Discussion, Sports

Racist Fan Banner at Fenway Park

Baseball games are family events with fans, players and managers of all races and backgrounds. Full details are not in yet.  This may be a prank or may be a display of opinion, but fans at the September 13th Oakland Athletics vs. Boston Red Sox game unrolled a banner saying “Racism is as American as […]

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News, Sports

Serena and Alexis; First Look

With 6.5 million followers on Instagram, Serena Williams is the talk of the day as she just posted the first picture of herself at home with her baby. The caption says “Meet Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.,” followed by a link to a video of the whole pregnancy journey. The post has racked up almost 800,000 […]

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Album, Music, News, Throwback

“It’s all Good Baby, Baby” 23 years later

  “And if you don’t know now you know.” Iconic lyrics and music like this came from the Big boy of Brooklyn, Christopher George Latore Wallace. On the twenty-third anniversary of the release of Ready to Die, we would like to reminisce on one of the most impactful bad boys. Born on May 21, 1972, it took […]

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Tennis Star Turned Mother

Tennis! Who is the first person to come to mind? Of course it is the queen of the court, Serena Williams. Well, if you didn’t know she’s been inactive for the last few months as she has been carrying a little extra weight. Well that weight is finally out and about in the world as […]

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Community, Discussion

The Negro Problem

The systematic barriers, social obstacles and controversial oppression of African American people is seen to be one of America’s all time malfunctioning characteristics since its beginning roots, yet growing out of the concrete, there have been great leaders and voices throughout history.

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