Posted in African American History, American Foreign Policy, American History, American Politics, Barack and Michelle Obama, Black People, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Cultural History, Democrats, History, National Issues, Obama Administration, People of Color, Race, Religion, Television, The Mainstream Media (MSM), The Rest of the World
Tags: African Americans, Barack Obama, Blacks, Capitol Hill, Common Sense, Faiths, First Lady Michelle Obama, FLOTUS, Inauguration, Live Streaming, Love, Martin Luther King, Michelle Obama, National Mall, Prayers, President Barack Obama, President Obama, Sasha and Malia Obama, Second Inaugural, The First Lady, The King Bible, The King Holiday, United States, United States presidential inauguration, Washington D.C.
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Tags: "School Daze", Arts, Bill Nunn, Chuck Brown, D.C. Metro, Dance Party, EU, Experience Unlimited, Frat Party, Funk, Go-Go, Grady, Jane Toussaint, Jungle Boogie, Maryland, Rumpshaking, Spike Lee, The Roots, Washington, Washington D.C.
Posted in African American History, American History, Black Britons/British Caribbean, Black People, Class, Cultural History, Drug Culture/Industry, HIV Positive, Love, Mental Health/Psychology, Music, Race, The Mainstream Media (MSM)
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Posted in African American History, American History, American Politics, Black People, Crime, Documentary, Domestic Terrorism, Film, Hate Crimes, Political Malfeasance, Race, The Rest of the World
Tags: A Singular Voice, Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, African Americans, Agents Provocateurs, Assassination, Benjamin Thomas, Black Muslims, Blacks, El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, FBI Agent, John Ali, Leon Davis, Malcolm X, Mujahid Halim, Murder, Mustafa Shabazz, NOI, Racism, Sunni Islam, Talmadge X. Hayer, The Audubon Ballroom, The Nation of Islam, Thomas Hagan, Unfinished Business, Washington D.C., Wilber McKinley, William Bradley
Posted in African American History, American History, American Politics, Black People, Class, Crime, Domestic Terrorism, Hate Crimes, People of Color, Public Intellectualism, Race, The Economy, The Tea Party Movement
Tags: "Between Barack and a Hard Place", AmericaBlog, Anne Coulter, Anti-Racism, Armed Protesters, Brian and Sara Brandsmeier, Malia Obama, Michael Savage, Neo-Confederate, Pastor Stan Craig, Pat Buchanan, Racism, Rush Limbaugh, Teabagging, Ted Nugent, The Right Wing, The Tea Party Movement, Tim Wise, Washington D.C., White Privilege, White Supremacy
Posted in Black People, Canada, Celebrities/Royals, Class, Sports, The Mainstream Media (MSM), The Rest of the World, The Winter Olympics 2010
Tags: "The Incredibles", African American, African Americans, Blacks, Champion, Chicago IL, Chicagoan, DC Inner City Excitement, Frozone, Ice, Lightness, Northern Michigan University, Pettit National Ice Center, Shani, Shani Davis, Skating, Snow, Speed Skating, The Olympic Gold Medal, The Olympics, Washington D.C., Weightlessness, West Allis WI, Winter Sports, Wisconsin
Posted in Black People, Music, Roberta Flack
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