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'American Skin' explores race, policing and loss through a provocative lens

"American Skin" touches on raw nerves in the midst of a chaotic historical moment, which is ultimately the whole point. Following his 2016 feature debut "The Birth of a Nation," writer-director-star Nate Parker seeks to bore into the issues surrounding policing and Black America, through a provocative but flawed dramatic vehicle that strains against its confining central device.
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These civil rights icons received Covid-19 vaccine, and they're encouraging Black America to do the same

Civil rights icons took part in a coronavirus vaccination event at a historically Black medical school in Georgia.
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Civil rights icons get Covid-19 vaccine and urge Black America to do the same

Civil rights icons took part in a coronavirus vaccination event at a historically Black medical school in Georgia.
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A letter to Black America for those who do not want to take the COVID-19 vaccine

I am a Black female physician who entered medicine with the hopes to serve her community. I am “Black and Proud,” in the words of James Brown. I love all of my patients, regardless of their race or ethnicity, but I am not afraid to admit that Black Lives Matter. With all of that being […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Review: 'Ma Rainey' exploration of Black America proves as captivating as Boseman's turn

"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" features an incendiary, tragic performance from Chadwick Boseman," who died after its filming.          [Author: Akron Beacon Journal]
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'Truth and healing’: Jamaal Bowman's prescription to overcome vaccine skepticism in Black America

In interview, the Democratic New York congressman-elect says suspicion ‘communicates the lack of trust African Americans feel towards American institutions’An emerging leader of the progressive wing of the Democratic party has argued that politicians must act as role models as part of a concerted effort to combat skepticism of the Covid-19 vaccine, particularly among some Black Americans.Congressman-elect Jamaal Bowman, the progressive New York Democrat who defeated longtime incumbent congressma...
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There's a clear way for Joe Biden to fight for justice and show his commitment to the Black voters who put him in the White House

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes a stop at The Warehouse, a community center for teens in East Wilmington, on November 03, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. Drew Angerer/Getty Images Joe Biden was elected president in large part due to support from Black voters. Biden should pay back this trust from Black voters by fighting for racial justice and reforming the racist criminal justice system. One way to do that is to advocate for the BREATHE Act, which would reshape our prison sy...
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How civil rights leader James Clyburn helped Joe Biden and Black America win the White House

U.S. Rep. James Clyburn has been fighting for civil rights for 60 years. At 80, he gave himself one last job: Get Donald Trump out of the White House.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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The new ‘African American Poetry’ is an essential and wide-ranging collection

By Lew Whittington “On Imagination” is the opening poem in the Library of America’s “African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle and Song.” It was written by Phillis Wheatley in the mid-17th century. Wheatley was captured by slave traders at age seven in Africa and sold on the auction block to John Wheatley, a Boston tailor, who cruelly named her after the slave ship Phillis. But after she learned English, Phillis was so fearless a poet she eventually published a volume of verse “Poems on Var...
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "MABA (Make America Brunch Again)"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist - "MABA (Make America Brunch Again)" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3092 It's this kind of clueless queefage from rich-ass Hollywood knobs like Mark Hamill which perfectly illustrates the attitude of the French aristocracy and bourgeoisie just before the head-chopping started — at last, the Democrats are back in the White House; now we can stop pretending to care about the poor and the working class and go back to brunch again. Fin...
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Ja'Ron Smith, Trump's highest-ranking Black aide, is leaving the White House

Assistant to the President for domestic policy Ja'Ron Smith speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention at the Mellon Auditorium on August 27, 2020 in Washington, DC. NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images Ja'Ron Smith, an aide to President Donald Trump since 2017, on Friday left the White House, he confirmed in a statement. Smith was the highest-ranking Black member of the president's cabinet and his departure comes days after the 2020 election, which Insider and Dec...
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We're still on our own in Black America

Millions of White voters are once again showing who they are and -- spoiler -- it's not really that great for America, but in particular for Black and Brown people.
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Lil Wayne meets with Donald Trump on plan for Black America days ahead of election

Lil Wayne said that he had a "great meeting" with President Donald Trump on Thursday to discuss the Trump administration's proposed...
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Lil Wayne Meets With President Trump & Backs His 'Platinum Plan' for Black America

On Thursday (Oct. 29), Lil Wayne posted a photo of himself with President Trump on Twitter and thanked him for a "great meeting" to...
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Ice Cube and 50 Cent highlight conservative faction among Black, male voters

The conservative leanings of public figures speak to part of the Black male electorate underrepresented in political conversationsAfter Ice Cube garnered headlines for his tweets announcing a collaboration with the Trump administration on what was called a Platinum Plan for Black America, the hip-hop mogul faced immediate backlash for supposed hypocrisy and misogyny.“Black men are breaking my heart with this caping for [Ice Cube and the president]. Apparently y’all want to be to 2020 what White ...
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Black America will have no one else to blame if we do not seize this moment and vote

Black voters have Biden's attention, much more than they ever had or will have Trump's. Grab the chance to correct 400 years of systemic oppression.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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What’s at stake for Karen Bass could go beyond election

Rep. Karen Bass looks to defend the seat in Congress she has held for the past 10 years representing parts of Los Angeles against Republican opponent Errol Webber. Webber does not have any substantial fundraising effort or formal campaign to speak of, so the contest will likely not be much of a challenge for the 66-year-old Democrat in a predominantly left-leaning district. But there could be something bigger looming for the Congresswoman whose career this year catapulted into national promise. ...
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The election scenario that everyone should dread — especially Black America

• Trump unveils 'Platinum Plan' for Black Americans • This virtual relay race is encouraging Black Americans to vote in the presidential election
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The election scenario that should frighten everyone -- especially Black America

As armed far-right and Black groups increase their presence across the US, John Blake fears a confrontation could escalate into violence that erases a summer of racial progress.
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The election scenario that should terrify everyone -- especially Black America

As armed far-right and Black groups increase their presence across the US, John Blake fears a confrontation could escalate into violence that erases a summer of racial progress.
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Attorney: Black man shot by deputies in South LA area wasn’t holding a gun

By STEFANIE DAZIO LOS ANGELES — A Black man shot and killed by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies wasn’t holding a gun when they opened fire, attorneys for his family said Tuesday, contradicting a claim that he had picked up a dropped weapon during a struggle. Dijon Kizzee, 29, “posed no threat” to deputies when they fired 19 shots at him, civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump said at a news conference. Crump also represents the families of George Floyd and Jacob Blake. Floyd was killed when a...
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Did Robert F. Smith use Black America?

OPINION: A criminal tax investigation could reveal that Smith’s $40 million gift to Morehouse may have been a strategy to achieve leniency. Robert F. Smith, the businessman, philanthropist and the wealthiest Black man in America, gained a great deal of attention and accolades when he pledged to pay off the entire student loan debt of the Morehouse College class of 2019. When Smith gave his Morehouse commencement address, what many didn’t know is that he was being investigated by the Justice De...
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There are only 6 billionaires in Hollywood — here's how they became so much richer than other celebrities

Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry at the Los Angeles premiere of "Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire" in November 2009. Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic Actor, writer, and producer Tyler Perry is Hollywood's newest billionaire. Film directors and television personalities dominate the list of Tinseltown's wealthiest — but it doesn't contain anyone who has built a career solely off acting. Hollywood's three comma club is significantly more diverse than the billionaire population as a whole; fou...
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Behind $12 million Breonna Taylor settlement, 'Black America's attorney general' Benjamin Crump

Tamika Palmer's voice broke as she spoke about the city of Louisville, Kentucky's $12 million settlement and planned reforms after the killing of her daughter, Breonna Taylor, during a botched police raid. "As significant as today is, it's only the beginning of getting full justice for Breonna," Palmer said during a news conference on Tuesday. Standing right behind her was Benjamin Crump, an attorney nicknamed "Black America's attorney general" by civil rights activist Reverend A...
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Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019

From historians Keisha N. Blain (author of Set the World on Fire) and Ibram X. Kendi (author of How to Be an Antiracist) comes what sounds like a fascinating new book, Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019. As editors, Blain and Kendi assembled 90 Black writers & poets to write a chronological history of Black America. Details on the bookseller sites are sparse, but Kendi explained the project on Instagram: Histories of Black America have almost always been wri...
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Why Don’t More Black American Women Travel Solo?

Posted: 8/13/2020 | August 13th, 2020 Today, we have a guest post from Senitra Horbrook. She’s a frequent solo traveler who uses miles and points to experience champagne travel on a budget. She has been to six continents and is working on her next goal of visiting 100 countries. In this post, she’s going to talk about Black American women and solo travel. Sometimes when I travel outside of the United States, I take a look around at the faces of other people. I don’t often see any else who looks...
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Teach For America's congressional internship program is proof that the organization is more interested in prestige than actually helping students

Amanda Voisard/The Washington Post/Getty Images Teach For America is a nonprofit with a mission to "strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence." But instead of focusing on students, Teach for America seems more focused on getting their alumni into the halls of power and building their influence. The perfect example of this is the congressional internship program, which sends TFA teachers to intern with lawmakers who push policies that hurt the very students TFA serves. ...
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There are 614 billionaires in the United States, and only 7 of them are Black

Oprah Winfrey made a multimillion-dollar fortune from her media empire. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Only seven of the United States' 615 billionaires are Black, Forbes' Billionaires List shows. All seven of the billionaires on this list are self-made, although their sources of wealth range from finance to technology to entertainment. The lack of diversity in the three comma club highlights the growing wealth gap between Black and white Americans. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stori...
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Tyler Perry is America's newest billionaire

Tyler Perry is America's newest billionaire, according to Forbes. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Tyler Perry built a billion-dollar fortune writing, producing, and starring in films, television shows, and plays for Black audiences overlooked by mainstream Hollywood.Forbes attributed Perry's financial success to the fact that he owns his own production studio, a strategy Perry said he adopted on the advice of Oprah Winfrey.Perry spends his riches on homes in Atlanta, New York, Los Angele...
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