Father of Black History

March 4, 2021

There was a noted teacher, educator and historian from Virginia who was the founder of The Association For The Study of Negro Life. He wrote the Journal of Negro History, originated Negro History Week and studied more than a dozen works dealing with African-Americans in the United States. The name Carter G. Woodson has rang […]

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Documentary On Janet Jackson’s Life Coming To Lifetime and A&E

March 4, 2021

A documentary on Janet Jackson’s life story will is coming to Lifetime and A&E to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her first album. The two-night, four-hour documentary event is to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her first album. Jackson’s first album, titled “Janet Jackson,” was released in 1982 when she was 16. “JANET” is targeted for debut in […]

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Michael B. Jordan Stars In Tom Clancy’s “Without Remorse” Trailer

March 4, 2021

Michael B. Jordan will star as elite Navy SEAL Sr. Chief John Kelly in the trailer for Amazon Prime Video’s Without Remorse. To Watch Trailer Click Here The action thriller, based on Tom Clancy’s 1993 novel. When a squad of Russian soldiers kills his family in retaliation for his role in a top-secret operation, Kelly pursues the […]

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Are you going to watch Coming 2 America?

March 4, 2021

Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall showed up and kicked it with Jimmy Kimmel to talk about events back in the 1980’s and to promote Coming 2 America. The conversation reintroduces Eddie and Arsenio as buddies for those who may not know 30 years later. It has always been an interesting setting for interviews since the […]

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Black History: Betty Boop

March 2, 2021

The idea for the style of the cartoon character known as Betty Boop came from the presentation of a Black jazz singer in the late 1920’s named Esther Jones. Her stage name was Baby Esther, which matched her baby voice singing style. In 1930, Max Fleischer Studios released the character Betty Boop. The interesting part […]

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State Of Georgia Will Require Drivers To Learn How To Interact Police During Traffic Stops

March 2, 2021

Going into the weekend the Georgia State Senate supported a legislation that would require drivers in the state to learn how to interact with police. The bill will require the State Department of Driver service to work with the Department of Public Safety to educate citizens how to interact with police during traffic stops. According […]

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Releases Statement In Regards To Allegations Of Sexual Harassment

March 2, 2021

Sooooo Governor Andrew Cuomo admits in a statement that he may have played too much at work. The Governor said he made jokes and he has teased people about their personal lives while on the job. He also said some of the interactions could of left individuals feeling uncomfortable. Cuomo said his intention was never […]

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What Are You Doing To Become Your Best Self And Live Your Best Life?

March 2, 2021

We close out another week and get one step closer to spring which is literally one month away yay! Our days are a little longer as we gain more daylight and that is always a plus because it helps us with our Vitamin D. Living life in a healthy way doesn’t just include your body […]

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Greece Central Schools Security Guard Saves Choking Student

March 2, 2021

A security guard in the Greece Central Schools is being praised for successfully performing the Heimlich maneuver on a choking student. Security footage shows a student running over to Robin Cooper at Athena High School, Cooper recognizing he was choking and then performing the Heimlich. Security footage dated Feb. 26, 2021. To See Video Click Here. […]

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Dr. Suess Stops Sales And Publishings Of Six Of It’s Books

March 2, 2021

Well, it looks like some of the Dr. Seuss books will be getting makeovers. Dr. Suess Enterprises will stop selling and publishing 6 Dr. Suess books. The reason they say they will no longer publish the books is the imagery the books contain are insensitive. Dr. Suess Enterprise told The Associated Press that they portray […]

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