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I Despise my Cheating Spouse: Should I Seek Vengeance?

Hello Doctor, I’m writing this out of pain and anger. I’ve been married since November 2015—only eight short months. My husband and I live in different cities, and the plan was for me to relocate to be with him. During my visits to see him, I noticed he was getting attention from other women. He was Keep Reading ?

365 Days Of Social Justice For Travon Williams, Keaira Palmer, Dylan Scott, Kashara Parks, Michael Fuqua, Miprecious Hoskins Chancey Harper Jr, Gabrielle Hill Carter, Dorthy Dow & Jada Page : How Many More LITTLE BLACK GIRLS MUST DIE But Their MOMENT OF M


Mindful Journalism

Greg Ip wrote a fascinating, extremely well-researched and only marginally biased article in the Wall Street Journal entitled "The Unstable Economics in Obama's Health Law." As a healthcare provider as well as an Affordable Care ActShow More Summary

Jerry Rice on Colin Kaepernick: ‘All Lives Matter; Don’t Disrespect the Flag’

NFL Hall-of-Famer and former San Francisco 49er Jerry Rice wants everyone to know that “All Lives Matter,” and he’s urging Colin Kaepernick to stand up like a good Negro and pledge allegiance to the flag before he causes trouble on the plantation. All lives matter. So much going on in this world today.Can we all just […]

Apollo Live Wire -- Bad/Dangerous/Invincible: Michael Jackson's Epic Years

'From Off the Wall to Invincible, Michael Jackson’s recordings on Epic Records chronicle the artist’s evolution to become one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Author and Duke University Professor, Mark Anthony Neal,went...Show More Summary

Race and Segregated Perception by Law Ware

Race and Segregated Perception by Law Ware | @Law_Ware | NewBlackMan (in Exile) Since the very beginning of this democratic experiment, there have been at least two Americas—one white and one black. Perceptual segregation is a psychological phenomenon that influences the way we see the world. Show More Summary

Jackie Robinson in 1972: ‘I Cannot Stand and Sing the Anthem; I Cannot Salute the Flag’

Jackie Robinson, in his 1972 autobiography, I Never Had It Made, described the moment when he realized that he could not “stand and sing the anthem,” nor “salute the flag,” mirroring the recent statements made by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Show More Summary

What It's Like To Be Raised Unapologetically Black And Mexican

“I am Black, I am Mexican. The black gold of the sun and the descendant of the feathered serpent. I am her grandson, and she is my grandmother.” Those are the first words Rush Davis says in We are mitú’s latest video “An ode to being...Show More Summary

22 Afropunk Festival-Goers Exemplify The Beautiful Diversity Of Blackness

Hundreds of attendees gathered to celebrate art, activism and individuality at the 2016 Afropunk Festival at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, New York, over the weekend. Staying true to its mission, this year’s festival, which took place Aug. Show More Summary

Two Chicago Brothers On Parole Charged In Murder Of Nykea Aldridge

n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">Chicago police on Sunday said they have arrested two brothers and charged them with the fatal shooting of basketball star Dwyane Wade’s cousin as she pushed a baby in a stroller, a murder...Show More Summary

Pregnant Blac Chyna Poses Nude On The Cover Of Paper Magazine

Sister, sister! A very pregnant Blac Chyna followed in the footsteps of her future sister-in-law Kim Kardashian and posed nude on the cover of Paper Magazine. Kardashian posed for the magazine back in 2014 in her infamous (and successful)...Show More Summary

How Donald Trump Appeals To Bigots By Pandering To Black Voters

On Friday, NBA player Dwyane Wade’s cousin, 32-year-old Nykea Aldridge, was tragically shot and killed by crossfire in a Chicago shooting. Within hours of her death, surely before her friends and family (including four children) even...Show More Summary

Striking Photos Show How Determined Migrants Still Are To Reach Europe

Migrants and refugees are still fleeing their homes and going to extremes to reach Europe, despite closed borders and increasingly stringent immigration laws. About 3,000 people, mostly from Eritrea and Somalia, were rescued in the Mediterranean...Show More Summary

This Photo Of Beyoncé At The VMAs 13 Years Ago Looks Like It Was Taken Yesterday. Literally.

Yes, Beyoncé is a queen and a goddess and a gift to this world, but she is also an ageless wonder. Thirteen years ago, Beyoncé won a whole bunch of awards for “Crazy in Love” off her first solo project, “Dangerously in Love.” She was...Show More Summary

About That Sexy Cat In Kanye West's 'Fade' Video

Kanye West debuted the video for “Life of Pablo” track “Fade” at Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards. The video was met with one resounding response from fans and critics alike: What’s the deal with that sexy cat-lady? For the majority...Show More Summary

Blue Ivy Doesn't Seem To Be A Fan Of The VMAs, Or Any Other Award Show For That Matter

ICYMI, Blue Ivy ruled the white carpet at the MTV VMAs with her mom Beyoncé on Sunday. A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Aug 28, 2016 at 5:39pm PDT The 4-year-old rocked a $10,950 Mischka Aoki princess gown and kept her footwear casual by wearing $565 Giuseppe Zanotti high-top sneakers. Show More Summary

Discriminatory Voter Suppression Laws Struck Down In Texas, North Carolina And Wisconsin

After the 2010 census, Republican-dominated state legislatures began to enact laws that were designed to suppress Black voter turnout. Using the pretext of preventing voting fraud, legislatures adopted laws that are modern-day equivalents to poll taxes and literacy tests that prevented African Americans from voting during the Jim Crow era. Show More Summary

Obama Administration Considers Ending For-Profit Immigrant Detention

Private prison contractors may lose the ability to run immigrant detention centers as for-profit businesses. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is ordering a review of the agency’s policy of using private contractors to run immigrant...Show More Summary

How Censoring Facebook Affects the Fight for Black Lives

Earlier this month, Baltimore County police tried to serve a black mother with an arrest warrant for failing to appear in court for a traffic violation. But the picture many saw told only one side of the story.  Police killed the woman, Korryn Gaines, while her 5-year-old son was wounded in the altercation. She had […]

Kanye West's Latest Tweet Seems Like An Olive Branch To Taylor Swift

Kanye West might be trying to patch things up with Taylor Swift. The “Famous” rapper tweeted out a photo on Monday afternoon of a fan T-shirt featuring a split image of one of West’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” album covers by...Show More Summary

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