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The bGirl Movement X South Caroline & The Second Amendment

It’s very important to have these conversations. At times, many people would disregard these conversations as negative. however, I believe it is the complete opposite. I think we should take the time to discuss the different realities that may be possible for this to occur. 76 more words

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SPOKEN RHYTHM PICS X UHH

Here are some pictures from the BBQ. Thank you so much to those who came out. We had an amazing time. The host for the night was the one and only KERBIE J., and she was absolutely incredible. 97 more words

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One Black Cop Tells His Story of Policing in America via (Twitter: @TakePart)

With all the talk recently of policing and black men in America, it’s easy to forget that some police officers are black men. 

Many police departments still struggle to recruit officers of color and women. 103 more words

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VIDEO SUBMISSION: DaraJendayi.com (Video)

Accurately labeled a modern day Renaissance woman, Dara Jendayi, 21, has recently release a video series, the Light Room, showcasing her skills in writing, wordplay, spoken word, and freestyle. 109 more words

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SPOTLIGHT: Nossis (Brooklyn Emcee)

Nossis is a Brooklyn Emcee who is changing the streets and sidewalks that she walks down with the echos of constant thoughts of change. Her spirit resounded. 33 more words

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Thank You For RSVP'ing for May 29th X THEE OPEN MIC

Peace, Family.

The RSVP’s are rolling in thank you all so much for your support, make sure you get your RSVP in asap! Email RSVP@StreetPoetsNYC.com for location and password. 47 more words

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Beyond Gentrification: Hundreds Of DC Residents Being Forced From Their Homes

It’s no secret that the nation’s capital is also the country’s capital of gentrification. But when MintPress investigated, we found that the city’s poor residents aren’t just getting squeezed out by skyrocketing rents — they’re victims of forced evictions. 222 more words

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