Marc Lamont Hill

In the situation that won't leave us alone, actor and singer Jussie Smollett is still claiming he is innocent.

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill has carved out a career as one of the more visible CNN commentators in recent times and has been applauded for his strong views and stances. However, the network fired Hill after comments he made about Israel and Palestine rubbed his bosses the wrong way apparently.

Sheriff David Clarke, the bootlicking Black conservative who seemingly hates his own people, is back at it again with his shoe shine act. Mr. Clarke took offense to Dr. Marc Lamont Hill‘s “mediocre Negroes” quip on CNN Monday night and went on Twitter to call the media personality a “jigaboo.”

Marc Lamont Hill might be the hero we all need in this trying times leading up to the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump. The frequent CNN panelist appeared on the network in a heated discussion about Trump’s meeting with Steve Harvey, calling the mogul’s invitation to Black entertainers as a rollout of “mediocre Negroes.”

The truth is coming out about how cops, and ex-cops, really feel about the Black people they are allegedly sworn to protect. On Monday (July 11), former NYPD detective Harry Houck said on national TV that Blacks are “prone to criminality” and that they should essentially stop blaming the police for their struggle.

Professor and talk show host Marc Lamont Hill was a guest on CNN‘s Erin Burnett Out Front Tuesday night (April 21), this time squaring off against former NYPD detective Harry Houck. The pair got into it as they were discussing the curious death of Baltimore man Freddie Gray while he was in police custody, sparking Hill […]

The Five Percent Nation, or more correctly, the Nation Of Gods and Earths, has surfaced in the news lately on the heels of Jay Z wearing the group’s flag on a pendant. Lord Jamar, a vocal member of the group, says that New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony may have ties to the Nation of […]

As one of Hollywood’s most celebrated power couples, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith get loads of attention. Over the course of their 16-year union, rumors of an open marriage have persisted. Pinkett Smith opened up about the murmurs regarding her relationship yesterday (April 4), sparking even more discussion about the supposed arrangement.

 Talib Kweli isn’t one to mince words. The Brooklyn wordsmith took a bold stance Monday (April 1) to address the still-brewing controversy over Rick Ross’ questionable “U.O.E.N.O.” lyric. Although Rozay apologized last week, Kweli isn’t impressed with the effort.