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#BlackTwitter trolls H&M for racist ad

Discount retailer H&M has pulled a post off the store website featuring a black child in a racially insensitive hoodie.  It has also apologized for the ad.

Models of Diversity first posted its criticism of the ad.  Now the site only features the sweatshirt minus the model.

#BlackTwitter went off.

Charles M. Blow of The New York Times asked the retailer if it “had lost your damned minds?!?!?!

What say you? Let us know in the comments section.  Will you stop shopping at H&M?


Morehouse student’s extra credit video goes viral

Julien Turner is not a biology major.

He’s a marketing major, a student athlete and now a viral video star after his rap for extra-credit in his biology class won him more than 600,000 views on You Tube.  Take a look:

Turner tells Good Morning America that he the phrase “all the cells are dead” kept repeating in his head.  He checked his notes to make sure his thoughts were accurate.  Then he called up a few teammates and they shot the video.

His professor, Dr. Dwann Davenport got a text and a link to the video before she’s learned he’d turned in [More]


Have you seen this Clayton County man?

Clayton County Police are asking for your help in locating a man who may suffer from dementia.

Authorities say Troy Artez Berry, 53, has not been seen since Friday near North Castlegate Drive in College Park.

Berry is 6′ tall and weighs 165 pounds.  Anyone who may have seen Berry is asked to contact the Clayton County Police.


NAACP warns black travelers about American Airlines

The NAACP issues an unusual warning to passengers about American Airlines:

The NAACP, the nation’s original and largest social justice advocacy organization, has released the following statement today announcing a travel advisory warning African Americans about their safety and well being when patronizing American Airlines or traveling on American Airlines flights:

“The NAACP for several months now has been monitoring a pattern of disturbing incidents reported by African-American passengers, specific to American Airlines. In light of these confrontations, we have today taken the action of issuing national advisory alerting travelers—especially African Americans—to exercise caution, in that booking and boarding flights on American [More]


Oscar winner on Harvey Weinstein: #METOO

Actress Lupita Nyong'o, who won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role in '12 Years A Slave' writes an op ed in The New York Times today about being harassed sexually by former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.


Braxton’s rep says the singer is definitely single

Contrary to published reports, a rep for singer Toni Braxton say she is not married to rapper Birdman.

Braxton’s representative denies the report to  Us Weekly. “Toni is dating” the representative said.  Braxton, famous for the hit “Un-Break My Heart” has a new single called “Deadwood.” It’ll appear on her forthcoming album Sex & Cigarettes. It’s due out early next year.

Birdman and Braxton first got to know each other 14 years ago while working on working on the song “Baby You Can Do It.”  They went public with their romance last year at the BET Awards.

But according to her rep [More]


Morehouse College names new president

Dr. David Thomas always wanted to attend Atlanta’s Morehouse College.  He simply could not make the numbers work.

Now the former head of the Business School at Georgetown University will become the 12th president of the HBCU. Since January, Dr. Thomas has served as the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Prior to that he led the Business School at Georgetown University.

He always wanted to be a Morehouse man, and come January 2018 he will as the 12th president prestigious historically black institution.

Thomas takes over after a turbulent time with leadership at Morehouse.  President John Wilson [More]


Clarkston mom kills daughter’s fiance’; Terry Crews speaks out about being groped; NFL will discuss player protests

• Clarkston mom kills daughter’s fiance’

A Clarkston mother is charged with killing her pregnant daughter’s fiance. Paw Law, 57, is accused of shooting Nyatole Eh, 17, of Clarkston, several times in the abdomen, as they got ready for breakfast on October 8. Law was said to be angry that Eh and her daughter were planning to get married and move to Wisconsin. A Clarkston Police detective said the woman went to a pawn shop and bought a gun on Saturday, after an argument over the move. “There was no type of argument or even altercation at that point. It’s looking like [More]

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