A few mornings ago I was heading to work and I looked down at my phone reviewing over names of friends I hadn’t spoken to in months. I’m lying… I looked at my gchat and looked at several girls that over the years I had fallen out of touch with because they only like talking […]
Here are the top news headlines that may interest you for Monday, April 29th, 2013. Read, be informed, discuss, and prosper.
Today was a historic day for Black History and the Civil Rights Movement. Rosa Parks, the Mother of the Civil Rights Movement, was commemorated by President Obama. The President unveiled a full length statue of Rosa Parks at Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol, which is featured below:
What’s Up #SBMFam? There was a photo challenge floating around the web that seemed pretty interesting. So in honor of Black History Month, we’re posting a picture a day on the SingleBlackMale Facebook page. This would be a great time to join the page, like/share photos, and get friends to check out SBM, your source […]
Original Intent In 1856, the new Republican Party fielded its first Presidential candidate in Senator John C. Fremont of California. Fremont would go on to lose to Democratic nominee James Buchanan as we all learned from our American history classes. However, that election was a wake up call that allowed the Republicans to eventually capture […]
I remember dating this girl a few years ago that clearly wasn’t my type. Let me be a little more honest. That chick was hood. It didn’t matter that she went to college or that she was a Delta. She was the type that probably used to carry razors in her mouth and beat up […]