Police Union To Parents Of Tamir Rice: Use the Money To Educate Kids About Guns!
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[4 May 2016|No Comment]

YourBlackWorld.net Posted May 4th 2016 (PHOTO: STEVE LOOMIS PRESIDENT CLEVELAND POLICE PATROLMEN ASSOCIATION)   Less than one day after the city of Cleveland announced a $6 million dollar settlement with the family of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, the head of the police union made a statement that many found offensive. Cleveland Police Patrolman Association President Steve [...]

Kent State Observes 46th Annual May 4 Commemoration With Samaria Rice As Keynote Speaker!
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Kent State University Posted April 28th 2016   Samaria Rice, mother of Tamir Rice, to serve as keynote speaker  Kent State University holds its 46th annual commemoration of May 4, 1970, with events taking place April 26 through May 4. The annual commemoration, hosted by the May 4 Task Force, provides an opportunity for the [...]

Movie Weekly Countdown Week Of April 29th 2016
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mxoentertainment.com Posted May 3rd  2016 ‘The Jungle Book’ has the #1 spot on lock  grossing $253.4 million in sales this weekend. ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ still in place in the  #2 position with cumulative sales of  $32.2 million as ‘Key & Peele in ‘Keanu’ claws its way into the #3 spot with $9.5 million at [...]

MXO ‘The Arts Unplugged’: Marie Antoinette Graces The Dobama Theatre!
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Dobama.org Posted May 4th 2016 MARIE ANTOINETTE By David Adjmi Directed by Nathan Motta Now- May 22, 2016   CARLY GERMANY AS MARIE ANTOINETTE The eyes of the court are on Marie Antoinette, and nothing good can come of it. They used to love Marie just the way she was. She would delight and inspire [...]

Harvard Study Suggests Airbnb Hosts Biased Against Guests With “Ethnic” Names!
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FinancialJuneteenth.com By Robert Stitt Posted May 4th 2016   We have read the stories and heard about the reality of individuals with ethnic names being passed over when it comes to job interviews. Last July, NBC ran a story about Yolanda Spivey and her experiment with name bias. Spivey, an African American female, was finding [...]