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September 4, 2015

Baltimore Freddie Gray Case Needs Justice and Peace

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Much of Baltimore will be waiting for the outcome while holding their collective breath---not wanting a repeat of the April riots. And yet, legal decisions cannot rest on what might happen in the City of Baltimore.

The Influential Black Panther You've Never Heard Of

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Virginia Cop Indicted In Murder Of Unarmed Black Teen

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Yes, One Book Can Change Your Life, Even In Prison

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You May Not Know These Black Millennials, But They're Helping Detroit Make Its Comeback

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Baltimore Officers To Be Tried Separately Over Freddie Gray Death

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Teen Who Texted Mom 'I'm Scared' Found Dead

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Why Isn't Serena Williams More Celebrated?

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KKK Cop Fired After Nazi Salute Photo Surfaces

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Roland Martin: Bill O’Reilly Should 'Shut The Hell Up' About #BlackLivesMatter

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Olympia Cop Who Shot Unarmed Black Men Was Justified, Court Finds

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Slave Trade Video Game Edited After Backlash

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College Football Player Used Drugs Before Texas Police Shooting: Autopsy

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'Provocative' Police Tactics Inflamed Ferguson Protests, Experts Find

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The Beautiful Lesson Lenny Kravitz Learned From His Grandfather

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Women Speak Out About Their Ignored Rape Allegations At HBCUs

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A White Southerner Runs The Only Museum Solely Memorializing Slavery

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Why We Need More Diverse Faces On Every Magazine Staff

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Prosecution Scores Two Big Wins In Freddie Gray Case

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Hospital Patient's Shooting Has Medical Community Up In Arms

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Captivating Portraits From West Africa Reveal 100 Years Of Life Across The Atlantic

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Donald Trump Would Love To Run Against Kanye West For President

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'Fear The Walking Dead' Showrunner Defends Black-Only Deaths

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Convicted Rapper's Freedom In Hands Of Combative Louisiana Lawyer

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Amandla Stenberg’s New Project Is A Tribute To All Badass Black Women

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What Terrified Maya Angelou In The Wake Of 9/11

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Calling Idris Elba 'Too Street' Is Racist, Just Not For The Reason You Think

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16 Captivating Photos Of Black Women Reclaiming Their Bodies

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Racial Slur Burned Into Florida Man's Front Lawn

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How NYC Is Addressing Sexual Assault In Communities Of Color

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'James Bond' Author Apologizes For Idris Elba 'Too Street' Comment

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These '100 Black Men' Are Changing Their Community For The Better

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This Amazing 10-Year-Old Wants To Help Make Girls More Confident

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Fox News Suggests Black Lives Matter Is A 'Murder' Movement, 'Hate Group'

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The Carol's Daughter 'Born And Made' Campaign Is Just What We Needed

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Man Charged In Connection To 1994 Theft Of O.J. Simpson's Heisman Trophy

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The 'Musically Schizophrenic' Genius Of Gary Clark Jr.

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Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' Video Has a Major Race Problem

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The One Thing Patti LaBelle Refuses To Do On 'Empire'

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Teyana Taylor And Iman Shumpert Are Expecting Their First Child Together

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'Welcome To Death Row' Movie Set To Start Production As N.W.A.'s Aftermath Story

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Rapper Kevin Gates Accused Of Kicking Woman During Show

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Donald Trump's Response To Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Op-Ed Is As Childish As You'd Expect

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Andy Roddick On The Ugly Truth Behind How We Treat Serena Williams

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Janet Jackson's New Album Drops In October And Features A Missy Elliott Collaboration

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Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/24/10: Kanye West
In the midst of promoting his forthcoming album, 'Watch the Throne,' alongside Jay-Z, Kanye West has also announced details about his next solo effort. The 33-year-old superstar took to his Twitter page to reveal his big music plans for the next coming months. "I'll be back this summer," he wrote. "Watch the Throne coming in 2 months! My new album coming this summer." In addition, West is also set to close this year's annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 17.

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1/19/10: Diddy/Janelle Monae
In celebration of this year's annual Grammy Awards, Essence magazine and Sean 'Diddy' Combs are teaming up to recognize Grammy nominee Janelle Monae at the 2nd annual Essence Black Women in Music. The exclusive, invite-only event is scheduled to take place during Grammy week and is hosted by essence.com Managing Editor Emil Wilbekin, Joy Bryant and Taraji P. Henson. "Janelle Monae is a remarkable creative force and a passionately talented young performer, who perfectly personifies ESSENCE as the 'voice and soul' of black women," said Wilbekin. "As fans around the world continue to embrace Janelle's artistic vision, we are recognizing her tremendous influence among her peers with a salute to her contributions at the 2nd annual ESSENCE Black Women in Music event."

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/19/10: Snoop Dogg
Last month international hip-hop star Snoop Dogg released his latest single, 'Wet,' in honor of Prince William's engagement announcement. And this week the self-proclaimed "Doggfather" officially announced the release date of his 11th studio album, 'Doggumentary,' will hit stores on Mar. 29. In support of the forthcoming opus, Snoop will be hitting the road for the 'Get Wet' tour. The 'Get Wet' tour begins Jan. 18 in San Francisco and concludes Feb. 25 in West Virginia.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/12/10: Boosty Collins
Iconic funk bassist Boosty Collins is set to release his first new studio project in five years, 'The Funk Capital of the World' on April 26. On Collins' latest effort, he chose to tap into an all-star lineup of collaborators, including former Parliament Funkadelic member George Clinton, rappers Snoop Dogg, Chuck D and Ice Cube among others. "There are real messages on this album that I wanted to share," explains Collins, "whose soul-deep rhythms and layered melodies are punctuated by lyrics that range from meditations on the nature of truth and spiritual transcendence, to blissed-out joy."

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/12/10: Corinne Bailey Rae
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Corinne Bailey Rae is paying homage to some of her favorite musicians with the release of 'The Love EP.' The Grammy nominee's five-track opus finds Bailey Rae covering Prince's 'I Wanna Be Your Lover,' Bob Marley's 'Is This Love,' Paul McCartney's 'My Love,' Sly & The Family Stone's 'Que Sera, Sera' and Belly's 'Low Red Moon.' Corinne Bailey Rae's 'The Love EP' hits stores Jan. 25.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/10/10: Janet Jackson
As previously reported by Black Music Notes, Janet Jackson is set to kick off her intimate 35-city 'Janet Jackson Number Ones, Up Close and Personal' international tour in Singapore on Feb. 7. In addition to Jackson's global trek, the platinum-selling singer will begin the North America leg on Mar. 7 in Chicago. During each show one lucky fan will have the chance to accompany Janet as one of her VIP guests. "I'm asking my fans and their friends, Parents, relatives, neighbors and teachers to nominate five people to qualify as one of the 20 under 20 in each place I will perform," she said in a statement. "At each concert the 20 people chosen and the person who nominated them will be VIP guests at my show. " Janet Jackson's North American tour concludes on April 23 in Las Vegas.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/10/10: Rihanna
International Pop star Rihanna recently made history in the UK by becoming the first female artist to score five #1 singles in consecutive years. Her current single 'What's My Name' landed at the number one spot on the Singles Chart last week surpassing Elvis Presley, who previously held the record for his span of #1 hits from 1957 to 1963.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/7/10: Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj has overcome all critics and disbelievers of her debut opus, 'Pink Friday.' The critically acclaimed album has reached platinum status within six weeks of its release, outpacing Kanye West's 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' which was also released on Nov. 22. To date, 'Pink Friday' remains the #2 Rap Album and the #4 Album in the country on Billboard's 200 charts.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

1/7/10: Cee Lo Green, Sade, Michael Jackson
In preparation of the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, set to take place on Feb. 13, comes the release of the 2011 Grammy Nominees album. The Jan. 25 release highlights 19 songs from various artists who are up for nominations this year including Cee Lo Green ('Forget You'), B.o.B ('Nothin On You'), Sade ('Babyfather'), and Michael Jackson ('This Is It') among others. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the album will benefit the MusiCares Foundation and the Grammy Foundation.

Black Music Notes Jan. 19

12/29/10: Janet Jackson
Good news for Janet Jackson fans of Southeast Asia. The multi-talented Pop singer will kick off her 35-city tour in Singapore on Feb. 7. Jackson will perform tracks from her 2009 greatest hits album, 'Number Ones' and plans on dedicating a song during each tour stop, which she promises will be "more intimate and more personal" than ever before. "It's not about effects, it's not an extravaganza, it's not about being as big as in the past," she said. "This one is all about you and me. I love you Singapore. Let's go!" Tickets for Janet Jackson Number Ones, Up Close and Personal tour go on sale Jan. 7.

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