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How Accepting Immigrants Into the U.S. Will Lead to the Collapse of Our Country (Video)

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When you look past all of the crap being discussed in this political election, there are actually some very important issues we need to be paying attention to—immigration being one of them. A few months ago, we posted a rather mind-blowing video that adds a level of perspective to the issue that the …

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Michelle Alexander Walks Away From Law to Teach and Study at Seminary

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We recently published an article heavily influenced by one of our country’s foremost intellectuals who is also a civil rights activist, author of The New Jim Crow, and associate professor of law, Michelle Alexander. Last night, Michelle Alexander announced on her Facebook page that she has decided to walk away from law which has …

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Watch Datin Lyrically Question What Really Happened on 9/11

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It’s clear from his lyrical content that God Over Money’s Datin has a sincere interest in eschatology. Those who share that with him know that such an interest will inevitably lead you down a few conspiracy theory rabbit holes as you try to pull God’s word off of the pages …

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Pamela Anderson’s New Anti-Porn Campaign?

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What, exactly, is pornography? por·nog·ra·phy pôrˈnäɡrəfē/ noun printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings. The definition of pornography makes most viewers of television and movies consumers of porn. I often ask people …

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Entire Seahawks Team Planning ‘A Big Surprise’ During Sunday’s National Anthem

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According to the Seahawk’s starting linebacker, Bobby Wagner, the entire team is planning ‘a big surprise’ during the national anthem on Sunday before their home game against the Miami Dolphins. “Anything we want to do, it’s not going to be individual. It’s going to be a team thing. That’s what the …

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Does Your Body Language Determine How Others Perceive You?

Four different poses of one woman waiting for interview. Sitting in office on chair.

Social psychologist and Associate Professor at Harvard Business School, Amy J.C. Cuddy recently did a Ted Talk on how our body language can help shape who we are and how others perceive us. This particular Ted Talk captured my attention because I experience social anxiety and consider myself to be …

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God and the Fatherless Black Man

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In light of recent events in the news of blacks killing blacks, and police killing unarmed black men, many of us in the church world are quick to say “I pray that our brothers turn to the Lord.” As a Christian, this is the best advice that I have for …

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The Hood Needs a Reallocation of Funds

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In African-American culture, the neighborhood (sometimes known as the “hood” or the “trap”) seems to be glorified for several reasons – some good and some bad. Let’s look at some of the issues that plague most of the ‘hoods in the U.S.: Education system is underserved and not funded properly …

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Propaganda Delivered a Brilliant Spoken Word Poem at Legacy 2016

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The interwebs were buzzing with news from Legacy 2016 that Humble Beast’s Propaganda delivered a brilliant new spoken word piece, https://twitter.com/AmIshoBaraka/status/756694412466462725 Somehow the homie GS got his hands on some cell phone footage of the occasion, and now the rest of us get to witness what all the fuss is about. …

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My Thoughts On the Black Lives Matter Movement

Neal Blair, of Augusta, Ga., wears a hoodie which reads, "Black Lives Matter" as stands on the lawn of the Capitol building during a rally to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, on Capitol Hill, on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, in Washington. Black men from around the nation returned to the capital calling for changes in policing and in black communities. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

More often than not you hear people say, “The police are getting out of control with shooting unarmed and sometimes armed young black males.” I, being a so-called African-American male, believe I understand where people are coming from. I, too, am alarmed at what I am witnessing through social media and …

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