De La Soul – Royalty Capes

New video from De La Soul!

Royalty Capes featuring Gina Loring is from
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Why We Need to Pay More Attention to the Sexual Abuse of Black Boys

No one ever wants to talk about why so many of our men are broken…. because they have been tampered with…

It’s rare to hear or read about a discussion centered solely on the sexual abuse of Black boys. I’ve only seen this topic come up when women are interrupted while discussing the childhood sexual abuse of Black girls. That interruption only serves to derail the conversation entirely or, at best, feels like an inappropriate time to scream “this happens to boys, too.” Continue reading

How Today’s White Middle Class Was Made Possible By Welfare

For those that didn’t know this already, the AmeriKKKan middle class was created by welfare…

Whites, angered at blacks and immigrants receiving “government handouts,” forget they were lifted out of poverty through racially exclusive welfare programs in the 30s.1 Continue reading

African American Tech “Mompreneur” Launches Cryptocurrency $Guap to Grow Black-Owned Businesses

Nice to see some of us gettin in on the cryptocurrency game….

Technology veteran, visionnaire, and mompreneur Tavonia Evans has launched the very first ICO (Initial Coin Offering) for $Guap, a coin aimed at recycling wealth within the Black community. $Guap is a groundbreaking offer that breaks into the world of cryptocurrency with an ambitious mission to reward African-American consumers for supporting businesses that support them. Continue reading

A Vanishing History: Gullah Geechee Nation

On the Sea Islands along the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia, a painful chapter of American history is playing out again. These islands are home to the Gullah or Geechee people, the descendants of enslaved Africans who were brought to work at the plantations that once ran down the southern Atlantic coast. After the Civil War, many former slaves on the Sea Islands bought portions of the land where their descendants have lived and farmed for generations. That property, much of it undeveloped waterfront land, is now some of the most expensive real estate in the country.
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