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Vernon Jordan, activist, ex-Clinton adviser, dead at 85

By Jeff Martin and Errin Haines | Associated Press ATLANTA — Vernon Jordan, who rose from humble beginnings in the segregated South to become a champion of civil rights before reinventing himself as a Washington insider and corporate influencer, has died, according to a statement from his daughter. He was 85. “My father passed away last night around 10p surrounded by loved ones his wife and daughter by his side,” Jordan’s daughter, Vickee Jordan Adams, said in a statement released Tuesday to CBS...
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2021 Kawasaki Z900RS [Model Overview]

The 2021 Kawasaki Z900RS (and Cafe): Old School, New Cool Contents Model Overview Specifications Features Photos Videos Links Kawasaki has done a brilliant homage to the iconic Z1, with the styling of the Z900RS. We have seen many attempts to bring the old school cool into modern machines, often badly by the cager crowd (think Chevy SSR or Ford retro Thunderbird), but this Japanese-made modern classic really hits the mark. Borrowing a few parts from its stablemate Z900 in the 2021 Kawas...
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Cicely Tyson, Hollywood Trailblazer in TV and Film, is Dead at 96

Trailblazing Hollywood icon Cicely Tyson, perhaps best known for her Oscar-nominated turn in 1972’s Sounder, has died. She was 96. Variety reports that Emmy and Tony-winning actress Cicely Tyson, whose career in theater, film, and television spanned seven decades, died Thursday afternoon at the age of 96. A family statement did not reveal the cause. “I have managed Miss Tyson’s career for over 40 years, and each year was a privilege and blessing,” her manager, Larry Thompson, said in a state...
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Former NBA player Junior Bridgeman to buy bankrupt Ebony for $14 million

Former NBA player Ulysses “Junior” Bridgeman has emerged as the likely next owner of legacy Black media company Ebony, after bidding $14 million for it in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
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Remembering Walter E. Williams, friend and mentor: Larry Elder

I met economist and professor Walter Williams when I interviewed him while hosting a local TV show in Cleveland. We discussed a number of topics but focused on race-based preferences, aka affirmative action. Williams adamantly opposed it, still an unpopular position to take, but especially back then and especially for a Black person. He calmly explained how affirmative action causes a mismatch between a student and his or her ability to succeed on a campus more competitive than would have been t...
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(Promo Diskon 30%) Legging Yoga Curvy Fit – MED EBONY $ 17.49

Beranda » Semua Penawaran » (Promo Diskon 30%) Legging Yoga Curvy Fit – MED EBONY $ 17.49. -30%. Promo Diskon 30%) Legging Yoga Curvy Fit – MED EBONY $ 17.49. Penawaran Amazon menawarkan Legging Yoga Curvy Fit ini – MED EBONY hanya dengan $ 17,49. Itu a Diskon 30% untuk a penghematan $ 7,50! Pengiriman Gratis.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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NRA Hits Back with Federal Suit v. James; Anti-2A Groups Exploit Lawsuits

The NRA Headquarters building U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Asserting that New York State Attorney General Letitia James’s lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association is “motivated and substantially caused by her hostility toward the NRA’s political advocacy,” the association has filed a countersuit in federal court and is asking for a jury trial. The lawsuit was filed by attorney William A. Brewer III of New York in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York in Alban...
Tags: New York, Guns, Congress, Washington, New York City, US, America, Bloomberg, Fox News, Seattle, Andrew Cuomo, District Of Columbia, Michael Bloomberg, Albany, James, Cuomo


The US didn't send the first Black person into space — the Soviet Union did with the launch of Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez, an Afro-Cuban man who cleared the way for others to follow

NASA did not launch the first Black person into space — the Soviet Union beat the US space agency by three years. Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez, a Cuban of African descent, launched to space with a Soviet cosmonaut crewmate on September 18, 1980. NASA missed an opportunity to make Captain Ed Dwight the first Black astronaut 20 years earlier — and put him in the running for an Apollo moon-landing mission. Ultimately, Guion Bluford, who flew on the eighth space shuttle mission in 1983, was the first Bla...
Tags: White House, US, America, Trends, Nasa, John F Kennedy, Pentagon, Ussr, Johnson, Air Force, Cuba, Fidel Castro, US Navy, Castro, Kennedy, Dwight


Bonnie Pointer, early member of Pointer Sisters, dies at 69

By ANDREW DALTON LOS ANGELES — Bonnie Pointer, who in 1969 convinced three of her church-singing siblings to form the Pointer Sisters, which would become one of the biggest acts of the next two decades, died Monday. The Grammy winner died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles, publicist Roger Neal said. She was 69. “It is with great sadness that I have to announce to the fans of the Pointer Sisters that my sister, Bonnie died this morning,” sister Anita Pointer said in a statement. “Our family is dev...
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How Martin Luther King Jr. and Motown Saved the Sound of the Civil Rights Movement

You know Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Or at least you think you know it—you’ve read about it in textbooks, or heard politicians quote from it, or seen clips in classrooms or museums. But chances are, you haven’t heard the full 17-minute address from the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and what you have heard failed to capture what made it the one of the most famous speeches in history. Even if you wanted to, despite its renown, it’s surprisingly hard to find...
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Summer Vine Print + DIY Pocket Pillow Covers

This new fabric was designed as a climbing vine with meandering leaves that stretch up to the sunlight. The print features sketched leaves on a climbing vine and I just released it! May I introduce you to my newest pattern: Summer Vine. It’s been a few years since I shared the steps I use to make pocket pillow covers (no zipper). Once you master this easy technique you can make new pillow covers for every season!   This method works for any square or rectangular pillow. I believe it’s better ...
Tags: Crafts, Diy, Ebony, Fabric Projects, Fabric Project, Fabrics + Textiles, Fabric Designs


African-American culinary exhibit

A Kickstarter-funded exhibit dedicated to the African-American contributions to American cuisine for the past 400 years is coming to New York City this winter, highlighting black chefs, farmers, and food and drink producers who have made the nation’s cuisine what it is today. Slated for late February, the exhibit entitled “African/American: Making the Nation’s Table” will be curated by African-American culinary experts and chefs, and will open in the Africa Center in East Harlem. The exhibit...
Tags: Travel, NYC, New York City, Museums, New Orleans, Harlem, All, Ebony, Thomas Jefferson, East Harlem, Leah Chase, Nathan Green, African American community, Museum of Food and Drink, Africa Center, NYC Museums


‘Avengers: Endgame’ Final Battle Oral History: How the Biggest Scene in Comic Book Movie History Came Together

As the narrative conclusion of 22 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame needed to end with a scene so large, it could contain the dozens of characters who’d been established by that point. The film’s colossal final battle fit the bill: it’s a gargantuan confrontation with Thanos and his alien armies on one side and Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and all of the surviving heroes on the other. It’s such a spectacular clash that it instantly became the biggest comic book movie...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Interviews, America, Atlanta, Features, Iron Man, Sequels, Evans, Josh Brolin, Thor, Chris Pratt, Oral History, Thanos, Avengers


Malik Yoba Explodes During Interview Over Allegations He Solicited Underage Trans Girls for Sex: “What the F*** Is Wrong With You?”

Actor Malik Yoba was fully prepared to become a transgender ally and advocate when he revealed earlier this month that he is attracted to both cis and transgender women. Unfortunately, his well-intentioned activism has become marred with allegations that he used to solicit underage trans girls for sex more than 20 years ago. And things came to a head when Yoba exploded at a reporter who asked about the allegations during a taped interview with The Root, causing the actor to yell, curse, and walk...
Tags: Videos, Celebs, Interviews, Transgender, Pop Culture, Jazz, Lgbtq, Trending, Ebony, Bussey, Malik Yoba, Yoba, Mariah Lopez Ebony


James Harris, the black scientist who helped discover two elements

The year 2019 is the 150th anniversary of the publication of Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev’s Periodic Table. The Periodic Table is a tabular arrangement of all elements. Mendeleev developed it to recognize patterns of the known elements. He also predicted that later scientists would fill in new elements in the gaps of his table. Today’s periodic table now provides a useful framework for analyzing chemical reactions and continues to be widely used in chemistry, nuclear physics, and other scien...
Tags: Books, Texas, Featured, Austin, Chemistry, United States, Richmond California, Army, African American, History of science, Department Of Energy, Jim Crow, Caribbean, Periodic Table, Ebony, HARRIS


George Lucas and Mellody Hobson want control of Ebony photo archives, 'an essential part of American history'

Power couple George Lucas and Mellody Hobson are trying to take possession of Ebony magazine’s historic photo archives, which were used as collateral for a $12 million loan they made to now-bankrupt Johnson Publishing four years ago. Capital Holdings V, a company controlled by the filmmaker and...
Tags: George Lucas, Ebony, Mellody Hobson, Johnson Publishing, Capital Holdings


Historic Former Publisher Of Ebony And Jet Magazines Files For Bankruptcy

Johnson Publishing, the historic former publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines, has filed for bankruptcy. After it sold its magazines in 2016, the company focused on fashion and its vast photo archives.
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Johnson Publishing once chronicled black life in Ebony and Jet. It sold the magazines in 2016 and now it's going out of business.

Johnson Publishing, whose iconic Ebony and Jet magazines chronicled black life in America for decades, has filed for bankruptcy and plans a court-supervised sale of its assets. The 77-year-old company, which sold Ebony and Jet almost three years ago, on Tuesday filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation...
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Michelle Obama's memoir set to become the most successful memoir in history - Channel 24

Michelle Obama's memoir set to become the most successful memoir in history   Channel 24 Michelle Obama's book Becoming is set to become the most successful 'memoir in history' according to its publisher, Ebony reports. The book, which was ...
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Commentator: I'm speechless

Jamilah Lemieux, a former senior editor at Ebony magazine who was interviewed in the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries on Lifetime television, reacts to the musician's indictment.
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Commentator speechless after indictment

Jamilah Lemieux, a former senior editor at Ebony magazine who was interviewed in the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries on Lifetime television, reacts to the musician's indictment.
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Commentator gets emotional: I'm speechless

Jamilah Lemieux, a former senior editor at Ebony magazine who was interviewed in the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries on Lifetime television, reacts to the musician's indictment.
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Commentator: R. Kelly's accusers were ignored because they're black

Jamilah Lemieux, a former senior editor at Ebony magazine who was interviewed in the "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries on Lifetime television, reacts to the musician's indictment.
Tags: News, Stories, Ebony, Kelly, Jamilah Lemieux


Markelle Fultz — and his mom — need to move on from Sixers, focus on Magic

Fultz was traded to the Magic ahead of last week's trade deadline, but that hasn't stopped Fultz and others from throwing veiled criticism at the Sixers. This time it was Fultz's mother, Ebony, who had an interesting comment about where her son came from and how much better his new situation is, per The Athletic's Josh Robbins. "I get a great vibe," Ebony Fultz said.
Tags: News, Philadelphia 76ers, Ebony, Sixers, Markelle Fultz, Fultz, Josh Robbins, Ebony Fultz


Alchemy Custom Weaponry Introduces New Prime Elite Model 1911

Alchemy Custom Weaponry Introduces New Prime Elite Model 1911 Geneseo, IL –-(Ammoland.com)- Alchemy Custom Weaponry (ACW), maker of handcrafted 1911s designed by master gunsmith Rob Schauland, is pleased to introduce the new Prime Elite model 1911 for 2019. The Prime Elite, a deluxe version of the ACW Prime, boasts elite gunsmith custom features including a NEW ACW extended magwell, a reverse crown barrel, gold bead front sight and an HRT (hostage rescue team) slide stop. Wood checkered grips...
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Suhr Dealers :: Suhr Modern HSH Floyd Hand Selected Spalted Maple Top Roaste

Author: OfficialWildWestGuitars Subject: Suhr Modern HSH Floyd Hand Selected Spalted Maple Top Roaste Posted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:40 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 The Suhr Modern basic features are a basswood body, plain maple top, and maple neck with Ebony fingerboard. The Modern retains many of the most popular specifications of the Modern Pro including the sleek elliptical neck profile, balanced asymmetrical body, innovative neck heel, and stainless steel frets. Many Moderns that we have ...
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Review: CZ 527 In Theory And Practice Pt1

The Micro Action Rifle. Every battery should include one. It's not a Truck-Gun, but it would make an excellent truck gun, it might be the same length as a Pig-Gun, but they're are different. It could even be a Baboon gun, or it could be powerful rabbit medicine. Would work well on Canadians, but we'll come to that later.Ya gotcha long action, ya gotcha short action, and before you get down to yer rimfire action, ya gotcha micro action. Dinky little rounds gets a dinky little action. Or to put i...
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6 Women Over 60 Get Real About Sex

Even though our mothers and grandmothers arguably pioneered the sexual revolution, we're constantly inundated with think pieces on the love and sex lives of the 18-to-45 set. As a result, we know very little of how these women are getting it on and how their sex drives change over timeAs a married woman approaching her mid-30s, I have a lot of questions. Will I still be having sex when I’m 75? Will I still enjoy it? And, what will it be like? What if I get divorced? What is the dating landscap...
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Fondazione Prada's Latest Exhibit Celebrates Black Culture

For its latest exhibition, Milan's Fondazione Prada is celebrating Black culture through vintage photographs. Curated by Theaster Gates, an American social practice installation artist and visual arts professor at the University of Chicago, the foundation worked with the archives of the Johnson Publishing Company, which founded Ebony and Jet magazines in 1945 and 1951, respectively. Since their debut, the titles have remained committed to creating content that touches Black culture, from the Ma...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Milan, Washington, Chicago, Mtv, Vogue, Italy, Prada, University Of Chicago, Sleet, Martin Luther King Jr, Gates, Black, Eartha Kitt, Ebony


Tools & Craft #104: My Bench Chisel History

I was organizing some stuff in the shop the other day and I came across one of my old sets of chisels. As a tool collector, I have lots of tools that I have never used. The the four sets of bench chisels detailed here are different. They reflect different times and my evolution as a woodworker.The very first set of chisels I bought - back in the early 1980's - was for my first or second class at The New School (then known as The New School for Social Research, then New School University - som...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Ebony, Joel, Spring Street, Maurice, New School, New School for Social Research, Joel Moskowitz, Nishiki, Tools for Working Wood, Gramercy Tools, Tools & Craft, Toshio Odate, Maurice Fraser