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Black Truth News was started on December 20, 2009. We are a Online Global Community Newspaper. Meaning we are trying to connect communities worldwide through the exchange of ideas, inspiration and information. Our Newspaper is Delivered Directly to your Email on the 20th OF EACH MONTH. Anyone can be a part of this community of Change and Innovation. You can submit information to the paper to be published, i.e: Articles, Poems, Jokes, Annoucements anything basically that you feel can help out the next person. Don't have anything to send? That's cool you can simply become a reader and spread the word to other people. Request a copy of BLACK TRUTH NEWS @blacktruth85@yahoo.com.

17-Year-Old Unarmed Black Man Shot & Killed By Pittsburgh Police

Rest in peace, Antwon Rose Jr.

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A 17-year-old unarmed Black man was fatally shot in Pensylvania yesterday after he attempted to bolt from police officers at a traffic stop. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the deceased, Antwon Rose Jr., was a passenger in the vehicle that matched the description of a car that was involved in a shooting of a 22-year-old earlier that night. 

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Nick “Swaggy P” Young Says You Need That “White Girl” [Cocaine]

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Apparently Nick Young is still soaking in the Champagne of being a NBA World Champion. TMZ caught the flamboyant player coming out a club and asked him about Canada being the first country to legalize marijuana. ” “I want people to pass cocaine,” Young responded, adding, “Everybody needs to do cocaine!” Alrighty then, we see somebody was feeling good. Watch the video below.

Janet Jackson Opens Up About Her Battle With Depression

” I still heard voices inside my head berating me, voices questioning my value.”

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In the latest issue of Essence Magazine, Janet Jackson opened up about the keys to her recovery from Depression. The embattled singer, and new mother traced her struggle with low self-esteem to feelings of inferiority that persisted through her childhood, the pressures of which resulted in her yielding to impossibly high standards. “Of course there are always the societal issues of racism and sexism. Put it all together and depression is a tenacious and scary condition,” Janet wrote. “Thankfully, I found my way through it.”

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