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Jay Z defends Tidal in a Sunday afternoon tweetstorm
MSN Philippines - 6 Hours ago
© Provided by The Verge Jay Z officially  relaunched his streaming service Tidal last month with a bunch of other famous musicians, making it an instant target for both praise and criticism. At first,
Jay Z Responds To Tidal Criticism On Twitter XinMsn
Jay Z Defends Tidal: ‘We Aren’t Perfect — But We Are Determined’ Variety
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Obama amnesty greater threat to blacks than police brutality, racial profiling,
Washington Times - 5 Hours ago
Economic and civil rights experts say increased immigration spurred by President Obama’s executive orders poses a bigger threat to the black community than police brutality or racial profiling, which
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Aboriginal stake in Kidman carve-up
Queensland Country Life - 7 Hours ago
THE announcement of S. Kidman & Co ’s intention to sell its pastoral business and 11 leases marks a new waypoint in South Australia’s progress towards a post-colonial world. From the time when Sidney
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Aspiring Army Rangers, Barbie and the first African-American woman to be AG are
Los Angeles Business - 5 Hours ago
Ellen Kullman: Criticism with a side of carrot cake was how Fortune described a lunch activist investor Nelson Peltz hosted for DuPont’s largest shareholders and Wall Street analysts last week. The meeting
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A staggering number of American black men are now ‘missing’
Free-i-News - 6 Hours ago
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Hundreds of thousands of adult black men are missing from everyday life across the country’s major cities, according to a New York Times analysis
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Police confront Aboriginal march during Canberra ANZAC day
Green Left Weekly - 7 Hours ago
Aboriginal people were prevented from laying a wreath to commemorate the Frontier wars. Photo: Sovereign Union/FB. Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia released this statement on
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“Selma” DVDs To Reach All American Secondary Schools For Free: Move By Paramount
International Business Times Australia - 7 Hours ago
Hollywood movie “Selma” that portrays the life and times of Martin Luther King Jr is set to reach all American high school students soon. This is part of a bid to make the movie a topic of serious study
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African-American opera featured at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, in Kids
News 1130 - 5 Hours ago
NEW ORLEANS – Opera is as much a part of New Orleans’ African-American heritage as jazz, said Givonna Joseph, whose troupe is bringing opera to the Kids Tent at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
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Three-year-old boy dies from injuries after falling from 17th floor apartment
570News - 4 Hours ago
Welcome back, Enter Club » Apr 26, 2015 10:49:06 PM TORONTO – Toronto Police say a three-year-old boy has died from injuries he suffered after falling from a 17th-floor apartment in the city’s west-end.
Police investigating after robbery at CIBC in downtown Preston 570News
Justice Marshall Rothstein to retire from Supreme Court of Canada in August 570News
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"Selma" DVDs To Reach All American Secondary Schools For Free: Move By Paramount
Austin American Statesman - 7 Hours ago
IN PHOTO: Oprah Winfrey (C), producer and cast member of the movie "Selma", addresses the residents along with politicians and other cast members at City Hall in Selma, Alabama January 18, 2015. The move
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Robots and women share the battlefield in ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 3'
Los Angeles Times - 14 Hours ago
“Call of Duty: Black Ops 3? boasts cybernetic-enhanced soldiers. (Treyarch / Activision) The future-set “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3? makes some bold predictions about combat in the decades to come.
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Today's KKK, Unmasked And Unrepentant
Worldcrunch - 22 Hours ago
COLUMBIA  — Tennessean Richard Nichols wears his beliefs proudly and publicly. His Facebook profile photo is an engraving of a black person hanging from a tree. In his photo gallery, between a picture
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Call for bipartisan support to end intergenerational cycle of Aboriginal disadvantage
ABC Online - 8 Hours ago
An Aboriginal leader in western New South Wales says without adequate social housing, Indigenous communities are suffering in an ongoing cycle of poverty. At the Wamba Wamba Mission on the Murray River
Call for help to end Aboriginal disadvantage ABC Online
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Watch A Video Of Obama's Speech From The 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner
Huffington Post Black Voices - 17 Hours ago
US President Barack Obama (L) speaks with White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) President Christi Parsons at the WHCA Dinner in Washington, DC on April 25, 2015. AFP PHOTO/YURI GRIPAS
Obama Has Hit The DGAF Portion Of His Presidency, And This Video Is Proof330 Huffington Post
Obama Brings Out Luther, His Anger Translator, During White House Correspondents' Huffington Post
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Closure of 150 Aboriginal communities 'history repeating itself'
ONE News - 4/26/2015
Dual international Timana Tahu has slammed the closure of 150 Aboriginal communities as history repeating himself. The 35-year-old who was born in Australia to an Aboriginal mother and Maori father says
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Rep. Elijah Cummings: Police-Community Relations Is The ‘Civil Rights Cause Of This
Free-i-News - 7 Hours ago
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) said on Sunday that the relationship between law enforcement and ordinary citizens is “the civil rights cause of this
Rep. Elijah Cummings: Police-Community Relations Is The 'Civil Rights Cause Of This Huffington Post Black Voices
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Iranian leader: US ‘oppresses’ its black population
The Times Of Israel - 8 Hours ago
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday accused the US of tyrannizing its African-American citizens, saying “black people (in the United States) are oppressed, disrespected and humiliated.”
Iranian leader: US ‘oppresses’ black population The Times Of Israel
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Clinton Foundation Put On Charity ‘Watch List’ Along With Al Sharpton’s Shady Nonprofit
Daily Caller - 9 Hours ago
The Clinton Foundation has joined Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network on a list of naughty nonprofits maintained by Charity Navigator, a prominent charity monitor. The Clinton Foundation was
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Savannah Branch NAACP to hold monthly mass meeting
Big News Network - 9 Hours ago
WTOC 11 Sunday 26th April, 2015 The meeting will be held at the First African Baptist Church located at 23 Montgomery Street. Leroy Burke III, Presiding Juvenile Court Judge, along with Tammy Stokes,
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Jay-Z doppelgänger spotted in Harlem photo from 1939
Business Insider - 11 Hours ago
The New York Public Library has published an un-retouched, un-Photoshopped photo from 1939 that features “I was immediately struck by the similarity to Jay-Z and actually laughed out loud," The library
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Woman Caught Using Cellphone During National Anthem Is Revealed — and You’ll Never
Blaze.com - 11 Hours ago
It appears the woman who achieved some Internet notoriety after getting caught on camera with her head down, keying away on her cellphone during the national anthem at Saturday’s annual White House Correspondents’
Israel Launches Airstrike on Syrian Border After Spotting ‘Armed Terrorists’ Carrying Blaze.com
World Leader Says It’s ‘Ridiculous’ That With Black President, ‘Crimes Against U.S. Blaze.com
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Lil Wayne Uninjured After Tour Bus Shooting
Blacknet - 11 Hours ago
Lil Wayne was not hurt in an Atlanta shooting involving his tour buses on Sunday, according to police. People confirms that police were called after the rapper’s two tour buses were shot at from two
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Why The Deadly Attacks Against Foreigners In South Africa Come As No Surprise
Blacknet - 11 Hours ago
Every week, The WorldPost asks an expert to shed light on a topic driving headlines around the world. This week, we spoke with Loren Landau about xenophobic violence in South Africa. A wave of deadly
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Leader: U.S. Oppressing Black Americans
Kayhan International - 13 Hours ago
TEHRAN (Press TV) -- Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Sunday described the establishment of security as the main mission of Iran’s police force, saying the Islamic Republic
Iran not after Hollywood-style policing: Leader Sahar TV
Iran not after Hollywood-style policing Rasa News Agency
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Black Press Still Pleading the Cause for African Americans
AARP Bulletin Today - 14 Hours ago
Growing up in Philadelphia, I remember my father always stopping at the corner store for a copy of the Philadelphia Tribune , our local black newspaper. It was my go-to source for school papers and other
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