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A New Movie About Vincent Van Gogh Includes Twelve Paintings Per Second

An incredible first of its kind bio-pic entitled Loving Vincent will seek to detail Vincent Van Gogh’s life story using the characters and landscapes from over 120 of his own paintings. By enlisting the talent of over 100 artists fluent in Van Gogh’s style, the film consists completely of oil paintings for …

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The Awkwardness of a Priest, Rabbi, & Conservative Homosexual Atheist Smoking Weed

I really can’t wrap my mind around the purpose of this or what would bring such an occasion together, but for whatever reason, a Rabbi, Episcopal Priest, and a self-described conservative homosexual Atheist got together to “experience one of God’s creations”. They experienced it thoroughly and what ensued was a …

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Watch an Incredible Four Year Old Perform “Hey Black Child” on NBC’s ‘Little Big Shots’

An adorable little girl with a powerful poem made enough waves on the internet to land her a spot on Steve Harvey’s Little Big Shots. Performing Useni Eugene Perkins’ piece “Hey Black Child”, the four-year-old displays a courage and strength that had her parents beaming in the audience. Don’t be fooled by …

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Ex-WNBA Player on the League Being 98% Gay & Being Bullied for Being Straight

Candice Wiggins, the former Stanford University basketball star who retired from the WNBA last year, claimed she was targeted for harassment during an eight-year WNBA career because she was heterosexual. In an extensive interview with the San Diego Union Tribune, Wiggins described what she called a “very, very harmful” culture …

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Jay-Z’s Tidal & Harry Belafonte’s Sankofa.org Collab for Social Justice Film

Jay Z’s Tidal and Harry Belafonte’s social justice organization, Sankofa, have partnered to produce a new visual EP entitled, “17,” which follows a 17-year-old black male, and chronicles his experience with racial bias and police violence. Jay Z’s streaming music and entertainment platform, TIDAL, has partnered with Harry Belafonte’s social …

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The Conditioning of America Against the Black Race

One of the most misused scriptures, in my opinion, is Galatians 3:28, ” There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” This scripture is the first scripture many Christians slap down in front of …

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TV Show “Black-ish” Inspires Phanatik to Explore the Impact of Being “Christian-ish”

To those familiar with his words of wisdom and gift for sharing them, it comes as no surprise that Cross Movement’s Brady “Phanatik” Goodwin now spends his days as a teacher helping educate the next generation. He took to social media over the weekend to provide more of those words and …

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Propaganda Explains How Our Country is Repeating Racism

Propaganda spoke passionately about race relations in a new interview with 247HH. To be honest, I almost didn’t watch or post it. I keep listening to people speak on this topic but it doesn’t feel like we’re getting anywhere with a solution. The magnitude of this multi-generational issue can leave you …

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Gemstones – The Gift (Someday at Christmas)

Last year, rapper Gemstones delivered an amazing hip-hop rendition of Stevie Wonder’s 1967 holiday classic “Someday at Christmas” called “The Gift.” The video intertwines the hope of a better Christmas with themes of current social issues such as Christian persecution abroad, racism and police brutality at home, and points to …

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