justice

WNBA Star Moore, Fought For Justice And Won It For Jonathan Irons

July 6, 2020

WNBA Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore put her basketball career on hold, to fight for Jonathan Irons, a man wrongfully convicted of burglary and assault. Irons was sentenced to 50 years in prison for burglary and shooting Stanley Stotler. With no witnesses or physical evidenc, Stotler testified in court that Irons (16 at the time) had […]

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Cool Sweep Heat Emergency for Monday and Tuesday, July 6 & 7

July 5, 2020

In anticipation of forecasted temperatures exceeding 90 degrees, Mayor Lovely Warren today announced that the City of Rochester’s Cool Sweep Heat Emergency operations will be in effect on Monday and Tuesday, July 6 & 7, to provide city residents with opportunities to get additional relief from the heat. Cool Sweep — presented by Avangrid Foundation […]

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Black Militia Challenges White Supremacy Groups on July 4th [VIDEO]

July 5, 2020

Nearly 1,000 armed members of the Black Militia NFAC demonstrated their power to stand up against anyone who sought to harm or kill Black people on the 4th of July.

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What To My People is the 4th of July

July 3, 2020

I just realized I have never posted something that would take longer than 60 seconds to get the point. This was something that even I with my a.d.d. consumed the whole thing plus looked up the F. Douglass speech to read. “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4h2927t.html The Life and Writings of […]

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THE TRANSLATION MASK

July 3, 2020

You should see the way innovators are making masks worth your while. They are improving face masks so that preventing Coronavirus is not the only thing they do. There’s a smart mask in Japan that has the capability to translate up to eight different languages. With all the partitions in today’s society promoting social distancing, […]

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Cool Sweep Locations 2020

July 3, 2020

2020 Cool Sweep season take place on Monday through Saturday from June 29 to Aug. 29, 2020. (Cool Sweeps do not take place on Sundays or on July 4). A Cool Sweep operation is triggered when the National Weather Service forecast calls for temperatures to reach or exceed 85 degrees. Spray Parks and Spray Features: […]

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Forget Hide & Go Seek Students In Tuscaloosa Play Who Gets COVID-19 First For Money

July 3, 2020

You ever read a news story and say to yourself this just can’t be real? So, Sight posted a news story that students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama were intentionally going to parties knowing they have COVID-19. Welp! There has been a development with that story. The reason why they were attending the parties is that they […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Full Briefing Testing Now Available For All New Yorkers

July 3, 2020

Governor Andrew Cuomo gave his COVID-19 briefing in New York City on Wednesday. I have to say I almost thought he was the President for a moment while he was addressing the rise in cases across the country. So how is the Governor of New York explaining what’s happening across the country with the coronavirus […]

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13-Ton Shipment Of Human Hair Bundles Seized From China Suspected Human Rights Abuse

July 3, 2020

After reading this news story I’m definitely taking a break from the world this weekend. The United States Custom and Border Protection officers seized a 13-ton shipment of beauty products made by Chinese prisoners. The shipment included hair weave made out of human hair at the Port of New York/Newark. The total amount of the […]

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Businesses In Charlotte Beach Area Closing For 4th Of July Weekend

July 3, 2020

If you’re going to Charlotte over the 4th of July weekend you may see businesses in the area closed. According to 13Wham news, the restaurant Dominic’s and other businesses said they will close Saturday through Monday. The reason they say is not because of COVID-19 but the safety of employees and customers. One of the […]

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