Archive | February 2015

Da Brat Goes In On Gary With Da Tea In Heated Freestyle Battle! [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

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Don’t come for Da Brator else she might give you that work in a freestyle. Listen to the audio player to hear her and Gary With Da Tea go head to head in this hilarious freestyle battle!

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I Am Black History ” Afro-American Newspaper”

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The Afro is the oldest and black owned family newspaper business in America! The newspaper is published weekly right here in Baltimore Maryland. We make history everyday in all arena’s so we need to support and recognize these businesses.

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The White House to Honor HBCU Leaders, Black Woman To Head Elite College

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Despite the distressing state of historically black colleges and universities, there are individuals working within the education institutions who are working hard to drive change. Tomorrow, the White House will honor faculty and staff members at HBCU’s for their efforts in promoting college completion by recognizing them as “Champions of Change.” The Champions for Change program was designed to highlight individuals who have made the effort to empower and uplift people within their local communities. The group of individuals joined forces with students, families, and policymakers to create strategies for success for those who attend their institutions of higher learning. Those who are being honored will include A. Deloris Alexander, Ph.D., who serves as Director of the Integrative Biosciences PhD Program at Tuskegee University; Abayomi Ajayi-Majebi, Ph.D., PE, who is a professor of Manufacturing Engineering and Past Chairman of the Manufacturing Engineering Department undergraduate program at…

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How Mary Mary’s Tina Campbell Is Helping Heal Relationships

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We saw Tina Campbell overcome her own relationship issues, and now she’s trying to help others heal. Listen to the audio player to hear about her new book in this edition of Inside Inspiration!

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For Discussion: New Slavery Video Game Designed To Make Learning About It “Fun” For Students Causes Outrage

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Outrage Erupts Over New Slavery Video Game Intended To Make Learning About It “Fun” For Students

A fairly new video game designed to make learning about slavery more “fun” for students is rightfully causing a huge uproar across the country.

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A computer game simulating the experiences of a US slave girl in the 19th Century has sparked outrage across the country. Critics believe the game doesn’t depict the true brutality of slavery and students should look to other resources to learn about it.

The educational learning program in question is called ‘Flight to Freedom’ and chronicles the experiences of a 14-year-old black slave called Lucy King, who works on a slave plantation in Kentucky. Users have to try and help her escape to the north of the country, where slavery has been abolished.

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UPDATED: Trayvon Martin family lawyer says DOJ’s decision marks end of road legally in case

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The Department of Justice’s decision Tuesday not to charge George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin marks the end of the road for any legal recourse his family will seek in the case, a family lawyer told NewsOne.

When asked if they will seek any further remedy from the justice system, Benjamin Crump replied, “They are not even looking at that,” and said Trayvon Martin’s parents Sabrina Fulton and Tracy Martin will now shift focus. “They were very brokenhearted, but they are committed to pushing forward with the legacy of Trayvon Martin with the work of the foundation,” Crump said in a telephone interview. “They are trying to prevent any more senseless acts of violence that they can from happening to our children. They’re going around the country mentoring and speaking and being prayer partners for other families of people lost to senseless violence.”

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