Daily Archives: May 8, 2018

Mental HealthNews

Black Man Who Suffers From Mental Illness Beaten By Milwaukee ...

A man has been charged with three counts of battery after he got in a fight with six police officers. A video of the brawl between the officers and Demetrious Lowe, 25, on a street in ...
Celebrity News

2 Chainz Proposing to GF Keisha Ward on the #MetGala ...

2 Chainz decided to make good use of the beauty and splendor of the 2018 Met Gala stairs to propose to long-time girlfriend Keisha Ward and the result couldn’t be more beautiful. As invited guests made ...
New Music & Videos

Video Premier: Tom Pasley Debuts His New Music Video “Broke”

Every so often, the constellations line up, the earth is on a perfect axis, and a star is born. Tom Pasley is such a star. Hailing from the gritty, crime ridden, impoverished Eastdale neighborhood of ...
Empowering The Empowered

Publisher Leah Hernandez Helping Young Writers Market Their Talent

Today’s black women don’t get enough praise for the things they do within their communities and for school age students. Leah Hernandez has committed her life to giving back to the youth, check out one ...
Celebrity News

Can Ex-Con Coal Mine Killer Don Blankenship Win Tuesday’s Republican ...

On Monday morning, President Trump warned the people of West Virginia about voting for former coal baron and convicted criminal Don Blankenship in Tuesday’s Republican primary: “To the great people of West Virginia we have, together, a ...
Black Wall StreetEmpowered YouthMan PowerTech

Black Founders Matter: Wants To Generate $10 Million To Fund ...

There are hundreds black owned new business being created everyday. One of the most important factors when starting a new business is having some capital. If you don’t, then looking for ‘Angel Investor’ is the ...
Food & Drinks

Do You Know If You’re Eating Real Or Synthetic Shrimp?

The shrimping industry is fraught with human-rights abuses. One startup thinks their plant-based seafood might be the answer. “Shrimp is the number one consumed seafood in the US […] but the way we’re getting it ...