African-Americans are Not Bystanders to America’s Economy By William Spriggs

African-Americans are Not Bystanders to America’s Economy By William Spriggs

As we reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we think about African-Americans as agents of history. Well-documented gaps in unemployment rates, earnings, poverty and wealth too often lead to viewing African-Americans as bystanders to America’s economy. At worse, …

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Bamboozled by the Bad Vibes

Bamboozled by the Bad Vibes

Hey family, this past Valentine’s weekend has been a weekend filled with love, chilling cold temps, and plenty of hot shows to satisfy one entertainment craving.  One show in particular was the New Jack Swing Tour.  Last night, the tour …

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Indie Soul Interview: Bill Duke’s Dark Girls

Indie Soul Interview: Bill Duke’s Dark Girls

  “Black Media needs to continue the conversation when it comes to color of skin dark skin and light skin”– Mr. Bill Duke If you don’t know who Bill Duke is,  then please, by all means Google him. Just know …

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