Archive for July 27, 2011

Lil Niqo – Where’d U Get That

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Categories: The Industry Cosign, Video

Konvict Muzik Presents Money Jay “Me, Money & Irene” Mixtape

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Alright Curtis Jackson, Cut The SH*T!!!

July 27, 2011 1 comment

by LowKey


Boo hoo, my name is Curtis Jackson and my label won’t push my subpar material. Boo hoo, my name is Curtis Jackson and my ONCE mentor Dr. Dre has some cool headphones, didn’t incorporate me and now I’m going to make my own and bite the hand that feeds me in the process. Boo hoo my name is Curtis Jackson and I just can’t get it together! What the FUCK, FIF? Read more…

The 5Ws- Felisha Booker

July 27, 2011 4 comments

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Who: Felisha Booker

Title: Founder/CEO

What: Dynamic Producer Read more…

Black Psychologist, New TV Series in Atlanta

July 27, 2011 1 comment

Atlanta, GA ( — Dr. Allen Carter, Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Professor at Morehouse College introduces to the public a series of television programs that raise the most basic question of life: “Who Am I?” This question of “Who Am I?” which is also the title of the program asks what is the essence of God and man and if there is a relationship between the two. Using his clinical training and experiences as a psychologist, Dr. Carter invites the audience to examine their basic beliefs about themselves and God and determine if man can achieve a true relationship with God and thereby obtain real peace and happiness. Read more…

GA Mom Spared Prison In Jaywalking Death Of Her Son, But Where’s the Justice?

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By Denene Millner

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Please believe, just like every other state in the union, Georgia is broke—to the tune of $1.3 billion, according to some estimates. And those of us who live here can feel it. In the last three years, the state has shrunk its budget by 15 percent. Entire public transportation systems in, ahem, certain communities have been shut down. Cuts to higher education, Medicaid and services for the elderly are bringing the pain to Georgians who can ill afford them. Courts are closing their doors sporadically, and court personnel are asking vendors to donate pens and pencils. Hell, I finally just finished buying Lila’s school supplies; the list, which was practically as long as my doggone arm, includes color copy paper. Copy paper, people. Because my kid’s school can’t afford the paper it takes to photocopy classwork for the kids and notes for us parents.

Right. Broke. Read more…

New Study: Racial Wealth Gap Worst in 25 Years

July 27, 2011 2 comments

By Dr. Boyce Watkins

by Dr. Boyce Watkins, Syracuse UniversityScholarship in Action

A new study presented some disturbing, yet expected news about the sad state of economic affairs within the African American community. According to the study, the wealth gap between white and black Americans has become the widest that it’s been in the last 25 years. As it stands, whites have a wealth level that is 20 times greater than blacks, and 18 times greater than Hispanics. Read more…

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