South Carolina Rapper The Real 9 Shots shuns all the haters with his latest single "F U Thought"
If you put your mind to it, your dreams and aspirations will come true. Rap Artist "The Real 9 Shots” strives for a notable spot in the world of hip-hop. Born as Brandon Donaldson in Bamberg, South Carolina, the Denmark artist is surrounded by music on the radio and videos on BET and VH1 his entire life. It all begins at the age of seven when he starts rapping at one of his cousin’s birthday parties.
The first-ever mobile travel guide to S.C. African American cultural sites, the Green Book of South Carolina, has been launched by the South Carolina African American Heritage Commission, offering residents and visitors from around the world a user-friendly guide to discovering and celebrating enriching cultural experiences across the state at http://www.GreenBookofSC.com.
Research indicates that a majority of African Americans in the United States have ancestral connections to South Carolina, a
Open Letter to My Sisters and Brothers on the Aftermath of the Slaughter of Nine Members of the African American National Community in Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, South Carolina
I feel our pain because of the slaughter of our nine sisters and brothers by a white terrorist who carried out a failed military mission in an attempt to spark the start of a genocidal war against the African American population.
Yet in his failure and because of the results of his actions nine human beings went f
The Freedom Socialist Party joins millions of Americans in expressing our condolences to the families, friends and congregation of the nine killed in Charleston, South Carolina by white supremacist Dylann Roof. We join with the #BlackLivesMatter and #StandWithCharleston movements in calling for widespread actions to protest these deaths and the forces behind the carnage.
Mother Emanuel Church: a symbol of Black resistance
Amidst the gunfire at the Charleston church, a young Black girl lay still
By Raynard Jackson| On February 18, 2009, then U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder gave a Black History Month speech to the employees at the Department of Justice. He said in part, “Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards.”
I think the same thing can and should be said about our Republican candidates for president. These candidates are too busy listening