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BLACK BOX

The Cry of Jet Magazine

Posted May 28, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

As of next week, there will be no more Jet Magazine, that pint-sized publication that’s been a weekly best friend to the Black community since 1951. For there to no longer be a Jet is a watershed moment in contemporary African-American history.  There’s always been a Jet; for all African-Americans except senior citizens, there’s never […]

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Phenomenally, Maya Angelou was Every Woman

Posted June 5, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

    Dr. Maya Angelou April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014   Maya Angelou was a world-class lady whose life might have been the inspiration for Chaka Kahn’s song I’m Every Woman. Maya was every woman – that is, every Black woman living in her era, from 1928-2014. She lived a rich life, but […]

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The King Voice

Posted January 16, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

 *Featured image courtesy of popularresistance.org.   Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born some 85 years ago on January 15th. He lived a brief purposeful life.  Born in Atlanta, Georgia and assassinated in Memphis in 1968, he died at the too early age of 39. He transformed America and today we still live his effects. […]

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