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One day after a report surfaced that Kanye West would be ending his campaign to run for President of the United States, a “Statement of Organization” form was submitted by Andre Bodiford, now listed as West’s campaign treasurer. However, the form can only be activated if West raises or spends more than $5,000 in campaign…

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Across the nation, some have stood against the social distancing mandates that have taken place in their respective cities. Most are far right-wing citizens and groups who believe that the government is restricting their freedom by taking precautions during a global pandemic. In fact, some governors, including Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp, have decided to reopen…

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Louisiana state Rep. Edward James, also known as Ted James, just beat his battle with the novel coronavirus. Rolling out spoke with the active 38-year-old about how COVID-19 has impacted his life and about health disparities in the Black community. How did you know that you had COVID-19? I had a colleague who had been hospitalized,…

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Al Sharpton called for all Black churches to close during the global pandemic. During a conference call with several prominent religious leaders in America, Sharpton made a plea to cancel all in-person services. Sharpton wanted to get the message out to the masses as Easter approaches. The call to action was prompted by the arrest…

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Along with the insidious coronavirus, there is also an outbreak of finger-pointing. Unnerved citizens are increasingly outraged as they learn just how prolific the virus is and its devastating impact on the nation’s economy and health care system. Many believe, as rapper Safaree Samuels does, that the leaders in the U.S. government and the White…

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Cardi B has addressed the ongoing global spreading of the coronavirus in a tongue-in-cheek Instagram video. The 27-year-old star ranted in the clip: “Government, let me tell y’all motherf—— something, I don’t know what the f— this coronavirus is about. “I don’t understand how that s— was from Wuhan, China … I ain’t gonna front,…

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Conspiracy theories concerning the death of beloved musician Nipsey Hussle are rampant. Eric Holder was arrested on allegations that he was the trigger man behind the murder of Hussle. He has retained the services of former prosecutor Chris Darden, who failed to get OJ Simpson convicted, and now a bombshell defense is allegedly being claimed. According…

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Susan Ross is an Atlanta-based photographer and historian. She refers to herself as “the photo griot” because she tells the stories of our community through the lens of her camera. Ross has dedicated her life to documenting the social, political and cultural experiences of the African American community. We spoke with her about the qualities…

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The crack-cocaine era of the 1980s was the genocidal pill that was administered to Black Americans following the advancements of the civil rights era. Millions of Black families lost their loved ones and even themselves to the powdery substance that could be injected or snorted. The “War on Drugs” that was started by President Richard Nixon…

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Odie Donald, City Manager of South Fulton Georgia

On Feb. 1, 2018, the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (DOES) reported that the preliminary December job estimates show an increase of 4,200 jobs for a total of 2,713,400 jobs in the Washington Metropolitan Division. Former director of DOES Odie Donald II, is confident he will produce these types of results as he…

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Rolling out recently attended the People of Color Career Fair in Minneapolis, where we talked with the state’s chief inclusion officer, James Burroughs. Burroughs shared some keen insight on his role in making sure there’s diversity and inclusion when the state makes hiring decisions, and also what they’re looking for in potential candidates. He also…

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LaToya Cunningham formerly worked in the foreign military sales department of the Department of Defense where she was a logistics management specialist. Although the job allowed her the financial support to maintain her lifestyle, Cunningham felt bound and decided after 13 years to pursue an entirely different track as a PR professional. Now the proud…

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