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Black assimilation into the American gun culture In the early ’90s Tony Brown wrote a book titled White Lies, Black Lies. Brown touched on many issues in the book, but the Civil Rights Movement portion was interesting. He wrote that the Civil Rights Movement transitioned from integration to the black elite assimilating into white American…

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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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Florida man gunned down because he had a hoodie and sagging pants Wearing a hoodie in Florida can still get you killed. On Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014 , 21-year-old Ricardo Sanes was allegedly shot to death by Claudius Smith after Sanes was reportedly looking suspicious because he was wearing a hoodie and sagging pants. The shooter then…

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On the “A” w/Souleo When Stevie Wonder says “boycott” you take heed. That’s exactly what musical legend Ronald Isley believes since he’s decided to join Wonder’s boycott of Florida following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The boycott is in response to the state’s controversial Stand Your Ground law,…

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The similarities in the murders of Trayvon Martin and Emmitt Till are stark and eerie: Two young black teenagers, some sixty years apart, made innocent trips to small town stores in the Deep South — and were never seen by their parents again. Both boys were both devoured by cowards. The verdict in the George…

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The world’s largest retailer and the biggest seller of guns in the country joins a cadre of corporations ending their membership in ALEC, American Legislative Council. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., which joined ALEC in 1993, said its ending its relationship with the organization after pressure because of ALEC’s involvement in changing the voting laws and “stand…

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