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Facebook Removes R. Kelly’s ‘Surviving Lies’ Fan Page

The platform stated the page violated its community standards. As the motion against R. Kelly and his alleged troubling acts against young black women continue to build, a Facebook page created in support of the singer to ‘expose’ his accusers was immediately taken down just after it was created.  As …

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Here’s What’s Closed During The Government Shutdown

The government has been shut down for 17 days now. The government was scheduled to come to an agreement on several issues like funding for specific government sections including the State Department, the Justice Department, the Transportation Department, the Agriculture Department, and the Department of the Interior by Dec. 21. …

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Moschino USA Manager Sued for Calling Black Customers ‘Serenas’

Moschino USA is under fire after a former employee revealed the store’s code for black clients. The designer’s West Hollywood location is home for the elite with deep pockets. So, if you don’t fit that description, you’re basically not welcomed through the doors. Well, at least that’s what Shamael Lataillade …

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Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency By Tennessee Governor

Cyntoia Brown has officially been granted an early release after years of protest against her unfair conviction and sentencing in 2006.  According to the Tennessean, Governor Bill Haslam granted Brown a full commutation to parole on Monday, which will allow Brown to be eligible for release on August 7 on …

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