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The C.O.W.S. BLACK AND WHITE: THE WAY I SEE IT Part VII (Conclusion)

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Friday, October 24th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific The Context of White Supremacy hosts the seventh and final study session on Richard Williams’ 2014 publication, Black & White: The Way I See It. Mr. Williams is the parent of two of the greatest tennis champions in history, Serena and Venus Williams. Mr. Williams Continue Reading →

Poor man’s 50 Cent rap video goes viral on social media

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Post by Flap Jack. A video of an unnamed artist uploaded to Facebook by Flap Jack Entertainment is hilarious and gone viral with almost a half million views on Facebook after being uploaded three days ago. It is not know if the video was the product of some aspiring rapper Continue Reading →

“Fight the Power” actress and boyfriend charged with lewd conduct

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by Scotty Reid – The actress who along with her celebrity chef boyfriend that cried racism over being questioned about public sex in a car on a public street have been charged by the Los Angeles Police Department with lewd conduct. Brian Lucas, a white reality tv chef and his Continue Reading →

Pioneering surgery allows paralyzed man with broken spine to walk

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A cell transplant has allowed a man who was paralyzed from the chest down to walk again after pioneering surgery that gives hope to millions. CNN reports, Polish man Darek Fidyka, 38, had been left paralyzed from the chest down after a 2010 knife attack caused an 8mm gap in Continue Reading →

Former Blackwater security contractors convicted of slaughtering Iraqis

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Four ex-mercenaries that worked for private military contractor Blackwater have been convicted of slaughtering Iraqis in 2007 at a roadblock they had set up in Baghdad’s Nusoor Square. 17 Iraqis, including children and the elderly were shot down by Nicholas Slatten, 30, of Sparta, Tennessee, Paul Slough, 35, of Keller, Continue Reading →

Michael Brown protesters briefly occupy St. Louis County Police Department

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KTVI out of Missouri is reporting that protesters seeking justice for police murder victim Michael Brown marched inside the St. Louis County Police Department on Wednesday afternoon. They wanted to meet with the police commission. Officers said that meeting was been cancelled which seems to confirm a meeting was scheduled Continue Reading →