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[App Addict] 3 Apps That Make for Easy Travel

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On this day in 1976, the African nation of Seychelles gained its independence

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Clip Tease: Miles Pulls A Few Stunts on 'Uncle Buck'

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Nobody knew what to expect when Mike Epps joined ABC’s TV line up. His brand of comedy isn’t exactly, well…family friendly. And… [read more]

Yes, Jesse Williams Is Black Enough to Call Out America’s Racism<br />

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Yes, Jesse Williams Is Black Enough to Call Out America’s Racism

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Almost as soon as Jesse Williams stepped off the stage at the BET Awards after giving [read more]

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Black Superwomen Don't Intimidate Me, They Scare Me

by Lincoln Anthony Blades

"Men are just intimidated by strong women." I've heard that overly-generalized statement from far too many women throughout… [read more]

EBONY Magazine July 2016 Let’s Talk About #BLACKCHURCHSEX

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Addressing Sexuality, Faith and Identity Through #BlackChurchSex

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News & Views / Opinion

Why the Supreme Court Abortion Clinic Ruling Was a Win for Black Women

BY Kierra Johnson

It’s no coincidence that, as we stood on the steps of the Supreme Court celebrating the biggest win for abortion access since 1973’s Roe… [read more]

Repping and Reforming Through Hip-Hop at Rikers Island

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In Empire's second season, during the his short prison bid, Lucious Lyon smuggled recording equipment inside, and dropped the fictitious… [read more]

Bobby Brown Responds to Critics, Calls Upcoming New Edition Film ‘Excellent’

Entertainment & Culture / Celebrities & Notables

Bobby Brown Responds to Critics, Calls Upcoming New Edition Film ‘Excellent’

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Bobby Brown isn’t afraid to speak his mind. The self-proclaimed King of R&B recently released his memoir [read more]

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News & Views / Education

How the Problems of Black Schoolgirls Go Unnoticed

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I recently sat with four colleagues during a school-based professional development session on diversity. There was a Jewish woman, a Mexican woman… [read more]

Jesse Williams' Speech Shuts It Down at BET Awards

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Jesse Williams' Speech Shuts It Down at BET Awards

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If there were ever a moment where one could drop the mic and walk away it was this one.  Actor Jesse Williams, in a five minute speech… [read more]

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