Posted by Media Outrage on 28th March 2013
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most important individuals to ever walk this Earth. In our opinion he is in the same kind of category as Jesus, Moses, Malcolm X, Mahatma Ghandi and other freedom fighters and revolutionaries whose truths led to their assassination. There is no one that can tell us that Dr. King wasn’t sent from GOD along with the other people previously mentioned.
Most only know Dr. King for his “I Have A Dream” speech which he debuted during the March on Washington back in August of 1963, or they know him for winning the Nobel Peace Prize on October 14, 1964 and for leading the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 but few know his revolutionary stance on Vietnam. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on 28th February 2013
Washington DC finally paid tribute to the woman who is credited with igniting the civil rights movement of the 1950′s and 1960′s by refusing to give up her seat to a white person. It’s beautiful to see our nation finally give this beautiful woman her just due.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 11th February 2013
Otis Redding is one of the most underrated song-writers, singers, and performers of the past century. His music and melodies are legendary. You have sang most of his songs and probably just didn’t know you were singing HIS songs!
This man’s voice was something special and the words that accompanied the tracks were iconic.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 18th May 2012
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback issued an apology on behalf of Kansas to blacks for the inhumane manner in which they were treated for a century.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 9th February 2011
Sarah Breedlove who later changed her name to Madam C.J. Walker was the first female American millionaire which is an extraordinary achievement given the time frame she was born in.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 11th June 2010
Malcolm X was one of the greatest and most influential African-Americans in U.S. history. His courageous fight for the liberation of black people in the states was pivotal in moving us past the ‘Jim Crow’ era of segregation. We just wanted to take a minute to remember brother Malcolm.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 2nd February 2010
The black woman you see before you was Henrietta Lacks. Why is she news? Because doctors removed cells from her body, years ago, that have been instrumental in finding cures for diseases and other medical break-throughs. See for yourself… Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on 13th August 2009
Loyal reader Terrance sent in a very interesting email that we felt compelled to share with you. Terrance thanks for the email and holding us down everyday. Terrence’s pics above. Click on them to enlarge. Check out his thoughts below…..
We Have To Do Better!
A few weeks ago I had the unpleasant experience of attending court as a result of a traffic violation. Upon my arrival to the court house I was greeted outside by several young brothas (African American males). As I exited my car and approached them I couldn’t help notice how they stared at me as if I was naked. I’m assuming it was because I was dressed in professional attire and appeared “overdressed” for the occasion to them. Read the rest of this entry »
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