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Duke Professor Is Suspended After Claiming 'Every Black Has A Strange New Name' Amongst Other Things — But He Still Claims He's Not Racist! Read His Ridiculous Defense!

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This weekend, a Duke University professor was suspended after it was discovered he wrote racist comments in a New York Times article, proving that he's too ridiculous to be considered an "educator."

Jerry Hough had to speak his mind after reading a New York Times editorial titled How Racism Doomed Baltimore. The professor disagreed with the article, which he deemed was telling black people to feel sorry for themselves.

He thought there was a connection between the Baltimore riots and black people having "strange," non-traditional white names. The Professor wrote in the comments:

"Blacks get symbolic recognition in an utterly incompetent mayor who handled this so badly from beginning to end that her resignation would be demanded if she were white. The blacks get awful editorials like this that tell them to feel sorry for themselves."

Hough compared "the blacks" to other cultures who have faced discrimination, specifically Asians. He continued:

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Prince Released His New Song Baltimore! Take A Listen Here!

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On Sunday, Prince put on a Rally 4 Peace concert in the city of Baltimore in honor of Freddie Gray, where he was debuting his new song addressing unrest in the city.

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Now, the tune Baltimore is released on SoundCloud, which according to a spokeswoman for the singer:

"Addresses the unrest in Baltimore and the socio-political issues around the country in the wake of a slew of killings of young black men."

Last month, Freddie Gray died from a spinal cord injury while in police custody, igniting protests and riots in the city of Baltimore. Though the song is a call for peace and reflection, the singer declares in the lyrics:

"If there ain't no justice then there ain't no peace."

Check out the song (below) and listen to Baltimore!

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Prince Will Perform His New Song At A Mother's Day Rally 4 Peace Concert In Baltimore This Weekend!

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The city of Baltimore should be expecting a forecast of Purple Rain this weekend!

Earlier this week, it was reported that Prince recorded a protest song in the wake of the Baltimore riots over Freddie Gray's death.

Now, it's been announced that the superstar will perform the song at a Mother's Day Rally 4 Peace concert in Baltimore!

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Organizers of the concert had this to say:

"In a spirit of healing, the event is meant to be a catalyst for pause and reflection following the outpouring of violence that has gripped Baltimore and areas throughout the U.S."

People are invited to wear something gray to the event as a symbolic message, and organizers continue to explain:

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Prince Is Releasing A New Song As A 'Tribute' To The People Of Baltimore! Check Out The Artwork Here!

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Like most of us, Prince has been moved by the violent protests happening in Baltimore over Freddie Gray's death. Unlike most of us, the legendary artist will share his feelings through song.

According to a spokesperson, the ART OFFICIAL AGE singer has recorded "a tribute to all of the people of the city of Baltimore."

It's understood that the track will discuss Gray's death, while in Baltimore police custody, and how the nation has been exposed to a series of young black men being killed, which sparked many socio/political issues.

[ Related: Beyoncé Weighs In On Baltimore With Two Provocative Pictures ]

Prince is the latest in a slew of artists who have taken issue with the matter, including Beyoncé, The Game, and others who have called for action in the wake of Gray's death.

Release plans for Prince's song have yet to be announced, but the artwork has been released (above.)

[Image via Billboard.]

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Embarrassed Son Of Baltimore Mom Toya Graham Speaks Up & Regrets Rioting! See What He Had To Say HERE!

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We've been reporting on Toya Graham, the mom who was going off on her son for participating in the Baltimore riots.

Now, her 16-year-old son is speaking out for the first time, and he regrets not listening to his mom's sage advice!

Michael Singleton was supposed to go straight home from school on Monday after Freddie Gray's funeral. But instead, he joined his friends rioting in the streets.

[ Video: Baltimore Mayor & Maryland Governor Walk Out Of Don Lemon's CNN Interview! ]

The high schooler knew he made the wrong choice when his mom showed up as he was throwing rocks at police. While he was embarrassed at the scolding, he wasn't surprised, explaining:

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That Mother Who Smacked Her Son For Joining The Baltimore Riots Says He Knew He Was In Trouble When He Saw Her!

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Toya Graham doesn't play around.

As you may have seen, a video of a Baltimore woman smacking her son after she noticed he was wearing a hoodie during the Baltimore riots made headlines early this week.

Toya made sure that her 16-year-old son Michael wasn't one of the 34 arrests amongst the Maryland Protests by using whatever measures she could.

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Well, now Toya is sharing her side of the story on why it took some light physicality to ensure her son's safety.

Ch-ch-check out what the single mother of six had to say about seeing her only son in the crowd (below)!!!

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