Roland Martin is an American journalist, syndicated columnist, and author. He was born in Houston, Texas, and is the oldest of four children. Martin attended Texas A&M University, and later graduated from Jackson State University with a degree in mass communication. His caree...
From Africa to America
SVB Bank Collapses, Bitcoin Price Surges
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What Would Mansa Musa’s 2023 Net Worth Be?
Mansa Musa was (still has the record) the richest human being that ever lived. His wealth is almost incomparable to anyone alive – even the newest richest African, Elon Musk....
Zimbabwe Maybe Key to Solving Worldwide Lithium Shortage
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News & Trends
Don Lemon Frustrates Neil DeGrasse Tyson Live on Air
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Kamala Harris: Why Our Slow Human Evolution May Hold Her Back
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Black Americans Have More Spending Power Than Australia or Spain
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Bomani Jones Accurately Predicted the the Fall of Crypto
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Black billionaires & millionaires
Byron Allen $100 Million Estate: Most Expensive Black Owned Home in US
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Superfund Sites in Poor Black Neighborhoods in America: a Crime Against Humanity
In America, Superfund sites have been found in many poor black neighborhoods, raising significant questions about environmental justice. Superfund sites are locations that have bee...
Haiti 2010 and Portugal 1755: A Tale of Two Different Earthquakes
When we think of Haiti and Portugal a few cultural similarities pop into mind – both nations have rich traditions religious adherence and very s...
Culture movers & shapers
Black Entertainers Are Finally Understanding Their True Power
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Child Genius Challenges Astrophysicist Live on Air About the Big Bang Theory
It’s not everyday you’ll see a 9 year child try to stump the world’s most famous astrophysicist with a surprisingly smart question o...
The World’s Most Famous Scientist is a Puerto Rican American
Since the death of Stephen Hawking, Neil Degrasse Tyson has emerged as the most famous scientist alive. He is an astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, ...
The African Countries with the Most Pyramids
Pyramids are one of the most iconic structures in the world and have been around for thousands of years. While most of us think of the great pyramids ...
The Deadliest Person in History is Not Who Think it is
About a year ago Youtube channel Veritasium did a video on a man no one has ever heard about – a scientist – that is responsible for more ...
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