Online Magazine For Black Men
U.S. and Around the World
From time to time, things that happen outside of our neighborhoods need to be explored. We look for and chronicle pertinent social events from within the U.S. and around the globe. Whether those stories affect African-American men, our communities, or blacks across the diaspora, we keep you informed by posting stories that relate to you.
Kellogg Foundation Addresses Racial Inequities
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation launched its next step in pursuit of racial equity for the nation, an unprecedented ...
The MediCaid Mason-Dixon Line
There's a new Mason-Dixon Line being drawn in our country - and it runs right through Medicaid, one of the country's most important health...
"Yes, We Can?"
Yes, the Republicans hurt their brand by recklessly risking default on America's debt obligations they helped create with tax cuts for the rich...
Food Network Drops Paula Deen After Her Use of N-Word
Paula Deen--the Savannah, GA kitchen celebrity cook--has been embroiled in controversy after court documents revealed her use of the N-word.
Reclaiming the Narrative: A Key Step in Eradicating Racism in America
Every day, newspapers, mainstream media outlets and and Internet routinely runs stories demonstrating that racism and the centuries-old racial hierarchy still exist in America.
The Legend of Lincoln Unchained
While Django Unchained is stirring controversy, Steven Spielberg's movie Lincoln, has unchained the Legend of Lincoln to new mythic heights, without due challenge.
Literature Can Help Bridge America's Racial Divide
As America re-elected President Obama, it sent a comforting and positive message about our society, a message of progress in racial healing.
Standing Up to Domestic Abuse
Domestic abuse is a serious, preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans. On average, approximately 22 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence ...
Bias Lingers in "Post-Racial" Society
Most people are unfamiliar with the term "structural racism," but it continues to run rampant ...
Black Counties Have Highest Food Costs and Insecurity
According to USDA data, people struggling with hunger estimate they would need about $56 more each month on average to address the shortages in their food budget ...
Teen Marijuana Use Rises
A recent report by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) says marijuana use increased among eighth-graders, and daily marijuana use increased significantly ...
The State of Affirmative Action in America
The American Association for Affirmative Action Notes EEOC Received More Than 90,000 Employment Discrimination Complaints Last Year...
The Un-Abolishable N-Word
Recent inflammatory rants by conservative talk radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger and actor Mel Gibson have prompted Americans to revisit a topic few want to talk about...
The Wealth Gap Between Blacks and Whites
In an address to Members of Congress and participants attending a Congressional Black Caucus meeting, Robert L. Johnson, founder and chairman of The RLJ Companies...
Building The Dream One Dollar At A Time
Construction has been delayed several times over the past few years on what will someday be a historical Mecca for many Americans...
Healthcare - A Civil Right In America
By getting the landmark legislation enacted, President Obama has transformed his presidency and ushered in fundamental changes to America's...
Privacy Is Just A Word
The world has changed over the past few years. Your personal information is captured, stored, and disseminated in several ways, and it's ...
Are Afro-Centricity and Kwanzaa Racist?
Kwanzaa celebrations seem to be an enigma to many blacks, and some feel that they have a legitimate cause or concern for disregarding ...
Prisons vs. Education: What's Wrong With This Picture
When is this country going to face the reality that a major solution to our economic crisis is right in our own communities? ...
The Long Journey: Risk and Reward
When I was in graduate school I wrote extensively about slave narratives -- documented oral histories of enslaved Africans -- mostly recorded ...
Racism In America: Alive and Well
Racism in the U.S. thrives through two predominant means: the interaction and subsequent clash of cultural ways, and ...
Teen Births Drop, But Black Males Still Need Guidance
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released a report stating that teen births fell to its lowest ...
Theft of Soldier Records Causes Concern
The psychological and emotional effects of fighting a deadly war is an experience most Americans will never understand. U.S. soldiers in Iraq ...
Race Relations Between Blacks And Whites In America
The state of relations between Blacks and Whites in the U.S. still suffers greatly, and a lack of recognition and understanding by the public and the ...
Get Mybrotha.COM Newsletters
Enter your e-mail address to start receiving the Mybrotha.COM Newsletter
How long will it be before autonomous vehicles, drone deliveries, and augmented reality are a part of daily life?
2-3 years
5-7 years
8-10 years
15+ years
Those things will never become part of daily life.
View Results
Enter Keyword(s):
Enter a City:  

Select a State:

Select a Category:

About Mybrotha.COM  |  Contact Us  |  News  |  Articles  |  Relationships  |  Health  |  Lifestyle  |  Entertainment
Business  |  Jobs & Careers  |  Coupons  |  Quizzes  |  SpotLight  |  Message Boards  |  Sitemap  |  Search
Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy | Media Kit | Affiliates
© Copyright 2002 - 2015 Mybrotha.COM   All Rights Reserved
No portion of this site may be copied without the express written consent of Mybrotha.COM