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The trailer for Harriet highlights strength over suffering in a new film based on one of history’s most important figures. Released this week, the first look introduces Cynthia Erivo (Widows) in the title role as abolitionist Harriet Tubman as she begins her escape to freedom. Nearly caught by slave catchers, Tubman successfully evades capture to continue her…

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Historic Mitchelville Freedom Park in Hilton Head, South Carolina, will host its 19th annual Juneteenth celebration on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The food and music festival will include interactive experiences significant to Mitchelville during the Reconstruction Era. As in the past years, the day will highlight the food and music customs of the people of…

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Prison B.R.E.A.K. is an acronym for Building Relationships Empowerment and Knowledge. Step 2: Teacher and Student Prison is not easy, for anyone. The thing about prison and the entire penal system is it snatches our opportunities to control even the most basic of things. From the point of conviction, both convict and those they love,…

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Former Black Panther Assata Shakur may be adversely affected by the recent death of Cuba’s former leader Fidel Castro. Shakur explains in her own words what happened and why she currently has political asylum in Cuba: “My name is Assata (‘she who struggles’) Olugbala ( ‘for the people’) Shakur (‘the thankful one’), and I am…

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Freedom DVD Giveaway

Freedom is based on the true story of two men separated by time who are united in their search for freedom in this gripping tale of slavery, endurance, despair, and redemption. In 1856, Samuel Woodward (Academy Award Winner® Cuba Gooding, Jr. – Selma, Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Red Tails) and his family escape their cruel life on a Virginian…

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Not everyone is not up-to-date on the latest fashions; so when one couple posted a picture of their date, they were reminded harshly by Black Twitter about their wardrobe. The verbal bashing and memes that resulted were hilarious, but the pair were good sports about the whole episode. Here are the Twitter memes and responses:

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Today, we celebrate our independence. On July 4, 1776, our founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, birthing the United States of America into existence. While many take this time to celebrate by remembering our founding fathers or being surrounded by loved ones, here at rolling out, we are breaking down the best in cinema…

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This Fourth of July, we might find ourselves surrounded by family, barbecuing, and enjoying our precious independence. But the Fourth of July is also a time to step back, reevaluate and express gratitude for the endless opportunities, privileges and freedom we may take for granted each day. In honor of Independence Day, we’re breaking down…

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Today, we celebrate Independence Day. On July 4, 1776, our Founding Fathers, signed the Declaration of Independence, birthing the United States of America into existence. While many take this time to celebrate by remembering our Founding Fathers, hosting barbecue parties or road trips, here at RollingOut, we are breaking down a variety of film that…

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