Posted in African American History, Alcoholism/Drug Abuse, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Celebrity Children, Class, Crime, Cultural History, Drug Culture/Industry, Etta James, Health, Leukemia, Love, Mental Health/Psychology, Music, Women
Tags: "At Last", "I'd Rather Go Blind", "Tell Mama", Addict, African Americans, Artis Mills, Beverly Hills, Black Women, Blacks, California, Children, Chronic Leukemia, Common Sense, Death, Donto James, Dr. Elaine James, Drug Addiction, Eric Clapton, Etta, Etta James, Gladys Knight, Heroin, James, Los Angeles, Marriage, Paul Butterfield, Prescription Drug Addiction, Press-Enterprise, Riverside California, Sametto James, Sons, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Terminal Illness, The Eighties, The Nineties, The Seventies, Weight Problems
Posted in African American History, Black People, Class, Commercials, Cultural History, Obama Administration, Race, Sexuality, Television
Tags: Ads, African Americans, Barry White, Black Farmers, Blacks, Blue Ribbons, Commercials, Competitions, Cows, Farmers, Gladys Knight, Inner Barry White, Kiss My Black Ads, Latter-Day Saints, Markus T. Boddie, Mormons, Pigs, Racism, Sex, Stereotypes, The Seventies, Utah, Utah State Fair, Utahns, You Tube
Posted in Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Gladys Knight and The Pips, Love, Music, Music Videos, Television, Women
Tags: "All Our Love", "Love Overboard", Gladys Knight, Gladys Knight and The Pips, MTV, Quiet Storm, Quiet Storm Radio Format, The Eighties, Top 40 FM
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