Archive for June, 2018

Under Surveillance: Face-Scanning Technology

The February 2018 National Geographic features an article entitled, “The New Big Brother.” This article, which is subtitled, “In our surveillance society, satellites, cameras, and phones are tracking us more than we eve imagined,” details the capabilities of face-scanning technology. The article reveals that CCTV (closed-circuit television) cameras contain face-scanning technology, and has the capability […]

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Black History Fact Of The Day: How Many MLK Jr. Streets Are In The U.S.?

According to National Geographic, there are at least 955 streets named after Martin Luther King Jr. in the United States. Other countries such as Germany, Haiti, and France also have street named after Martin Luther King Jr. Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“At worst, our cities- or those places in our cities where most of us fear to tread- are vessels for the darkest contradictions and most brutal competitions that underlie the way we actually live together, or fail to live together.” -David Simon Tweet

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Pic Of The Week

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Buy Black Purchase: Organic Hibiscus Tea

Purchased From Black Business: Anwaar Co. 354 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11217 Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“The problem is a system that inflicts inadequate schools, lack of clean water, and lack of jobs on the Black community, and police violence is a part of compelling us to accept second-class citizenship.” -Michael Bennett Tweet

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