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Any person who grew up in the 90s without cable their home will tell you that the struggle was real.

Cartoons were at a golden age and all of the kids who had cable would come to class and bond over the shows that they watched the night before. Not the kids without cable though, they would just back out of the conversation with a glassy look over their eyes.

The fact is this: If you were a kid growing up without cable in the 90s, you basically watched  television targeted at kindergarten to eight year olds until you were 15. It is all that was on the TV unless you had some weird affinity to watching infomercials or Matlock reruns right after school.

Here is a list of the shows every 90s kid without cable watched. If you grew up without cable in the 90s share this list proudly with your friends on social media, there are more of us than you think!


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GOMAB! These Five World Leaders Are Proud Members Of Phi Beta Sigma!

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They say Phi Beta Sigma has got soul but do you know what else it has got? Presidents!

Did you know that Phi Beta Sigma claims five members who were the Heads of State for their respective countries?

It is true! Four African presidents and one from the United States of America each decided that they wanted to be members and rep the Blu-Phi!

Click on the arrows below to find out which world presidents crossed Sigma.

Share with your network and let them know that Sigmas don’t just run the yard, they run entire countries.

Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe phi beta sigma

Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe

Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe who served as the first President of Nigeria after it was given independence from Great Britain in 1960. He crossed at the Mu Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma at Lincoln University.

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My BOO! The Complete List Of Badass DIY Halloween Costume Ideas For African-American Couples

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We at WatchTheYard scoured the internet looking for good Halloween costume ideas for Black couples but we couldn’t find any so we decided to make our own!

Check out our complete list of the most BADASS Halloween costumes for Black couples and share it with your friends! Our list includes costumes for you couples who love to get into the DIY as well as some especially picked out for those of you who are trying to put something together last minute.

Share this list with your friends on social media! It’s about time someone made a Halloween costume idea list for Black couples!

If you liked this make sure to check out our “Complete List Of Badass Halloween Costume Ideas For Black Women”!

1. Janet Jackson and Tupac in Poetic Justice



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Need Help Finding A Job? Check Out The Top 20 African American Professional Associations

While we all know that there are strong ties within our fraternities and sororities, you should never stop looking for ways to develop and grow your network.

Joining an African-American professional association can provide education in your field, networking opportunities and advocacy — all with a focus on issues important to African Americans. With the help of the good old internet and, we have made this list for you of 21 of the largest and oldest national groups for African-American professionals:


  • BDPA: Organized in 1975. More than 40 chapters. Open to African Americans in data processing and related fields.
  • National Association of Black Accountants: Founded in 1969. Goal is to represent the than 200,000 African American professionals in accounting and finance.
  • National Association of African Americans in Human Resources: A national organization of human resource professionals with 36 local chapters; includes consultants and students.
  • National Black MBA Association: A 8,000-member professional organization made up of African American graduates with MBAs and advanced degrees. Established in 1970, its mission is to increase the number and diversity of African Americans in business.
  • National Sales Network: An association of African American sales and sales management professionals. Organized in 1992, with more than 2,000 members in 16 chapters.


  • Organization of Black Designers: Comprised of 10,000 design professionals in visual communications, as well as graphic, interior, fashion and industrial design.

Engineering and Science

  • American Association of Blacks in Energy: Founded in 1977; 36 chapters. Specialties include energy policy, technology and the environment.
  • National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers: Organized in 1972 to build a community of minority scientists and engineers; 39 professional and university chapters.
  • National Society of Black Engineers: Started in 1975, it now has more than 35,700 members, more than 390 college, precollege and technical professional chapters nationwide and overseas. The group’s mission is to increase the number of African American engineers, as well as help them succeed professionally and to give back to their communities.
  • National Society of Black Physicists: The largest organization of African American physicists; 16 sections ranging from astronomy, astrophysics and nuclear physics to technology transfer, business development and entrepreneurship. Its mission is to promote the professional well-being of African American physicists within the international scientific community.

Food Services

  • BCA: Incorporated as the Black Culinarian Alliance in 1998 and now known by its acronym. A national educational and networking organization that serves African American and other minority professionals working in hospitality and food services.


  • 100 Black Men of America: Founded in 1963; now 110-plus chapters with more than 10,000 members. Its mission includes leadership, mentoring, education, health and economic development.


  • Blacks in Government: Members are civil servants at the federal, state, county and municipal levels. Founded in 1975; more than 50 chapters include the Departments of State and Homeland Security, the Coast Guard, and the National Institutes of Health.


  • National Black Nurses Association: Organized in 1971; 80 chapters represent more than 150,000 African American nurses in the US, Caribbean and Africa.
  • National Medical Association: The oldest (founded 1895) and largest national professional organization for African American physicians. A leading force for parity in medicine, it provides educational programs and conducts outreach efforts.
  • Student National Medical Association: The largest organization focused on the needs and concerns of African American medical students and residents.

Law and Criminal Justice


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