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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”...

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...

Ask The Good Doctor

I saw a commercial on TV that just set me off. The tagline was “Eat Your Way-Treat Your Way.” The product is used to...

Remember Barack Obama?

This week's list falls on Election Day and given the current climate in America, it nice to reminisce about the first African American president...

Countdown To Election Day

The midterm elections are gearing up for a record turnout with the House of Representatives and the Senate up for grabs, as well as...

September 2018 Net Worth Update

We are in the home stretch of 2018 and I hope you’re as pumped as I am to be debt free and build financial...

Meet Yarrow Mamout

There’s a good chance that the name Yarrow Mamout doesn’t ring a bell when you hear it (hat tip, if it does). But it...

This Is Sonnie Johnson

Born to a drug-addicted mother, Sonnie Johnson is a woman who makes no excuses in life. She believes if she can overcome a very...

Michelle Hope

Michelle Hope, your unapologetic expert, has a raw discussion about the transition from male to female and how Zsa Zsa aka Cienna Bianca McQueen...

Karen Taylor Bass: Coming To America

In Karen Taylor Bass's latest podcast, she discusses coming to America from Jamaica and the kinds of adjustments she and her family made and...

5 Things To Know About David Fizdale

The NBA season is right around the corner and we’re debuting a new series of profiles on the global majority’s representation among league coaches....

This Is Clay Cane – Is It Honesty or Just Plain Rude?

In his first podcast in TheHub.News, Clay Cane chats with Karen Hunter from the Karen Hunter Show about language and civility. Are we "keeping...

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This Day in History: July 10th

Mary Jane McLeod was born on July 10, 1875 on a rice and cotton farm near Mayesville, South Carolina, where both of her parents...

Schenectady Officer Kneels on Black Man’s Neck Until He Passes Out

Video footage of a Schenectady police officer who was captured kneeling on an unarmed Black man's neck has gone viral.

This Day in History: July 6th

Philando Castile was murdered on July 6, 2016, by a Minnesota cop in his car as his girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter watched. Catille, 32,...

This Day in History: July 4th

Tuskegee University Was Founded With the leadership of Dr. Booker T. Washington and the dream of Lewis Adams,...

This Day in History: July 2nd

The Civil Rights Act of 1964, the landmark civil rights and labor law outlawing discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. is...
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