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Nzingha: Women in The Garvey Movement 2008

On Tuesday, June 14, the White House is welcoming over 5,000 women to the United State of… http://www.blackenterprise.com/career/3-reasons-why-you-should-live-stream-the-united-state-of-women-summit-on-june-14/

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Nzingha: Women in The Garvey Movement 2008

Driver pulled over for a traffic violation Expecting nothing more License and registration handy The patrolman approach the door “What’s the problem officer?” “What did I do wrong?’ Officer said nothing at all Just stared hard and long “Step out of the car nice and slow” “Don’t make any sudden moves” “Put your hands in the air” “Resist and you will loose” Young driver scared and confused Took off running away Worse decision ever made The price he had to pay Six shots in his back Two more to
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Nzingha: Women in The Garvey Movement 2008

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — A man in Alabama collapsed and died after officers sprayed him with pepper spray while arresting him after a chase, Tuscaloosa police said Saturday.
Anthony Dewayne Ware, 35, was pronounced dead on Friday at a Tuscaloosa hospital, according to police.
Tuscaloosa Police Sgt. Brent Blankeley said Saturday that officers responded to a call that a suspect wanted on charges of attempting to elude police was on the front porch of an apartment.
Police said Ware ran
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Nzingha: Women in The Garvey Movement 2008

Mike Tyson worewhat just might be the tightest pair of pants ever for his appearance on Thursday night’s “Lip Sync Battle” on Spike.
Tyson, who performed Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It,” was facing off against Terry Crews, who delivered an unforgettable version of Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles.”
But when it was all over, no one was talking about the music or the syncing. It was all about Tyson’sRead more…