She Belongs to the Streets … 304s Compete for Attention in their Magic City Uniform in ATL – YouTube

This is just sad and disgusting at the same time… these the kinda yamp who danced with Kevin Samuels died and don’t want ANY kind of scrutiny or accountability for anything they do…..

She Belongs to the Streets … 304s Compete for Attention in their Magic City Uniform in ATL#modernwomen #datingadvice #relationships

She Belongs to the Streets … 304s Compete for Attention in their Magic City Uniform in ATL – YouTube

10 Games By Black Developers That You Need To Play Right Now – AfroTech

When it comes to the gaming industry, Black people are severely underrepresented within companies. According to the 2017 International Game Developers Association Satisfaction Survey, only one percent of professionals within the industry identify as Black.

This lack of representation often leaves some titles with frustrating content. From games that either replicate stereotypes or just pretend Black people don’t exist, it’s an understandably frustrating experience. However, there are developers outside of the major companies that everybody knows.

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Three Children Attacked a Black Woman. A Sheriff’s Deputy Arrived — and Beat Her More. — ProPublica

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deputy accused of holding a Black woman by her hair and slamming her head repeatedly into the pavement with such force that a witness to the Sept. 20 incident said it ripped several of Shantel Arnold’s braids from her scalp. A 14-second video captured the incident in the New Orleans suburb where, for decades, Black residents have accused the Sheriff’s Office of targeting them.

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Upon Further REVUE: Positive K – I Got A Man – YouTube

I only roast the ones I love. And I used to love this damn song. I didn’t realize how creepy it was at the time though so I’m partially blaming some of my trash youth ways on this bop (yea, I know. I’m fulla shxt!). This jawn is the anthem of all dudes who holla at gas stations. It’s also the anthem for all men that say, “What? You can’t have a friend?” (Has that line ever worked?)

Upon Further REVUE: Positive K – I Got A Man – YouTube

Nigerian Woman Builds Software for Teaching African Languages | EYEGAMBIA

In what many refer to as an excellent initiative to sustain African languages in the modern era, a young Nigerian-American woman known as Omolabake Adenle has developed a software which teaches about five local African languages with expectations to expand the scope in the near future.

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Black Woman Was Pinned Down and Stripped Naked While Male Officers Watched

 

​Ariel Harrison

After being arrested for allegedly driving drunk, a 31-year-old mother of three was taken to an Illinois jail, where she was held down and forcibly stripped naked in front of male officers, according to recently obtained videos.

Corrections officers say the woman, Ariel Harrison, was uncooperative and that they only removed her clothes because she wouldn’t comply with their orders to undress. But she says she was afraid of being sexually assaulted—and that she shouldn’t have been detained in the first place.

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Secret history: the warrior women who fought their enslavers | Slavery | The Guardian

This is what warrior women look like…

Growing up in New York in the 1970s Rebecca Hall craved heroes she could relate to – powerful women who could take care of themselves and protect others. But pickings were slim. The famed feminists of the time, Charlie’s Angels and The Bionic Woman, didn’t cut it for her.

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How Kansas City, Kansas, Police Ignored Rape, Murder and Terrorism of Black Women

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The Blue Klux Klan up to their usual BS….. lying and preying on the weak

Content Warning: The following article contains graphic details of sexual assault.

What you are about to read is a true story.

This is a story about a law enforcement officer in Kansas City, Kan., who elected officials, private citizens, lawmakers and fellow police officers who have publicly accused of corruption, sexual assault and even murder. But this is not a story about a man. This is not a story about a police officer. This is not a story about Kansas City, a rapist, a serial killer, policing or America. This is a story about us. This story is about the fundamental question of who we are as human beings.

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