(Video) Pulse Night Club Survivor Speaks On Why Omar Mateen Did Not Want To Target African Americans

A woman by the name of Patience Carter was one of the survivors in the Pulse night club shooting. She says that while she was in the bathroom, Omar Mateen asked if any of the people in there were African Americans. She was too afraid to speak. The man said that he did not want them to think this shooting was about African Americans because it wasn’t. He said they had already been through.

(Video) MLB: Chris Rock Wonders What Happened to African Americans in Baseball?

Throughout 2015, REAL SPORTS features segments spotlighting a different comedy star from the HBO family, who closes each show with a personal, unfiltered take on an element of sports.  This month on REAL SPORTS, longtime HBO favorite Chris Rock offers his take on African-Americans and baseball.

Racism In Hollywood? What’s Happening To The African Americans?

Even in 2013 racism is a major issue, so it’s no surprise that Hollywood – the business that calls the shunned, BLACK-listed – still puts color first. According to comedian Steve Harvey, “Hollywood is more racist than America is…And television should look entirely different.” In my opinion it’s because the way most African Americans are portrayed to think that in order make it in the Hollywood industry is to be cast on a reality show, get involved (physically) with an already established actor and/or musician OR to be a rapper. Let’s get past this. Drop down bottom to see what else veteran Steve Harvey had to say and then give me your opinion on the subject.

New Film Explores African-Americans’ Unhealthy “Soul Food” Habit!!!

The movie is going to examine how black cultural identity is linked to high-calorie, high-fat foods such as fried chicken and barbecued ribs and how eating habits may be changing. The creator of the film, Byron Hurt speaks on his father’s fight and eventual death from pancreatic cancer. A high-fat diet is a risk factor for the illness, according to researchers at Duke University in North Carolina.We all love our Sunday dinners, but we also must AT LEAST be enlightened on how certain foods can affect us in the long run. Russ B

Ice Cube Is Not A Fan Of Black Reality TV, Says “It’s Fake!”

In a recent interview, Ice Cube offers his opinion of the portrayal of African Americans in today’s popular reality shows. He has some very strong opinions. Read what he had to say after the jump. Gernique N

NBA: Magic Johnson Starts Network Targeting African Americans

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Earvin “Magic” Johnson is launching a basic cable television network targeting black viewers with positive, uplifting images of African Americans.

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