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Videos: Bird Man and Rick Ross,LudaCris,Hope for Haiti concert + More News

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

I know you guys are probably wondering why we have not been featuring much sensational coverage of the hope for Haiti fundraising events that have been taking place with all the celebrities involved. Plain and simple we will celebrate when I hear on the news that people are being fed properly, they are receiving proper medical care and put in proper housing that to me is something to celebrate about. Sensationalism has never been my thing especially at the expense of my people. Yes African American’s Haitians are former slaves that left here and Britain to colonize the island we know of today called Haiti. More Below.


Happy Birthday Dr. King We Will Disgrace You No More!

Monday, January 18th, 2010

By Isis Wisdom
How many of you know what Dr King Really stood for? It would seem that since his death African American progressed in areas of success but we most certainly have not progressed in unity, strength and growth of intelligence. Seems like there is an agenda to keep everybody dumbed down and stupid.


School to prison pipeline: Preparing Black youth for prison part 1

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Yasser Payne speaks fire and truth to a major issue within the Black community which is the deminishing education of Black youth and how racist white and Black (negro-black) teachers within these communities ultimately prepare these Black youth for street life and prison. There are a total of 5 vids please watch them all and educate your sons and daughters.

The “N Word” Explained

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Your thoughts?

The US Has 1.8 Million Single Black Women-Is This By Design?

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Outside of the world of entertainment let me show you some cold hard facts that is plaguing black families all across America. According to Nightline there are approximately 1.8 million more single black women then black men in America. I have several questions that I would like to ask. Are the standards of black women realistic for our culture and are they to high? More below.


Young Jeezy Takes Time Out On Thanksgiving “Its Always About The Kids”

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Kids With Strong Opinions Inc. a local non-profit (501c3) organization has partnered with Rap Artist Young Jeezy and his “Street Dreamz” Foundation to host the Inaugural “A Day of Giving Thanks” Events. This year 26 qualifying students have been chosen to participate in this program based on recommendation from school Administrators. based on your child’s class participation, grades, behavior and financial needs.


The Documentary That Every African American Should See

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Maafa 21 takes a hard look at eugenics and it’s effects on African Americans from the slavery days up till now and how they implemented racism and continue to implement it today even in the 21st century. It’s time for African Americans to really open up their eyes and see how the digression of a race will lead them back to modern day slavery.

Celebrity Benefit for World’s First Hip-Hop Museum in NYC

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Hosted By Chuck D ,KRS One, Bambaataa, The Roots, Ice T, Dana Dane, Doug E Fresh, Among Celebrity Line-up for the National Museum of Hip Hop.

New York, NY – (Nov 9, 2009), the National Museum of Hip-Hop (NMoH) will host an exclusive celebrity fundraiser to benefit the development of the “first ever” true Hip-Hop Museum. This Red Carpet affair will take place on Feb 9, 2010 at the M2 Ultra Lounge, 530 West 28th Street, NYC. This exclusive star-studded gala will raise funds and awareness for the construction and community initiatives of the museum. Guests will have a preview of some of the museum’s building plans and programs.


G-20 Summit The Only Color That Matters is Green

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

This Week With Jasiri X Premiere

Pittsburgh was the host city the G-20 Summit that took place September 24th and 25th and of course me and Paradise were on the scene. Once I found out the G-20 was coming I immediately began to think about creating an episode. People had been asking me about This Week With Jasiri X and when it would return so I thought why not come back with a bang, when the whole world would be watching Pittsburgh.


Young Black Youth: Ras Baraka Says This Is Not Normal

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

Found this on Youtube and felt with everything that is going on right now with our youth and deadly violence across the nation I felt that this video is appropriate. I’m not even going on a long dissertation the video speaks for it’s self. Post your thoughts in the comments section of the site.

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