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I'm a Journalist,Activist, Publisher, Journalist, Entrepreneur, Orator and Film Maker. Attended the University of Northwestern where I studied Biblical theology and Film. I’ve traveled around the world met some greatest leaders in the world and worked with some of the greatest religious leaders of our times.As a Journalist and an Activist, I’ve dedicated my career highlighting black/brown people struggles through my films,education and creative world.

Supreme Court to overturn historic abortion rights decision in MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi’s attorney general is trying to have it overturned.The Roe v. Wade case that unfolded in 1973, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S. as long as it came before viability.

Report from the Associated Press, General Lynn Fitch tells the Supreme Court justices that they should overturn the decision.

“Under the Constitution, may a State prohibit elective abortions before viability? Yes. Why? Because nothing in constitutional right, structure, history, or tradition supports a right to abortion,” he said in a brief.

General Fitch says the outcome of the Roe v. Wade was “egregiously wrong,” and he wants the Supreme Court to allow a law that would make it illegal to get an abortion at the 15-week mark of pregnancy. Currently, people who are pregnant can get an abortion until around the 24-week mark—a time when a fetus has reached “viability.

CEO and president of the Center for Reproductive Rights Nancy Northup, who strongly opposes General Fitch’s argument.

“Today’s brief reveals the extreme and regressive strategy, not just of this law, but of the avalanche of abortion bans and restrictions that are being passed across the country,” she said in a statement today. “Their goal is for the Supreme Court to take away our right to control our own bodies and our own futures — not just in Mississippi, but everywhere.”

10 months after President Joe Biden— a Democratic nominee for the presidential office—assured public that he would make Roe v. Wade the “law of the land” if the decision were ever overturned. He answered the question after then President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett, a woman who was known to challenge the decision, were confirmed as a justice (she eventually was).

“We don’t know exactly what she will do, although the expectation is that she may very well move to overrule Roe,” Biden said at the time. “… The only responsible response to that,” he continued, “would be to pass legislation and make Roe the law of the land. That’s what I would do.”

White america:’I don’t care if you think I’m Satan reincarnated. The fact is you can’t look at that television and say nothing happened on the 6th.’

As the President of the free world I have a strong words for people questioning the seriousness of the January 6 Capitol insurrection.

“I don’t care if you think I’m Satan reincarnated,” he said Wednesday at a CNN town hall in Cincinnati. “The fact is you can’t look at that television and say nothing happened on the sixth and listen to people who say this was a peaceful march.”

President Joe Biden was asked at a town hall whether he was confident US lawmakers could cooperate.

“I stand by what I said,” Biden told Lemon. “Never before has there been an attempt by state legislatures to take over the ability to determine who won – not count the votes, determine who won.”

Read the original article on Insider

White man arrested for assaulting Black teen with belt.

A white man in Carroll County, Georgia was arrested for assaulting a Black teen in his neighborhood, NBC affiliate 11 Alive reported.

According to Latika Sim, her 15-year-old son Maliyk Sim was at her sister’s house in the Villa Rica area when he called her to inform her that he’d been attacked by 29-year-old Matthew Martel. He told her that he hit his head after the man placed his hands on his neck and threw his body against the garage. Per home security footage, Martel also charged toward the teen before pulling out a belt and hitting him.

“I was just panicked,” Latika said after watching the video.

Matthew Martel faces charges of cruelty to children, disorderly conduct, battery and simple assault for his attack of 15-year-old Maliyk Sim.

“I was just, like, in 2021 I could not believe that a fully grown man would think that it was okay to come outside with a belt…I have never once thought, ‘You know what, let me take my belt off and beat somebody else’s kid.’”

Though Latika wishes Maliyk would have stood up for himself just a little more, she is happy that he didn’t as she is unaware of how that situation might have ended.

“My son has played football, he has played every sport, he is fully capable of defending himself. But he knew he could not defend himself. So he walked away. He walked away and still this man is chasing him with a belt. So now I am in a full panic because my kids are unprotected,” said Latika.

She continued, “He…knows that if he would have defended himself, then he probably would have went to jail or the reality [is], he probably would have been dead.”

Following the incident, Martel was taken into custody on charges of counts, including cruelty to children, disorderly conduct, battery and simple assault. Amid his arrest, he told cops that he attacked Maliyk because he was upset with his use of profanity. It was also revealed that the 29-year-old was out on bond for another child cruelty case.

See footage of the attack below.

Deputy shoots stranded Black “gay” man 10 times after giving him a ride home

The White officer from the Spotsylvania County deputy has been identified by name spoke with Isaiah’s brother after after giving him a ride home.

“He was like, ‘Your brother is fine. He’s not in trouble. His car broke down and I gave him a ride,’” Isaiah’s brother, Tazmon Brown, told the outlet.

About half an hour later, Isaiah called 911 to report what the sheriff’s office classified as a domestic situation. Isaiah was reportedly complaining about a dispute with Tazmon, who told NBC 4 that his brother was likely calling the police because he wanted a ride back to his car and was worried about it getting towed.

The same deputy who gave Isaiah a ride earlier in the night responded to the call, and within minutes of arriving at the house began firing shots, Isaiah’s siblings said.

“There was no warning. As soon as I seen blue lights, I heard shots,” Tazmon said. “The officer just started shooting at him for no reason. I didn’t hear a warning shot. All I heard was, ‘Hands up!’ one time. And all [Isaiah] had was his phone, so I know he put his hands up.”

Isaiah’s sister, Yolanda Brown, added, “I’m just still trying to figure out where [the deputy] felt the threat at, to feel the need to shoot.

Virginia State Police, which is investigating the incident, confirmed Isaiah was unarmed during the incident.

According to Yolanda, Isaiah is currently in the ICU undergoing surgery for his multiple gunshot wounds. He was shot in the face, chest and pelvic area.

NBC 4 writes that Isaiah’s siblings are considering legal action against the department and have reached out to the NAACP for help.

Sheriff’s deputy who shot Isiah Brown indicted on felony charge

David Turbyfill, a Virginia sheriff’s deputy, was indicted on Thursday (July 15) by a grand jury on a felony charge of reckless handling of a firearm after the April shooting of Isiah Brown. According to Brown’s lawyer, Turbyfill shot him eight times outside his home in Spotsylvania County.

According to officials, a reckless handling of a firearm charge is usually a misdemeanor. However, because of Brown’s significant injuries, Turbyfill has been charged with a felony. He remains on administrative leave from the sheriff’s department.

“Isiah Brown and his family are pleased that Spotsylvania County Deputy David Turbyfill has been indicted on a felony charge by a special grand jury in the April 21 shooting of Mr. Brown,” Brown’s attorney David Haynes said in a statement after the indictment.

“The shooting resulted in significant injuries to Mr. Brown which will undoubtedly impact him for the rest of his life,” he added.

As reported by REVOLT, Turbyfill gave Brown, a 32-year-old Black man, a ride home on the night of the shooting because his car broke down. Shortly after dropping him off at home, the deputy, who is white, was called back to the scene after Brown called 911 reporting a dispute with his brother.

During the call, Brown told the dispatcher, “I’m about to kill my brother” but said he was unarmed.

trying to erase MLK Jr., César Chávez and Susan B. Anthony from the Texas curriculum

Texas Gov.] Greg Abbott is trying to erase MLK Jr., César Chávez and Susan B. Anthony from the Texas curriculum and recast the KKK as the good guys,” one person reacted to the bill on Twitter. “This is an assault on history and it must be stopped.”

“When Jim Crow was first established, the process was slow, one outrage at a time. The state laws were systematically altered over a decade. I’m sure some ppl thought, ‘Look at that, another crazy thing’ and went on with their lives,” another tweeted. “DON’T REPEAT HISTORY.”

Democrats in Texas’ House of Representatives are currently in Washington, D.C.; where they traveled in hopes of blocking a restrictive voting bill in the state. While the new education bill has been passed in Senate, it won’t have a chance to become law until Democrats return and the House votes puts it to a vote.

The bill was authored by Republican State Sen. Bryan Hughes, who argued it would combat the “pernicious, wrong [and] harmful” effects of critical race theory, which is not currently taught in Texas public schools.

The vice president says access to voting should be a non-partisan issue.

“I have spoken to Republican senators — both elected Republicans and Republican leaders,” the VP said about the For the People Act, a sweeping voting rights bill that stalled in the Senate.

“I’ve talked with [Republican Sen. Lisa] Murkowski about this issue,” she added.

According to the Brennan Center for Justice, at least 14 states have passed laws that restrict voting access since May. The Justice Department is currently suing Georgia over a voting law the state enacted in April, alleging that the legislation specifically limits ballot access to Black voters.

Last week, Harris met with Black women leaders about the issue and spoke to Texas Democrats who broke quorum to block a controversial voting rights bill. According to CBS, she’s also planning to meet with Native American and Alaskan native leaders next week to discuss voting rights.

“There is a lot of work to be done. There is no question about that,” she said. “I join the chorus in saying that everyone has to approach this issue with a sense of urgency and a sense of deep-seated commitment to fighting against these efforts to suppress the vote.

A Retarded White Woman Only Gets Probation After Spitting On Black Woman.WHITE PRIVILEGE STRIKES AGAIN:

“White retarded and dumb white people commits hate crimes against Black People they called that White Privilege.”Sdwjr #FPC

In January, as groups of people gathered to protest different causes, Keren Prescott and her friend showed up as representatives of the BLM movement. As they shouted “Black lives matter,” Yuliya Gishteyn allegedly responded, “All lives matter,” prompting an argument between the parties. Amid the exchange, Prescott told Gishteyn to keep her distance because she was without a mask, and the white woman spit at her face.

“When she attacked me, and the police didn’t believe me, that was white privilege,” she said. “When the police held me back, and she was led away, that was white privilege…The fact she was in here today and didn’t even get a slap on the wrist, that is white privilege.”

Yuliya Gishteyn is now added to the long list of names of folks who committed hate crimes and violent acts towards Black women who don’t get prosecuted fairly. Whites and even other races get the bare minimum of consequences, if anything at all, when it comes to being disciplined regarding a crime against Black women. Most recently, former officer Brett Hankison didn’t face any charges after it was found that he killed Breonna Taylor when he and other officers executed a no-knock warrant on her home while looking for her ex-boyfriend who didn’t live there. We can even go back to 1991, when Soon Da Ju shot 15-year-old Latasha Harlins in the back of the head after a dispute over a $1.79 bottle of orange juice and wasn’t sentenced to any jail time.

Black people are also more likely to be sentenced harshly in court, so we can’t help but wonder what Prescott’s sentence would have been if the tables were turned.

Black women are more vulnerable to experience all types of violence but we are also more vulnerable to not getting justice regarding crimes committed against us. Sadly this pattern is slow to die.

“White retarded and dumb white people commits hate crimes against Black People they called that White Privilege.”Sdwjr

White woman granted probation after spitting on Black woman at protest

A white woman who was captured as she spit on a Black woman amid a Connecticut protest was granted probation, the Associated Press reported.

In January, as groups of people gathered to protest different causes, Keren Prescott and her friend showed up as representatives of the BLM movement. As they shouted “Black lives matter,” Yuliya Gishteyn allegedly responded, “All lives matter,” prompting an argument between the parties. Amid the exchange, Prescott told Gishteyn to keep her distance because she was without a mask, and the white woman spit at her face.

Gishteyn initially faced a breach of peace charge, but upon further review of video from the incident, the charges were upgraded to include deprivation of rights, third-degree criminal attempt to commit assault, first-degree reckless endangerment and risk of injury to a child.

On Wednesday (July 21), during a court hearing, Hartford Superior Court Judge Sheila Prats announced that the white woman’s punishment will come in the form of a probation program specifically designed for first-time offenders.

Per the terms, Gishteyn must complete 100 hours of anti-hate courses within a two-year period. Upon completion of the curriculum, all charges will be dropped against her, leaving her with no criminal record.

Gishteyn acknowledged that she was “completely out of character” and apologized for her actions. Prescott, who was upset with the judge’s ruling, attributed Prats’ decision to “white privilege.”

“When she attacked me, and the police didn’t believe me, that was white privilege,” she told the Hartford Courant. “When the police held me back, and she was led away, that was white privilege…The fact she was in here today and didn’t even get a slap on the wrist, that is white privilege.”

Prats argued against Prescott’s claims, explaining that her decision to grant Gishteyn with probation was solely because her actions weren’t deemed serious enough to prohibit her entry into the program.

Louisville woman dies in police custody, family demands justice

The family of Ta’Neasha Chappell, a Louisville woman who died while in custody at an Indiana jail, are on a quest for answers and have hired a well-known legal team to help them learn more about her mysterious death. According to the Louisville Courier Journal, the 23-year-old’s relatives have recruited attorneys Sam Aguiar, Lonita Baker and Ben Crump — the lawyers representing Breonna Taylor’s case.

“Our team has been given the privilege of seeking truth and justice for the family of Ta’Neasha Chappell,” Aguiar wrote in a statement on Wednesday (July 21). “More to come ASAP.”

Chappell was being held in Jackson County Jail on shoplifting charges connected to an alleged theft of clothing at a Polo Ralph Lauren and a subsequent high-speed chase.

After a little over a month in custody, she was taken to the Schneck Memorial Hospital where she took her last breaths. According to authorities, the 23-year-old was transferred to the hospital because she throwing up and was feverish on Thursday (July 15). She passed away the following day at 6 pm, and her family was informed nearly two hours later.

Chappell’s sister, Ronesha Murrell, said that the 23-year-old complained about issues she was having with staff and other inmates. On one occasion, a noose was found in her bed, causing her to fear for her life. Two weeks before her death, however, she seemed to be in a much better space.

Per Murrell, “very little details” about her death have been shared by state police, and the jail has been irresponsive. An investigation into the incident is underway. Pending the results of the 23-year-old’s autopsy, state police have chosen not to comment on the matter.

“We don’t anticipate any further statements until investigators receive the autopsy and toxicology results, which typically takes several days or longer,” a state police spokesman said.

all black men are called “angry” especially Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn an “angry” activist

Harry Dunn, a Black Capitol Police officer who fought off Trump-supporting insurrectionists on Jan. 6, have responded after Fox News host Tucker Carlson called him an “angry, left-wing political activist.”

On Wednesday (July 21), Carlson attacked Officer Dunn on his Fox News segment. Dunn is set to testify next Tuesday (July 27) before the House of Representatives committee that will investigate the Capitol riot.

“Dunn will pretend to speak for the country’s law enforcement community, but it turns out Dunn has very little in common with your average cop. Dunn is an angry, left-wing political activist,” Carlson said before linking the cop to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Frankly, the last thing Carlson wants is for the truth to emerge of what happened that day. We know he is racist and Fox News can’t do anything about it.

Jennifer Garner Makes The Same Breakfast Every Morning To Stay In Amazing Shape

Who cares about this headline to be earnest and if anyone does it mean their lives suck. It really really sucks and they need to be admitted or oriented to new king of lifestyle or social livelihood something that keeps them a from other people person life. Don’t tell me nothing is wrong with being nosy and fact you think nothing is wrong with it tells me you need visit a psychiatrist asap. I am not going to repeat it again.

I made sound like a straight hater and that is okay for anyone reading this blog. But earnestly, are people that bore in their mind that they don’t have anything else to do but to read on what Jennifer Garner makes in the Morning for breakfast. I don’t care if you her biggest fan on earth. Get a life! If you love her and she is your favorite celebrity on the planet then you favorite celebrity want some privacy from you and you and rest of the world.

I want to say something to Jennifer Garner so called fans this question. Do your think she is the one making these early morning breakfast that keeps her amazing body in shape? Does anyone think she planned her daily meals at all. If you agree, she doesn’t make breakfast then what is the heck in the world are you reading this blog? She does none of those stuff so get a life, and if you don’t have one I recommend reading a book and stay off social media. I am freaky serious before you get bully out!!

Okay!!! Enough of my condemnation about her fans who loves Jennifer Garner amazing morning breakfast that keeps her looking sexy. In fact I like Jennifer Garner as a person and as an actress. She is an amazing person in many ways and she does carry herself as a role model. Even thus I like her and what she does I still maintained a personal life that keeps me busy away from her personal life.

Don’t be a lonely fan who don’t have a life. You thought what an amazing feeling it will be if Jennifer Garner was seating and read about your life as her fan. A lot of your who are her fans are becoming retarded fans which post a deep concern to Jennifer Garner and to your very self. …. I hate to called your RETARDED!!