Coors Light Celebrates the 2015 HBCU Classics with $100,000 in Scholarships

CHICAGO – Recently, Coors Light recently wrapped up its 2015 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Classics season, following the SWAC Championship in Houston. The brand has invested in HBCUs for more than 25 years, supporting higher education, civic leadership and economic empowerment. Over the last seven years, Coors Light has donated more than $1…

Dissension in Our Ranks: The Case of Gay Black Males

The great comedian Chris Rock once stated that there was a Civil War occurring in Black America between “Black folk and Niggas” and the comedian humorously related that the latter group had to go. Within any society there are contentious battles between groups that usually boil down to matters of power; meaning who will have…

Before I lay it down: “It Only Takes the Actions of a Few Idiots to Destroy Your Entire Program…”

By now we’ve all seen the video of some white fraternity members from Oklahoma singing “You can hang them from a tree, but they’ll never sign with me, there’ll never be a nigger at SAE”. Because of this, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity has now been permanently banned, kicked out, evicted, and thrown off the campus…

Prairie View: MC Lyte

PRAIRIE VIEW – Prairie View A&M University showcased their first Black history program “Black Lives Matter” featuring New York’s legendary female rapper, MC Lyte. Unlike any other rapper, this jack-of-all-trades has swept the nation as the first female artist to receive a gold single, the first solo female rapper to be inducted on VH1’s Hip…

WHAT CRAZY LOOKS LIKE ON A NORMAL DAY:

HOW BLACKS CONTINUALLY LOSE AT THE HIGH-STAKES GAME OF LIFE The greatest analogy for the competition that groups engage in for politico economic resources and educational opportunities in America is to liken the process to a high stakes poker game with players of differing skills intentions and desires. Winning at this high-stakes game occurs when…