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The upswing in acts of racial intimidation since Trump was elected President is a proven fact. However, some people still seem to doubt not only the mean behavior of adults but also children. The Southern Poverty Law Center released data earlier this week that states many of the acts of racial intimidation, harassment and violence…

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The grandson of Robbie Montgomery, owner of Sweetie Pie’s in St. Louis, has been killed in what police are labeling a homicide. The St. Louis Police reported that Andre Montgomery, 21, was found unconscious and suffering from gunshot wounds at a home in the 3900 block of Natural Bridge on Monday night, March 14, 2016. He was…

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Consisting of real life siblings Donnell “Savage” Preston, his twin brother Donta “Tae P” Preston, and older brother Michael “Misfit” Ward, the group has been making a name for themselves by not only doing shows in their hometown, but also by branching out to cities like Chicago and Houston to make moves and network.

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Police had no option but to use deadly force, said St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, following the fatal shooting of Thaddeus McCarroll, 23. On Saturday, April 18 at 1 am, McCarroll “charged at them with a knife and a Bible and told his mother he was planning a Black revolution,” says Belmar. The…

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Another black teenager has been shot and killed by police. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Vonderrick Myers Jr., 18, was stopped by an off-duty officer for a random “pedestrian check.” The police officer claims that Myers ran and began firing a gun before he shot and killed the teen. However, eyewitnesses have told a…

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Tragedy once again struck Missouri, as police were forced to shoot a knife-wielding suspect. The unidentified male was accused of taking items from the Six Star Market store in St. Louis. Someone noticed him walking and acting strangely and a witness called police. Two police officers responded to the call and confronted the individual. The officers…

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[portfolio_slideshow] While many mainstream outlets are covering the Ferguson protests after two prominent journalists were arrested, Twitter protesters have kept the news coming since Michael Brown was killed. From new highlights, photos and comments from those on the ground, and words from those around the world, social media has become the hub for important information…

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