NEWSFLASH!! Rachel Dolezal has finally come clean about her racial background.
[FLASHBACK: Rachel Dolezal Resigns From NAACP After Racial Controversy + Her Parents Speak Out… (VIDEO)]
The disgraced NAACP Spokane, WA chapter president recently made an appearance on “The Real,” where she admits to being “biologically born white to white parents.”
Dolezal received a standing ovation after her true confession, which was made only after co-hosts Jeannie Mai and Tamar Braxton pressured her to admit she was not born black.
But while she did admit to being born White, Rachel states she still ‘identifies’ as a Black woman. Tamar Braxton asked Dolezal if she felt that she had deceived anyone.
“No, I don’t,” said Dolezal. “Don’t we all have the right to be exactly who we are?” Some would call it an obligation, even.
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Another day, another innocent Black man gets shot by a police officer!
This time it was Corey Jones, a popular church drummer from Florida, who was fatally shot as he attended to his disabled vehicle on the side of the road.
Jones was approached by a plainclothes officer on Sunday evening (October 18, 2015) as he was stranded on the side of the Interstate 95 highway after his car broke down.
For the record, the officer was wearing street clothes and driving an unmarked car. What happened next has been disputed by Jones’ family members and authorities, but what is clear is that another innocent Black man has been killed by an ‘officer of the law’.
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Usher has joined forces with Nas and Bibi Bourelly for a newly released song called “Chains.”
The artists address racial injustice and police brutality in the song’s visuals, which feature portraits of Black lives lost to police brutality, as well as their names, ages, and stories.
The video was released on Tidal earlier today and in the opening text, states: “While racial injustice keeps killing, society keeps looking away.”
From Travyon Martin to Sean Bell, the images presented serve as evidence of what Nas sums up in one succinct bar: “We’ve got a problem that needs to be solved.”
Listen to Usher, Nas & Bibi Bourelly’s powerful song ‘CHAINS’ below… Continue Reading…
On the eve of releasing his latest single, Young Jeezy released an open-letter to his fans about social injustice, poverty, and the plight of being a Black man in America. The thought provoking letter is accompanied by Jeezy’s TM88 and Southside-produced song titled “God.”
As you know, 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of Jeezy’s Thug Motivation 101, so it’s definitely been a benchmark year for him.
In the letter, Jeezy (who signed the letter ‘Pastor Young’) preaches about several issues, including systemic racism, stating:
I would like to take this time to ADDRESS the Street Disciples and Congregation to express my concerns and frustrations on what’s going on in our communities all over the world today.
There’s a war going on, but you have to ask yourself, who is the enemy? We die to claim our streets and hoods when we don’t own as much as a mail box. That tells me one thing—If we all were on the same page and had the same cause, there is nothing in the world we can’t change or make happen.
Read Jeezy’s full open letter below + also check out his new single ‘God’ below… Continue Reading…