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EVERGREEN FUNKY CLIPS

EVERGREEN FUNKY CLIPS

Liken to my PSA blogs, “Evergreen Funky Clips,” will be videos regarding aspects of society that are Funked Up.  Best case scenario, a new day will dawn, however considering we have to address these issues…  Unfortunately despite the realization, while some issues will ideally cease to exist, little to nothing will be done about most of these atrocities.

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Stevie Wonder’s Grammy Honor – ‘Songs’ Back on the Road

Stevie Wonder’s Grammy Honor – ‘Songs’ Back on the Road

According to CBS’s website: 25-time Grammy Award winner Stevie Wonder will be honored in a star-studded musical primetime special “Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life — An All-Star GRAMMY Salute.” It airs on CBS next Monday, February 16th at 9pm/8pm central.

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48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

Let’s reminisce a little… I’m an O.G. (older gentleman) and as I recollect, I remember the 70s being my favorite decade, and I will tell you why. The music, the club scene, the dances, and so on – and I could just go on, and on. Why this particular time, rather than some others was more enjoyable to me personally, is easy to explain.

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Abraham, Martin & John – Freddie, Richard & Robin

Abraham, Martin & John – Freddie, Richard & Robin

Liken to three men who believed in equality, peace and respect for human life, three men brought joy, comic relief and hope to millions of people.  Three men assassinated for being committed to their beliefs will forever have their place in history, for living up to a standard that they believed everybody deserved.

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The UNIMAGINABLE FUNKIN’ MIND of Musa Tariq

The UNIMAGINABLE FUNKIN’ MIND of Musa Tariq

I’m always impressed when intellect and wealth meet humanity.  The initiatives and efforts of Bill and Melinda Gates in the realms of education, health, hunger and global economics are astounding.  Oprah Winfrey’s school in Africa for girls; how she’s put young men through college here in the United States; and her “Legends Ball” where she honored Coretta Scott King, Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and Ruby Dee, among others, before they left this earth will forever amaze me.

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