Black Landlord Says the City of San Francisco Took Her Buildings Worth $25 Million

San Fransisco — Anna Kihagi, a landlord and real estate investor, says that the San Francisco City Attorney presented false evidence to the courts 3 years ago, and is now prohibiting her from entering into her own buildings and collecting rent from her own tenants. Kihagi says that she has been subjected to racism and treachery, but vows to be relentless until a true investigation into the more than 20 misrepresentations that were made are resolved.   She comments, “Whenever we hear about cops that have falsified evidence, we all…

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Black Entrepreneur Creates App to Help Film Police Brutality and Alert Family Members

Washington, DC — Meet James A. Samuel, Jr., founder and CEO of a new app called ANJEL Tech that allows users to immediately began live streaming and transmitting footage to their family members when they are in any type of dangerous situation. The app, developed by a DC-based Black-owned company, appeals to the African American community because of what has been happening across the nation in regards to police brutality. However, the app can also be used to alert loved ones of other personal safety issues such as domestic abuse, elderly abuse, etc.…

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Officer Involved in Breonna Taylor Raid Sues Her Boyfriend for Assault, Distress

Louisville Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly has filed a civil suit against Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, claiming he experienced “severe trauma, mental anguish, and emotional distress” due to Walker’s actions during the March 13 incident. Mattingly was one of the three officers who conducted a no-knock raid at Taylor’s apartment, and once they were inside, Taylor’s boyfriend, who is a licensed gun owner, fired a shot after believing the plainclothes officers were intruders. Walker’s shot wounded Mattingly in the leg, and in his lawsuit, Mattingly calls Walker’s actions “outrageous, intolerable, and…

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GEORGE FLOYD COURAGE AWARD FOR TEEN WHO RECORDED HIS DEATH

Darnella Frazier — the teenager who captured George Floyd‘s final minutes and started a worldwide movement — is getting an award from a prestigious nonprofit. PEN America announced Tuesday they were honoring 17-year-old Darnella with its annual PEN/Benenson Courage Award. The org’s CEO, Suzanne Nossel, says, “With nothing more than a cell phone and sheer guts, Darnella changed the course of history in this country, sparking a bold movement demanding an end to systemic anti-Black racism and violence at the hands of police.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lirHz93qJ50&bpctr=1603983125 Nossel adds, “Without Darnella’s presence of mind and readiness…

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WALTER WALLACE SHOOTING ‘WHITE RACIST COPS GOT MY DAD’ … Son, Family Call For Justice

Walter Wallace Jr.‘s family is speaking out over his fatal shooting at the hands of police in West Philadelphia … and one of his sons is blaming it on racism. Walter’s mother and children just broke their silence after a night of violence in that city in the wake of Monday’s fatal shooting. Speaking to reporters, his oldest son choked back tears trying to explain what his father meant to him. Then he claimed it all boiled down to race — accusing “white racist cops” of shooting his father, and…

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BLM COP DRAGS HANDCUFFED BLACK TEEN OVER CONCRETE … Gets Paid Suspension

https://www.tmz.com/videos/2020-10-25-102520-cop-drags-minor-4873310/ DRAGGED ON CONCRETE A police officer has been suspended after dragging an underage, black teenager across the pavement … despite the fact the teen is not resisting. The incident went down in Mansfield, Ohio earlier this month when Officer Jordan Moore stopped a car driven by the teen’s dad. It’s unclear why cops stopped the car. The video begins with both father and son on the ground … surrounded by cops. You see Moore drag the teen by the back of his hoodie … from one side of the police car…

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Update: Ice Cube Responds to Criticism for Negotiating With Trump’s Campaign

Update 10/14/2020 6:49pm: Ice Cube was heavily criticized on social media after a Trump staffer tweeted that the legendary rapper’s Contract With Black America (CWBA) helped Donald Trump develop his “Platinum Plan.” Cube responded to critics on Twitter and clarified that he was contacted by both the Democratic Party and Trump’s campaign. “Facts: I put out the CWBA. Both parties contacted me,” Ice Cube wrote. “Dems said we’ll address the CWBA after the election. Trump campaign made some adjustments to their plan after talking to us about the CWBA.” Cube…

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The Street In Front Of Trayvon Martin’s Old High School In Miami To Be Named After Him

The street in front of Trayvon Martin’s high school, where he went before he was murdered, is set to be named after him. The 0.3-mile stretch will be known as Trayvon Martin Avenue this coming week. According to reports from CNN, Miami-Dade County commissioners approved the resolution this week to name a portion of NE 16th Avenue after the late 17-year-old, who was shot and killed by George Zimmerman back in 2012. “Trayvon Martin was a typical teenager who enjoyed playing video games, listening to music, watching movies, and talking and texting on the phone,” the resolution read. It…

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PORTLAND PROTESTS LINCOLN, TEDDY ROOSEVELT STATUES TOPPLED … ‘Stop Honoring Racist Colonizer Murderers’

  Portland protesters marked the eve of Columbus Day by toppling 2 statues of American presidents, claiming they represent America’s racist history. The statues were on the route of a march titled, Indigenous People’s Day of Rage. Some of the signs read, “Stop honoring racist colonizer murderers.” A Lewis and Clark mural was also vandalized with red paint. The toppled statues were spraypainted and unceremoniously left on the ground. The words “stolen land” were painted at the base of Lincoln‘s statue. AP The police tweeted shortly after the statues were taken…

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DA to Reopen Oscar Grant Case, Depicted in “Fruitvale Station” Film

  Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley announced on Monday (October 5), that prosecutors are reopening the investigation into the 2009 death of Oscar Grant at the hands of Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) officers. The incident was depicted in the 2013 film Fruitvale Station, with Michael B. Jordan playing Oscar Grant. O’Malley released a statement, which read, “I have assigned a team of lawyers to look back into the circumstances that caused the death of Oscar Grant. We will evaluate the evidence and the law, including the applicable law…

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