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Starbucks Is The New Battle Ground For Social Change: Philadelphia Coffee House Illuminates Jim Crow White Space Culture

I believe it was just a few years before my father past away when he told me not to get involved with women who call the police on you. Our parents raised four boys and much of the life lessons we were taught were predicated on character, respect, and it was a major taboo if

A Black Panther’s Last Stand: The Perilous Fight Of America’s Last Political Prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal Persist

While many within the black community are now mesmerized by the Marvel film Black Panther, which is based on a futuristic fantasy of a technologically advanced African Nation called Wakanda, the perils of a true Panther is continuously embroiled in a realistic fight for justice, for judicial correctness, and the power of people’s longevity in

Racial Profiling In America At Its Best: Profiling Of Two Black Rockhurst University Women Highlights Dining While Black In Missouri

Can you image spending hours of free time shopping at your local mall? Its a pass time shared by many American women for generations. At some point though, all of that foot work tends to wear down on consumers, and most venues have various places to eat within the facility, like a food court, and

Caught In The Act: Maryland Hospital Exposed By Mental Health Professional In Growing National Crisis Of Patient Dumping

While I’m certain that many across the nation were outraged at a video surfacing on social media, in which a female patient was dumped on a bus stop, only wearing socks and a thin night gown on a frigid night in midtown Baltimore a few weeks ago, the practice is not an anomaly, and more

Honors Teen Phylicia Barnes Went Missing In Baltimore 7 Years Ago Today: Shauntel Sallis-Evans Gives Disturbing New Details In The Case And Recounts The Horror Of Searching For Her Kid Sister

In the past seven years I have spoken to Shauntel (Phylicia Barnes’ oldest sister), her mother Janice, and other members of the Barnes family for various articles I have written about Phylicia case, so when I reached out recently to the health care professional (Nurse) on social media she agreed to speak to me again,

An Officer Down: The Dichotomy Of Baltimore’s Policing In Wake Of Slain Detective

The entire city of Baltimore has been on edge the last few months with a rash of shootings that has raised the homicide rate in the city to over 300 for the second straight year. Crime as a whole seems to have began to spiked with a rash of violent crimes being committed by juveniles

Goodson Cleared In BCPD Internal Probe: Did Wagon Driver Get Away With Killing Freddie Gray?

Now that a Baltimore City Police Department internal probe of officer Ceasar Goodson has concluded with his acquittal for his alleged misconduct in the death of Freddie Gray, outrage and other questions continue to linger about how Gray sustained what would be fatal injuries on the day he was arrested on Baker street in West

Slain Honors Teen Phylicia Barnes Remembered In Fashion Line: E’nomisis Apparel Helps Family Recover From Tragic Ending Of Promising Kid From North Carolina

Its hard to believe that in the seven years since Janice and Raheem Mustafa’s middle daughter (Phylicia Simone Barnes) met a fateful tragedy while visiting relatives on her biological father’s side of the family, no one has ever been prosecuted for this promising child’s murder. In the years following her killing, a lot of tears,

Slain Georgia Teen’s Cold Case Turned Five Years Old: Crime Blogger Has An Audio Message About “Honey” Marie Malone

The tragedy of what happened to Flora Malone’s youngest daughter five years ago is simply too heartbreaking to some up in pages of the local press or on a blogger’s headlines. Vanessa who was affectionately known as “Honey” was only 100 pounds soak and wet a family says, which makes it more disturbing that someone

The Tragedy Of An Entire Baltimore Family’s Murder By Drug Dealers: Dawson Safe Haven Community Center Erected At Sight Of House Fire In Memory Of Slain Family

She wasn’t a typical Baltimore mother, passionate, tough, and a woman who cared about the community that her children were growing up in. Angela Dawson and her husband Carnell were raising 6 kids in a small neighborhood tucked away behind the infamous Greenmount Cemetery in a gritty section of East Baltimore, where the remains of

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