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Image Hosted by ImageShack.usFunnyman Kevin Hart returns to Comedy Central in the original 30-minute special “Kevin Hart: Serve & Protect,” premiering on Saturday, January 11 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.

In the special, leading up to Universal Pictures’ upcoming action-comedy “Ride Along,” Hart brings his signature humor to the streets, doing ride alongs with some of the most underappreciated service professionals in order to gain a new perspective on how hard their jobs actually are. Throughout the show, he’ll spend time with a parking enforcement officer, a security guard, and an LAPD officer, getting his hands dirty and getting into a little trouble along the way. Read more…

Controversial Documentary “Elementary Genocide” Premieres MLK Weekend

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Award-winning filmmaker & journalist Rahiem Shabazz debuts film to reignite Rev. King’s dream



(Atlanta, GA) Rasha Entertainment will premiere award-winning filmmaker and music journalist Rahiem Shabazz’s latest documentary “Elementary Genocide: From Primary to Penitentiary”in Atlanta, GA on Monday January 20, 2014 at the historic Plaza Theater located at 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave in commemoration of the Martin Luther King holiday weekend. Shabazz envisioned introducing the film on King holiday to honor the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and to encourage the community to continue pushing towards the fulfillment of King’s dream.


A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on Military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual doom.” – MLK Read more…

Shaped By God: Encouraging Faith—As Opposed to Religion—in My Child

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Teaching Faith to Children

We have enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another —Jonathan Swift

And there’s the rub.

I do not prescribe to Religion (with a capital R; as defined by general society). I do pursue (follow, worship) Christ religiously. There is a difference. One is a noun that often implies that my practices and activities alone can get me to God and Heaven. The other is an adverb that describes the intensity and consistency of my desire for Him in my life. The latter indicates a relationship not unlike a child’s pursuit of a parent or, if that doesn’t grab you, a lover of their beloved.

However, I do think it’s important for me as a parent to examine my notions of religion in order to understand and position Christ as a viable option for my child who, inevitably—and if I’ve done my job right in teaching her to think critically—,will find herself skeptical of Christianity: The Religion. Read more…

50 Cent: This Is Murder Not Music

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