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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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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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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Supervisor Shamann Walton’s CAREN Act seeks to legally address the weaponization of calling 911 July 9, 2020

Supervisor Shamann Walton represents District 10, which includes Bayview Hunters Point, Potrero Hill and Visitacion Valley, home to the majority of the small but re-growing Black population of San Francisco. – Photo: Santiago Mejia, SF Chronicleby JR Valrey of the Black New World Journalists Society “For us as Black people and people of color, it is literally about life and death. We’ve had a number of people call 911 arbitrarily. It has led to Black people being harmed and in some cases ultimately killed. So we had to do something…

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WNBA Star Maya Moore Assist In The Release of Wrongfully Convicted Prisoner

The Women’s National Basketball Associations own Maya Moore has shown the signs of what a Most Valuable Player truly is, as she sits out an entire WNBA season as well as the Olympics to focus on advocating the freedom of and release of Jonathan Irons. Mr. lrons, a inmate serving 50 years for a wrongful conviction of a robbery and assault. He was picked out of a line up at the tender age of 16 years old and was arrested, tried and convicted as an adult. The WNBA star Maya…

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The Return Fire Movement :Self Preservation is a human right

by JR Valrey, Black New World Journalists Society “An unarmed people are slaves or are subject to slavery at any given moment” – Huey P. Newton, co-founder and Minister of Defense of the Black Panther Party After a few weeks of rebellions in dozens of cities nationwide in response to the police murders of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Black people, in the Bay Area and beyond, have begun to plan to live in a post-COVID-19 society and a post-2020 rebellion society, which basically translates into…

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