Posted on July 18, 2008 by midsouthblack
Watch Whoopi Goldberg on The View Discussing Jesse Jackson’s Comments on Barack Obama! Today on The View, Elisabeth Hasselbeck tried to tell Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd, two Black women, that they shouldn’t be allowed to use The N Word, because she’s not allowed to use it.
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Posted on June 5, 2008 by midsouthblack
Dr. Boyce Watkins Analyzes Black America and Boldly Speaks Out on Black Truth! Dr. Boyce Watkins is a sharp brother that is definitely a great black scholar! He has been attacked by many conservative talking heads, such as Bill O’Reilly, but he stays true to the cause of Black America! MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann chronicles the attacks on Dr. Watkins in the second video clip!
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Posted on December 12, 2007 by midsouthblack
Posted on July 10, 2007 by midsouthblack
Let’s Kill The “N” Word! The “N” Word is Dead! Jesse Jackson speaks on the need to kill that nasty self degrading word N*GGER. Well you know what I mean!
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Posted on April 11, 2007 by midsouthblack
Radio Shock Jock Don Imus has gone over the edge in making his alleged comments about the Rutgers University’s female basketball team. Mr. Imus stated that this basketball team’s members were rough looking with tattoos and he then called them those nappy headed hos. This is behavior that should be unacceptable by any member of the media. What was he thinking? Did he think that disparaging comments about the team would not be met with opposition? Was his two week suspension just a slap on the wrist? What are your thoughts? Watch the video clip below to grasp what he said. Watch the coverage of this entire situation by Tom Joyner’s Black America Web.Com . There was also a fantastic news story by Washington Post Opinion Columnist Eugene Robinson.
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Posted on February 25, 2007 by midsouthblack
We have tried not to post anything that would stir much contreversy; however that time has passed. Black America has so many urgent needs and daunting challenges. The time to act is now. History records few noble intentions, but history records many noble actions. The easiest way for evil to prevail is for good people to do nothing. Black America has had so many noble intentions, but fewer noble actions. I would agree that as a race of people that we have made tremendous strides in the last 10-20 years, but there is so much more that could be done. Most African Americans are looking to take care their four and no more. We have literally shed the powerful force of the majority of our people thinking with a community mindset. We have to work hard to reacquire a sense of community in our people. We are not on this website crying about the boogie man, nor are we seeking to tarnish another race of people, but we want to be a lightning rod for action in the African American community and we will seek to inspire a people that have endured many hardships over the years. What can we do to move away from being a people with big talk but small actions? What can we do for the uplift of our people? What are your ideas?
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