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August 10, 2015 Rockets Legend Robert Reid Reflects on Career, Threat 1986 Team Posed to NBA

TV One has a popular series called “Unsung” in which documentarians highlight a tremendous talent in the entertainment industry who never got the appreciation they deserved or have been forgotten with time. Former Houston Rockets legend Robert Reid is the epitome of an unsung basketball player. His ability to play four positions in the NBA [...]

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August 3, 2015 Weaves, Relaxers Examples of Black America Committing Cultural Appropriation

I am no fan of Rachel Dolezal. However, many of those criticizing her for misappropriating Black culture and style are just as guilty as the infamous former head of the Spokane, Wash. chapter of the NAACP. The fact that Dolezal attempted to pass for Black almost divided the Black community. Many saw it as no [...]

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July 16, 2015 SiriusXM’s ‘White in America’ Gives Voice to Other Side of Racism Debate

Everyday in America seems like another reminder that Americans do not live in a post racial society. From the murders of the Charleston Nine, to the burning of Black churches throughout the South to Thursday’s decision in South Carolina to take down the Confederate flag, the race debate has become a constant topic. Very seldom [...]

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