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Nipsey Hussle’s dreams were bigger than hip-hop | Los Angeles Times

Gerrick D. Kennedy, Los Angeles Times Ermias Davidson Asghedom aka Nipsey Hussle, December 2018 (Prince Williams/Wireimage), Featured Image banner of Nipsey Hussle is stretched across an exterior of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall. It has been there for most of the year and is easy to spot if you’re cruising down the uneven stretch of road that funnels Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard through Crenshaw Boulevard. On the placard, Hussle — looking fly in a black tracksuit and gold-rimmed shades, his hair tightly braided in precise cornrows — is gazing upward, hands clasped as if in prayer or plotting the […]

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I’m Not African American… I’m Black | Ebony

Shahida Muhammad , Ebony does it mean to be African American? This is a question that is quietly resurfacing in Black discourse, due to the fact that many of our people are rejecting the term as a means of identification. While African American still manages to be socially accepted, it seems many privately take issue with the term. I’ll admit, I’m one of those people. I have never truly felt connected to ‘African American,’ yet have never felt compelled to argue my standpoint publicly because our discussions on identity tend to be dividing and non-productive. However, I believe it’s a […]

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