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Michael Bloomberg Helping 32k Florida Convicted Felons Regain their Right to Vote


Former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg has raised 16 million and forked over 5 million of his own in an effort to grant felons their right to vote in the November presidential election. The Boss Move Many will concur that the former presidential candidate bossed up with this move for the Florida Rights […]

What To Know About Breonna Taylor’s Case and Death


The death of Breonna Taylor, an African American medical worker who was shot and killed by Louisville police officers in March during a  raid on her apartment, led to nation-wide protest demonstrations in the spring and summer as the case attracted more attention. On Wednesday, a grand jury indicted a former Louisville police officer for […]

200,000 deaths as Trump Continues to Downplay Coronavirus


This week, President Donald Trump continued to minimize the severity of the coronavirus as the United States’ death toll surpassed 200,000. After admitting to intentionally “playing it down” in order to avoid “panic,” Trump has contested health experts’ warnings about the virus, repeating misleading information about the pandemic as he tries to fight for reelection this […]

Louisville Awaits Breonna Taylor Verdict


Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer signed an executive order last week that places the city under a state of emergency as Louisville awaits a grand jury decision in the case of Breonna Taylor, an emergency medical technician who died in a police raid at her apartment this year. Fischer’s order would allow him to impose a […]

City of Louisville Agrees to a $12 million settlement for Breonna Taylor Shooting

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A substantial financial settlement has been reached with the family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old African American woman fatally shot by police in her apartment on March 13th. The $12 million wrongful death lawsuit settlement is coming six months after Louisville Metro Police officers broke down the door to Taylor’s apartment to execute a late-night […]

Heartbreaking Evictions in Houston Leaves Many Homeless


From one home to another, Deputy Benny Gant of the Harris County Constable offices is executing judge’s orders to evict residents. Forty million Americans are facing eviction due to the downward spiral of the Covid-19 economy. Where Do They Go? Israel Rodriguez of Harris County was of one of the residents on Deputy Gant’s list. […]

Three of Kenosha’s Riot Victims Identified


Family and friends have identified the victims shot in the Kenosha riots. The sole survivor was a volunteer medic for the Black Lives Matter protests in Milwaukee over the summer. Riots Turn Deadly Among the victims is a local dad of Kenosha who was brutally shot in the head by an alleged vigilante militia teen. […]

Trump Issues Executive order to Ban TikTok

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Forty-Four days remaining before an executive order issued by Donald Trump banning Tik Tok will take effect. The Chinese parent company ByteDance LTD. is being urged to sell its U.S. operations in the interest of national security concerns. b Why the Sudden Ban? Apparently the order alleges that TikTok automatically ensnares an enormous amount of […]

Facebook Launches Instagram Reel as TikTok Counts Last Days

Facebook Launches Instagram Reel as Tik Tok Counts Last Days

For TikTok fans, the threat of an imminent ban with rumors of a possible acquisition from Microsoft, has left many wondering “what’s next for the app?” As days of uncertainty continue to make headway surrounding TikTok, we now have a newly developed platform that was just launched by Facebook. Reels Instagram Reels is a new […]



While our social media feed returns to normal, we find ourselves in a sort of state of malaise, because we know things are anything but normal. There is still justice that needs to be served in cases at the heart of the recent protest that have reinvigorated the conversation for the sheer disregard of Black […]