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When walking through the “Soul of a Nation” art exhibit, spectators are transported to a time when Black art embraced its struggle, power and beauty. Located at The Broad, a contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles, “Soul of a Nation” features 145 gut-wrenching paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints created by more than 60 artists.…

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Throughout history, there have been many battles that have been forgotten. One such battle that the British would like to forget is the Battle of Isandlwana, which took place on Jan. 22, 1879, as part of what was known as the Anglo-Zulu war. The Zulu empire stretched over most of South Africa under the leadership…

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New video and images of the recent South Carolina KKK Confederate flag rally show the violence was underreported by the mainstream media. The images from the rally show heated encounters with the KKK and counter protesters. The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, South Carolina Highway patrol and local police definitely had their hands full when attempting…

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Former  D.C. Mayor Marion Barry died overnight at United Medical Center in Washington at the age of 78. Barry had gone to the hospital on Thursday complaining that he was not feeling well and was released; he died a few hours later. Barry was a four-term mayor of the nation’s capital and survived a series…

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  Politics are very much a sport; with opposing sides, strategic planning and even mascots. It’s no wonder that athletes find themselves in political arenas as well. There are sports figures who use their celebrity to promote sneakers and cars and some use their celebrity as a platform for political movements. These athletes have stepped…

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