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After weeks of media coverage about rioters and looters who hijacked protests following George Floyd’s death, Washington D.C. held its breath as Juneteenth marches wound up their springs on Friday. No one needed to worry. It was festive, not angry. People sold T-shirts. One woman led hundreds down Pennsylvania Avenue while belting Beyoncé’s “Freedom” anthem…

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Leslie Jones will film her Netflix special in Washington D.C., but has banned its most famous resident, President Donald Trump, from attending. The Ghostbusters actress is to host her first Netflix stand-up special in Washington D.C. and although she thinks the city has “one of the best comedy crowds,” she doesn’t want its most famous resident…

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Washington, D.C., is the epitome of history. Visitors to the nations capitol know that when they arrive they will have many chances to experience history. The city is known for its expansive selection of museums and the nice thing is that you can go to them all for free. Should you be in the D.C.…

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Presidential candidate, Cory Booker feels “very, very blessed” in his relationship. The New Jersey senator who is dating actress, Rosario Dawson, is praising her for helping to make him a “better person” and making him more “courageous,” thanks to her “nurturing spirit.” In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, which will air on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, he…

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Prince George’s County, Maryland, which straddles the eastern edge of Washington, D.C., is renowned as arguably the wealthiest collection of Blacks in the nation. This seems to irk some White legislators and others of her ilk back at the Maryland statehouse. Del. Mary Ann Lisanti (D-Harford), apologized Tuesday for characterizing the majority-Black county in suburban…

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If you’re an art lover and have been on Instagram in the past couple of years, it’s very likely that you’ve seen a glimpse of Infinity Mirrors. It’s hard to miss the colorful and quirky snapshots from the exhibit that flooded many Instagram timelines. Infinity Mirrors showcases the work of Yayoi Kusama, an 89-year old Japanese artist. The…

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The 41-year-old rapper deactivated both his Twitter and Instagram accounts over the weekend. Sources have now stated that his decision was influenced by the backlash from the controversial rants he has posted since reviving his Twitter in April, in which he has voiced his support for President Donald Trump. An insider said: “Kanye got to…

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This Spring has been surreal when it comes to Black people trying to live a normal life and racists trying to stop it by calling police. It cannot be denied that some White people in this country are using the police as a weapon to inflict racist emotional harm on innocent Blacks. The stories keep coming…

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The number of young, urban males who have lost their lives to the exorbitantly-priced Jordan sneaker line continues to astound. This past weekend, another victim has surfaced as a Washington-area teen was shot and killed this week because of his brand-new, bright-red Nike Air Jordans, his mom and police believe. According to the Washington Post, James…

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The progressive movements that ended slavery; secured a woman’s right to vote; vanquished Jim Crow; and legalized marriage equality were neither led nor organized by nationally elected politicians. Those victories were made possible by activists, everyday Americans frustrated by immorality and injustice

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