Monthly Archives: September 2016

Keith Scott case, Manslaughter Charge for Tulsa Officer Shelby, and more news

Here are a few links to some of the latest news articles and blog posts. – https://www.bloomberg.com/api/embed/iframe?id=db9bab5f-4ec2-43dc-a511-d39887af9c48   Video Emerges From Scene Of Charlotte Police Shooting Of Keith Scott from NPR.org – https://static01.nyt.com/video/players/offsite/index.html?videoId=100000004666481https://static01.nyt.com/video/players/offsite/index.html?videoId=100000004667027 – Five New York Prison … Continue reading

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Terence Crutcher Shooting, Charlotte Police shoots disabled man, and Sandra Bland settlement case update

via Terence Crutcher Shooting: Pro Athletes Speak Out About Death — LA Sports Pulse — Instagram The police shooting of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma made national news on Monday, the latest in a long line of unarmed African-American men … Continue reading

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe stands against Dakota Access, construction halted

Here’s a brief rundown on the latest events surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline and the protest that have sprung up around it. Government Pauses Construction on Part of North Dakota Pipeline http://www.usatoday.com/videos/embed/90123264/?fullsite=true – North Dakota Governor Activates National Guard, Tribal … Continue reading

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Brothers Sulaiman Lee, Noel Kerr and Leonegus Darealest Empower Youth Through Books via Black Child Promotions in U.K.

article by Rianna Raymond-Williams via voice-online.co.uk Three brothers from Tottenham, North London, are on a mission to raise the self-esteem of African Caribbean children through books. Sulaima… Source: Brothers Sulaiman Lee, Noel Kerr and Leonegus Darealest Empower Youth Through Books via … Continue reading

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