Category : Culture

- 2 weeks ago

Ese Azenabor Wows Dallas Again with New Collections

& Back with her first Dallas-based show in two years, international couture designer Ese Grembowski of Ese Azenabor shows Dallas her newest collections at her brand new showroom in the design district. Bridal looks from Ese Azenabor’s 2022...

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Celebrating Earth Day While Destroying The Earth

(Photos: Earth.com\Twitter) We don’t need, indeed can’t tolerate, any more Earth Days during which we salve our consciences and then go back to a world that is grossly and unsustainably over-populated, fantastically littered with thousand-year plasti...

- 2 weeks ago

Understanding May Day And The Labor Struggle Of Workers

(Photos: Wikimedia Commons\Twitter) It's May Day, a day loved and hated by many. It's ancient, a pagan celebration of what was regarded as the first day of summer, focusing on flowers, Aphrodite, and Dionysus. In other words, a balling good time...

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Every Generation Of Black Americans Has Had Rodney King Moment

(Photos: Twitter\ScreenshotYouTube) Whatever horror I felt watching the March 1991 tape of Los Angeles Police officers fracturing Rodney King’s skull, breaking his teeth and bones and causing him permanent brain damage was partially offset by a sense...

- 2 weeks ago

Florida Man Charged With Hate Crimes Against Black Family

(Photo: Law and Crime) Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Roger Handberg for the Middle District of Florida announced today that a federal grand jury in Tampa, Florida, returned a two-count indict...

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The 3-Point Plan to Unite America

By: Pamela Denise LongThe Coalition of Concerned Freedmen is a voluntary association of 2nd through 20th+ generation descendants of U.S. slaves committed to delivery on the promise of a comprehensive package of reparations for slavery and robust poli...

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Mississippi: Civic Groups Sue Over Diluting Of Black Voting Power

(Photos: Facebook\ACLU) Civic and youth leaders in Mississippi sued the state this week, challenging district lines that dilute the voting power of Black residents in state Supreme Court elections, a violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the...