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Re: African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

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Timbuktu librarians protect manuscripts from rebels By Pascal Fletcher JOHANNESBURG | Wed Apr 11, 2012 6:00am EDT (Reuters) - Malian scholars, librarians and ordinary citizens in the rebel-occupied city of Timbuktu are hiding away priceless ancient manuscripts to prevent them from being damaged or looted, a South African academic in contact with them said. Cape Town University's Professor Shamil Jeppie said he was in daily contact with curators and private owners safeguarding tens of...
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BLACK THEN - DISCOVERING OUR HISTORY

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JAMES A. HOOD & VIVIAN MALONE: MADE HISTORY AT THE "STAND IN THE SCHOOLHOUSE DOOR" SHOWDOWN James Alexander Hood was one of the first African Americans to enroll at the University of Alabama in 1963 and was made famous when Alabama Governor George Wallace blocked him from enrolling at the all-white university, an incident which became known as the "Stand in the Schoolhouse Door." The ... 0 FEBRUARY 28, 2017 0 PIANIST JAMES C. BOOKER WAS KNOWN AS THE "BLACK LIBERACE" OF HIS TIME James...
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Cowboy Laments Blacks' Lost Link to Rural Past

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DENVER, Colo. (AP) — At the National Western Stock Show & Rodeo, retired rodeo champ Abe Morris needs only a nod of his black cowboy hat and his broad smile to be welcomed into the chute area where professional bull riders gather before their rides. "If I put on this cowboy hat and go down to the grocery store in my neighborhood, people would look at me like I'm joking," said the rodeo announcer, author and one of the rare African-American professional rodeo cowboys of his era — 1977 to...
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IF I READ ONE MORE FREAKING STORY LIKE THIS . . . !!!!!!!!!:

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African-American girl faces expulsion over her natural hair by Lilly Workneh | November 26, 2013 at 5:03 PM Comments 10 Print 12-year-old Vanessa VanDyke. (Photo courtesy of WKMG) Related Posts Viola Davis receives accolades for her natural afro on Oscar night Schools criticized for bans on dreadlocks, Afros Women's shaved hair revolution taking shape Black women must fight back against ‘hairanoia’ Natural hair care’s next wave An African-American girl could face expulsion after school...
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Torii Hunter believes black Latino players are 'impostors'

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Torri Hunter Along with his ability to hit a baseball and play center field, Torii Hunter (notes) made a big name for himself by being a likable guy and dropping a few jokes and laughs around the ballpark he plays in. But after Hunter's recent comments on race in baseball, his presence may be greeted with a few less smiles. While participating in USA Today's roundtable on the state of baseball , Hunter floated a theory that baseball uses dark-skinned players from countries like the Dominican...
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Re: Cowboy Laments Blacks' Lost Link to Rural Past

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Re: AFRICA

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On a recent segment of "Markeplace Africa" on the CNN International channel, the lady was interviewing the president of one of the major Chinese corporations currently setting up shop in South Africa. I came in about half-way through ... but what I got out of what I heard was that essentially, Chinese corporations are finding that the labor costs in China are getting to be too high ... and they find "cheap labor" as well as readily available resources - many of which they are the worldwide...
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Baptist Leader: I'm Exhibit A on Diversity

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Baptist Leader: I'm Exhibit A on Diversity The Rev. Fred Luter Jr.’s flock backs him as an inclusive symbol of Southern religious conservatism. By: Denise Stewart | Posted: June 25, 2012 at 3:42 PM YouTube ( The Root ) -- As the first African American elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention , the Rev. Fred Luter Jr. will travel throughout the country, preaching from some of the nation's most storied pulpits. But on Sunday he was home with his local congregation at the Franklin...
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The Lone Voice...

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For many years, I've been in cyber, speaking about all the things that matter to me.  Often, I encounter souls who acknowledge what I say, the truth being the foundation of everything written about.  However, there are times when I wonder if...
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Segregation Is Down. Great News, Right?

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Segregation Is Down. Great News, Right?But was it ever really a bad thing that black people lived together?By: John McWhorter | Posted: January 31, 2012 at 12:23 AM Print ThinkstockWhen Newt Gingrich says that housing project people...
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BlackAmericanAgenda for HEALTH

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BlackAmericanAgenda for HEALTH Jun 20, 2011 By Jeff Mays NewsOne and Tom Joyner present BlackAmericanAgenda , the six issues we feel are the most important for Black Americans in this election year. Let it be your yardstick for measuring the merits of the politicians and parties on which you’ll be voting in November, bullets of wisdom for the ballot box. For a list of all the BlackAmericanAgenda issues, CLICK HERE . BlackAmericanAgenda | HEALTH <h6> THE ISSUES | THE BACKSTORY | NUMBERS...
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Report: Blacks in New Orleans Experience Rampant Housing Discrimination

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Report: Blacks in New Orleans Experience Rampant Housing Discrimination November 8, 2014 | Posted by Thomas L. Scott Blacks who were qualified to rent in high-opportunity New Orleans neighborhoods were denied or received less-than-favorable treatment compared to whites with similar profiles, according to a report by the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center. The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center sent testers in to neighborhoods and found that 44 percent of the time the...
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The Need Is as Great as Ever for Black Media

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The Need Is as Great as Ever for Black Media March 13, 2013 | Filed under: Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Freedoms Journal America’s first Black owned newspaper AFRICANGLOBE – Long before the Civil War, a group of free African-American men founded a publication called Freedom’s Journal . It was to be the first newspaper published in the United States by African-American journalists, starting in 1827. The objective of the newspaper, which was published in New York City, was to fight...
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Re: African leaders meet in Ethiopia amid Mali crisis

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Originally Posted by EbonyRose: I have to wonder why there was such swift and decisive action taken (by the French or anyone else!!) to help the people of Mali and crush this 'takeover' ... yet, 100+ people a day have been killed in Syria for almost two years .... and no one is doing anything to stop that slaughter?? Isn't it an opportunity for Europe/American military to get their foot in the door of Africa? Next there will be a French/European or American "military base" in Mali, you know,...
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Re: Birth Rate Among African-American Teens Plummets 60 Percent in 10 Years

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Where are African-American births in general?
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White C-Span Caller Complains that Too Many Black People Call The Show

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On a C-Span show called "The Washington Journal," a caller raised eyebrows by stating that too many black people are calling in to the show. The caller, a guy named "Bill," who is a North Carolina Republican, stated that C-Span should change their...
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America’s Forgotten Black Cowboys

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America’s Forgotten Black Cowboys March 24, 2013 | Filed under: Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 7 Vincent Jacobs, now 80, battled White hate as a rodeo rider in the 1950s AFRICANGLOBE – Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-winning Western, Django Unchained, is one of relatively few Hollywood films depicting a Black cowboy. In reality there were many, some of whose stories were borrowed for films starring White actors. The most common image of the cowboy is a gun-toting, boot-wearing, White man –...
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What Can Romney Possibly Say to the NAACP?

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What Can Romney Possibly Say to the NAACP? By: Michael H. Cottman | Posted: June 26, 2012 at 12:23 AM Getty Images BlackAmericaWeb 's Michael H. Cottman writes that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's flailing attempts to connect with black people will likely just continue when he speaks to the civil rights organization in July. Romney is the worst kind of politician: he's a political shape-shifter: He tries to transform himself into the audience that he’s speaking to at the moment.
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Pew Survey Shows Black People’s Attitudes Toward Gun Ownership Changing

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Pew Survey Shows Black People’s Attitudes Toward Gun Ownership Changing July 18, 2015 | Posted by Manny Otiko Huey P. Newton Gun Club members march through the Dixon Circle neighborhood of Dallas. (Bobby Scheidemann) A Reuters article says attitudes on gun control are changing in the Black community. According to Reuters , more Black people are opting to arm themselves , having lost faith in the police’s ability to protect them. The massacre of nine Black churchgoers in Charleston, S.C. has...
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Re: With foreclosure looming Morris Brown College on the brink

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Originally Posted by Yemaya: This has been a long time coming. 10 years to be exact. Morris Brown lost their accreditation, there by losing their access to federal financial aid dollars. And from what I understand financial mismanagement by the A.M.E. church Morris Brown school board members (the owners of the school). I know, but don't you think that the African American community should step in to save such a historic school? The school is almost a century and a half old and was started by...
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Grandville T. Woods: Inventor, Scientist, Freedom Fighter

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Grandville T. Woods was an African American inventor who held more than 50 patents. He was also the first African American to be a mechanical and electrical engineer after the Civil War.
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Earvin Magic Johnson Launches New Network Aspire

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July 12, 2012 8:27 AM HOT TOPICS: <script type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"></script> Earvin Magic Johnson Launches New Network Aspire The basketball champion expands his business portfolio with a network featuring programming for African American audiences by Christasia Wilson Posted: June 27, 2012 (Image: Getty) Basketball legend and entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson has spent numerous hours on TV over the years as the point guard for...
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Re: Marion Barry apologizes for anti-Asian remarks

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“We are tired of sub-standard treatment, tired of being kept [at] arms length distance, tired of the lack of community engagement.” Hmmmmm…well….actually, I agree with him. Unfortunately, Asians believe Negroes are lazy, inept, lack the necessary intellectual skills to compete and have no family structure that is standard for other races and ethnicities. But whose fault is this? Whether you agree with it or not – perception is reality to most people. Since American Negroes openly and...
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George Zimmerman’s Attorneys: Trayvon Martin is a “Ghetto” Black Male Thug Who Deserved to Die

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George Zimmerman’s Attorneys: Trayvon Martin is a “Ghetto” Black Male Thug Who Deserved to Die May 27, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 37 George Zimmerman and his attorneys recently released text messages from Trayvon’s phone hoping to damage his reputation AFRICANGLOBE – I have argued that George Zimmerman is a murderer, one motivated by racism, an over-identification with Whiteness and White Authority, as well as a fetish for playing cop , to kill a...
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The Racial Politics Of Asthma

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The Racial Politics Of Asthma Posted on March 29, 2012 by Dominique Browning | Posted in: African-American Community , Mercury Poisoning , Politics , Pollution , Social Justice | In the wake of the tragic shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida, there’s been a lot of talk about the risks to black children of being shot and by whom. Last week Harry C. Alford , the President and CEO of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, testified against the new Mercury and Air Toxic Standards during a...
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More Blacks Than Ever to Teach for America

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More Blacks Than Ever to Teach for America By: JenÉe Desmond-Harris | Posted: June 25, 2012 at 1:50 PM Thinkstock Images Each year the Teach for America program recruits recent college graduates to work for two years in urban and rural public schools, hoping to inspire a lifelong commitment to education. It does the job well: A 2011 study found that the program creates more founders and leaders of education organizations than any other organization or program. Members of Teach for America's...
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Re: More Blacks Than Ever to Teach for America

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Originally Posted by sunnubian: According to Teach for America, more than 48,000 people applied to the program this year, including 1 in 4 seniors at Spelman, 11 percent of the graduating class at Clark Atlanta University, 10 percent at Hampton University and at Morehouse College, 8 percent at Howard, 6 percent at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and 4 percent at the University of Florida. At the Ivy League schools, 1 in 7 African American seniors applied. WOW!!! I think this is GREAT...
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Re: Anti-Abortion Billboards geared towards African Americans in Atlanta

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African American women are just he last frontier in their attempts to influence how people/women feel about abortion.
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As Usual, The Black Woman Had To Do It; Even This!

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A painting of this American hero and fighter of domestic-terrorism should hang in the lobby of the State building!
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Re: Farrakhan Urges Black Unity in Detroit

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"In my opinion ... I think it's a DAMN SHAME that BLACK PEOPLE (would) NEED to be given an EXPLANATION as to what it means to .... or why it would/should/is necessary ... to UNITE!! " *************************************************************************** This is so true and also what the problem is in the first place. I just do not know what it is going to take for Black people to wake up, to stop living on D'Nile about the true position the Black race is in, not only in America, but...
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ACLU Steps in to Block South Carolina’s Discriminatory Voter ID Law

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 24, 2012 11:36 AM CONTACT: ACLU Vesna Jaksic, ACLU national, (212) 284-7347 or 549-2666; media@aclu.org Victoria Middleton, ACLU of South Carolina, (843) 720-1424 ; vmiddleton@aclusouthcarolina.org ACLU Steps in to Block South Carolina’s Discriminatory Voter ID Law ACLU Files Motion in Federal District Court to Stop Law That Would Disenfranchise Voters WASHINGTON - February 24 - The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of South Carolina today asked a...
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Francois Mackandal was a charismatic and skilled leader of a slave revolt in Haiti

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in the 18th century. Mackandal was probably of West African or Congolese origin brought to St Domingue as a slave at the age of 12, it is believed he was sold to Lenormand plantation. As an adult he escaped the plantation and leader a revolt against French slaver owners and plantations. He was supposed to have a los t his left hand and part of his left arm while a slave. How this happened is often disputed, some sources claim his arm was crushed in an accident with a Sugar press and then was...
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Obama: ‘I’m not the president of black America’

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Obama: ‘I’m not the president of black America’ by theGrio | August 7, 2012 at 3:55 PM President Barack Obama makes brief remarks before signing the Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012 in the Oval Office at the White House August 6, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) In a recent interview with Black Enterprise magazine, President Barack Obama bristled at criticism that he has received, from some circles, about his...
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Black Children, An Endangered Species

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Black Children, An Endangered Species February 17, 2014 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff It is time for Black people to take their own security into their own hands AFRICANGLOBE – It’s not the elephant, it’s not the owl, it’s not the panda, the world’s most endangered species is the Black male teenager! Don’t ever think that Florida is the only place where Black children can be gunned down by White separatists, White supremacists or White racists in broad...
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New Clues Revealed in Studies of Stillbirth

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New Clues Revealed in Studies of Stillbirth <h6 class="byline">By NICHOLAS BAKALAR</h6><h6 class="dateline">Published: January 9, 2012</h6> In two new studies, researchers have pinpointed the most common causes of stillbirths and have found that known risk factors explain just a small minority of cases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 26,000 fetal deaths at 20 weeks’ gestation or later occur annually in the United States, a rate...
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I Knew This Was Coming: Lay Dow With Ann Coulter, You Get Up Parroting Like Good Kneegroe

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Political Dyn-O-Mite! Jimmie ‘JJ’ Walker Pans President Obama’s Job Performance On O’Reilly VIDEO by Josh Feldman | 9:04 pm, July 11th, 2012 70s sitcom star Jimmie ‘JJ’ Walker sat down with Bill O’Reilly in an interview today that mostly hit on Walker’s dissatisfaction with President Obama . Walker described Obama as someone who makes you feel good, but the economy is still in bad shape and it’s not enough for African-Americans to keep supporting him simply because they like him. RELATED:...
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Can the Growing Number of African American Businesses Solve the Unemployment Crisis in Black America?

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Can the Growing Number of African American Businesses Solve the Unemployment Crisis in Black America? President Obama has been accused by both Blacks and whites, Democrats and Republicans, of not doing enough for the African-American community. But newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau reveals that the amount of Black-owned businesses grew as the Bush administration left office and the Obama camp moved into the White House. In 2007, African-Americans ran 7.1 percent of businesses...
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Racism, Torture and Impunity in Chicago

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Racism, Torture and Impunity in Chicago Flint Taylor February 20, 2013 | This article appeared in the March 11-18, 2013 edition of The Nation. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, left, stands behind police superintendent Gary McCarthy as they join Chicago area mayors in voicing their support for stricter gun laws during a news conference at City Hall Thursday, December 20, 2012, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)   In Chicago, Black History Month is a time when some of us reflect on one of...
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Marion Barry apologizes for anti-Asian remarks

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Posted at 04:40 PM ET, 04/05/2012 UPDATE: Marion Barry apologizes for anti-Asian remarks By Mike DeBonis Marion S. Barry, Jr. @ marionbarryjr I admit, I could and should have said it differently. But the facts are still very present in our daily lives here. 5 Apr 12 Reply Retweet Favorite UPDATE, 4:40 P.M: Faced with a torrent of criticism from his colleagues and other city residents, Marion Barry apologized Thursday afternoon for his Election Day suggestion that Asian business owners in his...
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Re: Farrakhan Urges Black Unity in Detroit

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Originally Posted by sunnubian: "In my opinion ... I think it's a DAMN SHAME that BLACK PEOPLE (would) NEED to be given an EXPLANATION as to what it means to .... or why it would/should/is necessary ... to UNITE!! " *************************************************************************** This is so true and also what the problem is in the first place. I just do not know what it is going to take for Black people to wake up, to stop living on D'Nile about the true position the Black race is...
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Re: YOU FAMILY? CELEBS WHO WE DIDN’T KNOW WERE BLACK

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Vin Diesel, born Mark Sinclair Vincent, the son of Delora, a psychiatrist and astrologer. Diesel has Italian and black ancestry. Diesel has never met his biological father, and was raised by his African-American step father, Irving, an acting instructor and theatre manager. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, His father is of Black Nova Scotian (Canadian) origin and his mother is of Samoan heritage. Lori "Lolo" Jones, an American track and field Olympic athlete, whose ethnicity is an interesting mix.
 
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