Recently Fired Home Depot Employee Gets Revenge on Former Supervisor
A very disturbed Home Depot employee Calvin Esdaile Jr. fatally shot his supervisor before turning the gun on himself Sunday afternoon, the New York Daily News reports.
The incident happened at the chain’s W.23rd Street location, in Manhattan’s Flatiron District. Esdaile allegdly approached Moctar Syand repeatedly shot him in the upper left chest and stomach, before shooting himself in the head, sources say.
We don’t understand why some people were offended by Stevie Wonder’s comment about racism, at Pastor Andrae Crouch’s funeral. In all due respect, when many gospel artists have not separated their affiliation from secular artists, it should not surprise us what their friends of the world within secular music industry may say. Stevie Wonder is not a part of the church, but because he has been used of acquainting himself with some big people in the gospel music industry, he may have felt he could say anything and it not bother anyone. According to BlackChristianNews.com, “Stevie Wonder took the opportunity to say that Obama’s goal of inclusiveness was largely thwarted because of hatred towards him because of his…Read full article, here.
Now, I realize that this subject may be too deep for some folks, but what other way to exposed things other than the truth than to talk about it? Are you aware if your bloodline is cursed? Don’t quite understand what I’m saying? Okay, let me explain-is it a coincidence that you suffer or struggle with something similar from your father or mother side of the family? For example: your father struggles from alcoholism and so did your grandfather, and now you do. Or maybe your mother has verbally abuse you since you were a child because she has been verbally abused from her mother, which is your grandmother. Now, do you get my drift?
Ebony Mag’s, Johnson Publishing to Sell Seven Decade Old Photo Archive
Johnson Publishing Company, the esteemed African American owned publisher of Ebony, announced plans to sell its photo archive of five million photos.
The iconic collection of photos spans 70 years of African-American history, culture and life, including a 1969 Pulitzer Prize winning photo of Coretta Scott King taken at Martin Luther King Jr.’s funeral.
The company says it would like to get $40 million for the collection.
“We really need to monetize that in order to ensure growth in our core businesses,” said JPC CEO Desiree Rogers to the Tribune.
Not many pastors discuss what real love is, but it takes a true man of God to fully express what it means. Pastor Marvin Sapp expressed how many people may say I love you, but their actions fail to add up to it, in his own words. According to ChristianPost.com, Pastor Marvin Sapp shared: “Many use it as a manipulative tool to get what they think they want. However I wonder while using them do we really understand the depth of what has been uttered from our mouths,” he wrote…
Latest Cosby Accuser: Cindra Ladd Says, Like The Others, She Was Drugged and Raped
Cindra Ladd’s essay of being drugged and raped by Bill Cosby:
In 1969 I met Bill Cosby while working in New York for the late film producer Ray Stark. I was a 21-year-old single woman in the world’s most exciting city. He was a 32-year-old internationally known comedian and television star, one of the most likeable and popular entertainers in the business. He asked for my number and I gave it to him.
FL Woman Marissa Alexander Denied Stand Your Ground, Freed but Still on House Arrest?
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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Marissa Alexander Released from Prison; Supporters Celebrate, Demand Full Freedom