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Unfortunately, historic and current evidence indicates that toxic waste facilities are too often placed in minority and low-income communities. To address this issue, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state and local environmental agencies have attempted to reduce the frequency
Now this is not a Godly way to act, shame on you Pastor.
Ambassador Susan Rice, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations,
It’s atypical that anyone in the music industry could stay relevant for three decades having only released two official solo studio albums—but yet, Dr. Dre has seemed to do exactly that, ironically, while sometimes staying behind the scenes. Though he’s
Imagine spending $80 to fill up your gas tank — and you drive a Civic.
Black women aren’t the only people paying big bucks for someone else’s locks.
Nowadays, fashion goes hand and hand with just about every form of entertainment you can think of, and more than one rapper, singer, actress, model, has come out with a clothing line at some point in their career.
Update: The Controversial Anti-Abortion Billboard In SoHo Is No More… Not Really Because WE Were Mad
The company that approved and put up ThatsAbortion.com’s SoHo billboard has decided to avoid more controversy by pulling the billboard down.
Regardless of what the society would like our sons and daughters to believe, athletes and entertainers are not the only ones making it rain in the salary department.
Our world, cities and communities are constantly changing — and it’s up to us stay abreast of the issues that impact our lives.
It’s no secret that the Jackson family doesn’t practice the most effective financial habits.
Damn Shaffer, pay your peoples!!
R&B singer Ne-Yo is being sued by his former personal manager – for the second time in five years
Child support is, and probably always will be, a hot topic in the black community. In these times of economic hardship people are having a hard enough time supporting themselves much less a child or children, but is the economy
The war against obesity in black America hasn’t really gotten started yet. Every day, millions of black kids and adults walk into fast food restaurants, put a hurtin’ on some burgers, and walk out with “super-sized” bodies. Some take this