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Rolling out hosted its inaugural “Justice for All” awards ceremony June 27, 2019, in the Atlanta City Hall Atrium. The event honored some of the top legal minds in metropolitan Atlanta. Honorees included lawyers Teddy Astin, Mawuli Davis, Lerae Funderburg, Jimmy C. Gardner, Keith E. Gammage, Gerald A. Griggs, Preston James IV, Jabari A. Jones, Julie Kert, David Mitchell,  Angelo Pinto, Shequel Ross, Tiffany…

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Dazon Dixon Diallo, the founder and president of SisterLove, has fearlessly battled the disparities facing women affected by HIV. Her global mission spans from the United States to South Africa and other nations. Because of her commitment to community-driven efforts to eradicate HIV, Dixon was recently named co-chair of ACT NOW: END AIDS. As a Black woman, what are your…

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Once again someone called the National White Person Customer Service Hotline, otherwise known as 911, to report the presence of a Negro who disturbed them. The incident occurred at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, a school dedicated to the education of women since 1871. Oumou Kanoute is a student and teaching assistant at the school who decided…

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  Thurgood Marshall Statue, Annapolis Maryland (Photo credit: Glynnis Jones) Activist, lawyer and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall was born on July 2, 1908, in Baltimore. As a young child, his father introduced him to the U.S. Constitution. Marshall attended Lincoln University for his undergraduate degree. After graduation, he applied to the University of Maryland Law…

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Men are our protectors. They take care of us and keep us safe. But who is ensuring the safety of men physically abused by the women they love and protect? Victims of both physical and emotional torture, their complaints of abuse have been met with disbelief, laughter and public ridicule. The women who commit these acts of abuse often claim it…

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With the sudden passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the political world now braces itself for a knockdown, drag-out fight over his successor during this tense election year. But before we wade into the partisan muck to see if President Obama even has a legitimate shot at pushing through a nomination before his term ends,…

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For years, David Justice has been unable to untangle his name from his famous ex-wife Halle Berry. And it’s not just because they were married, but also because, to this day, some fans still speculate that he’s the man Berry spoke of when she revealed that an unnamed former lover nearly made her deaf in one…

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