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Great art will always stand the test of time. In the summer of 1989, Public Enemy released the most poignant protest song in hip-hop history in “Fight the Power” for Spike Lee‘s gut-wrenching film, Do the Right Thing. Thirty-one years later, the song speaks to a new generation of activists inspired by the killings of…

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UPDATE (Please read the original story below): Reality TV star Williams was released on her own recognizance from the Louisville Metropolitan Jail at approximately 3 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. LHHNY star Yandy Smith and national activist Tamika Mallory were also let out. Outside the lockup, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star posed with…

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Tina Lawson expressed indignation that Kentucky’s attorney general paused the highly scrutinized investigation into Breonna Taylor’s killing to get engaged. Lawson’s scorching Instagram post comes two weeks after daughter Beyoncé expressed exasperation in an open letter to Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron. Both are anguished that it has taken months to decide whether to charge the…

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Justice delayed is justice denied. That is the thinking of the grieving mothers of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor since neither of the cases involving the shooting deaths of their children has been resolved. Arbery’s mother, Wanda Cooper-Jones, has flown to Louisville, Kentucky, to team up with Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer. Cooper-Jones said she wants to help expedite the investigation, and possible…

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Greg Fischer, the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, has demanded a “thorough investigation” into the shooting death of EMT worker Breonna Taylor, 26, who was in bed asleep when police officers burst in the wrong home in the middle of the night. According to the Louisville-based Courier-Journal, members of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department were executing…

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