The Deadly Orlando Massacre-Why We Are Uncomfortable With the Real Motive Behind the Shooting

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50 people were killed in an Orlando, FL nightclub over the weekend. Pulse, a well known gay club in the area was the target of a mass shooting carried out by 29-year-old Omar Mateen. While 53 more people remain hospitalized, and in critical condition, Americans have found themselves in a peculiar position-trying to figure out where to place the blame.

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Stacey Dash Says We Don’t Need Black History Month & the Oscars Isn’t Too White-10 Staceys and Dashes Better Than Her

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 30: Actress Stacey Dash attends the premiere of Lionsgate Films' "America" at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on June 30, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Black History month is around the corner, and somebody left the gate open. Somehow, Stacey Dash has gotten herĀ gag order lifted, and she’s back on television to troll us. In her latest rant, Dash insisted that Black history month was unnecessary and that Black people are being racist when we have things like the BET Awards. After I rolled my eyes as far back in my head as they would go, I re-adjusted them and watched her make a complete ass of herself on “Fox and Friends.” Check it out below.

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6 People We Can Trade in the 2016 Racial Draft

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Who’s up for some trading? I am! Over the last year, a lot has happened. And the truth is, a lot of these unfortunate (AND fortunate) events have brought out a lot of people’s true colors. Whether it be your Facebook friends, your real life friends, or your favorite celebrities, thanks to social media, we have access to EVERYBODY’S thoughts on a regular basis…and sometimes, that can be really annoying.

One thing that’s annoyed me to no end is seeing some of my favorite Black celebrities make complete and utter fools out of themselves, turning their backs on the Black community, making comments on national TV and via Twitter that they really should reconsider. So I’ve decided that there are 6 Black people that I’d like to trade in exchange for 6 White folk. Here’s who I’ve chosen:

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“Black” Isn’t a Dirty Word

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Black. What do you think of when you hear the word? Naturally, I assume that answer really depends on who you are. Of course, I have my own feelings about the word “Black.” But before I tell you what Black means to me, let me share some definitions from Dictionary.com:

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