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Super Bowl Controversy, Cardi B, Gladys Knight, Kaepernick; Gov. Ralph Northam

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Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 910 AM WFDF Detroit on the 2-3-19 edition discussed The Super Bowl LIII Controversy as Cardi B. stands behind Colin Kaepernick but Gladys Knight takes the Midnight Train to Georgia to perform the National Anthem. 2) Celebrities come out in support of Colin Kaepernick. 3) Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam will not resign, says he is not in racist photo depicting Black face and a Klansman. 4) Sen. Kamala Harris defends record as Prosecutor at First Town Hall on CNN: ‘I’ve Been Consistent My Whole Career’. 5) 'Black Panther' wins the top honor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, is up for 7 Oscars and is back in theaters for FREE Feb. 1st – 7th. 6) We celebrate African American History Month but most of us don't know why. This years’ theme is “Black Migrations”. 7) ‘It feels like we are still hostages’: Federal contractors who lost health insurance during shutdown remain in limbo. #ImWithKap #SuperBowl53 #BlackHistoryMonth

DETROIT: Sat. Feb. 9th, 2019, 2pm - 6pm, Michael Imhotep speaks at Nandi's Knowledge Cafe, 71 Oakman Ave., Highland Park, MI. "Wakanda Forever: How Black Panther Reconnects African Americans to African History & Culture", FREE EVENT Donations Accepted. Visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.

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