Two white men were charged with a hate crime after they attacked and hurled racial slurs at a 56-year-old black man in Brooklyn, authorities said.
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Benedict Cumberbatch is dapper in black while attending the 2014 GQ Men of the Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House on Tuesday (September 2) in London, England. The 38-year-old English actor was joined by Luke Evans, Douglas Booth, and Freddie Highmore. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Benedict Cumberbatch During the ceremony, [...]
Cara Delevingne turned serious heads at the GQ Men Of The Year awards in London on Tuesday. The 22-year-old stunned in a black sheer lace number, which she accessorized with a dangling gold necklace and dark red lipstick. The iconic model was not the only star who decided to go bold for the fashionable event. Show More Summary
Vincent D'Onofrio has carved out quite a lengthy, successful career for himself. With credits going back over 30 years, which include roles in Full Metal Jacket, Men In Black, JFK, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and much more, one would understand if he'd be hesitant to take on a new show. Show More Summary
In the midst of the virality of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Marc Lamont Hill dukes it out with "Pull Your Pants Up Challenge" creator
A major theme of Goffman’s On the Run book/article is that the criminal justice system incapacitates Black men by entangling them with surveillance, leading many to become outlaws. This is in contrast to earlier work that claimed that police had abandoned, or had minimal involvement with, poor urban neighborhoods. So what’s the deal? Here’s one […]
Following a video by Malik King, in which the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is converted into the Pull Your Pants Up challenge, CNN contributor Marc Lamont Hill argued the challenge internalized the idea that black men bear a partial responsibility for attracting undue police attention...
This grandmother doesn't understand the situation that could have caused several local young men in Carrollton Georgia to come into her house and shoot her Nizzear in the head as he slept. 5 Local Youth Charged With Murder Malik Davis...Show More Summary
Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, a brilliant Black Ohio State University professor, recently opened the Educational Testing Service and Children’s Defense Fund co-sponsored symposium on Advancing Success for Black Men in College by sharing a question...Show More Summary
Photos via Mad Max 2 Museum At first glance, the idea of a Mad Max 2 museum seems as absurd as a museum for Caddyshack 2 or Men in Black 3. Granted, the film Americans call The Road Warrior is a lot more exciting than Men in Black 3, and oddly enough, funnier than Caddyshack 2. Show More Summary
A decade or so ago, the NYPD copped to having a so-called "Hip-Hop Police" force that kept tabs on all the rich and famous black men just itching to commit all types of heinous crimes in New York City. That force still reportedly exists, but now it keeps its eye on people like Drake and Chris Brown. Read more...
Weirdly, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Men in Black might not have been that far off the mark with their memory-wiping devices. We’re not quite there yet, but while we wait, scientists have discovered a way to change bad memories into good ones. Show More Summary
In the past few weeks, we have seen not only the chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, by the NYPD, but also two publicized cases of young, unarmed African-American men who were gunned down by the police, one on the streets...Show More Summary
This right here is how most black men are treated daily by police officers. Life put on the line just because… They can. Boynton Beach Cops Pull Man Out His Car & Draws Gun On Unarmed Passenger! youtube
What a shock…the police have a task force JUST to monitor rich Black men. SMH. NYPD “Hip Hop” Task Force Beefs Up Surveillance Via Page Six: The NYPD’s “Hip-Hop Squad” has a number of rappers and stars — including
In My Battle To Push The "Embedded Confidence Men" Out Of The "Black Community Consciousness" - I Find Myself Fighting A Two Front BattleMy values and reasoning puts me "Right Of Center".Yet as I actually inspect the antics of "Conservatives"...Show More Summary
Every Black Elected Official That Is "On The Team" Has The Courtesy Of Having "Black Inferiority" Extended To Him In His Office, Regardless Of How Much They Are A Part Of The Establishment Power
A seemingly impervious narrative dominates today’s social discourse in the Black community where Black men are painted as more vulnerable victims than their female counterparts. This far-reaching myth typically arises along with discussions about gender inequality or sexism where claims are made that Black women face less hardship than their male counterparts, or even — [...]
Nicholas Kristof, a white columnist for the New York Times, has a confession: He’s “a little bit racist.” It’s a conclusion he came to after playing a video game.