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July 8, 2015

It's Time For a Global Movement to Stop Anti-Black Racism in The Dominican Republic

Resolution 168/13 has enshrined and bolstered a social and political climate that puts black people in the Dominican Republic in grave danger.

After Being Denied In 1942, 92-Year-Old Woman Finally Receives Her Library Card

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How A Group Of Mothers Helped Bring Peace To A Troubled Chicago Neighborhood

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Newark Mayor Remembers His Father Amiri Baraka's 'Incredible' Legacy

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Why Tamron Hall Isn't Ready To Cover Her Sister's Death On 'Deadline: Crime'

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American Muslims Are Helping Rebuild Black Churches

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Black Model Is 'Tired Of Apologizing For [Her] Blackness'

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Where Anti-Haitianism In The Dominican Republic Comes From

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Paula Deen Tweets Photo With Son In 'Brownface,' Controversy Ensues

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More Than 100 Years Ago, A White Pastor Tried To Pass As Black

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Someone Vandalized A Clemson Building Named After A Racist Politician

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Dylann Roof Indicted On 9 Counts Of Murder: Report

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Eric Holder: 'Act Of Terrorism' In Charleston Should Serve As A 'Wake-Up Call'

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Jimmy Carter: Confederate Flag's Symbolism Is Like A 'Cancer' In People's Minds

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Don't Ask Tamron Hall What It's Like To Be A Black Female Journalist

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Unseen Photos Of The Civil Rights Movement Are As Relevant Now As Ever

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Jill Scott Pulls Bill Cosby Support After Deposition Release

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Deadly Boko Haram Bombing Hits Nigerian University Town

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Man Charged With 'Fleeing' Police After Driving To Well-Lit Area To Pull Over

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Bill Cosby Admitted To Drugging Women In 2005 Deposition

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NASCAR Fans Ignore Request To Leave Confederate Flags At Home

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Kendrick Lamar To Fox News Host: 'How Can You Take A Song That's About Hope And Turn It Into Hatred?'

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One Video Hightlights Difference In How Media Covers Black Protests Vs. White Riots

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Serena Williams Defeats Venus At Wimbledon

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Rashida Jones On Being Sex-Positive But Still Challenging The Porn Industry

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Video Released Of Florida State Quarterback De'Andre Johnson Allegedly Punching Woman In Face

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11 Religious Americans Who Fought For Freedom

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Little Boy Among 30 Shot In Chicago During 8-Hour Span

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This Year's Essence Festival Is Absolutely Incredible

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South Carolina Legislature Debates Removing Confederate Flag

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'Silent Sam' Confederate Statue At UNC Vandalized

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Clemson Professors: Can We Stop Honoring This Racist Now?

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The Biology Of Race, Revisited

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Firefighter Suspended For Flying Confederate Flag In Parade

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Black Women-Owned Businesses Skyrocket By 322 Percent Since 1997

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The Haircut That Got A 5-Year-Old Sent Home From School

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Judge Refuses To Dismiss Murder Case Against Suge Knight

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Shaggy Says Reggae Music And Weed Can Stop ISIS

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. Stripped Of Title From Manny Pacquiao Fight

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Blake Griffin Is Actually Not Awful At Baseball

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Jussie Smollett Honored By Black AIDS Institute

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Eastern And Western Philosophers Have Their Rap Showdown, Finally

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Michael K. Williams Lands Role In 'Ghostbusters' Reboot

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11 Times Body Chains Were Completely Classy

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Just FYI, Russell Wilson And Ciara Aren't Having Sex

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Kelly Rowland Set For FOX's 'Empire'

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First Daughter Malia Obama Spotted On The Set Of HBO's 'Girls'

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Ava DuVernay Settles 'Black Panther' Rumors

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Building a Bridge Between Classical and African Music

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Black Music Notes June 2

6/2/10: Ryan Leslie
Singer-songwriter Ryan Leslie is set to make a special appearance at New York's Bowery Ballroom on June 22 and 23. Leslie, who recently wrapped up his international tour with Ne-Yo, will also give fans a preview of select songs from his third solo project 'Les Is More.' Doors open at 7 pm.

Black Music Notes June 2

6/2/10: Dr. Dre
Hip Hop's favorite music physician, Dr. Dre will be honored with the ASCAP Founders Award at this year's Rhythm & Soul Music Awards. The 23rd annual event, which is set to take place June 25 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, will honor Dre for his musical legacy and influence. "Dre is one of the most important voices in modern music," said ASCAP president Paul Williams. "He created a unique, recognizable sound that dominated rap music in the early '90s...and continues to inspire artists and producers across all genres with his musical techniques."

Black Music Notes June 2

5/28/10: Kanye West
Despite shying away from the media since his 2009 MTV Video Music Award tirade, Kanye West is slowing making his way back into the spotlight. Last weekend in Manhattan, West made a special appearance at club CV and it turned into a mini album listening party of his forthcoming opus. "Kanye leaned over and said, 'Play track three,'" DJ Scram Jones told MTV News. "They all went nuts, Kid Cudi was dancing on the table, and then we cut it off at about a minute-and-a-half ... By the end of the process, we played four records."

Black Music Notes June 2

5/28/10: Robert Cray
Five-time Grammy Award-winner Robert Cray is set to release his new live album entitled 'Cookin' In Mobile' on July 27. The 13-song project , which features a bonus DVD with behind the scenes footage, was recorded earlier this year at the Saenger Theater in Mobile, AL. Longtime Cray fans can expect to hear classic hits such as 'Right Next Door' and 'Smoking Gun,' in addition to recent hits such as 'I Can't Fail' and 'That's What Keeps Me Rockin'.'

Black Music Notes June 2

5/28/10: Lil Kim
While many people are making comparisons between Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim, the Queen Bee has reportedly inked a new deal with a fellow Brooklyn mogul. According to various reports, Kim is the latest signee of Jay-Z's record label, Roc Nation. Although details regarding the deal have yet to surface or confirmed, a rep for Kim and Jay's camp was unavailable for comment at press time.

Black Music Notes June 2

5/28/10: Miles Davis
Miles Davis' landmark album 'Bitches Brew' drew critical acclaim throughout the music world during the early 1970s. In honor of the timeless classic, Columbia/Legacy will reissue the album as a super-deluxe Collector's Edition on Aug. 31. The all new collector's edition will find four bonus tracks from alternate versions of 'Spanish Key' and 'John McLaughlin.'

Black Music Notes June 2

5/20/10: Lionel Richie
As Memorial Day steadily approaches, Lionel Richie and PBS are set to celebrate the holiday with the annual broadcast of the National Memorial Day concert. The May 30 event, which takes place on the West Lawn of the US Capital, will feature an array of performers including Richie, Yolanda Adams, and others paying homage to our fallen U.S. troops. This year's concert will also recognize the 60th anniversary of the Korean War.

Black Music Notes June 2

5/20/10: Kelly Rowland
Following her departure from longtime manager, Matthew Knowles last year, Kelly Rowland has inked a deal with Universal Motown Records. For label president, Sylvia Rhone, signing the former Destiny's Child member was inspirational. "I think Kelly is an immensely talented, gracious, and beautiful woman, and I am thrilled about the opportunity to work with her on what's turning out to be an amazing album," she explained. "For an artist whose career began as a member of a landmark group like Destiny's Child, Kelly has truly come into her own and I am deeply inspired by her incredible energy." Rowland's as-yet-untitled album features collaborations from Stargate, Salaam Remi, Ne-Yo, Rico Love, and Esther Dean. No release date was set at press time.

Black Music Notes June 2

5/20/10: Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne has proven once again that he is "music" with his recent contraband jail incident. In fact, the Grammy Award-winning MC called his personal DJ, Scoob Doo to give him the details on what exactly happened, which surfaced online via YouTube. "Ain't too much, I got in a little trouble and whatnot, you feel me," Wayne explained about being caught with headphones and a MP3 charger. "Yeah, they tried to bang me with that. ... But I can't live without my music, Scoob. You know how it is, man. I needed my music. It's all good. I had to take my little slip up. I ain't trippin'. Players f--- up."

Black Music Notes June 2

5/14/10: Eminem/ Jay-Z
Following collaborating on the popular music video game DJ Hero, hip hop heavyweights Eminem and Jay-Z are teaming up once again for yet another business venture. According to published reports, the rap kingpins will be apart of a two part Live Nation produced concert event to be held at each of their hometown's baseball stadiums. "These shows are like a dream come true," Hov said. "I've always hoped that hip-hop could play any stadium like other genres of music. How perfect is it that Eminem and I get to play our hometowns and show how far the live rap experience has come?" Eminem will headline a concert Sept. 2 at Comerica Park in Detroit, while Jay-Z will perform at Yankee Stadium Sept. 13.

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