White Billionaire NFL Owners Have Secret Insider Meeting to Discuss how Much Further They Can Jam it up Black Players’ Behinds

Apparently no discussion on how to improve the 70 percent Black player/20 percent Black coach/0 percent Black owner plantation problem.

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While Black people remain drastically underrepresented in leadership roles in the National Football League, the nearly all white higher ups are considering taking steps to further silence their majority-Black players.

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Twenty-one white people (including seven male board members and CEO Steve Simon) of a total of 22 people in the World Tennis Association's (WTA) management made the call to boot Serena Williams from seeding for the French Open for having a baby.

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Asia'h Sharrell Epperson

#BoycottHoustons is spreading on social media, again, after Asia'h Sharrell Epperson, an actress on OWN-TV's "Greanleaf," and Brittany Marie Lucio and Erica Walker, also actresses, went to Houston's restaurant in Atlanta after hours to use the restroom and an officer forcefully tried to remove them from the facilities.

This isn't the first time Houston's has had a problem with Black clientele. Last year, Rapper T.I. organized a boycott of the restaurant that's now shut down on Lenox Road in Atlanta when a staffer threw out a group of Black women, he said.

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Steve Phillips: The Revolutionary Implications of Stacey Abrams' Victory

"The implications of her win for progressive politics and the future of the country are revolutionary in terms of political strategy and approach," writes Phillips, founder of Democracy in Color and New York Times best-selling author.

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By Steve Phillips

(Originally Published on TheNation.com)

"The Rainbow Coalition is like a quilt—many patches, many pieces, many colors, bound by a common thread." I was in Atlanta, Georgia for the 1988 Democratic National Convention listening to Jesse Jackson describe his vision for how a multiracial and explicitly progressive coalition of people of color and progressive whites could lead Democrats to victory across the country. Although Jackson's bid for the nomination fell short, the surprising success of his candidacy—he won 11 contests and nearly tripled his delegate total from 1984—revealed the potential of a campaign rooted in the country's demographic revolution.

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Kendrick Lamar Stops White Fan Who Says N-word on Stage

Lamar put the show on hold to remind her to "bleep one single word."

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Rapper and Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar set the record straight when a white fan rapped the N-word at one of his shows.

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R. Kelly Sued for Sexual Battery, False Imprisonment

"[R. Kelly] has this type of, like, intimidation right off the bat. ... So I was just waiting for it to be over," the woman, Faith Rodgers, said.

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(Reuters) — A woman who said she meet R&B singer R. Kelly at a party in 2017 has filed a lawsuit against him, accusing him of sexual battery, false imprisonment and transmitting a sexual disease, the latest in a string of accusations against the Grammy-award-winning pop star.

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Be careful if you park under a tree in the warm weather — you might get accused of having marijuana in your car.

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Vickers "Vic" Cunningham, a former Dallas judge who's running in the Republican primary runoff election for Dallas county commissioner on Tuesday, decided to provide his children a monetary incentive to condone homophobia and racism. Cunningham set up a living trust with a clause rewarding his children if they marry a white, straight Christian.

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