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It is uncommon to hear of Blacks committing acts of mass shootings at workplaces. That changed when Cedric Ford, 38, a father of two, killed three people and injured another 14 in a tragic display of workplace violence. The incident occurred on Thursday at the Excel Industries, a manufacturer of lawn mowers. According to police,…

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The media has been buzzing about Tyshawn Lee, the 9 year old little boy who was executed on the southside of Chicago on November 2nd. His murder is believed to be in retaliation from a rival gang in connection with his father. Since then, we’ve seen headline after headline about Tyshawn. But, his death isn’t…

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Sean James developing student-athletes because leadership doesn’t stop when the game ends Bullying has become an epidemic in our country that affects everyone, but seems to take an even heavier toll on our children. Unfortunately, although our society acknowledges the severity of the bullying epidemic, real focus on the issue only tends to occur when…

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Fighting bullying has become the mission of Auguste Moone.  His book, The Stand Up Crew, explores the topic in depth. Tell us about your education and certifications. I have a master’s degree in education from Cleveland State University, and a master’s degree in exercise science from Cleveland State University. What was your experience like as a…

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Even in the year 2015, noted agender celeb Andre J has a style that turns heads and garners everything from question marks to praise and even Vogue magazine covers. But in a frank new interview with “I’m From Driftwood,” Andre opens up about not being accepted as a child and how he overcame being bullied. In…

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Though busy with various other projects, actor and rapper Tray Chaney is finding time to lend a hand in the fight against bullying. Chaney, best known for his role as Poot on HBO’s popular series “The Wire,”recently released a song in time for National Bullying Prevention Month called “Mike Bully.” He told Fox 5 in Washington, D.C., that his…

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A teenager who was secretly filmed while masturbating was bullied to the point of committing suicide. According to the Los Angeles Times, Matthew Burdette, 14, was kicked out of his class at University City High School in San Diego, California, for eating sunflower seeds. His teacher never gave him a specific destination so Burdette walked the halls of…

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Without a doubt, the contestants of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” have inspired a whole new generation American youth to not only walk proudly in their skin but feel comfortable expressing gender however they see it, regardless of what society thinks. And that point was made perfectly clear in a heartwarming moment this week when “Drag Race”…

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A 12-year-old Connecticut girl has been arrested and charged in a case of what is being called “relentless bullying.” The eighth grade victim and the accused bully’s names are all being withheld due to the sensitive nature of the the incident. However, Stamford Police Lt. Diedrich Hohn says the bullying became so intense at the…

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Tammie Jackson’s 13-year-old daughter Gabrielle complained to school officials that she was being sexually harassed. Apparently more well endowed than her peers, the middle schooler is being picked on because she has large breasts. One official told Jackson that if her daughter transfers to another school in St. Louis, Mo.’s Riverview Gardens School District, the…

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