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Do You Know Where You’re Going To? by FeSaad Columnist Christopher B! The most prophetic and profound lyrics I’ve heard came from a movie called Mahogany: Starring Diana Ross and Billie Dee Williams. The lyrics goes as follows: Do you know where you’re going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? […]
I have a meeting at 2pm in downtown Atlanta with a company who wishes to invest in aproject that I created. I am quite excited and well prepared to present to them the fine particulars of the subject. I’m dressed to the nine in a tailored black suit, red power tie by Versace and a pair […]
Cissy Houston promises book publisher, Harper Collins candor regarding her daughter, the legendary singer Whitney Houston. With all of the outcries to allow Whitney to rest, some might think this is more of a sellout, to now offer to ‘tell all’ and provide all of the dirty details about the singers tumultuously life. However, consider this, if she doens’t […]
“Damn you’re fine as hell when you’re mad!… ..The way you do your lip….” As a woman, if you haven’t been told this or something similar yourself, then I’m sure you know someone who has. Well, it goes for men too. The fight between you and yours has reached peaked levels. Somewhere between highlighting his […]
In EPIC v. FTC, it took a judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia only three days to consider both sides’ arguments in EPIC v. FTC and rule, this afternoon, in favor of the Federal Trade Commission. The court ruled on EPIC’s quixotic effort to force the FTC to embrace EPIC’s viewpoint on whether Google’s forthcoming […]
Golf Celebrity Raj Jackson Will Make an Appearance at Grand Opening of the Swingers Club in Las Vegas on Thursday September 1, 2011 The Swingers Club is a one-of-its-kind bar that is coming to the brand new Plaza Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas. The Plaza Hotel just underwent a 35 million dollar make-over […]
According to Mediabistro, the seventeen year old teen reporter Bloomberg’s office, once said was Presidential Material has earned a prominent position with Huffington Post. Myles Miller, who covered President Obama during the inauguration has worked for CBS’ “Early Show,” and held various other coveted positions for someone in his age group. The New York Observer reports that there aren’t many […]
Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett to star in The Mountain Top. Jackson plays Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the mysterious Camae respectively, in the Broadway production of the new play, The Mountaintop, opposite Bassett. The play is written by Katori Hall, directed by Tony Award-nominee Kenny Leon (Fences, A Raisin in the Sun). […]
Bringing up the rear is sometimes a good thing as in Green’s compliment to “Lost in the Music” in which he harmonizes the wrap up with an enthralling melodic offering that leads listeners to a delicate and peaceful place. He performs the song with 15Five Entertainment label mates, Pharaoh, (Slugger Jones) 4-time Grammy nominee, Songwriter/Producer […]
OYP — or “Own Your Power,” the new slogan Oprah is highlighting in motivational seminars and on O Magazine has netted the media mogul a lawsuit. Entreprenuer Simone Kelly-Brown of Own Your Power Communications, Inc., alleges that Winfrey has indeed infringed, brazenly so, as the lawsuit states, on her trademark. Kelly alleges that Harpo’s “brazenly […]
Six people, including a mother and her four daughters, are accused of running a sex slave ring. Police say for three years the women sold underage teens for sex, and they now face felony criminal charges. What’s even more shocking is a friend of one of the suspects tells CBS13 she is seeing more women […]
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National and international support for California inmates who initiated a hunger strike to protest inhumane treatment has increased with urgency following reports of deteriorating health conditions. Inmates housed in the Security Housing Unit (SHU) at the super maximum Pelican Bay Prison have refused food for 19 days thus far, declaring that they were prepared to […]
John Boyd, president of the National Black Farmers Association, which represented black farmers in the Pigford settlement, called the criticism unfair.
WEEN is proud to announce that NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists) will honor WEEN co-founder & Chair, Valeisha Butterfield, with the Rising Star Award. Please see the invitation below or on www.weenonline.org to RSVP.