Christian Evangelist: Joel Osteen The Comfort Zone Con Man.

You are here: Home / Christian Talk / Christian Evangelist: Joel Osteen The Comfort Zone Con Man. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) Mr. Smiley man “I’m OK and you’re OK” Joel Osteen. Pastor of over 40,000 members and heard by over 20 million people each month while being televised in over 100 countries. So he must be right – wrong. A man who seems so nice that people hardly ever examine his lifestyle, if it is Christ-like or materialistic, who and what he promotes, if the…

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Don’t Take “Black Men Don’t Cheat” Seriously.

You are here: Home / News / Don’t Take “Black Men Don’t Cheat” Seriously. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) “Black Men Don’t Cheat”. I’m not going to say “But it’s true, isn’t?” since that tends to get some side eye from women who know better. The rest know that it’s a sh**s and giggles but I’m always weak when some take it seriously. Why? Because Sometimes Men Cheat Sometimes. A soft sometimes. You know who makes it hard on those of us who don’t cheat—or those…

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’Bama Senators Vote to Ban Virtually All Abortions in the State in Hopes of Setting Up a Supreme Court Fight Over Roe v. Wade [Updated]

Photo: iStock Updated: Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 11:55 p.m. EDT: The GOP-majority Alabama Senate Tuesday passed the nation’s most restrictive abortion ban, outlawing the procedure in all cases, except in instances of a “serious” risk to the mother, the Associated Press reports. An amendment to add an exception to allow abortions in cases of rape or incest failed by a vote of 22 against, 11 for. The new legislation, expected to be signed by Alabama’s GOP governor, could go into effect in six months. Advertisement Doctors or medical providers convicted…

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Cameroon: UN Warns Crisis in Anglophone Cameroon Worsening

Photo: HCR/ Simi Vijay William Ajili, 70 ans, partage la nourriture que lui et sa famille ont avec la famille de réfugiés camerounais qu’il héberge dans sa maison au Nigeria. La famille a fui les répressions et les violences en cours au Cameroun anglophone. By Margaret Besheer The U.N. warned Monday that Cameroon has become one of the fastest-growing displacement crises in Africa, and that the security and humanitarian situations are deteriorating and risk spiraling out of control. “Last year, 160,000 people were estimated to need humanitarian assistance in the…

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Not Right, But The Left’s Obsession with Race.

You are here: Home / News / Not Right, But The Left’s Obsession with Race. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) There was a time when people aspired to a world where race was an afterthought. It was always a tough slog, but we’d moved closer and closer over time. Then something funny happened – a political party realized they could benefit from division and that unity was bad for business. Unity would require a debate on issues and their merits, which was one they had been…

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Digital Du Bois

Plate 1 of W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Georgia Negro: A Social Study The publication of W.E.B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America gives new meaning to Du Bois’s famous sentence from The Souls of Black Folk: “The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-line.” The quote appears as an epigraph to this collection of colorful data portraits originally featured in the American Negro Exhibit at the Exposition Universelle, the Paris World Fair of 1900. Editors Whitney Battle-Baptiste and Britt Rusert (both professors at the University…

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The midnight train to Georgia might have to leave without me.

Most black folks in America consider Atlanta to be the place to be because of its level of hippness, culture, and educational and job opportunities. Most connected and upwardly mobile black folks would rather send their children to Spelman and Morehouse than to Harvard and Yale. Atlanta bills itself as “the city too busy to hate”, and if you visit The A you will see why. Atlanta has a problem, though, it is located in the state of Georgia. And while they might be too busy to hate in the city…

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Chevrolet Partners with America’s Black Publishers to Help HBCU Students Discover the Unexpected

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia NNPA President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. addresses the crowd at the 2017 Discover the Unexpected launch in Atlanta. Since 2016, General Motors Chevrolet brand and the National Newspaper Publishers Association(NNPA) have partnered to provide deserving HBCU students with the exciting opportunity to “Discover the Unexpected”about themselves and their communities via a journalism fellowship program. The Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship (DTU), now entering its fourth consecutive year, provides six HBCU students with scholarships ($10,000 each), stipends ($7,000 each), an eight-week fellowship…

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Ghana: Socialist Forum Condemns Attempt By U.S. to Topple Nicolas Maduro

The Accra Collective of the Socialist Forum of Ghana (SGF) has condemned the attempt by the United States of America and its surrogates to topple President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela. It said the US government has no right to intrude in the sovereign affairs of Venezuela. A statement signed in Accra by Bless B.K Tula, Convener Accra Collective and copied the Ghanaian Times said the Trump administration has no legitimate authority to impose its will on the people of Venezuela. “We are convinced beyond doubt that the recent coup attempt…

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South Sudan: U.S. Wants to See Movement Towards Unity Government

As an extension for the formation of a power-sharing government goes into effect, there are few signs of progress. The US ambassador Thomas Hushek tells DW the additional time should be used wisely. Earlier this week, regional mediating body IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) endorsed an agreement by the warring parties in South Sudan to delay the formation of a power-sharing government for a further six months. The original eight-month period is ending with little visible progress towards the implementation of key provisions of a peace deal agreed last September…

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