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Kanye West ranted about “mind control” on Twitter after reactivating his account. The outspoken rap star ended his self-imposed exile from the micro-blogging website by posting a series of behind-the-scenes videos in Uganda, where he’s recording his new album, and then launching into a rant about mind control. In one of the videos, West, who…

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In recent months, Blacks in the United States have been subjected to outrageous abuse caught on camera. From coast to coast, White racists have taunted, attacked and called police on innocent Black people just for living. In some cases, the person perpetrating the attack has been identified and soon found themselves out of a job. …

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Angela Bassett and her husband Courtney B. Vance wanted their twins to be part of the Black Panther filmmaking process because it is such an inspiring movie. The 59-year-old actress plays Ramonda — the mother of titular hero T’Challa and Queen Mother of fictional African nation Wakanda — in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, which…

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Uganda has been under fire from world leaders and activists for the past year over their push to pass an anti-gay law that would result in long-term or even lifetime prison sentences for citizens convicted of engaging in homosexual acts. But even though the law was struck down by its own supreme court earlier this…

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For weeks now, the world has been talking about Uganda’s noteworthy decision to overturn its extreme anti-gay law over a technicality. And although many activists saw the court decision as an achievement for Uganda, many of the nation’s LGBT refugees think the decision has done nothing to curb the violence and oppression they face in…

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Earlier this year, people across the world were horrified when Uganda passed an anti-gay bill that outlawed homosexuality in its borders, making sex acts between gay people punishable by up to life in prison. Now, after months of controversy, a Ugandan court invalidated the bill, leaving many activists breathing a sigh of relief. According to…

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Uganda’s campaign against homosexuality, which many in the nation consider a Western creation, has drawn the attention of the world over the last several months as its citizens have complained of being hunted down and being jailed for simply being LGBT. And although the country is still swamped with controversy over its recent anti-gay laws,…

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Many public figures have been speaking out loudly against Uganda and Nigeria’s new extreme anti-gay laws, which will put several of their LGBT citizens in jail for years for simply being gay. But recently, “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg decided to weigh in on the matter and slammed the two African nations for tearing away…

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Earlier this week, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni drew major criticism when he signed an anti-gay bill that punishes “aggravated homosexuality” with anywhere from 14 years to a lifetime in prison. Although Museveni claimed to have gained scientific knowledge on the existence and culture of homosexuality before making his decision, he recently made some disturbing and…

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Uganda’s new anti-gay law, which punishes “aggravated homosexuality” with life imprisonment has brought about mass criticism from around the world. However, no political leader has had a louder voice about the law than President Barack Obama, who recently asked Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni not to sign an anti-homosexuality law . He claimed that Uganda’s rising anti-gay climate would…

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The African nation of Uganda came under fire on a global scale last year when it was announced that lawmakers passed a bill that further criminalizes homosexuality and could leave many of its LGBT citizens in prison for life. President Barack Obama was one of the original political leaders to voice disdain for the bill…

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