The Sierra Leone Mudslide

From Al Jazeera: The death toll from a devastating landslide and flooding that hit Sierra Leone earlier this week has risen to nearly 500, according to hospital officials. More than 600 people remained missing on Sunday, with rescue officials warning that the chances of finding survivors are decreasing each day. The death toll earlier stood […]

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Notable Links: 1-16/15

Hollywood’s political deafness: What Cosby, “Selma” & Hebdo reveal about white liberal consciousness 7 of the Worst Stereotypes About Black Fathers Dirty ex-cop Louis Scarcella’s framing of innocent black men is costing NYC millions White People Riot In Columbus After Football Game, Media Calls It A ‘Celebration’ Why has Woody Allen’s career survived and Bill […]

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Preferred Coverage of Chaos

You gotta hand it to the mainstream news media. It picks and chooses which tragic story should be covered. A terrorist attack in France caught their attention like a lightning bolt. However, in another part of the world, more horrific series of events ravaged a community and paralyzed a nation. But according to them, over […]

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2014: A Year in Review

2015 will be upon us, unless you’ve read this post after New Year’s. But looking back in the year 2014, it was definitely a wild ride with more loops to go through. We lost several famous people along the way. We lost James Avery and Juanita Moore when the year started on a ridiculously cold […]

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