Archives for November 2017

Video Extra #3 >>> Tru Life: ‘Last Night’ ft. Future

Tru Life: ‘Last Night’ ft. Future

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Video Extra #2 >>> Boosie Concert Shooting, Drone Footage Shows Suspect Open Fire

Boosie Concert Shooting, Drone Footage Shows Suspect Open Fire

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Freddie Gray case: Verdict expected in trial board for Baltimore police Officer Goodson

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A verdict in the administrative trial of Baltimore Police Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray is expected to be handed down Tuesday afternoon, after the city announced the panel presiding over the case would reconvene at 1 p.m. at the University of Baltimore.

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JAY-Z Says Verdict Against Meek Mill is Unjust

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JAY-Z went on social media to share his thoughts on the 2-year sentence handed against rapper Meek Mill. “The sentence handed down by the Judge—against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation Officer–is unjust and heavy handed.” he said. Jay continued by saying he will support Meek during his ordeal.   Check the video below and see how he and other celebs sent out their support for the Philly rapper.

Video Extra >>> Before I Self Destruct (Full Movie)

Before I Self Destruct (Full Movie)

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Video of the Day >>> Black Cypress: ‘Club Third’

Black Cypress: ‘Club Third’

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Black economic virtue flows one way: out of our community

By John Fountain

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In African-American neighborhoods, I see a vast sea of neon-lit liquor stores often owned and operated by people who are not black – people who sell us the booze and tobacco we consume to our own cruel demise. Read More

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Air Force error allowed Texas gunman to buy his weapons

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The gunman who shot dead 26 people, including an 18-month-old child, at a Texas church was only able to buy his weapons because the US Air Force failed to report his past convictions and court-martialing for abusing his wife and her child. Read More

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