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August 8, 2014

Family of Ted Agu file a wrongful d e a t h lawsuit against University of California www.blacklikemoi.com

Family Sues University For Subjecting Athlete to a ‘Lethal Conditioning Drill’

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Reported by April Taylor Solomon Simmons is reporting that the family of Ted Agu has filed a wrongful deαth lawsuit for his deαth following a training run at the University of California.  Agu played football for the school, and the suit is being filed against the Regents of the University of California and specifically cites “reckless and negligent behavior” on the part of Cal football trainers and coaches.  Agu’s family…

Pres. Obama Promises to Invest $35B In Africa, And Keep Peace In Certain Countries www.blacklikemoi.com

Pres. Obama Promises to Invest $35B In Africa, Maintain Peace

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Reported by Nigel Boys Around 50 African heads of state were welcomed this week by President Obama as the White House hosted the U.S. African Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. Amongst things discussed in the forum, was the growing population of wealthier young African adults and the vast resources available in the huge continent, thus making African countries a viable proposition for world and U.S. businesses. President Obama promised over…

Ann Coulter Calls Africa a “Disease-Ridden Cesspool”

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Just days after President Obama met with African leaders and promised millions of dollars in investment across the continent, right wing pundit Ann Coulter is listing the reasons why no God fearing white person should ever set foot on the vast continent. In a recent article, Coulter makes the case that people wanting to help those less fortunate, like Ebola infected Dr. Ken Brantly, should understand that charity begins at…

Whites Are Fine With Mass Incarceration So Long as Inmates Are Black, Study Finds

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A new Stanford study shows that whether people support harsh prison sentences depends largely on the race of people being incarcerated. The study found that whites do not support prison reform if they’re informed that blacks are the ones receiving harsh treatment. As a matter of fact, informing whites that blacks are disproportionately impacted by harsh prison sentences may actually increase support for tough sentencing. Once white participants in the…

Miles Davis: A Genius Tormented By Heroin and Cocaine Addiction

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Miles Davis was a trumpet player and band leader who played an instrumental role in the development of jazz music.  He was born in Alton, Illinois in 1926 as Miles Dewey Davis III. He started playing the trumpet at 13 years old when his dad introduced him to the instrument. Davis began playing professionally before he even graduated high school, and at 17, he began performing with Dizzy Gillespie and…

7 Major Reasons People Struggle Financially

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William R. Patterson is a renowned executive coach, award-winning lecturer, and national best-selling author.  He is the CEO and co-founder of The Baron Solution Group; the company holds business and personal finance workshops in cities across the United States based on the strategies Patterson outlines in his book, “The Baron Son.”  The Baron Solution Group integrates over 1,000 wealth-building resources and 250 proven business and financial accelerators to instruct people…