This past Saturday was the 20th Anniversary of the “Million Man March! There were several celebrities in attendance, and Louis Farrakhan was there also to deliver a message. This comes at a time when there are numerous killings of blacks by police, rampant crime in urban areas, and just the overall uplift end in black culture in general. Twenty years ago in 1995, in DC was the first one. They had gathered for the “Justice or Else” rally convened by the Nation of Islam’s controversial leader, Louis Farrakhan, to mark the 20th anniversary of the group’s historic Million Man March.
Raven-Symone was heavily scrutinized as she made some controversial comments about “black-sounding” names on “The View” “I would never name my child “Watermelondrea.” She releases this statement :
Actor Shia LaBeouf was confrontational with an officer after he and two women were stopped for jaywalking and obstructing traffic on Sixth Street on Friday night, an arrest affidavit says.
The incident began around 7:30 p.m., when an Austin police officer heading westbound in his patrol car on East Sixth Street was waiting for the stoplight to change at the intersection with San Jacinto Boulevard. When the light turned green, the officer saw a man later identified as LaBeouf, 29, and two women, ages 18 and 20, crossing the intersection together in front of him against the signal. As the group crossed, LaBeouf raised his hand to the drivers in the three lanes of traffic, including the officer, as if directing them to stop, the affidavit says.
An off-duty Memphis police officer was shot multiple times and killed outside his home Sunday afternoon, becoming the second city officer to be fatally shot in just over two months.
Police Director Toney Armstrong identified the officer as Terence Olridge, 31, during a news conference. Olridge was taken to Regional Medical Center in critical condition but later died from his injuries. The shooting occurred in Cordova, a major retail center just east of Memphis.
Armstrong said a male suspect is in custody in connection with the shooting, but has not been charged. He noted that the investigation is in its early phases, adding that “details are sketchy.”
Police told the Memphis Commercial Appeal the shooting happened at around 12:50 p.m. local time Sunday. The paper reported that the shooting related to a dispute Olridge had with one of his neighbors. The paper reported that several officers could be seen at a house other residents identified as where the suspect lived.
Police on Sunday blocked the street in front of the house where the shooting happened. A
Debra Atney hosted an Internet Radio Mixer to showcase the different radio stations, that Atlanta has to offer on the independent aspect of the business. Last year, her and her son Waka Flocka Flame officially launched the new online radio station Be100. At the mixer, she explained that the whole point of it, is to be a platform for artist’s on the come up to get AirPlay on a global scale, also to achieve an interactive online community. K-100 was present there as well.
Beanie Sigel’s life over the past five years, dealt with prison time and other misfortunes. A year after being released from prison, he joins Cam’Ron on stage during A3C, to perform all of their classic hits. He performed “Roc The Mic”, “Feel It In The Air” And a few others. After being shot multiple times, within the last yeR, we see Beans in rare form as he was also seen around Atlanta during the festival.
This should be the case, but many people do not have it in order! So as a friendly reminder, don’t leave the people you love “hangin” when you pass away…have a plan. Know that you are never too young to get your house in order! READ MORE