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A White professor revealed that she lied about being Black to serve as a “culture leech.” Jessica Krug shared her true identity in an article published on Medium‘s website. Krug, 38, made a living by disguising herself as a Black woman and profiting from issues that affect minorities. She holds a Ph.D. and is the…

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Whoever is tweeting from Herman Cain’s account apparently is pushing an agenda that’s on par with the rhetoric often spewed by the commander-in-chief. On Monday morning, Aug. 31, 2020, the media picked up on a tweet from Cain’s Twitter account, @TheChainGang, that downplayed the severity of COVID-19. Here’s  a screenshot of the now-deleted tweet shared…

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Steve Stoute understands the importance of the 2020 election. To drive the significance of the Black vote, Stoute, a serial entrepreneur and music executive, recently sat down with NBA star Kevin Durant on The Boardroom: Out of Office podcast. Stoute took aim at Kanye West for his attempt to serve as a spoiler during the election.…

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A  Black man who was shot by Secret Service members at the White House was reportedly only holding a comb. On Aug. 10, Myron Berryman, 51, was outside of the White House in Washington, D.C. when he allegedly approached a member of the Secret Service, according to the Washington Post. Berryman, who suffers from mental…

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The police chief in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is catching flack after he appeared to blame protesters for being shot. On Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020, police Chief Daniel Miskinis held a news conference to discuss the arrest of the suspected shooter, Kyle Rittenhouse, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal. On Tuesday, Aug. 25, Rittenhouse, 17, drove from…

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Kanye West continues to push for his name to be on the presidential ballot in multiple states. The embattled rapper tweeted on Aug. 21 that his name is currently on nine ballots. “Praise God…look at all the ballots we’re on,” West tweeted. “Oklahoma, Arkansas, Vermont, West Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, Utah, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia.” However, those…

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Akon continues to catch backlash following his controversial views on slavery. The 47-year-old music artist, who’s originally from Senegal, shared his thoughts on slavery during a recent interview with VLAD TV. Akon compared the impact of slavery on Senegalese and Black Americans. “In Senegal, we’ve kind of overcome the thought of slavery, we don’t even…

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