What Black person doesn’t like to sit and eat while watching his or her favorite Black movie? And guess what–It doesn’t phase us Black folks if the movie has been watched twenty times already–When it gets to this point, this typically means that it’s an ‘Black Classic Cinema’. Okay, so let’s cut the chase. What are the popular Black movies that should be in Black households…
10 Popular Movies That Should Be In Most Black Households:
Are you the type of person that likes to travel to different states just to see the contrariety of cultures within the black people in that particular city? If yes–then this isn’t your typical list of northern vs. southern contrariness as you may think. Forget the northern part of the hemisphere–let’s concentrate on the Black folks from the West Coast and Southern parts of the earth. Take for instance, in the West Coast you have California-a melting pot full of ethnicity. Where everyone including the black folks seems jolly. Take a look below at the differences below….
GA Teacher Give Time Slots for Students to have Sex in Classroom
A Georgia middle school teacher has been removed from the classroom for allegedly allowing students to have sex in his classroom closet, WSB-TV reports, and a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest.
One outraged mother discovered what was going on after she looked at her 14-year-old son’s phone and saw the text messages that were being exchanged between the young teen and Quinton Wright, a math teacher and coach at Champion Theme Middle School in DeKalb County.
First off, can I be honest? The concept of having a put together “morning routine” is great and all but when you’re hustling, grinding and you’re not the boss, mornings typically aren’t easy. In truth, most of us are barely making it out of the door. Nonetheless, lately there’s been a lot of talk about morning routines. Let’s take a looks at the morning rituals of 3 African American Women Leaders below:
Scum Bag Missouri Man Tapes Himself Having Victims While HIV positive
UPDATE on May 21, 2015:
A St. Charles County, Mo., jury recommended six decades in prison for 23-year-old Michael L. Johnson, who was convicted of infecting one of his sexual partners with HIV, the Associated Press reports.
According to the report, the jury recommended a 30-year sentence for infecting one partner with the virus that causes AIDS. With Johnson’s other convictions—four counts of risking exposure of the virus to others—his prison term could add up to more than 60 years if the judge orders the sentences to be served consecutively. Johnson’s sentencing hearing is set for July 13, AP notes.
Blues Guitarist B.B. King’s Funeral and Burial Dates Set
Blues legend B.B. King will be celebrated on this coming Saturday. According to the musician’s youngest daughter, Claudette. She confirms his funeral will take place May 23rd in Las Vegas, according to her Facebook page:
“Thank you everyone for your well wishes. My dad’s service is next Saturday, May 23rd in Las Vegas. Lying in state Friday, May 22, 2015. More later,” she posted.
It’s confirmed there will be a public viewing of Mr. B.B. King from 3-7 p.m. Friday at Palm Mortuary West in Las Vegas.
Yes, Texas Yes! Senate Approves Protecting Clergy Who Refuse Homosexual Marriages
The Texas Senate voted overwhelmingly on Monday to allow clergy members to refuse performing marriages that violate their religious beliefs, as top Republicans move to further shield the nation’s largest conservative state from a possible US Supreme Court ruling allowing gay couples to wed.
The bill, approved 21-10, requires a final, largely procedural Senate vote before heading to the state House.
Democrats were quick to point out that existing constitutional guarantees separating Church and state already allow houses of worship to set their own religious policies regarding marriage ceremonies and all other aspects of faith.