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Tamir Rice killing investigation quietly ends.

The Justice Department last year quietly rejected career prosecutors’ bid to use a grand jury to investigate the 2014 shooting of Tamir Rice — a 12-year-old Black boy killed by Cleveland police while carrying a pellet gun — effectively ending the probe and sparking a whistleblower complaint that alleged improper… Read more »

I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people

rapper 50 Cent makes presidential endorsement over taxes

A Glimpse Of Heaven

Million Man March 25

Black Entrepreneur Launches Online Classes Teaching African Yoruba Language and Culture

Lande Sanusi, founder of Yoruba Basics®, a virtual cultural and language school dedicated to connecting Black people to their African heritage and legacy, has launched its collection of fall 2020 online courses that are now open for registration. With educational offerings for children, teens, and adults, Yoruba Basics’ interactive courses will… Read more »

Black Lawyer Launches Low-Cost Program to Teach Entrepreneurs How to Protect Their Brand

Small, disadvantaged businesses that are concerned about the legal fees associated with intellectual property and the thought of having their ideas stolen, can now get help from a new program launched by LeTonya F. Moore, Esq., Managing Partner of Southern Regional Law Group, LLC, a Black-owned brand protection firm that has extended… Read more »