Clutch Magazine

V.O.T.D — A Pep Talk From Kid President

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I love this kid. I just want to tuck him in my pocket and carry him around all day.  In his newest video, Kid President offers the world a pep talk, because it’s definitely something that could do the world some good. In an effort...

Henry Louis Gates Explores 5 Centuries Of Black History In PBS Doc

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Author, Harvard scholar, social critic and filmmaker, Henry Louis Gates has a new documentary hitting the PBS airwaves on Oct. 22.  Gates said his goal in making “The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross” was to provide a comprehensive story of African Americans dating from...

Detroit Pastor Resigned After She Revealed Same-Sex Marriage

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Earlier this year, in March, Bishop Allyson D. Nelson Abrams, of Zion Progress Baptist Church in Detroit  and Bishop Emeritus Diana Williams of the Imani Temple of the African-American Catholic Congregation in Washington, D.C, exchanged wedding vows in Iowa. For more than five years, Abrams served as pastor of...

Disgruntled Grambling Football Players Air Their Grievances

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Student athletes have it bad, and from the looks of the grievances documented by Grambling State football players, they’re quite valid. Last Friday, players decided not to travel for the Tigers’ game at Jackson State this Saturday, according to the Gramblinite.  On top of the firing of...

Will the Celebrity Self-Help Book Trend Ever Die?

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When I tried to start the mock advice column, “Dear Mikey,” it came from a sincere place. That place was, “What in the hell is wrong with people and why do they think Steve Harvey and Tyrese can fix it?” Not to say anecdotal evidence doesn’t have...