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Jack Dorsey has donated $3 million to Colin Kaepernick‘s Know Your Rights campaign. The Twitter CEO has pledged the huge sum to a new fund called Start Small, and the money will go towards the NFL quarterback’s campaign to “advance the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through education, self-empowerment, mass-mobilization to elevate…

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Rapper Trina has fans dizzy after she blasted protesters and looters involved in the George Floyd-inspired uprising in South Beach. The Miami native, whose real name is Katrina Laverne Taylor, was thoroughly disgusted by those she deemed “animals” for looting stores, destroying businesses and creating chaos during demonstrations in South Florida. Worse, Trina called protesters…

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  The city of Ferguson, Missouri, has been on the national radar since the shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown by former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson this past August. The resulting protests and rioting has caused a serious budget crisis in the city as police and fire services were deployed. The city has responded…

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Ferguson soldiers are expressing themselves and educating the public on their revolution’s movement. The most ignorant question around the world is why are they angry? So, the issue is in your face in this young man’s message to the world. He demonstrates courage and commitment that is unashamed and unapologetic. His uniform is created by some…

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  As disturbances continue in Ferguson, Missouri, new information has come out regarding what it is like to live in the city. The ArchCity Defenders, a nonprofit lawyers group, did a special study on Ferguson and other surrounding communities. What the study reveals is shocking and goes to the root cause of the disturbances other…

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The National  Conference of Black Lawyers has requested that lawyers from around the country go to Ferguson, Missouri, to work with the National Lawyers Guild. The NLG is in Ferguson to ensure that the constitutional rights of protesters are not being violated by the police or the Missouri National Guard. In response to the events…

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In America, we hold our freedom of movement, expression and free speech in high regard. So high, that these principles are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. However, what has been happening in Ferguson, Missouri, can be defined as an ‘unconstitutional’ police action by state and local forces. The government is exercising rigid and repressive control…

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  It began with the gunning down of unarmed teen Michael Brown by white  police officer Darren Wilson and continues with the heavy police presence and deployment of the Missouri National Guard. Rolling out is on the ground in Ferguson, Missouri, covering the heavy police presence.  

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Since the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, the town of Ferguson, Missouri, and all of America have been on edge. Almost 50 years after Freedom Summer, black Americans find themselves once again marching peacefully for justice and freedom from oppression. Rolling out is on the ground in Ferguson and…

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