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Video: Janay Rice says Atlantic City assault was first time Ray Rice hit her

Janay Rice said the her now-husband Ray Rice had never hit her before the assault in the elevator that changed the way that the world perceived the couple forever. She made the comments during an interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer Monday morning. 

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NAACP willing to forgive Donald Sterling for comments

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At a press conference Monday the NAACP said they were willing to work with Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling despite withdrawing an offer of a lifetime achievement award. Sterling is embattled in controversy after his girlfriend released audio of a taped conversation the two had where he can be heard making racist statements about […]

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Pastor dies while revealing affair in front of congregation

A Connecticut pastor died while talking to his congregation about an extra-marital affair he had. Bishop Bobby Davis, pastor of the Miracle Faith World Outreach Church, died as members yelled words of forgiveness at him for the act. He was 72. 

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Wife Makes Husband Confess To Cheating on Facebook

With the growing popularity and relevance on social media, it’s no surprise that parents are having their children post embarrassing photos of themselves with signs admitting their misbehavior.
A wife has now turned to that avenue.
When Sonya Gore found out that her husband Ivan Lewis had an affair, she had him publicly admit to the act of Facebook.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness: But Are We Truly Aware of Both??

So, I am sitting here trying to understand why during the month of October Breast Cancer Awareness gets more media attention and corporate sponsorship than Domestic Violence Awareness which is also remembered during the month of October. I know that most women have breast irrespective of their size, pigmentation, and function. And, I also know 1 […]

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“Ooh, I’m gonna tell My Daddy what you did”: My Father my Imagined Black Superhero, The Black Texan

What happened this week that made me imagine my father a superhero: This week, I went to the doctor to check on my blood pressure. A couple of weeks ago it was a tad bit above the normal rate and so my doctor wanted to monitor it. So, I scheduled an appointment to come in […]

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Forgiving Michael Vick

Last week in my hodgepodge, I mentioned that I needed Michael Vick to score at least 33 points to win my fantasy match-up (because I know you care).  Otherwise, I would look like an idiot for benching Tom Brady, who had already had an impressive day against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Well, Vick came through for […]

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On Chris Brown–or Something

It’s a federal holiday.  Which probably means most of you have not just settled into your cubicle to read my Monday morning message.  Not that anyone would actually be reading this if they were at work this morning, but at least I have a legitimate reason–and a federally recognized one–to be ignored.  Initially, I had […]

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