Activist Tamika Mallory analyzes America’s racist history in 1st book

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By Michael “Ice-Blue” Harris Tamika Mallory (Photo by rolling out) Civil rights activist Tamika D. Mallory has penned her first book titled State of Emergency: How We Win in the Country We Built. The book will be released on May 11, 2021, through Charlamagne Tha God’s Black Privilege Publishing imprint, which inked a deal last year […]

Bucks Baller Sterling Brown Reaches $750,000 Settlement With Milwaukee Police After They Violated His Civil Rights

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By hiphopobama Source: Quinn Harris / Getty Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown has finally resolved his lawsuit with the Milwaukee Police Department. According to ESPN, the city will cut Brown a check for $750,000 after officers violated his civil rights almost three years ago during a late-night incident. On Jan. 26, 2018, police […]

The US loses two icons of the civil rights movement in one day

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By Faith Karimi, CNN (CNN)Two towering figures of the American civil rights movement died Friday, a major loss for a nation still grappling with protests and demands for racial equality decades later. John Robert Lewis died at age 80 after a battle with cancer. Rev. Cordy Tindell “C.T.” Vivian died at age 95 of natural causes. They […]

Facebook is getting slammed by civil rights leaders and losing business as employee strife rages about its stance on Trump’s posts

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Getty Images Facebook’s stance on President Trump’s violent rhetoric is under attack from outside and in. The company is under continued fire over its decision to leave up a post by President Trump about the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis. In the post, Trump threatened to bring in the […]