Monthly Archives: August 2017

Modern Day Media Devils

By Lucius Gantt

In the eyes of God, the very worst thing you can be is a hypocrite! You can’t go around saying you the Lord, you love the light, you love the life and you love the truth when you really love Satan, Lucifer and a variety of other devils!

Many of America’s Black organizations, groups, teams, fraternities, sororities, churches, mosques, masjids, temples, schools, and businesses are facing and dealing with the same kind of hypocrisy!

Mt Tabor AME Church Homecoming Celebration

Church Homecoming Service

29 July 2017 @ 11:00 AM

The Worship Leader; Sonya Williams, began service with “Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow” followed by Evangelist Wanda Clark’s Call To Worship “Every Step Of The Way” sung by New Hope Baptist Church Male Choir.

Hijacking Black media to undermine musicians’ rights

Melvin Gibbs is the President of the Content Creators Coalition.

Melvin Gibbs is the President of the Content Creators Coalition.

Traditional media has a long history of neglecting the Black community and an equally long history of refusing to give us a fair hearing or equal time. To be heard, African Americans created media outlets like this one—and in its storied history, the Black Press has spoken truth to power as “soldiers without swords” in the fight for racial justice.

How do we Safeguard the Grove?

Land owned by Black Grovites to become active and spark commerce on Grand Avenue

Approaches to slow down gentrification differ

MKTplace at Goombay Plaza in Coconut Grove

Gentrification Causes Urban De-negrofication

by Bishop James D. Adams, pastor, St. John Institutional Missionary Baptist Church

Historic African-American neighborhoods in big cities are in decline. Miami’s historic Overtown, formerly know as Colored Town during segregation, and Liberty City — urban communities that were once swollen with Black people and sweltering with Black culture — are losing residents and the political clout that goes with it. Currently these

Brazil ‘Genocide’ of Black Youth Kills 1 Every 23 Minutes

The shocking amount of killings of young Black people in Brazil revealed in a new report shows that Black lives don’t matter in the South American country.
The crisis of fatal violence against Afro-descendents in Brazil that sees one Black youth killed every 23 minutes in what some have called an “undeclared civil war,” according to a new Senate committee report announced on Monday, is leading experts to raise alarm over a “genocide” suffered by young Black people in the South American country.

Making American Great Again! Teens Cleanup Their Hood

When he learned why, he started filming

Several youth from Butler, Ga., are gaining praise after they appeared in a viral video showing them picking up garbage around their neighborhood.
A official from Butler city hall confirmed the story, and the video has been shared more than 108,000 times since Sunday.

UNBOUND

by Phil McCullough

WE CANNOT AFFORD TO LET THIS GREAT COUNTRY of America forget about how this country was founded.

Its strengths and unity and even its test of failure has taught all of us a lesson to trust and build a relationship amongst ourselves. We have come a long ways with test and