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The remarkable journey of the late legendary Kobe Bryant continues unabated. After the Black Mamba won five NBA titles and two championship MVPs with the Los Angeles Lakers, the almost preternaturally-motivated Bryant surged towards the same type of success during his post-playing career. Bryant won an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for Dear…

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Cyntoia Brown is just beginning to live her best life now that she has been freed from the Tennessee Prison for Women after serving 15 years. Brown is about to publish her book, Free Cyntoia: My Search for Redemption in the American Prison System. She will reportedly go into detail about how she met the…

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To most Black women, rapper Common is the quintessential embodiment of manhood: strong, intelligent, articulate, responsible, socially-conscious, upwardly mobile and financially secure. It is hard, with the powerful image that he projects, to fathom someone like him being subjected to any type of abuse. But in his Simon and Schuster-released book, Let Love Have the…

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Comedian D.L. Hughley may have started an intra-racial feud with black women when he got on Michael Martin’s shown on NPR the other day. One of the principle players of the iconic “Kings of Comedy” talks about his upcoming book, “I Want You to Shut the Fawk Up: How the Audacity of Dopes is Ruining…

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