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Janelle Monáe Slated to Play Josephine Baker In Forthcoming Series

Janelle Monáe Slated to Play Josephine Baker In Forthcoming Series

Singer and actress Janelle Monáe has been tapped to portray the illustrious Josephine Baker in the forthcoming series about her decorated career. The series from A24 titled “De La Resistance” will take viewers on an in-depth journey into Baker’s life as a world-renowned jazz player, civil rights activist, dancer, and …

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Federal Judge Overseeing Derek Chauvin’s Civil Rights Case Accepts Plea Deal, Will Sentence Him to At Least 20 Years in Prison for Violating George Floyd’s Civil Rights

Federal Judge Overseeing Derek Chauvin's Civil Rights Case Accepts Plea Deal

A federal judge has accepted a plea deal in former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s civil rights case and will sentence him to 20 to 25 years, in addition to his prior convictions related to George Floyd’s murder. Chauvin pleaded guilty in December 2021 to violating George Floyd’s constitutional rights, admitting …

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Drake Claps Back at Troll That Made Joke About His Son Adonis, Then Follows Man’s Wife on Instagram ‘Cause She’s Probably Miserable’

Drake Claps Back at Troll That Made Joke About His Son Adonis, Then Follows Man's Wife on Instagram

Drake doesn’t play when it comes to his son, Adonis. He responded to a troll that commented about Adonis ‘playing with ghostwriters.’ It all started when Drake commented on an Instagram post criticizing NBA dads. The troll responds, “Ya son prolly play with ghost writers.”  In true Certified Lover Boy fashion, …

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Eminem Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eminem Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eminem is being welcomed to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame along with some other eligible candidates. The 2022 Fame class includes Eminem, Lionel Richie, and Dolly Parton, though she asked not to be inducted. John Sykes, Chairman of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, released a statement. …

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Morris Brown College Regains Accreditation After 20 Year Fight

Morris Brown College Regains Accreditation After 20 Year Fight

Morris Brown College has regained its full accreditation after a fight that has spanned two decades. The historically Black college made the announcement this week after previously falling $30 million in debt thanks to financial mismanagement from former leadership. Morris Brown’s accreditation was snatched away in 2002, and the school …

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Soon to be Buried Woman Bangs on Casket Lid at Her Own Funeral

Woman Bangs on Her Own Casket at Her Funeral

In Peru, a woman’s burial was disrupted when she began pounding on the casket lid, indicating that she was still alive. Relatives were shocked to find Rosa Isabel Cespede Callaca, 36, with her eyes wide open in the casket. Rosa was transported to Referential Hospital Ferrenafe, where she was immediately …

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