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August 21, 2014

When Cops Shoot, They're Trained To Kill. They Never Shoot To Wound.

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Man Killed In St. Louis Officer-Involved Shooting Identified

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Michael Brown Reportedly Dreamt About His Death Before Shooting: Family

Michael Brown
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Moral Monday Movement Expands To 12 States For Week Of Protests

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Michael Brown Scholarship Fund Will Honor Late Teen's Legacy, Help Siblings Attend College

Michael Brown
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Even Russia Is Criticizing The Police Crackdown In Ferguson

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We've Been Looking At Gentrification All Wrong, And Here's The Chart To Prove It

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Shared Vision, Varying Styles

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Missouri Congressmen Meeting With Defense Secretary Hagel To Talk Police Militarization

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Report: White House Doesn't Rule Out Obama Trip To Ferguson

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The Horrific Risk Of Gun Violence For Black Kids In America

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Michael Brown Memorial Service Date Set

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NYPD's Notorious Former Top Cop Thinks Ferguson Is Out Of Hand

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Grand Jury Convened In Eric Garner Death

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Ferguson Mayor: 'There's Not A Racial Divide In Ferguson'

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KKK Leader Calls KKK Fundraiser For Darren Wilson 'A Scam'

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Renisha McBride's Family Sues For $10 Million

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Bar Association Calls On Prosecutor To Recuse Himself From Ferguson Investigation

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University Of Alabama Sorority Kicks Out Member For Sending Racist Snapchat

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Missouri State Senator: Ferguson Police Manhandled Pregnant Woman

Missouri State Sen Maria Chappellenadal
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How To Help Ferguson Get Food, Counseling, Education They Need

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This 1950s Photo Essay On Racism In America Is As Relevant As Ever

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T.I. On Ferguson Turmoil: 'America Has Created A Monster'

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These Are Some Of The Inspiring Things Ferguson Teachers Are Doing While School Is Postponed

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Nicki Minaj's 'Anaconda' Video Will Constrict Your Soul

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Mariah Carey And Nick Cannon Split Rumors Swirl

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Bill Cosby's Untold Story

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Rihanna Takes Short Shorts To New Heights

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Sean 'Diddy' Comb's Calls Out The President On Ferguson

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FLASHBACK: 16-Year-Old Kobe Takes Over High School Game

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Gospel Singer Calls Out Support For Ferguson, Denounces 'Preachers Of L.A.'

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Justin Timberlake Calls Madonna His 'Ninja,' Outrage Ensues

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Apparently, White Cops Are Easily Threatened

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Teens Create App To Document Police Brutality

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Will Smith And DJ Jazzy Jeff Awesomely Reunite In Vegas

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From indieWire:

Yes, really. We've written about The Help extensively on this site, and now the drama set in the 1960s segregated South will be presented in a special advanced screening at the 102nd NAACP National Convention next week, on July 27, at the Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 in Downtown Los Angeles.

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From the Los Angeles Times:

Twenty years ago this month, a small, hip-hop infused coming-of-age drama set in South-Central Los Angeles called 'Boyz N the Hood' was causing extreme reactions from two very different audiences.

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From MSNBC:

Lauryn Hill welcomed a bouncing baby boy on Saturday, but it wasn't all smooth for the singer or her new tot inside the delivery room.

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From indieWire:

It's no secret that Oprah's new joint venture television network with Discovery, now called the OWN network, has been struggling from day one. Not long ago, she let everyone know that plans were in the works to do some revamping. However, now comes word that her publication, O Magazine, is also struggling with ad sales.

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From the Telegraph:

Maybe this shouldn't come as a surprise – but the most gripping contribution to Eurepica. Challenge, a showcase of a dozen one-act dramas mapping the state of play in Europe today, comes courtesy of a founder member of the company presenting it (for too short a season) at the Almeida: Nikolai Khalezin of Belarus Free Theatre.

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From the Huffington Post:

Say it ain't so, Mercedes! Last week, 'Glee' showrunner Ryan Murphy dropped a bombshell when he announced that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer would not be returning for the hit show's fourth season. Now, Amber Riley says her character might also graduate after this season.

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From People:

Just three days before she was found dead in her apartment on Saturday, Amy Winehouse appeared happy and healthy as she danced alongside her goddaughter, singer Dionne Bromfield, at a London venue.

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From Idolator:

Lauryn Hill warned us that some guys are only about "that thing" in her song "Doo Wop," and now her boyfriend has proved it.

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From the Associated Press:

Amy Winehouse
hadn't released an album in four years, hadn't had a hit in just as long, and when she performed on stage, the headlines she usually drew were for atrocious performances. She was an addict who, like so many performers before her, let her talents fall prey to a drugged-up lifestyle.

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Target's partnership with Beyoncé to provide fans with an exclusive deluxe edition of her new album, "4," has everyone dancing. Two short weeks after Beyoncé made a surprise appearance at a Target store in Harlem to help celebrate the store's one year anniversary with members of the local youth community, the retailer continues to spread Beyoncé Flash Mob Fever! Season 9 American Idol finalist Todrick Hall and a mob of dancers dressed in red and black took to the aisles of a Target store in Van Nuys, Calif., for a choreographed Flash Mob to Beyoncé's "End of Time."

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