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Steven Rosenthal’s family believe he was killed by Chicago police who insist he killed himself

Nothing will bring back 15-year old Steven Rosenthal, but his family wants the truth to be told about how exactly he died. They believe he was killed by Chicago Police officers, even though officials say there is no evidence that any officer fired a weapon during the Friday night encounter ...

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Kellyanne Conway says NFL players should ‘go home’ to protest

The entire point of a protest is to make people uncomfortable. It is also something that is done in public. Apparently, this needs to be explained to Trump supporters, including well-known advisor Kellyanne Conway. After Trump once again mocked NFL players for kneeling during the national anthem to start this ...

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Fame junkie Omarosa breaches White House security by releasing secret recording

Omarosa Manigault Newman, everyone’s favorite opportunist, hit the talk show circuit on Sunday as she continues to promote her tell-all book on her time in the Trump White House, Unhinged: An Insider Account of the Trump White House, scheduled to go on sale Aug. 14. After declaring dubiously on Friday ...

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Eff You, Pay Us: Why EVERYBODY should back Black Womens Equal Pay Day

There is no doubt that Black women consistently step up for The Culture and the country. Think back on the work Black women have done for civil rights including the who-gone-check-me-boo badassery of Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Rosa Parks all the way up to Congresswoman “Auntie” Maxine Waters. Each of ...

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‘Sorry to Bother You’ director says foreign distributors won’t support Black films, claiming they don’t make money abroad

Sorry to Bother You director Boots Riley is publicly calling out international distributors who are claiming “Black” movies don’t perform well internationally and have in turn treated his film “as such.” The history making international success of Black Panther was touted as a sign that the tide was changing for ...

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Georgia politician unapologetic for Facebook post about White men destroying the world

A local leader in Carrollton, Georgia is doubling down on his comments that some called racist and refused to offer an apology after saying that a “White man has and is destroying the world,” reports Fox 5. Mayor pro tem Gerald Byrd’s recent Facebook post raised eyebrows and caused some ...

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Why a Howard Univ. professor filed a lawsuit against the Dominican Republic’s president for humanitarian atrocities against Haitians

Divisive, ugly and flat out racist, the anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies that currently exist in the Dominican Republic are the stuff that Trump’s wet dreams are made of – and one professor at Howard has had enough. Last month, Howard University African American Studies Professor Nikongo BaNikongo, Ph.D., filed a ...

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Kentucky Governor insults Black high school chess players

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin made a tone-deaf and biased statement that angered the West Louisville community while visiting black school kids who he didn’t think was up for the challenge of being chess players, the Courier Journal reports. Bevin made the insult in a video he posted outside Nativity School ...

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GA cops called on Black students volunteering for door-to-door political campaign canvassing

Morehouse student, Eli Sabur wants to be the change, so he decided to campaign for Congressional candidate David Kim in Atlanta and was knocking on constituent’s doors when the police rolled up and put a stop to the canvassing, reports CBS 46. Sabur said someone called the police on him ...

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Tomi Lahren blames Maxine Waters for people telling her about herself in public

Auntie Rep. Maxine Waters is out here making life better for all of us by stumping for change and taking the Trump administration to task. Trump puppet Tomi Lahren is seemingly having a hard time and appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine to blame Waters supporters for being confrontational and ...

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