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    Black Entertainment : RIP Phife Dawg

    in my opinion a tribe called quest the group he was in was the greatest hip hop group of all time. if u get a chance to listen to them please do u won't be disappointed.
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    Black Entertainment : RIP Phife Dawg

    don't know if someone made a post about this but i'll figure I would. Malik Izaak Taylor (November 20, 1970 – March 22, 2016), better known by his stage name Phife Dawg (or simply Phife), was an American rapper and a member of the group A Tribe Called Quest with high school classmates Q-Tip and...
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    Black People : Hip Hop: A blessing or a curse?

    i agree to a certain extent because a lot of negativity is glorified in todays hip-hop but to say brothers are out breaking laws & destroying their communities because of what they listen too is incorrect I can only speak for myself I didn't start living a lifestyle that was other than myself...
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    Black People : Hip Hop: A blessing or a curse?

    u can't blame "gangsta rap" 95% of it is exaggerated its no different from watching wrestling or your favorite action movie. you have gangsta rap because u have an audience that relates to it or is entertained by it. look at this years rap grammy nominations nicki minaj, drake, common, big sean...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : Everything revolves around Black Women

    wisdom before knowledge leads to misunderstandings which is like going through hell
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    Nation of Gods and Earths : Peace...

    I come in the name of Messiah Beloved Allah I'm a 25 year young Puerto Rican male who grew up in Brooklyn, NY & around NYC I use engage in behavior that wasn't smart for himself, my people, & my community. I've sold drugs for most of my life & the only thing I have to show from it now is 2 1/2...
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    Nation of Gods and Earths : Allah's Born Day

    as we should since im stuck in a halfway house im gonna use this day to study my degrees & review my history like I would any other day.
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    Nation of Gods and Earths : Allah's Born Day

    peace, yes its important to celebrate Allah's physical degree day because he's the one who manifested this great nation through his 3rd eye peace to Allah
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    Black Poetry : A Poem for todays Honor day.

    I don't usually do this but since today is Allah's Born Day an honor day among the Nation of Gods & Earths I figured drop something real quick My teacher Orisis hit me up on the jack like peace messiah you know u got to teach through your speech to take 'em higher we made it through the fire...
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    Nation of Gods and Earths : Allah's Born Day

    Allah was born Clarence Edward Smith on February 22, 1928 he is known for founding the Five-Percent Nation, a group that split from the Nation of Islam (NOI). He was born in Virginia, and moved to New York City as a young man before serving in the United States Army during the Korean War. After...
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    Nation of Gods and Earths : Introduction Thread

    will do. hope your enjoying todays honor day beloved keep building peace.
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    Black People : Hip Hop: A blessing or a curse?

    I agree all the way but they are artist out there that embrace the way hip hop use to be .... artist such as Kendrick lamar, j. cole, lupe fiasco, jay electronica, joey bada$$, wale, etc.
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    Black People : Hip Hop: A blessing or a curse?

    you can't blame hip-hop for the problems in our communities all hip-hop does is shine a light on whats going on. Hip-hop is a reflection of America mostly the "inner-city" some of these rappers came from nothing & give back to the same communities they came from but the media portrays these...
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    Black People Politics : Hispanic Racism And Other Forms Go Unreported

    the problem with my so "Hispanic" brothers is most of them don't consider themselves "black" some know they are & still choose to be on some BS very few know who they are & choose to embrace it like myself. since coming into the realization of who I am I get into debates with my fellow...
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