Good morning, Qcity: Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks.
Here are today's headlines:
A black woman finds her Nazi roots
Jennifer Teege, the product of a brief affair between a German woman and a Nigerian student, learns the disturbing truth about her mother’s father. READ MORE
HBCU president is calling it quits
After five years at the helm of Howard University, Sidney Ribeau is leaving at the end of December amid allegations of financial mismanagement and a downgrade by in the school’s credit rating by Moody’s Investors Service. READ MORE
Fans outraged over Jackson verdict
When a California jury decided Wednesday that AEG Live was not responsible for Michael Jackson's death, some fans weren't just stunned, they were angry. READ MORE
The Rev. Al Sharpton talks about his new book, “The Rejected Stone.”
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