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July 15, 2014

2Pac & Notorious B.I.G Hangout and Freestyle Before Their Tragic Murders

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Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G., also known as Biggie, were perhaps the two greatest rap icons of all time.  The rappers entered the music industry in the mid-1990’s with Biggie’s release of “Ready to Die,” and Tupac’s release of “2PAc.”  Biggie’s album went quadruple platinum and catapulted him to the forefront of the hip-hop industry.  Tupac was able to match Biggie’s style of grittiness and realism as well as…

Man Exonerated After 17 Years Tries on His First “Real” Shirt Since Prison

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The Innocence Project posted a picture of Nathan Brown, a client who was exonerated after spending 17 years in prison, trying on a new shirt. “Our client Nathan Brown was exonerated last week after spending 17 years in prison. The day after he was freed, he went shopping with his legal team — here he is trying on his first “real” shirt in 17 years!” read the comment below the…

Small Loans And the American Dream: Do They Help or Hurt?

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Dr. Harold A. Black is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville who lectures, consults and publishes extensively on the subjects of financial institutions and the monetary system.  After being the first black male freshman to enroll at the University of Georgia in 1962, Black went on to become a Dean’s List student and earn his undergraduate degree.  He later earned his Master’s and Doctorate degree from Ohio…

Man Arrested After Telling Black Kids That Their Skin Was Dirty

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A white man who stands accused of harassing black children doesn’t deny that he’s a racist. Local affiliate WFTV reports that Ronald White’s neighbors overheard him threαtening young boys because they were black. White allegedly called the boys racial slurs and told them that he was going to call his dogs on them. When WFTV caught up with White, he didn’t deny being a racist. In fact, he actually seemed…

Chicago Demonstrators Blast Obama as “Worst President” for Favoring Immigrants Over Urban Communities

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A handful of black residents on Chicago’s South Side gathered to protest President Obama’s treatment of immigrants at the expense of those living in urban communities. “Barack will go down as the worst president ever elected,” said one person. “Bill Clinton was the African-American President.” Protesters were demonstrating the billions of dollars Obama is requesting to deal with the crisis at the border without investing any money in urban cities…

Professor Arrested and Jailed for “Emissions;” Fined $425 and Forced to Cυt Hair

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger A California adjunct professor, organizational consultant and radio host visiting Smyrna, Ga. endured a humiliating arrest that now fuels her determination to hold the city’s police to account. In May, attorney Eric Meder filed a “notice of claims” against the City of Smyrna on behalf of Dr. Jean Kennedy, who was arrested and jailed for the better part of a full day and fined $425. Kennedy…