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45th NAACP Image Award Nominees Include “Best Man Holiday”, “Scandal”, and “The Butler”

TV One just announced the nominees for the 45th Annual NAACP Image Awards, with “Best Man Holiday,” BET’s “The Real Husbands of Hollywood,” “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” and “Scandal” scooping multiple categories. (more…)

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WATCH: This is What Happens When Parents Do Not Train, Discipline, and Chastise Their Children at Home (WARNING: Violence and Very Bad Language)

We have been preaching and telling people for years that black people particularly need to get back to old-fashioned corporal punishment at home, because when your child shows out in public, this is what happens. The problem here is that this mother did not discipline her children at home, and

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Civil Rights Activists Who Helped Put President Obama In the White House Are Now Trying to Block His Judicial Nominations

President Barack Obama has a new set of opponents trying to block his judicial nominations: The civil rights activists who made it possible for him to make it to the White House in the first place. (more…)

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Herbert P. Wilkins Sr., Financial Investor to Black Entertainment Television and Radio One, Dies at 71

Roxbury native Herbert P. Wilkins Sr., whose investments and financial insights helped build Black Entertainment Television, Radio One, and numerous other major media properties, died on Dec. 3 after a long illness in Columbia, Md. He was 71 years old. (more…)

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Man Gets Up to 50 Years After Killing Girl Over Cell Phone

Almost two years ago, Kadejah Davis-Talton, then 12, was shot to death at her home in Detroit over a disagreement about a cellphone. On Tuesday, the man convicted in her killing was told he could face 50 years in prison. (more…)

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South African Native Peter Church Recalls Mandela’s Fight Against Apartheid; says There Is Still a “Strong Racial Divide” in South Africa and in America

Eighty-one-year-old South African native Peter Church well remembers the struggle over apartheid that landed Nelson Mandela in an isolated jail cell for 27 years.   REFLECTIONS In this file photo, Peter Church, a native South African and former Episcopal priest who now attends First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, is at an annual

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