Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

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Shout out to Dijonay’s parents for naming all their kids after seasonings, spices and condiments.

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In 90’s Black Singers were ridiculously horny for no reason











Some of you are here because of those songs!

Good times, good times this was before the ‘bitches and hoez’ brigade took over . *sigh*

Sigh indeed

we tried to tell you

At least they were smooth with it. Like when Silk said “making it sweet in your sheets from your head down to your feet.” They wasn’t talking about no linens.

Too Close x Next is a perfect example for this post ,

I was born in 95 … OMG…

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Fifty years ago, thousands of young people organized the Mississippi Summer Project, a historic attempt to register black voters in Mississippi, which, at the time, had the lowest black registration rate in the country. Some civil rights workers were killed. Hundreds were beaten. But Freedom Summer, as it’s now known, transformed the national narrative surrounding civil rights by ushering in a new wave of laws that would guarantee equality at the ballot box.

Today, America is at another crossroads in civil rights. People of color represent two-thirds of our incarcerated population. Gun homicide is the leading cause of death among black teenagers. Schools are again re-segregating. Race is still a roadblock in America. We face a stalled Congress, unable to protect our founding values that we are all created equal. And we sit in the looming shadow of a Supreme Court, whose blind eye toward race is equally blind to our inalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as shown from recent decisions limiting contraception coverage, hurting public employee unions, rolling back voting rights, and increasing the influence of big money in politics.

We, the millennial generation, cannot be “colorblind.” We must choose the path of change.

Young people must create a new civil rights movement to fight systemic inequality  (via micdotcom)

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Forgotten Rebellion: Black Seminoles and the Largest Slave Revolt in U.S. History

The story of John Horse and the Black Seminoles has been largely untold, but they deserve to be remembered for a number of reasons: 

  • They created the largest haven in the U.S. South for runaway slaves.
  • They led the largest slave revolt in U.S. history.
  • They secured the only emancipation of rebellious slaves prior to the U.S. Civil War.
  • The formed the largest mass exodus of slaves across the United States and, ultimately, to Mexico.

buried history

Never to be found in your history textbooks. 

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I’m weird, I’m quirky, I’m enticing, beauteous, & I PLAY dumb & am not dumb. Oh.. I’m a bit crazy too. I like like-minded people…

July 23, 2014     2 notes

I’m weird, I’m quirky, I’m enticing, beauteous, & I PLAY dumb & am not dumb. Oh.. I’m a bit crazy too. I like like-minded people…

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What’s crazy is that they really attacking whoever made that hair post. But it’s true as hell. Criticizing somebody for stepping out of their race hairstyle-wise, is hypocritical if you’re not completely natural. You can’t be screaming bout Malaysian bundles on Instagram, or getting relaxers every month then saying white people can’t wear dreads. 

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Good Idea/Bad Idea - Animaniacs

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV

Part V

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Rosie Ward left a legacy… A long one!

July 20, 2014





We have to be the biggest promoters of our own stories.  Can’t  depend on CNN to promote inspiring black stories. Just wanted to share this story.

“Graduating from university is normally an occasion for a family get-together.
And this was certainly a big celebration for the Ogunsanya quadruplets who were handed their well-deserved degrees from the same university on the same day.

The 23-year-old quads, identical sisters and the oldest by four minutes, Toks and Temi Ogunsanya, and identical brothers, Tobi and Tolu, graduated from Warwick University with Master Degrees.

And there was not a jot of sibling rivalry as all four have landed jobs in the City already.

Toks graduated with anMEng in manufacturing and engineering and Temi, Tobi and Tolu all gained an MSC in management from Warwick Business School.

‘The fact we all chose to study at the University of Warwick was a natural decision,’ says Tobi, who thinks a bit of sibling rivalry is essential for success.

‘We are a close-knit family and were all attracted by the strength of the courses on offer.

‘We all gravitated to similar courses because we’ve always been interested in business and management and our father is a successful businessman in Nigeria.’

The quads, originally from Lagos, Nigeria, have been living in the UK since the age of seven when they began boarding schools. Since leaving university they have all landed top city jobs.

Toks is due to start working for RBS in London later this year, Temi, who interned at Santander over the summer, has been offered a permanent position with the bank, and Tolu is due to start working for one of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms in the City.

‘Our parents are four times as proud of us,’ added Tobi, who is mulling over two offers from two major City firms.

‘They’ve supported us financially and have encouraged us all the way - without their help we wouldn’t be here today.’ “

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look at the african excellence, y’all. everything na quadruple, druple.


Yeeees black excellence! I LIVE to see things like this!

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sweet theme, bro.