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The hottest new wave of music to come out of  Detroit,mi/Las Vegas Nv. Gorilla Gang consist of Mazi Montana ,BM Gizzle, Streetz Luciano. This trio has been solid for almost 10 yrs strong. They have deliver music to the world thru out the years with countless Mixtape's and singles with no signs of letting up. They raw real and gritty flow has caught the ears of a few labels and blogs as of late with their new ep "The foundation" on the way surely will be no disappointment. These three guys are so

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By Norma Holt | One has to know how the magic of words kicks in when religious officials say them. They can drop hammer blows on the vulnerable and compel the brain-washed victims of their methods to do their bidding. The message sinks home when one sees the effect of it through the practices of others, such as the black magic of Africa, which for all intents and purposes varies little from that of western style religions, particularly those of the Catholic Church.

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National Basketball (NBA) History

 by: Jena Luthovski


The history of what today is called the National Basketball Association (NBA) began in 1946. In 1946, it was called the Basketball Association of America (BAA). The league was mostly started by people who owned sports arenas in the United States, most importantly the Madison Square Garden in New York City. Earlier attempts had been made to start a league. There had been leagues like the American Basketball League and the National Basketball League. What made the BAA differ
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Civil Rights?

July 21, 2011


Raynard Jackson


As the two supposed premier civil rights groups gather this week and next for their annual conventions (the N.A.A.C.P and the National Urban League, respectively), I want to challenge their agendas and then pose a few questions for them to answer.


When civil rights are discussed in the media, you never have the reporter define what civil rights are?  When you see Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton described as civil rights leaders, what does that really mean?  Who made

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