Ferguson residents have turned anger into action — but say some wounds won’t heal

Ferguson residents have turned anger into action — but say some wounds won’t heal

AMNA NAWAZ: Now, we return to Ferguson, Missouri, where, five years after the killing of MichaelBrown, a community is still healing.Our own Yamiche Alcindor went to Ferguson and reports that, while some progress hasbeen made, many who lived through that day and the protests and the unrest that followedsaid their lives have been changed forever.LESLEY […]

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Are Fried Chicken & Watermelon Racist? | Decoded | MTV News

Are Fried Chicken & Watermelon Racist? | Decoded | MTV News

– Why do alarm bells go off whenever people talk abouthow black people just love fried chicken and watermelon?(upbeat music)Hey, friends, it’s Franchesca,here to confirm once and for allthat yes, everyone loves fried chicken.Damn.But chances are you’ve heard the black people,fried chicken, watermelonstereotype before.Recently a prom proposal went viral on Twitterbecause apparently the correct way […]

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse: Character Creation/ Human, Namekian, Majin Race Confirmed News Update

Dragon Ball Xenoverse: Character Creation/ Human, Namekian, Majin Race Confirmed News Update

Yo! what’s going on sexy YouTube individuals and Dragon Ball Zenthusiast out there…this your boy RBG AKA RandomBlackGamer coming back at you with anotherDragonball Xenoverse news updates/ analogy video.It’s been a good minute since anything DBXV related has surfaced on the web,but you can rest assured when some new information does leak the entire blogusphere…will […]

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5 years after Michael Brown’s death, what has changed in Ferguson — and what hasn’t

5 years after Michael Brown’s death, what has changed in Ferguson — and what hasn’t

NICK SCHIFRIN: Tomorrow marks the fifth anniversary of the day Michael Brown Jr. was shot andkilled by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.His death touched off months of protests and raised questions about the police’s use offorce, race relations and criminal justice in the U.S..Political correspondent Yamiche Alcindor traveled back to Ferguson to see what […]

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White farm murders in South Africa – Race hate, politics or greed? | Foreign Correspondent

White farm murders in South Africa – Race hate, politics or greed? | Foreign Correspondent

(REPORTER) Apartheid tore South Africa apart.Some say the white oppressors are now the persecuted.White farms are being robbed and farmers murdered.– Not only do they kill but the way they kill. They torture you.– The government says they’re crimes like any other, in a society where poverty breeds violence.– There is crime which is affecting […]

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An ‘unapologetic’ black feminist on accelerating the pace of change

An ‘unapologetic’ black feminist on accelerating the pace of change

JUDY WOODRUFF: Questions of race and power are obviously not limited to the movies.In tonight’s Brief But Spectacular, we hear from cultural theorist, author and professorBrittney Cooper.She calls on us to look at the past during this Black History Month and recognize changeshouldn’t always be gradual.Cooper recently came out with a new book, “Eloquent Rage: […]

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