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Amateur Videos Reshaping Police Use of Deadly Force?

The age of the “camera phone” has now capitalized on the five senses of the news consumers and online social justice seekers. Over the past year, countless amateur videos have flooded the internet involving alleged accounts of police misconduct towards citizens. 82 more words

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I Got Job Scammed...Almost!

If you’re like the ladies of All Access Blog, degree or not, finding a job right now is like looking for a needle in a haystack! 3,036 more words

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WATCH: Black Activist Politely Schools CNN on Racism—'Whiteness Gets Nuance; Blackness Doesn't'

By David Edwards

Social activist Deray McKesson criticized the media over the weekend for the way they had handled a white biker shootout in Texas with “nuance,” but black rioters in Baltimore who did not kill anyone were not “humanized” in the same way. 232 more words

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#BlackLivesMatter: antoinettetoni

“Through almost unimaginable loss, these families of the fallen have tapped a courage and resolve that many of us will never know. And we draw comfort and strength from their example … These Americans have done their duty. 60 more words


What's the difference between you and I?

From immigration reform to ethnic tension in Jerusalem to the Ferguson Missouri shooting the entire world is focused on the racial divide separating human beings. If I were to make the claim that there is no difference between the races it would most likely be taken tongue in cheek. 276 more words


Don't blame the tactics

Hola. Hope you are well.

I was watching a news report about the riots in Ferguson and the riots in Baltimore. The reporter was explaining that the police got their tactics wrong in both places. 107 more words

Inside The Mind Of An Unknown Comedian

Garbage collectors are more likely to die on the job than police patrol officers

This weekend, Americans will remember their fallen soldiers, a holiday traditionally observed with barbecues and the Indianapolis 500 car race. The US military isn’t the only industry that often asks the ultimate sacrifice of its workers. 343 more words