Terrible Relationship Lessons From Black Film

In today's link roundup: What message about love is black cinema sending? Plus: MLK parade bomber gets 32 years.

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Terrible relationship lessons from black film: Clutch magazine has a list of favorites that dispense "pretty mixed and messy morals about courtship, marriage and love."

MLK parade bomber gets 32 years: A judge on Tuesday handed down the maximum sentence to the man who planned to detonate a poison-laced bomb along the route of a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in January.

Lawmaker says that New Orleans needs military patrol: Rep. Austin Badon Jr., who represents part of Orleans Parish, wants the National Guard mobilized on New Orleans streets to restore order and deter crime for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.

Does SNL need more black cast members?: Sherri Shepherd thinks so. She complained about frequently being left out of the comedy show's spoofs of The View

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