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HBO and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture hosted a private screening of the film 3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets. The powerful documentary provides an engaging look at the November 2012 shooting that took the life of Jordan Davis at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. The film examines the initial interaction and repercussions of…

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The Rev. Al Sharpton, president of National Action Network and host of his own MSNBC show “PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton” released a statement on Wednesday following the guilty verdict in the Michael Dunn trial for the shooting death of a Georgia teen, Jordan Davis, who was visiting his father in Jacksonville, Florida, in November 2012.…

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A Florida jury today, found Michael Dunn guilty in the shooting death of Jordan Davis. After five hours of deliberation, the jury deemed Dunn guilty of first-degree murder for shooting the teen in November 2012 for playing loud music in an SUV where he was a passenger while parked in front of a Jacksonville convenience…

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Music legend and social activist Stevie Wonder attended the NAACP Image Awards this past weekend accompanied by his sons. Wonder stood proudly, holding the shoulders of one of his sons. “I’m excited to have them here. Obviously when I touch my little children, I think of the lives of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis and I…

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Michael Dunn is innocent of murdering an unarmed black teenager. That’s what some of the jurors honestly believe. Some also believe that Dunn’s killing of Jordan Davis was not race-based. But in a taped conversation with his former fiancée, Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn complained about being in a cell by himself, but added: “But I…

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Rolling out spoke with Rev. Al Sharpton regarding Florida Special Prosecutor Angela Corey. Rev. Sharpton was asked  “Does Angela Corey and her prosecutorial team need to be replaced?”: “As far as Angela Corey is concerned I absolutely feel that I have no confidence in the ability of that office. They blew the Zimmerman case which…

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Rolling Out spoke briefly with Rev. Al Sharpton on his nationally syndicated radio show “Hour of Power” this morning. He was asked about Stand Your Ground and the jury verdict in the Michael Dunn murder trial: “Stand Your Ground was brought up in the court during the summation by the defense team in terms of…

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Americans were once again filled with mixed emotions following the verdict in the case of Michael Dunn, who was on trial for murdering unarmed teen Jordan Davis, 17, the day after Thanksgiving in November 2012, giving a new meaning to Black Friday. To add insult to injury, the day after Valentine’s Day and on the…

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