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by Staff - 7 hours ago

FILM REVIEW: Best of Enemies

By Michael Hernandez Entertainment Reporter Texas Metro News The Best of Enemies is based on a true-life story. Taraji P. Henson plays Ann Atwater, a civil rights leader in 1971 Durham, North Carolina. Her rival in the movie is the Exalted Leader of the KKK, C. P. Ellis, a devout racist who spends m...

by Staff - 7 hours ago

Meet Bill Priestap: The Testimony that DOOMS the Democrats

The following article, Meet Bill Priestap: The Testimony that DOOMS the Democrats, was first published on The Black Sphere. Democrats got caught in their own web of deceit. And we have the testimony to prove it. It begins with E. W. Priestap. You may not have heard this name much. But as it turns ou...

by Staff - 7 hours ago

India Voter ‘Chops Off Finger’ After Voting For Wrong Party

BBC News:–  An Indian voter says he chopped off his index finger after realising he had voted for the “wrong” political party. Pawan Kumar says he accidentally ended up voting for the governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in a video that has gone viral. He wanted to vote for a re...

by Staff - 8 hours ago

Saint Lucian Student Wants Money Back From Barbados Cosmetology School

Barbados Today:– A St Lucian on a student visa here claims she has lost thousands of dollars while seeking qualifications at a cosmetology school – and she wants her money back. Sherline Gabriel came here on a student visa to complete 15 months of training at Barbados Cosmetology School, locat...

by Staff - 8 hours ago

KENYA MOORE AND BABY BROOKLYN DALY COVER ‘SHEEN’ MAGAZINE

Kenya Moore and baby Brooklyn Daly cover Sheen Magazine.  Inside the publication, Kenya delves into her life as a mom . “I want Brooklyn to have humility and to be philanthropic,” Moore says of her hopes for her and husband Marc Daly’s daughter. Brooklyn Daly was born last Novemb...

by Staff - 8 hours ago

Syracuse University College of Law Partners With Three HBCUs in Atlanta

The College of Law at Syracuse University has entered into an agreement with three historically Black colleges and universities in Atlanta to institute a 3+3 program for students at the HBCUs. Under the agreement students at Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College, and Morehouse College will spend...