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This Day in History: June 22, Sci-Fi Maven Octavia Butler is Born

There wouldn’t be The Walking Dead without the works of Octavia Butler, who was one of the first to explore a world where “human zombies”...

N.J. Ref Suspended For Making Black Wrestler Cut Dreads

A viral video of a high school wrestler being forced to have his dreadlocks cut during a competition caused widespread outrage last year. Today,...

Naomi Osaka Wins Australian Open

Naomi Osaka, who became the first Japanese native to win a Grand Slam in a victory over Serena Williams in last year's U.S. Open,...

Upset Stomach?

I had never felt nausea as much as I did through my last year of college. Through assignments, grad applications, new jobs, a constant...

Rwanda is Cracking Down on The Clergy

Rwanda has been shutting down churches that it deems, noisy and unsafe. It is also targeting pastors who they deem uneducated and preaching a...

Who Was Fritz Pollard?

The story of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball’s color barrier is well known to many. But he wasn’t the first black athlete to integrate a...

Net Worth Update

I managed to accomplish three big financial goals in 2018: I paid off the last of my revolving credit debt, I made $200-plus in...

14-Year-Old Starts Podcast

Elijah Coles Brown, 14, who has been an activist since he was 10 years old is doing a weekly podcast for The Hub. Each...

“I Need Protein!”

My journey into veganism began in 1987 through 1989. In 1987 I gave up read meat; in 1988 I gave up chicken; on January...

Mo’Ne Davis Commits to Hampton U.

Philadelphia teenager Mo’ne Davis captivated the country when she became the breakout star of the 2014 Little League World Series as a 13-year-old girl....

NFL Prospects To Watch This Bowl Season

There's very little at stake in most of the football bowl games, with just four teams battling for a National Championship. While it's nice...

Love The Skin You’re In…

“I don’t think you ready for this jelly…cause my body too bootylicious for you baby!” In 2001 when Destiny Child released "Bootylicious," women all around...

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This Day in History: August 1st

Educator and Civil Rights Activist Benjamin Mays Was Born The spiritual mentor to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,...

Coach Cass: Are You Ready For Love?

Casandra (Coach Cass) Henriquez, relationship guru and bestselling author kicks off podcast letting you know who she is and how she became...

This Day in History, August 2nd

Best-selling author and activist, James Arthur Baldwin was born on August 2, 1924, in Harlem, New York. His eloquence and passion on race relations...

Best of: James Baldwin: “Freedom Can’t Be Given, It Must Be Taken!” (Part 1)

On what would be the 96th birthday of James Baldwin, Karen shares an interview he did in 1960 and breaks it into...

This Day in History, August 1st

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in Trinidad and Tobago. It was announced that the end of slavery would roll out as slaves...
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