Today I am happy to add another relative in celebrating ” Black History Month”

#BLACKHISTORY In 1966 Lesia Pittman was 1 of 2 black kids selected to be the 1st students to integrate Tarboro City school system.They wasnt put in the same classes together they had to get a physical and be taking to the dentist before going to school at NORTH TARBORO(Stocks) they was bussed from W A Pattillo School in East Tarboro to NORTH TARBORO for a year before other black kids also was able to attend Tarboro CIty schools!!!,.


“Fla. Teen Charged with Impersonating a Doctor”


Associated Press

18-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson was released from the Palm Beach County jail Wednesday on $21,000 bond on charges of practicing medicine without a license, fraud and grand theft.

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“I Hate Black History Month” (Quemela Response @flight23white

Published Feb 6, 2016

Quemela thoughts to  @flight23white  about this video

After seeing this video, I just had to dish out some knowledge to you my young brotha.

She don’t understand what”Black History Month” is about. She’s looking at it as a racial thing. Maybe she was taught the wrong meaning of “Black History Month” by her parents.

Many of you young folks don’t understand that “Black Negro Month was created in 1926 to celebrate the success of Black People so they can be proud of their achievements and success. Then in 1976 it was changed to “Black History Month”

Now somewhere over centuries and years and along the way, someone decided to make ” Black History Month a racial thing. White folks always complaining about what Blacks have and don’t want them to come up, but that’s only to keep our Black Children down where they won’t be able to learn.

But just know and remember my young brotha, our Ancestors slaved hard and fought for not only their rights and success but ours too.

BUT!!! She’s right about one thing, We are not the Minority.
In my opinion we never were.  Wish all blacks understood that, but some don’t and some live in fear every day.

Don’t let folks throw you off my brotha. It has nothing to do with racism, but everything to do with KNOWLEDGE!!! ALSO We’re not the Minority and have never been. Keep that in mind always!!!


Btw love your shows and channels.
Keep up the great work.

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“Update-3 Black Women Lied About Racist Attack On CDTA Bus”



Published on Feb 8, 2016

We are updating the story from last week, 3 black women that attend the Univ of Albany claimed they were jumped on a bus by 12 racist white people. Video from the bus and other witnesses prove that they lied.

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“Flint City Government Takes Homes From Residents That Can’t Pay For Poisoned Water Supply”



Published on Feb 8, 2016

A Flint resident gives her account on how the city government is taking homes from residents that were poisoned with lead contaminated drinking water. No criminal charges have been filed on any government official.

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“Blessed and Cursed”

Family obligations jeopardize the aspirations of a psalmist (Deitrick Haddon) who dreams of becoming a gospel

Initial release: 2010
Director: Joel Kapity
Initial DVD release: July 27, 2010


Deitrick Vaughn Haddon (born May 17, 1973) is a Gospel singer, songwriter, music producer, pastor, and actor. He is best known for progressive gospel, and contemporary styles of music.

He is also one of the cast members in Oxygen’s reality television show Preachers of L.A..

Haddon launched his solo career as a Christian R&B vocalist with the Lost & Found on Tyscot/Verity in 2002. The set peaked at #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Charts[1] and received wide critical acclaim and spawned the hit “Sinner’s Prayer” which received heavy spins on gospel and mainstream R&B radio stations.[2]

The 70’s-leaning Crossroads followed in 2004, led off by the upbeat single “God Is Good”. In an uncharacteristic move for marketing a gospel album, Detrick made an appearance on the long-running syndicated series Soul Trainperforming the single as well as the title track from the album.[3]

Haddon appeared to be pushing his Gospel artistry further into the ranks of mainstream venues with 7 Days, released October 10, 2006. 7 Days was produced almost entirely by R&B producers Tim & Bob[4] Balancing out the contemporary bulk of the album is the traditional gospel flavored lead single “Heaven Knows” which Deitrick produced himself.

Haddon and his brother Gerald also produced the comeback album Brand New Day for veteran gospel vocalist Vanessa Bell Armstrong. Deitrick Haddon & Voices Of Unity’s Live The Life won Gospel Music Workshop of AmericaExcellence Awards for “New Artist of the Year—Urban Contemporary” and “Album of the Year—Urban Contemporary”.

On September 2, 2008, Deitrick Haddon released another album called “Revealed”. This album includes the popular single, “Love Him Like I Do” (featuring Mary Mary and Ruben Studdard). On July 27, 2010 Haddon made his film debut in a movie released directly to DVD called “Blessed and Cursed.”

On January 25, 2011 Deitrick Haddon released the much anticipated “Church On The Moon”, his fifth album with Verity Records. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboards Top Gospel charts and #65 on the Billboard 200.

Haddon is currently part of the cast of the reality television show Preachers of L.A., which chronicles the lives of six Los Angeles preachers, including Haddon. The show began airing on October 9, 2013 and currently airs on the Oxygennetwork in the United States.

His first marriage to Damita Haddon of 15 years ended in divorce in 2011. He is currently married to Dominique McTyer-Haddon and the couple are the parents of daughters born in 2011 and 2014, and they have a son born in late 2015


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