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Obama The Fake Malcolm X – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - President Barack Obama made quite a splash at a 2016 Congressional Black Caucus dinner. News reports say Obama gave his most fiery Presidential speech ever as he tried to fire up some political puppets before the upcoming fall elections. I say puppets because even if the President didn’t say a mumbling word, Black elected officials would probably vote for every Democrat anyway.

Are Black Politicians Becoming Irrelevant?

AFRICANGLOBE - This past weekend, the Congressional Black Caucus hosted its annual weekend extravaganza that included expensive dinners and lavish partying. Yet, Black politicians in the present day are standing by as the GOP and its right-wing zealots run amok in cahoots with local and state police departments.

Ray Nagin, Former New Orleans Mayor, Begins Serving 10-Year Sentence

AFRICANGLOBE - Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who became a national figure in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, reported to federal prison Monday to begin serving a 10-year term for corruption that unfolded as the city sought to rebuild in the aftermath of the 2005 storm.

These Black Politicians Just Sold You Out, But You Don’t Even...

AFRICANGLOBE - When 10 members of the Congressional Black Caucus, who have all received thousands in campaign contributions from the telecom industry, recently signed a letter to the FCC attacking net neutrality, Color of Change quickly revved up its engines and shifted into attack mode.

Black Politicians All About the Dollar

Back in slavery days, there were hundreds of thousands – perhaps millions – of brave Black men and women that resisted the exploitation, the abuse and the oppression of the wicked enslaver. Those fearless men and women would constantly seek to live their lives as free citizens. They would plot and plan 24-7 to find ways to escape the plantation and go back to Africa or to just get the hell away from their devilish white captors. But their efforts and desires to change their lives and conditions oftentimes rested merely on a wing and a prayer.