critics say that it was insulting to African Americans.

Listen for yourself and decide:

Glenn Beck declines to debate Van Jones: What he said, what he really meant

22 Jun

Glenn Beck has declined Van Jones challenge to a debate. He made a statement about his refusal which may appease his supporters but it’s not good enough for me. I put it through my patented BS translator and it spat out what he really meant to say. Read that translation here:

Black male unemployment rate at 17.5 %

20 Jun

Black male unemployment rate at 17.5 %.

Historically, the unemployment rate for African Americans has always been higher than the national average. However, now it’s at Depression-era levels. The most recent figures show the jobless rate for African American males at 17.5 percent.

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Ruth Carter is missing!

1 Jun

Ruth Carter is missing

21 year old college student Ruth Carter is missing in New Orleans. Use the link below to see her picture and read more on her story:

1st African-American Soloist in American Ballet Theatre

9 May

1st African-American Soloist in American Ballet Theatre

As the 1st African-American soloist for the American Ballet Theatre Misty Copeland is encouraging children to chase their dreams. Watch her great story here: