Innis, once known as a fiery Black Power nationalist shifted ideology in his later years to become a conservative Republican.
Sixteen female West Point cadets, who took a photo with their arms raised in Black Power fists, did not violate a directive that warns against “partisan political activity” while in uniform
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Erykah Badu is hosting a two-part series about the Black Power and Black Arts movement of the late ’60s and ’70s on BBC Radio 4 called “Black Is A Country.” SEE ALSO: TV’s Worst New Show The first segment, which aired last week, touches on the political climate of the era while exploring some of […]
Tommie Smith, who famously raised his fist as a symbol of Black power in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City is selling his gold medal and sneakers he wore during the Olympics according to USA Today. Smith’s famous fist salute caused a great deal of controversy. Originally Black athletes had planned to boycott the Olympics […]
The Obama’s arrived in Bar Harbor, Maine for their vacation last weekend. They visited several places in Maine including Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain. However, the one part vacation in Maine that garnered the most media attention was the Obamas’ visit to a small ice cream shop in Maine called Mt. Desert Island Ice […]
Check out this exclusive preview of Cathy Hughes’ exclusive TV One on One interview with Minister Louis Farrakhan, which re-airs Sunday, June 13 at 3AM and 10PM (ET) and Sunday, June 20 at 2:30PM on TV One:
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