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BHL This Week – December 6th, 2013

BHL: This Week – In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Derrial Christon, Courtney Stewart, and Jesse Janedy discuss news for the week of December 6th, 2013. They start things off by talking about Nelson Mandela’s death. Jesse opens up with Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and Tyrese hold tribute for Paul Walker, Michael Jordan to be a dad again, and Drake teaming up with Jordan. Courtney switches to talk about Evelyn Lozado preggo with another ballers baby, GOP thanks Rosa Parks for ending racism, and 2 million facebook, google and yahoo passwords stolen and posted. Derrial finishes by discussing new head of FBI in chicago looking for new ways to combat city violence, international report card: American students being outrun, Prince headlining the Essence Music Festival.

8 comments

  1. i’m with Courtney on Drake & Jordan

  2. no analysis of those crazy kanye interviews at sway in the morning and the breakfast cub??? :-(

  3. I love this segment. This should be getting waaayyy more views than it does. Keep doing your thing BHL; I’ll always watch.

  4. I’m not really sure how we can start with better education. The education system should be even across all schools. This problem has been here since the schools intergrated. Once there were integrated a lot of whites moved out to the suburbs and there was a certain divide. The parents have to be involved in the child education.

  5. and no kanye west???

  6. Carrine Ballechaud

    Courtney, thanks for shoutout, let me break down my name for you, Ca as in Canada and Rinne as in reen (yes it’s a word i looked it up LOL) . By the way i agree with you, we spend the most money on diet and we are fat, we spend the most money on education and we are failing and guess what we spend the most money on health care and we are failing 40 millions without health insurance and among the one with insurance most people go bankrut when they get sick!

  7. Carrine Ballechaud

    I am sorry but we’re barking at the wong tree with entertainment excuse, it’s not about celebrity culture, the real problem is that the education system is centred on passing tests after tests. Those other countries don’t have a school system which is funded according to results to tests and teacher don’t make their syllabus and curriculum according to what is necessary to have better tests results and better funding, in a process those school are failing the kids.

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