Screw You!!

  What the heck?! Zimmerman is free, Obamacare faces more opposition, and lawd have mercy–Love & Hip Hop Atlanta ends their Second Season with an unexpected twist. What is this world coming too? Should we cry, march, or loot, laugh, riot, or shoot? I mean, really?  Neither of these issues are funny, I know, but I need to relieve […]

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Human Trafficking: Not Just a Man’s Profit

With $32 Billion for Grabs Annually, More Women are  Profiting from the Subjugation of Children & Other Women As terrible as human trafficking is for each subjugated person throughout the world, Sharon Buchbinder says women and children are especially vulnerable. Buchbinder, an award-winning author and health care researcher and an academic in higher education, says […]

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Puig, Dodgers Prove to be Legit

Yasiel Puig goes  Hollywood in front of a sold-out crowd at Dodgers Stadium with walk-off home run Los Angeles-In the bottom of the 11th inning with two outs on the scoreboard, Yasiel Puig hit a bombshell out of the ballpark, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 1-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds. It was […]

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NBA Stars Light up the Drew League

LOS ANGELES-The Drew League has been around for 40 years. And like fine wine, it keeps getting better with time. The anticipation of NBA stars filing into the King/Drew Magnet School gymnasium in South Los Angeles, was high. Buzz and rumors about the possibility of Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose showing up ran rampant throughout […]

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Walking to See Justice and to End Racial Profiling

LOS ANGELES-Emotions are still running high. A week after the verdict came down from the George Zimmerman criminal trial in which the neighborhood watch volunteer was found not guilty of committing second-degree murder or manslaughter in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by an all-women jury, those emotions have gone to another level. Many people around […]

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