A PETITION TO RENAME EDMUND PETTUS BRIDGE AFTER CIVIL RIGHTS ICON JOHN LEWIS WHO DIED JULY 17

Rename Pettus Bridged
Representative John Lewis seen on the historic 'Edmund Pettus Bridge' died July 17, 2020 One of our nation's legends of the Civil Rights Movement, who fought tirelessly for equality, civil rights, and justice for all, Representative John Lewis died July 17, 2020. Truly a sad, sad day in our nation's history. JOHN LEWIS BRIDGE PETITION Michael Starr Hopkins is the founder of the 'The John Lewis Bridge Project'. Hopkins talked with MSNBC about his initiative to rename the historic ...
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NICK CANNON ‘S CONTRACT TERMINATED WITH VIACOMCBS OVER REMARKS MADE ON ‘CANNON’S CLASS’ PODCAST

ViaComCBS Terminates Nick Cannon's Contract
Caution: Video Below Contains Controversial Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx4uavL5STU Nick Cannon's Contract Terminated By ViaComCBS Over Remarks On 'Cannon's Class' Podcast What Was The Context Of Discussion That Led To Cannon's Termination? Cannon and his guest host, Professor Griff were discussing components of Psychiatrist, Dr. Francis Wesling's 'The Isis Papers': The Keys to The Color or melanin in one's skin. More specifically, during the clip responsible for Ca...
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WARNING: SENSITIVE SOCIAL CLIMATE-DO NOT ENGAGE IN FRIVOLOUS ENCOUNTERS

Do Not Engage
DO NOT ENGAGE Do Not Engage | Avoid Unnecessary Confrontation Or Actions That May Bring Harm To Your Or Others A recommendation to all who are seeking to avoid potential confrontations in today's sensitive social climate. 'Do Not Engage' in frivolous encounters. Avoid approaching strangers and telling them what they should or should not be doing in any given moment unless it is to assist or protect them in some way in which you feel comfortable. Why the recommendation? Recent personal exp...
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THE CONTRACT-TREVOR NOAH DELIVERS A SIGNIFICANT MESSAGE ON RACE IN AMERICA

The Message Trevor Noah delivers a significant message on race in America or 'The Contract' as he refers to it in his powerful and impassioned monologue. The perfect metaphor that explains the message of the duality of the America citizens are witnessing in full color during one of the most uncertain times in our nation. Systemic racism at its peak, a worldwide pandemic that has claimed over 100k lives in less than three months in the U.S. alone, and one of the most unprecedented unemployme...
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IMPEACHMENT TRIAL | HAMILTON FEDERALIST PAPERS REFERENCED

Impeachment Trial
Impeachment Trial | February 4, 2020 Impeachment Trial President Trump's Impeachment Trial, live to the public on February 4, 2020, with acquittal votes for or against set to occur February 5, 2020. Members of Congress have an allotted time to make an argument for or against Trump's Impeachment of quilt or innocense related to articles. The Articles Of Impeachment outline the Constitutional reasons for the removal of a President from office, “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Mi...
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