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BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Devon Still and Leah Still’s battle with cancer is OVER !! The father and son have been publicly battling with the disease from more than two football seasons, garnering support from...

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BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Life situations often thrust young people into adult roles and no one knows this better than Senior Gainesville High School (GA) linebacker Lemi Williams. Williams is a leading his football team...

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Dr Boyce Watkins and Damon Dash are running an online business mentorship membership program called Intelligent Boss Moves. In this conversation, Dr Watkins and Dash talk about the concept of Economic Fortification. He also talks...

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Remember this song from the 1995 Million Man March?

September 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Too Short’s song “You should be gettin it” was one of the songs played a lot after the Million Man March 20 years ago. The anniversary is coming, so we decided to bring this one...

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This is the song that you should sing to anybody who bothers you about something stupid. In fact, keep it in your pocket and use it at every available opportunity. It might make your life...

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BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Wheaties cereal is widely known for its slogan as the “Breakfast of Champions” and they have honored Leah Still, the daughter of Cincinnati Bengals‘ defensive lineman Devon Still, with the acclaimed cereal...

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by Dr Boyce Watkins In this video, I speak about NFL star James Harrison, who was criticized (and applauded by some) for forcing his sons to return their “participation trophies” they received just for being...

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In this video, Dr Boyce Watkins explains the lessons that black people can learn from the new film, “Straight Outta Compton.”...

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Remember when Ice Cube was rapping about being down with Khalid Abdul Muhammad over 20 years ago? This video seems to say otherwise. For all of those black men in Hollywood who pretend to be...

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