We must understand that the drugs in the Black community are no accident. It is something that was very planned and programmed to bring about our downfall. These drugs, like guns, are not brought into the Black community by Blacks like many of us are lead to believe. It is dumped into our communities by a Racist system that has always wanted to see us either dead or in cages. As stated above, “We don’t own any planes or ships.” Why do you introduce Drugs into the Black community? It allows you to once again “legally” enslave Black folks through some bullshit propaganda of a Drug War that sends us to prison; the biggest business in Amerikkka. It also destroys Black families and greatly reduces the Black population; all major aims of White Supremacy. We cannot be fooled into believing these things are brought into our communities by us. They dump these things into our neighborhoods and then sit back as if they did nothing wrong. We must realize what is going on in order to be able to combat it effectively.
Written By @KingKwajo
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News Reporter, Journalist
Cory McGinnis joined FOX 5 in June 2014 as a Multi-media Journalist. He’s no stranger to the Peach State. Although Cory was raised in Chicago, his family moved to Atlanta when he was a teenager. He began his broadcasting career at WJBF-TV in Augusta as a reporter covering courts and crime.
He then made the jump to ABC 33/40 in Birmingham. Cory has been recognized for his ability to relate to the audience and tell great stories. He has received numerous awards. Most recently he was recognized as “Best Investigative Reporter” in the state of Alabama by Governor Robert Bentley.
Cory is a graduate of Kennesaw State University where he received his Bachelors in Mass Communications.
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CEO, STEM, Educator
Angela is the Founder & CEO NewME Accelerator. Launched in 2011, NewME’s mission is to accelerate, educate, and empower underrepresented tech talent around the world. NewME Accelerator has received critical acclaim from The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and Inc. Magazine, among others for the work they are doing to ensure the technology industry is accessible to women and minorities.
Additionally, Angela and the inaugural class of NewME Accelerator were featured in CNN’s award winning documentary series Black in America: The New Promised Land: Silicon Valley in 2011.
Angela’s previous experience spans a variety of industries and roles. She has worked at several InterActive Corp businesses including RealEstate.com, LendingTree.com, and RushmoreDrive.com. In 2007 she launched BlackWeb20.com, the leading online publication for African-Americans interested in Technology and New Media.
Angela graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications with a specialization in Digital Design. She has also completed postgraduate coursework in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Georgia.
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The Bloods have vowed to kill more Jersey City cops to avenge the thug the police shot dead this week after he executed a rookie officer, The Post has learned.
The violent street gang has threatened to “kill a Jersey City cop and not stop until the National Guard is called out,” a senior law enforcement source revealed.
Police are even being warned that violent Bloods gang members may be traveling from out of state to target officers in New Jersey, according to an internal New Jersey State Police advisory obtained by The Post.
“New Jersey State Police has received credible information from the Jersey City Police Department about specific threats toward Jersey City police officers and law enforcement,” the advisory read.
“The United Blood Nation may take retaliatory action against police officers.”
The New Jersey State Police advisory cautioned that officers should remain vigilant and be aware of “the potential for Bloods traveling into Jersey City.”
Cops throughout New Jersey have been warned to use extra caution due to the threatened retaliation, which follows three police-involved shootings in the city.
The gang threat was made in direct response to the fatal Jersey City police shooting of Lawrence Campbell moments after he ambushed Officer Melvin Santiago in a Walgreens parking lot early Sunday.
Santiago had been responding to an armed robbery at the 24-hour drugstore when Campbell unleashed a barrage of bullets, leaving 13 holes across the patrol car’s windshield.
Santiago, 23, was shot in the head.
His partner dodged the bullets and returned fire, killing Campbell.
It was not clear Tuesday if Campbell, 27, was a member of the Bloods.
The tip about the threat came from a credible source who has provided valuable information about gang activities in the past, authorities said.
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College Football Coach
David L. Shaw (born July 31, 1972) is the head coach of the Stanford Cardinal football team. Shaw was the team’s offensive coordinator for the entire tenure of head coach Jim Harbaugh from 2007 to 2010. Previously, Shaw was a four-year letter winner playing as a wide receiver for the Cardinal from 1991 to 1994, where he was coached by Dennis Green and Bill Walsh. Prior to returning to Stanford as offensive coordinator, Shaw was Harbaugh’s passing game coordinator at the University of San Diego and an assistant coach in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens.
Shaw was born in San Diego, California and moved with his family around the country following his father Willie’s career as an NFL coach. Shaw played high school football at Rochester Adams High School in Rochester Hills, Michigan while his father coached for the Detroit Lions.
In 1989, Willie accepted a coaching job at Stanford University and the family moved back to the Bay Area where David ultimately graduated from James Logan High School in Union City, California.
He went on to attend Stanford University, Shaw was also on the Stanford men’s basketball and track teams while at the University before earning a B.A. in sociology in 1995.
Shaw and his wife Kori have three children.
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A Chicago man landed himself in jail when he thought slapping a 79-year-old Black judge twice and yelling “Rosa Parks, move” would get her out of his way. David Nicosia, 55, has been accused of committing a hate crime against Judge Arnette Hubbard for attacking her July 14, while she smoked outside the Daley Center in Chicago.
Nicosia, a business owner, was allegedly upset that the judge was smoking near him, authorities said. The two began arguing and Nicosia, who is white, stepped to her, yelled “Rosa Parks, move,” and spit on her. As he walked away, Hubbard followed him and called for assistance.
That didn’t stop Nicosia, who spit on Hubbard and slapped her for a second time. Law enforcement stepped in, arrested Nicosia, and charged him with
four counts of aggravated battery and a hate crime. Judge James Brown ordered Nicosia held on $90,000 bail Tuesday.
News Reporter, Journalist
Kelsey Davis joined the WDSU News team in July 2014 as a reporter.
Kelsey was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, but was raised in the Crescent City, Atlanta and San Antonio, Texas.
After graduating from high school in San Antonio, Kelsey attended Louisiana State University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, specializing in broadcast journalism in 2011.
While attending LSU, Kelsey was crowned Miss Louisiana State University 2010. She also interned with the Louisiana Lieutenant Governor’s Office from 2009-2011.
Kelsey has covered Tropical Storm Lee, stories throughout an eventful 2011 LSU Football season, the wild winter weather of 2014 and Miss USA 2014.
The Gillette one is hilarious
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