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Mike Smiff gave you "I'll Break Yo Back", "Miami Jungle", "Dats Life", "Keep Sliden", & "No Otha Way". He's back with a new project #AllGasNoBrakes with his first single "Drills" featuring Chad, Ice Billion Berg & DJ Sam SneakMIKE SMIFF DRILLSMike Smiff is a native of Miami Florida. Artist, lyrics, poet, father, brother, uncle. Mike Smiff is a musician that prides himself on being of the people. He uses his platform to teach people to embrace their struggle, embrace the trials and tribulations that lives brings
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Remembering Gil Noble

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

GIL NOBLE of Like It Is Joins the Ancestors

                                          Gil Noble of Like It Is, Pioneering Black Journalist

The first time I saw Gil Noble I was a kid fresh out of college, having recently graduated from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. He was among the first African American TV reporters, and I thought then, as I do now, wow, that he was so very handsome, he should have been a male model (I later found out that h
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With the history of racism and discrimination in the U.S., black people have become very observant. These skills have become very honed and polished over the years due to inequalities in all aspects of life. This is a trait that has led to many a court case being brought to flush out racism, to the benefit of generations to come. Some people have tried to underestimate these observational skills by marginalizing them. This has spawned the phrase"playing the race card".
When black people point out
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I Won’t Ask And Please Don’t Tell

February 4, 2010Raynard JacksonLast week in the president’s State of the Union address, Obama reiterated his support for the total repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. This policy allows gays, lesbians and bisexuals to serve in the military as long as they don’t reveal their sexual preferences.Earlier this week the U.S. Senate held hearings on the issue. Secretary of Defense, Bob Gates and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen both supported its repeal. M
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