‘ICEBERG SLIM: PORTRAIT OF A PIMP’ ~ Sex for Sale Man Who Became a Best Selling Author

Robert Beck, also known as Iceberg Slim, is the man who started it all. He took black culture, wrote it down, with the help of his wife, and turned it into commercial success. Like many black artists, Slim didn’t receive…

The Bombing of West Philly

THE BOMBING In 1981, MOVE, a black civil rights group, relocated to a row house at 6221 Osage Avenue in the Cobbs Creek area of West Philadelphia. After the move, neighbors complained for years that MOVE members were broadcasting political…

The Native American Kids Who Got $200,000 for Graduating

The Ho-Chunk Nation are a Native American tribe that owns a string of casinos across Wisconsin. Ho-Chunk children get a share of casino profits once they’ve graduated and turned 18. It’s called their 18 Money. When they finish high school,…

President Barak Obama’s Eulogy at Charleston

President Barak Obama’s moving eulogy to a reverend and state senator who was gunned down on June 17th 2015 in the basement of his own church in Charleston, South Carolina, during a bible study.

The Art of the Black Panther Party

Emory Douglas was one of two African American students in his graphic design classes at San Francisco City College. It was there that he became involved in political activism, and by the late 1960s he was serving as the Revolutionary…

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