Al Sharpton

Fox Searchlight Pictures executives desperately looked around for a black savior to rescue Nate Parker’s slavery movie Birth of a Nation.

“I guess the only Black leader that Fox Searchlight could afford is Al Sharpton,” wrote “What About Our Daughters” founder Gina McCauley.

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Nate Parker

A street artist is plastering altered Birth of a Nation movie posters all over West Los Angeles, Ca.

The movie posters feature the slave film’s star Nate Parker with an American flag twisted into a noose around his neck. Under his image is the stylized word “Rapist” with a question mark next to it.

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Nate Parker

Hollywood’s latest Slave film “The Birth of a Nation” is a cause célèbre for those who are anxious to make up for shutting out black actors at last year’s Oscar Awards.

“The Birth of a Nation” is a fictional retelling of the Nat Turner Rebellion in which slaves rose up against their white oppressors.

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Cam Newton

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is under fire for saying America is “beyond racism”.

Newton made the controversial remarks in his cover interview for the latest edition of GQ magazine.

The 27-year-old father-of-one, who is dressed as fictional superhero Superman for the cover, discussed why he believes he is the most hated man in NFL football.

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Barack Obama

By now you’ve probably heard about the clandestine shipment of $400 MILLION in cash that Obama sent to Iran for the release of 4 Muslim Americans.

Obama administration spokesman Josh Earnest was grilled by the press corps for 20 minutes about the shipment of $400 million in cash to Iran under the cover of night.

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Wendy Williams

Former shock jock Wendy Williams was stunned at the backlash to her statement on the NAACP and HBCUs. The talk show DIVA responded by apologizing to her audience, then she fired 3 Caucasian staff members who wrote her one-liners that day.

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