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"Afraid Of The Dark" Examines Black Male Endangerment [TRAILER]

Via: Eurweb.com

Mya B. is honoring Travyon Martin, Jodran Davis, Sean Bell and Oscar Grant the young black males that have lost their lives “unjustly” in the documentary “ 49 more words

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Can You Read my Mind?

Can you read my mind?

Dumbstruck and out of luck;

Can you read my mind?

It feels just like a loaded gun

Hand on the trigger, aimed at everyone; 136 more words

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Oakland Coliseum BART Station Reopens After Closure By Police Brutality Protesters Gathered For MLK Day March

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A civil disturbance¬†temporarily¬†closed the Oakland Coliseum/Airport BART station Monday¬†afternoon, transit agency officials said.

BART officials issued a service advisory around 3:50 p.m. 401 more words

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2015 Thoughts (Super Late Sorry)

I know it is January 15, 2015, but I was stranded without my WordPress password for most of the year and I am really ashamed that I stopped writing in 2014. 309 more words

600 friends (a sestina)

38 years of life doesn’t seem long enough to have made 600 friends
maybe if i was pushing 600 and an ark instead of a mini van and had 350 years left… 685 more words

Poetry

Upcoming Event: Fruitvale Station Screening

The Vine Events is hosting a screening of film Fruitvale Station. The film is based on events leading to the death of Oscar Grant, an unarmed young man who was killed by a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) police officer on New Years Day in 2009. 89 more words

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Hundreds Gather At Oakland's Fruitvale BART Station To Remember Oscar Grant

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Several hundred people gathered in front of the Fruitvale BART station in Oakland Thursday to remember and celebrate the life of Oscar Grant III, who was shot and killed by a BART police officer there on New Year’s Day in 2009. 562 more words

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