A Tribute to the Black Panther

Fans of “Black Panther” are still mourning the death of Chadwick Boseman, who passed away on Aug. 28, 2020, from stage III colon cancer. He was just 43-years-old.   Social media

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Protect Our Communities – Minorities and COVID-19

By Kimberlee Smith People are dying. The current cases are at 5.8 million and rising, and Georgia has suffered 5,300 deaths and almost 300,000 cases. Because of long-lasting racial barriers

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Mamba we miss you

Kobe Bryant, 24, playing basketball for the Los Angles Lakers. Photo Credit: Keith Allison By Wesley Price We watched you from afar Marveled at your talents But you were more

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Paolino’s Top Favorite Shows and Movies to Watch on Netflix During the Quarantine

By Paolino De Francesco   Who would have thought that an international pandemic would have all of us stuck at home? I am sure that quarantine has not been an

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Colin Kaepernick’s Fake News

By Otis Odom On April 10, 2020, a fake Twitter account, @SuperToughScene, falsely reported that controversial NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick signed a one-year, $9 million contract with the New York

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Harvey Weinstein served justice following #MeToo accusations

The #MeToo movement was started by Tarana Burke. Many women around the world are able to come together with their stories of sexual harassment. Photo Credit: surdumihail By Cameron Dalton

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The Documentary of Nipsey Hussle

Nipsey Hussle’s final live stage performance before he was tragically gunned down. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons By Kamron Walters Waleska, GA–To continue the legacy of the late Grammy award-winning rapper

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After a decade, Jay Electronica finally makes his “A Written Testimony”

Jay Electronica finally releases his new album, “Written Testimony.” Photo Credit: DPhillipsRN  By: Lorenzo Christian Robinson After many delays, Jay Electronica’s debut album finally came out last Friday, eleven years

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The Invisible Man: An Incredible Psychological Horror-Thriller for the Ages

The Invisible Man. Photo Credit: memphisflyer.com   By Joseph Javits Not all creepy and disturbing things are visible. “The Invisible Man,” directed by Leigh Whannell and produced by Jason Blum,

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Issac Blunt interviews Jaime Mandujano about Sound of Music

Mandujano (center) in a production of La Perichole. Photo Credit: Maria Medina By Isaac Blunt Reinhardt Eagle Eye reporter Isaac Blunt interviewed Reinhardt Opera associate Jaime Mandujano on March 11,

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