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Denzel Washington Destroys the Media by Explaining Effects of Too Much Information

Courtesy of WikiLeaks, the corruption of mainstream media has been brought to light for all to see. It has been factually proven that political candidates were given debate questions in advance, and government agencies are even provided with access to edit news articles about them before they are published. In other …

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Lessons of Social Justice From Moses

No matter when your Christian journey started, most would likely agree that the story of Moses and the Israelites was one of the first Bible stories learned. It’s basic introductory literature of the faith. However, in this article I want to highlight a few lessons that your Sunday school teacher …

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Lecrae Talks Childhood Trauma & Netflix’s “13th” in New Interview

Reach Records’ Lecrae sat down with RECphilly for one of their Free Thinkers interviews where he discussed being a “faith-based” artist, surviving a traumatic event in his childhood, and gave his thoughts on Netflix’s documentary “13th” and why he felt it was important for the impact of mass incarceration. Watch …

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The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah Explains Mockery as a Powerful Tool

Trevor Noah, the South African comedian and host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, sat down with CNN to discuss a number of topics. He has a new book out entitled Born a Crime, where Noah reflects on his childhood, race in South Africa, as well as his rise to success. …

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Akon’s Billion Dollar Deal To Bring Solar Power To Africa (Video)

The culture of hip-hop is drunk on material possessions and Akon couldn’t do it anymore. Under the conviction of realizing how bad people are struggling in Africa, he gave it all up and started an organization called Akon Lighting Africa, which seeks to eliminate the overwhelming need for access to electricity; …

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Is Anyone Racially Pure? Your True Heritage Might Surprise You (Video)

Throughout my entire life I have always been asked, “What are you?” My response has always been, “Native American” however, I am most often asked if I am Hispanic or Italian. Others I have heard are Indian, Puerto Rican, Armenian, and even mixed with black. I have had Hispanics walk …

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Black Guns Matter: Activist Aims to Educate Citizens About Guns

Black Lives Matter? All Lives Matter? Blue Lives Matter? How about Black Guns Matter. 29-year-old Philadelphia activist and artist Maj Toure has created a firearms safety and training organization aimed at educating people about guns and their Second Amendment gun rights as American citizens. Who does Toure want to educate, …

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Dave Chappelle on Trump & Race in Tv Return on Saturday Night Live

Dave Chappelle makes his television return in classic Chappelle fashion. Watch as Dave Chappelle hilariously weighs in on the presidential election, Donald Trump, the history of race in America and the climate since the election. As I watched and laughed at Chappelle, I have to say I was caught off …

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Why I Stopped Taking Selfies

I used to love taking pictures of myself when I thought I looked particularly good, or when I would go to an event, that was a good excuse to take a selfie. Shoot, any day I had makeup on was a good day to take a selfie! When I was …

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