Politics

Vice President of Kenya: There’s “no room for gays” in Kenya

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Reported by Michal Ortner Though these types of statements by political leaders place them at odds with donors from other countries, especially Western countries, they continue to speak boldly against the gay lifestyle. These statements are popular among the large population of conservative and religious people within the country. “The government believes that homosexual relations are unnatural and un-African,” said ...

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What Happened at City Hall After The Baltimore Riots

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Baltimore, M.D.—Not even a week has passed since the end of several uprisings that rocked the city, but Baltimore residents and many outsiders are still protesting the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old Black man who died a week after sustaining injuries while being taken into police custody. On Saturday, less than 24 hours after the six officers who were ...

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Why Ben Carson is Slowly Losing the “black vote”

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By Victor Kam Ben Carson’s presence at predominantly white, conservative, and Republican meetings has caused some in the Black community to lose their admiration of him. Carson’s success as a surgeon in spite of the hardships he endured in his childhood inspired many people from minority backgrounds, and some can still remember the excitement they had in meeting him for ...

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Fox News Apologizes For Claiming Picture of Venezuela Riots was Baltimore, MD

Reported by Liku Zelleke A local Fox affiliate had to apologize to its social media followers after they posted a picture, which they claimed showed “BALTIMORE IN FLAMES: A massive fire has broken out in a building that was under construction and the Baltimore mayor’s spokesman says it’s related to the riots….” The image, posted on April 27th showed an ...

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Activist safe after being adbucted by the National Guard on live TV

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By Robert Stitt Joseph Kent is known as the “Martin Luther King Jr. with tattoos and gold teeth.”  This title was bestowed upon him after his role in the peaceful protests in Ferguson, Missouri following the shooting death of Michael Brown. At the time, he was a 21-year-old music student at Morgan State University. Mr. Kent, now considered a prominent ...

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Activists Claim Hillary Clinton Stole Billions from Haiti Relief Fund

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, shakes hands with embassy staff after she arrives at Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Pool)

By Evette D. Champion If you were to drive past 1 Pierrepont Plaza in Brooklyn Heights, you will see numerous Haitian activists rallied out front. You may be wondering why they chose this particular address to stage their protesting. Just a few days before the protesters started rallying, 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton signed the lease on the building, thus ...

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New bills would make it much easier for the NSA to spy on citizens

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Reported by Marvin Dupree Recent legislative maneuvering in both the House of Representatives and in the Senate on cyber security has produced bills intended for Congress that have invoked alarm among many advocates of transparency as well as civil liberties group, and among the general public. The bills are known as The Cyber Security Information Sharing Act (CISA) and the ...

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10 year old killed by police show black males being shot around the world

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By Taylor Miller In the favelas (slums) of Rio de Janeiro, many deaths have been attributed to the confrontations between officers and criminals, including four recent deaths of inhabitants during an anti-drug raid in the Complexo do Alemão. Law enforcement’s actions are believed to have more of an effect on the young Black males of the community. Eduardo de Jesus, a ...

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Racist, Homophobic, Lying Murderers: The 6 Most Evil U.S. Presidents

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April V. Taylor Many patriotic Americans would find it hard to believe that any U.S. President makes any list of the most evil rulers in the history of the world, but U.S. leaders make the Wonderslist list thanks to George H.W. Bush and his son George W. Bush. They join the ranks of Robert Mugabe and Bashar Al Assad with ...

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Will Black Ferguson Voters Show Up To Make Historic Change?

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April V. Taylor After months of upheaval and outrage and for the first time since Michael Browns death, Black residents in Ferguson, Missouri have the opportunity to make historic changes to their city government on April 7th.  Three seats on the six-member city council are up for election, but the big question no one is sure of is, will Black ...

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