Whistleblower: Compton Deputy Killed Teen to Join “Gang”

The biggest gang in AmeriKKKa is the boys in blue…

Los Angeles – The deputy who shot and killed 18-year-old Andres Guardado outside a car shop in Gardena was a prospective member of a violent clique inside the Compton Sheriff’s station, according to the sworn testimony of a whistleblower. Miguel Vega’s attorney did not respond to a request for comment but the law firm working with Guardado’s family, Panish Shea and Boyle LLP, confirmed they are looking into the allegations.

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‘Look at My Young Black Kings’: Three Brothers Create All-Natural Vegan Frozen Pops Inspired By Black Culture

This is so dope… good biz young men!

 

Amid a pandemic, a civil rights reckoning, and the heat of the Los Angeles summer, three young brothers are helping to cool the place down with a hip-hop-inspired healthy frozen pop business that donates a portion of its proceeds to charity.  

The brothers, 10-year-old Shiloh, 12-year-old Judah, and 14-year-old Nas Accius, started Jiggy Popp with the idea of introducing a healthy treat to their community. Through their all-natural-ingredient products, the boys aim to provide an accessible gateway to a vegan lifestyle while also giving back. Shiloh, Judah and Nas plan to donate a portion of their proceeds.

The boys’ musical backgrounds influenced their decision to donate their money to inner-city arts programs. The Fernando Pullum Arts Center in Leimert Park, where the boys often vend, is one of the chief recipients of nearly $6000 the boys have contributed so far.  

“It’s not only about just having access to art programs, it’s beyond that. It’s more about having a creative mindset and creative solutions,” Judah explained. “But for that to happen, people need to be creative. That’s where the idea popped in: Why not give back to arts programs. They help children, so why not help them help children.”  

Crediting music with enabling them to start their business in the first place, these lifelong musicians have infused their products with some hip-hop culture.

“Before, I was a street performer. I was bussing on the streets, I was playing my guitar,” explained eldest brother Nas. The money he earned there, matched by a gift from the trio’s dad, made up the $700 start-up cost for Jiggy Popp. Everything else, including the names of the pops, was the result of collaboration.  

“The flavors for our pops are Black culture-related,” Judah explained.  “We have things like Mango Unchained – Django Unchained – like the movie. We have Strawberry Better 23, like Strawberry Letter 23, which is a Prince song,” he pointed out. Other flavors like Georgia Peach on my Mind, Blackberry Gordy and Tropic Like it’s Hot are also a nod to Black culture.

One expert says that what these young men are doing is not only important for development but vital for the Black community. Will Campbell, professor of Entrepreneurship at Southern University and VP of Commercial Services and Mortgage Retail at Essential Federal Credit Union, pointed out the alarming wealth gap between black and white families. “Entrepreneurship is the only way we’re going to make up the wealth gap.” He added, “Creating those entrepreneurs with very innovative, creative, and bright minds. Training that mindset at an early age will help them develop that financial responsibility. It teaches stewardship early.”

The boys understand and accept their collective responsibility. “When people buy our pops it’s not just about more money,” Judah said.  “Most people we encounter are like ‘look at my young black kings out here hustling’. I feel like I’m inspiring people.” 

Each boy has hopes for the future of their business and their community. Shiloh hopes the business will grow and people will share it with their friends. Nas can’t help but think about a potential reality — that they may never have to work a 9 to 5.  “Once this is fully sustainable, this could be our life,” he said. “If I had to say what we wanted to do when we grow up, it’s this business.” 

Meanwhile, Judah hopes to continue to inspire people. “Every other kid could do this as well,” he pointed out. “I want to inspire people to be able to do what we do: Have their own company and thrive the way that we have. Moving forward I want to keep inspiring people.”  

‘Look at My Young Black Kings’: Three Brothers Create All-Natural Vegan Frozen Pops Inspired By Black Culture

NY Attorney General Orders Black Lives Matter Foundation to Stop Soliciting Donations – NBC New York

I’ll attach a few more links so u can look for yourself… I don’t fuck with Black Lives Matter the group for their LMNOP anti-Black male anti family views but you be the judge…

New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday ordered the Black Lives Matter Foundation, a California-based charity with no ties to the Black Lives Matter movement, to stop soliciting donations from New Yorkers after the organization has been criticized for misleading those who want to contribute to the movement to end police brutality. Continue reading

Curtis Austin: A Different Kind Of Cat: Black Panther Party

I’m about to read his book Up Against the Wall: Violence in the Making and Unmaking of the Black Panther Party as well….

Dr. Curtis Austin, Associate Professor, Dept of History, University of Oregon delivered this talk “A Different Kind of Cat: The Black Panther Party and Revolution in America”, Thursday, April 18, 2019

Sponsored by the Black Student Union.

California cops under fire after video shows them tackling, putting bag over head of 12-year-old

Cowards…. but as I always say they know who to pull it with cuz I know 12 year olds who would bring the funk…

Police officers in California’s capital are coming under fire after a video surfaced showing them forcing a 12-year-old black child to the ground and placing a “spit mask” over his head while he was in handcuffs. Continue reading

Illegal Experiments The US Government Has Done On Its Own Citizens

This gubment is not to be trusted….

The United States Government has a deeply dark history of experimenting on its own citizens. That sentence alone screams conspiracy theory, but the US government and military really have performed illegal and unethical tests on unsuspecting victims. Often participants didn’t even know what was really going on or were in no position to refuse treatment. Many of the experiments were deadly or left the victims with lifelong health problems. From subjecting sailors to mustard gas in WWII to getting street workers to get their customers jacked up on LSD – this collection of sinister experiments and the reasons behind them will blow your mind. Continue reading

Here’s when you can expect racial minorities to be the majority in each state

Interesting numbers….

The percentage of racial and ethnic minorities — people who identify as Hispanic, black, Asian, or “other” — in New Mexico eclipsed the percentage of white residents way back in 1994. California, New Mexico, and Texas weren’t far behind.

And by the year 2060, a total of 22 states are projected to have what demographers call, somewhat oxymoronically, “majority-minority” populations. Continue reading

Loyalty No Royalty, The Breakup Of Tony! Toni! Ton’e! Full Documentary W/ Out takes

Always wondered what happened with them….

LTNFF Winner for Best Documentary Loyalty No Royalty, the untold story of the break up of the legendary R&B band from Oakland, CA. The trio, in fact began as a six member band in 1988 and successfully climbed the charts into the late 1990’s. Unfortunately greed fueled mistrust and eventually the demise of the original band. EXTRA CREDITS TO SOUL TRAIN AND SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO. Soundtrack and 3TOB single is available on ambitiousrecords.net
Contact info for Elijah Baker email eb3lev@gmail.com / for booking 510-578-3766 /Instagram Elijah_Eb_baker / ambitiousrecords / Facebook Elijah EB Baker / Ambitious Records

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