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Philadelphia Congregations Lead in the Struggle for Social Justice

Philadelphia has a long history as an incubator for social justice activism, from the abolition of slavery to the Black Power movement. Moreover, with its high unemployment and poverty, low wages, and high incarceration rate, the city could become another Baltimore.

Hundreds Protest Police Shooting Of 2 Unarmed Suspects In Washington

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African-Americans Who Attended Desegregated Schools Have Better Language Skills Years Later

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New Orleans Restaurant Under Fire For Racist Receipt

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This School Is Taking A 'Proactive' But Controversial Approach To Tackling Racism

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Poet Confronts Police Brutality Against Black Women

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Kanye Makes Record Donation To Chicago-Based Youth Program

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Donna Brazile Urges Black Women To Become Leaders At Spelman College Graduation

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Officer Shoots Two Unarmed Black Men Who Allegedly Tried To Steal Beer

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This Striking Image Shows A Different Side Of America's Racist History

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Police Reform Advocates Call Bratton's Remarks On Filming Officers 'Outrageous' And 'Disgraceful'

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Ray Rice's Domestic Violence Charges Have Been Dismissed

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Model Sues Bill Cosby For Defamation Over Rape Claims

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'Justice For Tony': Protesters Storm Wisconsin Capital

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Suicide Among Elementary-Aged Black Children Is On The Rise

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Cop Accused Of Falsifying Reports After Assaults

Michael Brown Is Getting A Permanent Memorial In Ferguson

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New Video Of Freddie Gray's Arrest Emerges

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Forest Whitaker Tells Grads: 'Life Is An Active, Not A Passive, Journey'

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Family Of Rosa Parks Reflect On Memorabilia At Library Of Congress

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Akon Launches Academy To Provide Electricity To 600 Million In Africa

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Arkansas Family Receives Pizza With Racial Slurs Inside Box

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5 Things You Should Know About Head Start On The Program's 50th Anniversary

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Cop Didn't Ask If Mercedes 'Was Stolen': Mom's Post About Trooper Goes Viral

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Allen Iverson On The Justice System: 'It Gets Better And Then It Gets Worse'

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No Charges For White Off-Duty Officer Who Shot, Killed Black Teen

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Harry Belafonte On What's Really Being Said With 'Thug'

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Policing For Profit Nets Mississippi Cops A New Police Station And A Fresh Fleet Of Police Cruisers

America's Oldest Park Ranger, 93, Is A Fierce Advocate For Young Women Of Color Everywhere

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Muslim Women's Hip-Hop Collective Confronts Stereotypes And Breaks Up The Boys' Club

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Shonda Rhimes Nails How Much Easier It Is To Be A Man, In One Flawless Speech

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Los Angeles Votes To Raise Minimum Wage To $15

If You Type 'N---- House' Into Google Maps, It Will Take You To The White House

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Obama's New Twitter Account Just Broke A World Record

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Duke University Professor Stands By Racist Comments

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NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton Mulls Pardoning 1.2 Million Low-Level Offenders

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Missouri Bus Driver Fired For Telling Little Girl She's Gay, Will Burn In Hell

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'I Can't Breathe': Soldier's Final Minutes Captured In GRAPHIC Jail VIdeo

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How Mindfulness Can Defeat Racial Bias

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Jay-Z And Beyonce Bailed Out Ferguson And Baltimore Protesters, Dream Hampton Says

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61 Years After Brown v. Board Of Education, Many Schools Remain Separate And Unequal

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Diddy: 'We Are Committing Genocide On Ourselves'

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Drake's New Song Featuring Beyoncé May Have Just Leaked

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Young, Gifted & Black: Damien Sneed, Multifaceted Music Maestro

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Mariah Carey's Label Boss Says It's Not 'Realistic' To Expect Another Number One Hit

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Exclusive: Vivica A. Fox Talks 'Independence Day 2'

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Whoopi Returns To 'The View' After Brother's Death

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Jamie Foxx's Impressions Just Took Over 'The Tonight Show'

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Azealia Banks Slams 'Bogus' BET Awards, And Nicki Minaj

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Kanye West Says He Was 'Over-Censored' At Billboard Awards

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21 Books From The Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read

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Kelly Price Accuses L.A. Pharmacy Of Racism

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Jaden Smith Goes To Prom As A Superhero

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Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/18/10: Kanye West
After premiering his break out film, 'Runaway,' at London's British Academy of Film and Television Arts screening room less than two week's ago, Kanye West is ready to debut the 35 minute clip on television and online. On Oct. 23 at 8PM, West will simultaneous broadcast the video on MTV, BET, MTV2 and live stream on MTV.com, BET.com and VH1.com. Following the film's simulcast, Kanye will take part in a live Q&A session from MTV headquarters in Times Square. 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' is due out on Nov. 22.

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9/15/10: Willow Smith
Last month Willow Smith burst onto the music scene with her breakout single, 'Whip My Hair,' in addition to announcing her new label deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation. Now the 9-year-old is ready to release her debut video on Oct. 18 via BET's '106 & Park.' Fans can get a sneak peek of the video over on People.com.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

9/15/10: Wayman Tisdale
Following his untimely death in 2009, former NBA star turned Jazz musician Wayman Tisdale will release his latest project aptly titled, 'The Fonk Record.' Tisdale's posthumous 11-track album captures the multi-talented guitarist laying his own funky vocals alongside the likes of George Clinton, George Duke and Ollie Woodson. 'The Fonk Record' hits stores Oct. 26.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

9/15/10: Buddy Guy and B.B. King
Roll Hall of Fame inductees Buddy Guy and B.B. King recently completed shooting the video for their historic duet, 'Stay Around A Little Longer.' The clip, which is the lead single from Guy's forthcoming 11th album 'Living Proof,' is expected to premiere on AOL Music on Oct. 18. 'Living Proof' hits stores and digital retailers on Oct. 26.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

9/15/10: Keri Hilson / Nicki Minaj
In celebration of today's troops across the globe VH1 has decided to put a unique spin on their 'Divas' franchise by partnering with the USO to bring the event to American troops and their families. 'VH1 Divas Salute The Troops' will feature R&B songstress Keri Hilson and Nicki Minaj among others performing in front of thousands of men and women in uniform at MCAS Miramar in San Diego. The Dec. 5 event will broadcast internationally courtesy of the Armed Forces Network.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/13/10: Andy Warhol/ Biggie Smalls
This weekend the Apollo Theater will present another installment in its acclaimed Salon Series with Gordon Voidwell's 'Who Killed Andy Warhol?/Who Shot Biggie Smalls?' The musical performance combines video, sound, costume and choreography to showcase pop culture from 1960s visual artist Andy Warhol to 1990s rap legend Biggie Smalls. The intimate event takes place Oct. 15 and 16th on the Apollo's third-floor Soundstage.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/13/10: Steel Pulse
Grammy Award-winning UK reggae band, Steel Pulse has signed on to perform at the 14th Annual World Creole Music Festival. The event, which takes place in Dominica on Oct. 29 – 31, gives the band a break from recording their forthcoming album, set to hit stores before the end of this year. Since their establishment in 1975 the popular band has performed alongside the likes of Stevie Wonder, Sting, Bob Dylan and Bob Marley & the Wailers among others.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/13/10: N.E.R.D.
Despite a few setbacks N.E.R.D. frontman, Pharrell Williams declares that the album's sound will be more conscious once it's released on Nov. 2. The dynamic trio recently revealed to Billboard that they wanted to align themselves with what "society is feeling" for the album's sound. "We thought why not make a timeless album that's kind of a time capsule, so 10 years from now people look at that album and go, 'I remember that era,'" Williams said. "I just wanted to make some good music that would affect people in a good way."

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/13/10: Dionne Warwick
International music legend Dionne Warwick will be honored at the 'Historic Celebrations Gala and Dance' benefit taking place on Oct. 16 at the City College of New York. The New York City benefit will recognize Warwick's illustrious career with the 'Lena Horne Style & Elegance Award.'

Black Music Notes Oct. 18

10/13/10: Phillip Bailey
Earth Wind & Fire member Phillip Bailey is following in the footsteps of fellow R&B crooner R. Kelly. Bailey is gearing up for the release of his upcoming solo album, 'Love is Real' by releasing the album's title track in three installments. "I wanted to do something outside of the mold of the traditional broadcast music video," he said. "No lip-synching. No dialogue. Just strong visuals attached to my music." The 'Love is Real' EP is available on iTunes.

Black Music Notes Oct. 18



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