Category : Culture

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Black reparations and the racial wealth gap

brookings.edu - The April 27th Hutchins Center virtual event devoted to our new book, From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century, resulted in too many participant questions to…Tweeted by @blackstar1ne https://t...

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Video: Brown Shuga in tears after being dumped

By BigEyeUg Team Truth be told, true love will feel better than anything else in this world and that is why most people fight to keep it once they find it. However, singer Brown Shuga’s love story is anything but enjoyable at the moment...

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How Residential Segregation Looked in the South

daily.jstor.org - During the 1960s, the conventional measure of residential segregation pointed to what seemed like a counterintuitive fact of life in cities in the American South. Blacks and whites lived much closer …Tweeted by @PaulSchadewald1 http...

- 2 days ago

There’s a Lot You Don’t Know About the World’s Fastest Woman

outsideonline.com - For Olympic runner Wilma Rudolph, the proverbial starting line was way behind most Americans. She was born premature and sickly to a poor black family in the Jim Crow South in 1940. As the 20th of 22…Tweeted by @outsidemagazine ht...

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Bad Black schools other women on why they should date younger men

By BigEyeUg Team Only once in your life, I truly believe, you find someone who can completely turn your world around. You tell them things that you’ve never shared with another soul and they absorb everything you say and actually want to hear mo...

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Black Market records sign Wamlembez hit singers The Sailors

By Reporter In a bid to expand Africa Wide, Black Markets records has extended its wings wide up to Kenya by signing famous music group The Sailors known for their hit song Wamlembez that disorganized party goers back in 2019. The group was formed in...

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Blavity News & Politics

blavity.com - In Meek Mills’ hip hop song “What’s Free,” Jay-Z said it best, “We was praisin’ Billboard, but we were young. Now I look at Billboard like ‘is you dumb?’” Jay Z expresses my sentiments towards the po…Tweeted by @Blavity https://twitter....

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A Tale of Two Progressives

amgreatness.com - I don’t remember the specifics of what I was told in school about Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States (1901-09), and Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president (1931-21), but I remember …Tweeted by @theamgreatness https...