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Jul 30th

Tick Toks!

Tick Toks!Born in Lagos, Toks Olagundoye was raised not only in Nigeria but also in Switzerland and England. The exotic Nigerian-Norwegian beauty moved to the United States to attend Smith College where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
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Rebuild the Dream

Rebuild the DreamFor at least 30 years, the wealthy and privileged have been rigging the system to acquire more wealth and privilege. At this point, 400 families control more wealth than 180 million Americans…
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Public Enemy headlines old school hip-hop show at First Avenue; Monie Love, X-Clan also on the bill

Public Enemy headlines old school hip-hop show at First Avenue; Monie Love, X-Clan also on the billFor Chuck D, the poignant and charismatic front man for the revolutionary hip-hop group, Public Enemy, the rebel is still without a pause.
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VIP screening of Russ Parr's "The Undershepherd"

VIP screening of Russ Parr's Chris Dodd (Chairman of the MPAA) joined Jeff Friday (CEO of Film Life, Inc and Founder of the American Black Film Festival)
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Herschel and the Detainees

 Herschel and the DetaineesWhen Herschel and the Detainees take the stage in a venue, the whole pulse of the room intensifies.
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Whitney Houston shines as overprotective mom in remake of modern morality play

Whitney Houston shines as overprotective mom in remake of modern morality playEmma Anderson (Whitney Houston) didn't want her daughters to follow in her footsteps by having babies as teenagers while squandering their future in the futile pursuit of celebrity and bad boys who wouldn't treat them like ladies. That's why the overprotective single-mom feels fortunate to be able to raise them in a middle-class suburb of Detroit where she keeps them on the straight and narrow path via a steady diet of Christianity and high expectations.
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Color Her Cool

Color Her CoolSoledad O'Brien is the anchor for CNN morning show Starting Point and a special correspondent for CNN/U.S. Since joining the network in 2003, O'Brien has reported breaking news from around the globe and has produced award-winning, record-breaking and critically acclaimed documentaries on the most important stories facing the world today. In 2010, she wrote a critically-acclaimed memoir The Next Big Story: My Journey through the Land of Possibilities, which chronicles her biggest reporting moments and how her upbringing and background have influenced these experiences.
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