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Several Black Employees File Lawsuit After Being Racially Harassed And Bullied In Ohio General Motors Plant: “I Used To Have To Pray. Literally, ‘Lord Protect Me’”

Several Black employees at an Ohio General Motors have filed a lawsuit after the motor company refused to respond to several complaints of racism, harassment, and racial bullying. #MarcusBoyd and Derick Brooks are former supervisors at the Toledo Powertrain, and in a recent CNN interview, the two said their co-workers …

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3 Chicago Officers Get Acquitted By Judge for Laquan McDonald Cover-Up

Judge Domenica Stephenson made the official decision on Thursday to acquit the three Chicago police officers accused of covering up the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald. An unfortunate 2014 run in with Officer Jason Van Dyke led to McDonald getting shot 16 times. Dashcam footage showed the 17-year-old being shot …

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Baller Alert Exclusive – Sparkle Opens Up About Speaking Out Against R. Kelly in 2001, Hopes R. Kelly Will “Get Some Help And Then They Can Send Him Off To Jail” 

Earlier this month, Lifetime released its highly-anticipated docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly,” which detailed years of alleged emotional, sexual, physical and mental abuse against young and underaged girls at the hands of the R&B superstar. With interviews from Kelly’s former peers and employees, in addition to appearances by his siblings, former …

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Government Shutdown Sparks Hunger Strike Inside Manhattan Jail

As the country enters its 27th day of the unfair government shutdown, several inmates inside a Manhattan detention center have settled to participate in a hunger strike after family visits were revoked for the second week as a result of limited staff members. As reported by the New York Times, …

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Michelle Obama’s “Becoming” Has Longest Run As Amazon’s No. 1 Best Selling Book Since “Fifty Shades of Grey”

Forever First Lady Michelle Obama has secured yet another feat, thanks to her critically-acclaimed autobiography, “Becoming,” released in November 2018. Upon its release, according to The Hill, “Becoming” sold more than 2 million copies, and was almost immediately named the best-selling hardcover book of 2018 by her publisher, Penguin Random …

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Terry Crews Says Black Men Shunned Him While Black Women Supported Him After Sexual Assault Confession: “All My Support Came From Black Women. Straight Up”

Terry Crews says Black women supported him following his confession of sexual assault while Black men stayed silent. Back in 2017, Crews was allegedly assaulted by Hollywood executive #AdamVenit during an industry event, where Crews claims Venit grabbed his crotch. Eventually, Crews opened up about the assault, but instead of …

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