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Remembering the Harlem Renaissance

February 9th, 2012

In Honor of Black History month, HSK will daily highlight a person, place, or moment that was significant for the progress and development of American culture and values….


Harlem Renaissance, was the term used to describe a flowering of African-American literature and art in the 1920s, mainly in the Harlem district of New York City.

During the mass migration of African Americans from the rural agricultural South to the urban industrial North (1914–18), many who came to New York settled in Harlem, as did a good number of black New Yorkers moved from other areas of the city. Continue Reading…

It’s Official: Don Cornelius Death Ruled Suicide

February 9th, 2012

The Los Angeles coroners office has officially ruled the death of Don Cornelius’ as a suicide.

The ruling was announced Tuesday (February 7) by the agency, which determined the cause of the “Soul Train” creator’s death after conducting an autopsy on Cornelius’ body last Friday.

The Associated Press reports that foul play was quickly ruled out by police, who responded to the situation after Cornelius’ son alerted them after receiving a call from his father. Continue Reading…

Nate Dogg Estate Sued For Not Paying His Medical Bills

February 9th, 2012

Nate Dogg Lawsuit
The estate of hip-hop singer Nate Dogg is being sued for hundreds of thousand of dollars for medical bills that have gone unpaid.

Nate Dogg was moved into a CareMeridian treatment facility in 2008 rights after he suffered his second stroke. The center, which is dedicated to caring for patients who have suffered traumatic injuries, claims that the singers family never paid the bill. Continue Reading…

Judge Clarence Thomas Checks in for the 2012 Uncle Tom’s Cabin Retreat

February 8th, 2012

2012 Uncle Tom's Cabin

It’s day four at the cabin

Karl Rove is walking along with Mitt Romney towards Debra Lee, as Rove comments. “Debra you’ve arranged what could be the best BET Spring Break event ever, here on the cabin grounds. I love that Mitt and I are performing!” Debra smiled, and before she could respond Mitt Romney added his two cents. “I want an all black choir behind me when I sing ‘America The Beautiful’. I also want Cee Lo Green beside me, shaking a pink tambourine.” Rove smirked and chimed in. “Hey Mitt, have Cee Lo playing the piano, while dressed like Elton John…it will land you all the gay votes!

Meanwhile, Herman Cain is sitting with Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney. That’s when Donald looked to Herman Cain to address him. “Hey Herman, what’s troubling you?” Herman replied, “That rapper Coolio was trying to put two scoops of crack cocaine in my watermelon and chicken pizza, and I’m upset!” Cheney replied, “Coolio has drugs on the cabin grounds..,” Rumsfeld took a sip of his coffee and replied “The cabin grounds are expected to be packed with a lot of house Negroes this year. We’re gonna be over populated, so we need a lot of narcotics to keep our Negroes high! A huge prison compound and a good Negro hunt.” Herman said, “I’ve heard what both of you gentlemen have to say, but you both forgot to mention alcohol…Negroes love liquor and bass music! That’s exactly why we need Puffy down here.” Rumsfeld replied, “Herman you get Puffy, and I’ll get sheriff Joe Arpaio!Continue Reading…

Ask Jacky… Did Howard E. Rollins Die From Aids?

February 8th, 2012


Do you have any ideal how Howard Rollins died? Some people say aids, some say pneumonia. Did you ever meet him?


Jacky’s Answer Here

Daisy Bates: Life, Legacy and the American Dream

February 8th, 2012

In Honor of Black History month, HSK will daily highlight a person, place, or moment that was significant for the progress and development of American culture and values….

Henry Blair is one of those people.


Daisy Lee Gatson Bates (November 11, 1914 – November 4, 1999) was an American civil rights activist, publisher and writer who played a leading role in the Little Rock integration crisis of 1957.

Bates was raised by Orle and Susie Smith, whom she believed to be her birth parents for many years. In “The Death of my Mother,” Bates recounted learning as a child that her birth mother had been sexually assaulted and murdered by three local white men. Her father left the family shortly after her mother’s death and left her in the care of his closest friends. Continue Reading…

Shaq Ties the Knot with Hoopz?

February 7th, 2012

Shaq Hoopz  Marry
Word from the streets – Shaquille O’Neal has reportedly married to Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander. Now, Shaq could very well change his name to “Captain Save-a-Hoe.”

Don’t you agree?

I Agree With Elton John: Madonna Sucks!!!

February 7th, 2012

Most of us watched the Super Bowl game on Sunday and if you watched the game you saw the pop icon Madonna’s halftime show and guess what–Madonna’s performance was so weak that to  enhance her show Madge, invited her Jolly Negro friends to share the stage. Don’t believe me.. Ask Andy Lewis (he’s Madonna’s tightrope walker).

Madonna did what she does best, that’s lip syncing and when Cee Lo Green took to the stage I was like “what is this nicca doing” Dude looked like Missy Elliott in her video She’s a Bitch.

Nicki Minaj was there too but I forgot what she did. Know why? Because British pop star, and fake revolutionary, M.I.A. stole the show by giving the audience her middle finger. Continue Reading…

Ask Jacky.. Is 50 Cent Angry About Dr. Dre and Rick Ross?

February 7th, 2012

I’m hearing Dr Dre bought Rick Ross a watch for his birthday and 50 Cent must be pissed. Did you hear anything Jacky?

You got the best site mane.


Jacky’s Answer Here

Henry Blair – An African American Pioneer

February 7th, 2012

In Honor of Black History month, HSK will daily highlight a person, place, or moment that was significant for the progress and development of american culture and values….

Henry Blair is one of those people.


Henry Blair (1807–1860) was the second African American inventor to receive a patent.

Henry Blair was born in Glen Ross, Maryland, United States in 1807. His first invention was the Seed-Planter, patented October 14, 1834, which allowed farmers to plant more corn using less labor in a smaller amount of time. On August 31, 1836 he obtained a second patent for a cotton planter. This invention worked by splitting the ground with two shovel-like blades which were pulled along by a horse. A wheel-driven cylinder followed behind which dropped the seed into the newly plowed ground. Continue Reading…



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