Archives for January 2018

Video Extra #6 >>> Eddie Murphy Does The Greatest Tracy Morgan Impression

Eddie Murphy Does The Greatest Tracy Morgan Impression

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Hear Carrie Underwood, Ludacris’ New Super Bowl Anthem ‘The Champion’

Collaboration will open Super Bowl LII and figure into NBC’s Winter Olympics coverage

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The most recent radio single to feature Carrie Underwood’s voice was “The Fighter,” a 2017 collaboration with Keith Urban that grafted a message of loving encouragement and support onto sleek electronic production. Underwood adopts a more victorious stance in “The Champion,” a new song recorded for Super Bowl LII and featuring a guest verse from rapper Ludacris. Read More

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Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake Team on Jay Rock’s ‘King’s Dead’

Song to appear on ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack

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Kendrick Lamar, who is helming Black Panther: The Album alongside TDE’s Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith, teams up with TDE labelmate Jay Rock for a new song from the soundtrack, “King’s Dead.” The new tune also features Future and James Blake. Read More

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Video Extra #5 >>> Playboi Carti & Yung Bans: ‘Butterfly Coupe’

Playboi Carti & Yung Bans: ‘Butterfly Coupe’

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Video Extra #4 >>> Supporters of ‘Handcuffed Teacher’ Rally in La.

Supporters of ‘Handcuffed Teacher’ Rally in La.

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Video Extra #3 >>> Lord Finesse Ft. Big L: ‘Food for Thought’

Lord Finesse Ft. Big L: ‘Food for Thought’

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Clifford “T.I.” Harris Joins Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Official Transition Team

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Atlanta, GA. – {Via WSBTV} Atlanta’s new Mayor Keisha Bottoms announced Thursday a transition team that will include local rappers, CEOs and educators. Read More

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8 Ways People of Color are Tokenized in Nonprofits

By Helen Kim Ho

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There’s a type of racism in the workplace many of us have personally witnessed, perpetrated or experienced: tokenism. Nowhere have I seen this play out more than in the nonprofit space.  Tokenism is, simply, covert racism. Racism requires those in power to maintain their privilege by exercising social, economic and/or political muscle against people of color (POC). Tokenism achieves the same while giving those in power the appearance of being non-racist and even champions of diversity because they recruit and use People Of Color as racialized props.  But how can a sector dedicated to the common good fail at being the most diverse, safe and woke-est place imaginable? Read More

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