Enhancing Your Urban Experience
IF YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD THE SOUNDS OF NoTTy RaS..Heres Your Chance..People complain about the slackness in Lyrics in Hip Hop..
WELL SLAP THIS AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK..YOU HAVE TO LISTEN CAUSE THIS HAS NOTHIN TO DO WITH ALL DA HOES IN THE CLUB OR ME MAKIN IT RAIN!!!!
THIS IS A REMINDER OF JUST WHAT YOU DONT DO!! FEEDBACK IS WELL APPRECIATED...GOOD AND BAD!!
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Miles Davis....Is one of the key figures in the history of jazz, and his place in vanguard of that pantheon is secure. His induction as a performer into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a subtler and less obvious matter. Davis never played rock or rhythm & blues, though he experimented with funk grooves on 1972’s On the Corner and in some of his later bands. However, his work intrigued a sizable segment of rock’s more ambitious fans in…Continue
Added by NoTTy RaS on February 24, 2010 at 3:44pm — No Comments
I shook up the world!”
In the waning moments of Black History Month, it is important to remember a night 30 years ago when the Kid from Louisville, Kentucky stepped into a boxing ring in sweltering Miami, Florida and…Continue
Added by NoTTy RaS on February 22, 2010 at 2:28pm — No Comments
This a story my nephew made me aware of..I know we all wrapped in our daily lives but I think life would be easier if we remember our peoples tribulations and triumph.
Bessie Coleman was born in Atlanta, Texas, in eighteen ninety-two. Her mother was African American. Her father was part African American and part American Indian. Her family was poor. Bessie had to walk more than six kilometers to go to school. When she was nine years old, her…Continue
Added by NoTTy RaS on February 21, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments
We have come so far for our freedom of education,of speech,of simply eating where we want.And I think if a lot more of the youth knew about the fights and struggles,it may give them some more sense of care and morals for life.I dont just mean the struggles and bad either.Show them the good powerful facts as well.I think even we adults sometimes forget what our ancestors have done to allow us so many more oppurtunities.So this is a reminder of what the Little Rock Nine had to…Continue
Added by NoTTy RaS on February 19, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Hello all. I go by the name of Jay Moore and I am an artist from Buffalo Ny. What I have the pleasure of inviting you to is the release of my first solo project The Making of a Legend Vol.1 - The Emotion. This project explains to the world who I am as a man and as an artist. My trials, joys &lifeline has been scripted into 10 tracks of zone out music. I am inviting you all to take a listen and become a fan at… Continue
Added by J.Moore on February 16, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments
History is history..no matter what the situation is good or bad.The reason I share this is because its people like Emmett Tills family who had to suffer losing a loved one to violence.This situation also led to the beginning of the fight for our right to have an opinion..and walk in these states and do all things we have been able to indulge in these past years.One of the most important is being able to praise God.And this past weekend (if some didnt hear),there was a shooting in a church in…Continue
On March 6, 1857, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its decision in Scott v. Sanford, delivering a resounding victory to southern supporters of slavery and arousing the ire of northern abolitionists. During the 1830s, the owner of a slave named Dred Scott had taken him from the slave state of Missouri to the Wisconsin territory and Illinois, where slavery was outlawed, according to the terms of the Missouri Compromise of 1820. Upon his return to Missouri, Scott sued for his freedom on the…Continue
He was a Poet, writer, playwright. Born February 1, 1902 in Joplin, Missouri. After publishing his first poem, "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" (1921), he attended Columbia University (1921), but left after one year to work on a freighter, travelling to Africa, living in Paris and Rome, and supporting himself with odd jobs. After his poetry was promoted by Vachel Linday, he attended Lincoln University (1925), and while there his first book of poems, The Weary Blues (1926), launched his…Continue
"The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was founded in October, 1966, in Oakland, California by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. The name was shortened to the Black Panther Party (BPP) and it began spreading eastward through the Black urban ghetto colonies across country.
In the summer of '68, David Brothers established a BPP branch in Brooklyn, New York, and a few months later Lumumba Shakur set up a…Continue
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NOT ONLY DID MORTIMO LIVE BY HIS TEACHINGS AND BELIEF OF THE BACK TO AFRICA MOVEMENT HE LEFT THIS LIFE STILL BELIEVING AND LEADING THE YOUTH AND WORLD CLOSER TO OUR HOME.THOUGH KNOWN FOR BEING BOB MARLEY'S ORIGINAL GUIDENCE ELDER HE FILLED MANY WITH KNOWLEDGE AND LOVE OF THE MOST HIGH'S TEACHINGS.. MORTIMO PLANNO http://lnk.ms/5rpQg
Tennis, which first came to the United States in the late 19th century, by the middle of the 20th century had become part of a culture of health and fitness. Public programs brought tennis to children in poor neighborhoods, though those children couldn't dream of playing in the elite tennis clubs.
One young girl named Althea Gibson lived in Harlem in the 1930s and 1940s. Her family was on welfare. She was a client of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty…Continue
"My music will go on forever. Maybe it's a fool say that, but when me know facts me can say facts. My music will go on forever."
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