8 Possible Titles for Rachel Dolezal’s Upcoming Documentary

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Just when we thought Rachel Dolezal had made her home somewhere in a small (mostly Black, of course) neighborhood on the outskirts of some city, making a living by braiding hair and doing sew-ins, never to be heard from again, she pops up on the campus of Howard University. And of ALL things, she’s filming a movie.

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Feature Friday: Meet Terrell P

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Some people just have “it.” You can’t buy “it.” You can’t rent “it.” It’s a natural, God-given, innate thing that some people have and the rest of us just don’t. And that’s OK. Everything isn’t for everybody. But this brother right here, he’s one of the lucky ones. Meet Terrell P.

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Howard University Student Assaulted By DC Police

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I’ve just about had enough. I’m truly over talking about this sh*t. Another day, another innocent Black person assaulted by the police. Today, a Howard student by the name of Jason was assaulted by D.C. police at a Citi Bank in SE.

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Taraji P Henson Covers Allure Magazine and Is Giving These Teenie Boppers a Run for Their Money

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I mean, we’ve always known Taraji P. Henson was sexy. When she was introduced to us in the classic film Baby Boy as the no nonsense, dangerously in love “Yvette”, we all knew she had that “it” factor. But it seems like recently, with her newest role as Empire’s “Cookie”, she’s been getting a lot more attention, and people are starting to recognize exactly just how FINE she really is.

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Breaking News: Howard Middle Students Protest Teachers Being Fired for Teaching Black History

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From NBC 4 Washington:

Three social studies teachers at a D.C. public charter school were fired for teaching black history lessons beyond what’s in the curriculum, students’ parents told News4.

“It’s about the history of who we are and where we came from,” said Michelle Payne, whose son is in the eighth grade at Howard University Middle School of Math and Science.

Parents say it is unacceptable for a school located on the campus of a historically black university to stifle African-American history lessons.

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