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Re: Successful Black Youth

EbonyRose ·
WOW!!! This was waaaaaaaayyyy cool!!!
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Re: There’s No Longer Time for Excuses for Black Men – Obama

Kocolicious ·
And.....there are no more excuses for ANY black person male or female. Some of today's black women got it twisted too. Many of 'em think it's all about looks and how high you can wear those "come "f" me shoes." But! It is not. And before any new generation of blackfolks men and women start having children....they REALLY need to revisit why it is so important to set themsevles up for failure AND not be prepared to take care of the children they bring into the world. So...no more excuses.
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Re: There’s No Longer Time for Excuses for Black Men – Obama

Xumbrarchist ·
Why doesn't he suggest a National Recommended Reading List for Black boys, K thru 12? The Souls of Black Folk, by W. E. B. Du Bois http://www.gutenberg.org/files/408/408-h/408-h.htm http://librivox.org/souls-of-b...olks-by-web-du-bois/ Black Man's Burden, by Dallas McCord Reynolds http://www.gutenberg.org/files.../32390-h/32390-h.htm Xum
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Re: There’s No Longer Time for Excuses for Black Men – Obama

Xumbrarchist ·
Obama Did It For the Money http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...etary_b_3227356.html Xum
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Re: Celebs turn out for Joseph Lowery birthday fundraiser

RadioRaheem ·
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

Momentum ·
Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara Lee, Nestle, Star Bucks, Kraft (the Patriots owner), Proctor and Gamble, For example in Ethiopia...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara Lee, Nestle, Star Bucks, Kraft (the Patriots owner), Proctor and...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara Lee, Nestle, Star Bucks, Kraft (the Patriots owner), Proctor and...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara Lee, Nestle, Star Bucks, Kraft...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnibian, anyone, what future do you see Africa or certain African nations in the next 20 years? I ask this because Africa have so many resources and intelligent people yet they are still being systematically exploited by Europeans. The birthplace of Coffee and Chocolate are just 2 obvious products they get little in return but billions are being made by transnational corporations such as Sara Lee, Nestle, Star Bucks, Kraft...
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Re: MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: You make some excellent points, That Bull illustration was on point, I'm going to use that. Africans adore white people I hate to say. I'm sure it is plenty who don't but the ones I run into here in the states love white folks and back stab African Americans when they are in the company of white people. But once you get to know them on a personal level there are some nice people. A lady who stayed around the corner from us was someone we could trust with our...
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Successful Black Youth

sunnubian ·
Successful Black Youth Many times we hear negative stories about the Black youth. Many of our youth have made great achievements. These are their stories. Black Youth Invents Surgical Technique - at 14 Tony Hansberry II isn’t waiting to finish medical school to contribute to improved medical care. He has already developed a stitching technique that can be used to reduce surgical complications, as well as the chance of error among less experienced surgeons. "I've always had a passion for...
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MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION

sunnubian ·
MENTORS INSPIRE ZIMBABWEAN MOREHOUSE STUDENTS TO START GLOBAL MENTORING ORGANIZATION 04 APR 2014 POSTED BY ADD SEYMOUR JR. Photo: Taku Masirori and Prince Abudu By ADD SEYMOUR JR. – Taku Machirori had just failed his high school in Zimbabwe. Two Ds and an E (the grading scale in Zimbabwe includes an E as a failing grade, as well as an F). “That’s when I realized I really needed someone who can guide me and advise me on what I could do with that situation, the Morehouse senior said. “I didn’t...
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Are Howard University’s problems the tip of the iceberg for HBCUs?

sunnubian ·
Are Howard University’s problems the tip of the iceberg for HBCUs? by Donovan X. Ramsey | February 11, 2014 at 3:01 PM Comments 7 Print Related Posts Obama White House awards HBCUs, but how will the money be managed? Why bad-mouthing HBCUs shows little class America needs more college grads: How HBCUs can help HBCUs: Still relevant in the 'post-racial' era? HBCUs are still vital to American education A recent article in the New York Times took a tough look into the inner workings of Howard...
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There’s No Longer Time for Excuses for Black Men – Obama

sunnubian ·
There’s No Longer Time for Excuses for Black Men – Obama May 20, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff President Obama speaking to Morehouse graduates AFRICANGLOBE – President Obama on Sunday told the graduating class at Morehouse College , the country’s pre-eminent historically Black college, there is “no time for excuses” for this generation of African-American men and that it was time for their generation to step up professionally and in their personal...
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15-year-old already a Morehouse man

sunnubian ·
by Deron Dalton | June 8, 2011 at 4:05 PM <noscript>lt;img width="488" height="366" src="http://thegrio.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/15-morehouse.jpg?w=488" class="attachment-single wp-post-image" alt="15-MOREHOUSE.jpg" /gt;</noscript> Related Posts Zimbabwean-born businessman commits $6.4 million to send African students to Morehouse College Genarlow Wilson, once a convicted felon, now a Morehouse scholar Morehouse College athletes charged with raping Spelman student How Cain sat...
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Celebs turn out for Joseph Lowery birthday fundraiser

sunnubian ·
Celebs turn out for Joseph Lowery birthday fundraiser by Kunbi Tinuoye | October 8, 2013 at 3:45 PM Jamie Foxx (right) kneels next to Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery during I’ve Known Rivers: A Legendary Life, a tribute to Lowery’s 92nd birthday at Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday, October 6, 2013 (photo credit: Jerome Dorn) Ann Nesby performs on stage during I’ve Known Rivers: A Legendary Life, a tribute to Joseph E. Lowery’s 92nd birthday celebration at Morehouse College in Atlanta on...
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Successful Black Youth

sunnubian ·
Successful Black Youth Many times we hear negative stories about the Black youth. Many of our youth have made great achievements. These are their stories. Black Youth Invents Surgical Technique - at 14 Tony Hansberry II isn’t waiting to finish medical school to contribute to improved medical care. He has already developed a stitching technique that can be used to reduce surgical complications, as well as the chance of error among less experienced surgeons. "I've always had a passion for...
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