Black Investors Changing The World Through Technology

Black Investors Changing The World Through Technology This is the Black History Month which is also called the National African American History Month. It’s an annual event to celebrate the achievements made by black Americans and a moment to recognize the roles they have played in the United States. Here are some black founders that…

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Oscars Moments You Definitely Didn’t See on TV

Oscars Moments You Definitely Didn't See on TV The Oscars are a night to celebrate the greatest moments and performers in cinema. However, the most interesting moments might not come across the television screen. Check out what you missed behind the scenes of the 2015 Academy Awards. Friends don't let friends take pictures alone. Jennifer…

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Why Dress And Appearance Matter At Black Colleges

Why Dress And Appearance Matter At Black Colleges When the school year began at Dillard University, a historically-black institution (HBCU) located in New Orleans, returning male students asked everyone to wear professional dress to classes. This meant suits and ties, looking the part of the man of business affairs, politics or law. Maybe even a…

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Real Significance of The AFROPUNK Festival Is Already Much More Than Just Music Festival, It Became a Part Of Black Culture

Real Significance of The AFROPUNK Festival Is Already Much More Than Just Music Festival, It Became a Part Of Black Culture! One of the most important cultural events in the history of the American rock experience recently took place in Brooklyn. The AFROPUNK Festival turned 10 years old in 2015; however, it is important to…

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5 Methods that Can Help to Heal the Angry Black Community!

5 Methods that Can Help to Heal the Angry Black Community! Take a drive through any blighted urban inner-city or abandoned rural community and one hears the anguish of its people. These mostly minority neighborhoods, quite often African American, tell bleak stories of life in places that much of the nation chooses to forget. The…

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The Racial Wealth Gap is Growing for Minorities Despite Degree, Studies Show!

The Racial Wealth Gap is Growing for Minorities Despite Degree, Studies Show! Traditionally, a college education has been the expected way to enter the middle class, if not the elite, of society. Students would head off to school knowing that, over a lifetime, their degrees would amount to much more in earnings than that of…

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Find Out Why Almost Half of Atlanta’s Newly Diagnosed HIV Patients Have AIDS?

Find Out Why Almost Half of Atlanta's Newly Diagnosed HIV Patients Have AIDS? Public health officials in Atlanta are keeping a close eye on the growing rates of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and its associated disease, the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). In 2012, Atlanta was ranked the number one American city in terms…

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The 10 Most Pressing Issues Facing 21st Century African Americans

The 10 Most Pressing Issues Facing 21st Century African Americans African Americans still face a litany of problems in the 21st century. Despite gains since the end of World War II, especially the eradication of racial segregation (known as Jim Crow), serious economic, social and political issues persist in the community. Brown vs. Board of…

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See The Heartbreaking #LastWords of The Victims Of Police Brutality

See The Heartbreaking #LastWords of The Victims Of Police Brutality While deaths of Freddie Gray, John Crawford, and other African-American men have sent the social media world into alarm, it doesn't stop there. Police brutality is a very real thing, and it doesn't stay within the cases that make it to national television and news…

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