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Is the New MN Black Power, Non-Power?

Is the New MN Black Power, Non-Power?

By Don Allen – Senior Editorial Columnist – www.ourblacknews.com Don't start no stuff, won't be no stuff. (photo: Fair Use) It’s not every Friday night I get to take slow walk in the warehouse district of downtown Minneapolis. This night was rare. After having dinner with the family I was phoned for a meeting that I was told would [...]

Slaves in [SPACE]: The Twin Cities Bill Davis Syndrome

Bill Davis is not the first – and certainly not the last. The Davis Syndrome is ever present in the black community. By Don Allen, Publisher – Our Black News Minneapolis, Minn. - People ask me why do I write about black people and not about white people. The truth is I’m an equal opportunity blogger-investigate reporter…if you quack [...]

Honoring the life of Jamar Clark…Why?

Honoring the life of Jamar Clark…Why?

The worst part about crowds gathering for a cause is that MOST of them have only heard hearsay from someone that wants them to believe and listen to only X. The crowd doesn't know the facts, some don't care about the facts, and they just want a tag line to follow. If Blacks did some research they will discover that white people are not seeking [...]

Federal Judge Susan J. Dlott Subpoenas National NAACP President

Federal Judge Susan J. Dlott Subpoenas National NAACP President

NAACP leadership will have to talk now. Our Black News - Breaking News Federal Judge Susan J. Dlott has subpoenaed the National NAACP President Cornell William Brooks and the National NAACP Legal Counsel.  The hearing is tomorrow at 10:00 AM in Federal Court.  "The local NAACP election has been hijacked.  It is sad that the National [...]

Making Racism Work: There will always be House Ni**as

Making Racism Work: There will always be House Ni**as

Racial prejudice: “My Culture Made Me Do It” By Don Allen, Our Black News Before I begin, I would like to make three very important points in simple clarity. The first one being, I have no intention of moving back to Africa for some sense of moral or structural utopia where blacks work together side-by-side for the good of [...]