Common Says Offset Said He Felt Voting ‘Was Better Than Any Award’ As A Former Felon Who Didn’t Know His All His Voting Rights

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Common sat down with Florida Senator Perry Thurston, Florida Representative Shervin Jones and local community leaders to discuss issues within the Black community and the importance of educating the Black community about voting. On Sunday, October 25, Biden for President Florida hosted a Shop Talk roundtable with Chicago native, activist …

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Empress Delfina Is The Dominatrix Who Is Converting Trump Supporters Into Joe Biden Supporters: ‘I Was Already Doing Small Penis Humiliation With A Lot Of These Guys’

Empress Daisy Delfina - @EmpressDelfina

There’s a dominatrix that’s helping to convert Donald Trump supporters into Joe Biden supporters. There’s really something new every day in 2020, especially with the upcoming presidential election. Both parties are pulling out all the stops to get Trump out of office. The Daily Beast reports that groups such as …

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USC Football Player Filed For Unemployment After His Money Dried Up Amid Coronavirus, School Suspends Him And Now He’s Under Investigation For Fraud

Munir McClain - @MunirMcClain

According to the Los Angeles Times, the University of Southern California football player Munir McClain was suspended last month after being seemingly accused of committing fraud related to the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. Munir’s mother, Shan McClain, says her son was suspended from the school back in the middle of …

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Possible Remains Of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Victims Found

Tulsa Race Massacre

Investigators are searching for victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, and in the midst of searching have found one set of remains and possibly another. One of the most heinous crimes inflicted upon the Black American community was the Black Wall Street domestic terrorist massacre that took place in …

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