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Vincent Robinson, better known as Louie V Gutta, is no stranger to the sight of brutality. The North Philadelphia artist, writer and producer has been personally affected by racism and discrimination beginning at an early age. With writing and feature credits for artists including Meek Mill and French Montana, Louie V Gutta’s voice is already…

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Inspired by Colin Kaepernick’s on-field protests against police brutality, Tommia Dean joined the peaceful movement while cheerleading at Kennesaw State University. In 2017, Dean and four other cheerleaders kneeled during the national anthem at a college football game. As a result, the cheerleaders were escorted off the field. After the incident, Dean proceeded to file…

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D.L. Hughley is one of the rawest and most honest comedians of our time, always telling it like it is. You probably know him from The Original Kings of Comedy, where director Spike Lee captured the lives of Hughley, Steve Harvey, Cedric The Entertainer and Bernie Mac as they sold out countless arenas and brought laughter to…

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Stories of blood and dead Black folks slain by police fill the news, signaling the start of the 2017 summer riot season. This year, riots will be sponsored in part by the Trump administration and underwritten in thought and action by adherents of systemic racism in America. So far the programming of essential activities has…

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Usher Raymond joined longtime activist and entertainer Harry Belafonte and former CNN reporter Soledad O’Brien Friday evening at Manhattan’s Kaufmann Concert Hall for a dialogue on political activism, entitled “Usher Raymond: Breaking the Chains of Social Injustice.” The singer’s new song, “Chains,” which is dedicated to unarmed Black Americans gunned down without receiving justice, sparked the…

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