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Chicago is certainly no stranger to homeless people. Indeed, this city sports a huge homeless population which dramatically grows in summer and, just as dramatically, diminishes in winter. Thus, a sculpture portraying Jesus as a
Pharrell to Black Women Upset About G I R L' Cover: Stop Being Insecure Looks like Skateboard P's got a lot to say in his GQ interview, and he's not biting his tongue. In addition to talking about the 2016 presidential race (he thinks Hillary Clinton
No matter the source, it's just offensive In sports terms, the N-word is the comeback word of the year. Outside the Lines devoted an hour to the subject the other day. The NFL is pondering a rule that would penalize use of the word on the field.
The Ellison A Lifestyle Mag For Today's Black Man Have you ever wondered what a male version of Clutch would be like, if it was for black men, by black men? And we're not talking a men's website with just half-naked women, hip-hop and sneakers.
So it's particularly amusing when they're accused of it themselves. Arsenio Hall, on his Tuesday night show, did just that when he noticed NBC's Brian Williams and the New York Times left him out when they reviewed the new late night talk show scene.
Morning Joe on Wednesday, Emmy award-winning actor and comedian Wayne Brady said that the young black man is becoming an endangered species. I am happy that justice was served to a degree, but what I was saying is not necessarily that the Stand Your
Popular Tags Archives Feeds February 13, 2014 Alfred Wright with one of his three sons Alfred Wright was a 28-year-old physical therapist, a man of great faith, and father of three sons. He grew up in Jasper, Texas, along with four siblings and a
The Butler director Lee Daniels didn't start out as a filmmaker but as an owner of a nursing agency in Los Angeles. So I know how to gather funds, get the people, and treat filmmaking like a business, he tells The Japan Times. At the same time, once
Brent Posada via Facebook Brent Posada of Redding, Calif., told cops he was shot by a black man, but has since recanted his story. A white California man who told cops he'd been shot by a black man has confessed he made the entire story up and had
Odell Sylvester was not the first black man to join the Oakland Police Department. But he was the first black man to attain the rank of sergeant, lieutenant, captain and deputy chief. Along the way he gained a reputation for his firmness, fairness