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Best Black Valentine’s Day Movies Of All Time

You have to admit; love is a very beautiful thing. In real life, you may experience bumps in the road, but on-screen you can always expect to enjoy a happy ending. From “Jason’s Lyric” and “Poetic Justice” to “Mahogany” and “Carmen Jones,” we’ve had a variety of films featuring black …

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Black History Month: What Will Your Legacy Be?

As we all know, February marks the formal celebration of Black History Month. What you may not know is that before there was a designated month to celebrate the culture, people, achievements and contributions of African Americans, Carter G. Woodson launched “Negro History Week” in 1926. However, it wasn’t declared …

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Best Reality Shows To Get Hooked On For 2019

Give Netflix a rest for a little while and check out these reality shows (if you’re into that, of course) for 2019. New year, new tv drama! ‘The Masked Singer’ is a singing competition show hosted by Nick Cannon and is based on South Korea’s ‘The King of Mask Singer’ …

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Put The Phone Down And Help Out Those In Need

We’re not even a good thirty days into the new year, and I suppose being a good and decent human wasn’t on the list of resolutions for some. Between the disgusting display of blatant hate and prejudice by the Florida couple towards young black boys in Brickell and the disturbing …

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5 Ways To Confirm You’re Enabling a Womanizer

Many names come to mind as a description for men who are emotionally unavailable. For politically correct purposes, I have decided to use womanizer, but please, feel free to insert the name you are most comfortable with! First of all, what is a womanizer? My original guess was: a man …

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Ladies, We Have To Do A Little Better

Healthy conversations about behavior aren’t always based on praise. Sometimes, you may need a little tough love to see the error in some of your ways. Since the fellas are always butthurt in the comments section because they feel like blogs only highlight the myriad of issues that we have …

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Black on Black Crime Isn’t Real

Whenever there’s public outrage over police brutality against someone Black, there’s a knee jerk reaction by the public to invalidate the claim. More than one thing can be true at once and yet, it never fails that when highlighting some of the egregious acts of those who are hired, trained …

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