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Breonna Taylor's Family Attorneys Speak Out After Verdict
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Former President Obama Shares Phone Number So People Can Text Him Directly
He’s invited Americans to “send him a text” to share their voting plans.
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Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron Responds To Megan Thee Stallion's SNL Performance
In an Oct. 6 appearance on Fox News' show Fox and Friends, the Kentucky AG responded to Meg's performance.
Derek Chauvin Released From Jail On $1M Bond
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd, was released from a correctional facility on Oct. 7 after posting bond.
George Floyd Mural To Be Unveiled In Time For His Birthday
A new George Floyd mural will be unveiled for his birthday on Oct. 14 in his hometown of Houston during a special ceremony.
Miami Street To Be Named After Trayvon Martin
A Florida street that stretches in front of where Trayvon Martin used to attend high school will soon be named after him.
Obama Shouts Out Lakers For NBA Crown and Social Justice Efforts
Former President Barack Obama let the NBA champions, the Los Angeles Lakers, know how proud he is of their accomplishments on and off the court.
George Floyd's Family Pushes Voter Registration
His family will be working with local voter organizations, hitting the Minnesota streets encouraging people to vote in the days leading up to his birthday.
White Woman Told Cops Black Bird Watcher Assaulted Her In Second Call
The second call was revealed on Oct. 14 when Amy Cooper appeared remotely in court to respond to a misdemeanor charge of filing a false police report.
Meet Me on the Yard Celebrates HBCU Homecoming
BET and YouTube's Meet Me on the Yard, airing Saturday at 8/7c, showcases homecoming at HBCUs with step shows, musical performances by marching bands and surprise guest alums.
Breonna Taylor Grand Juror Blasts Hearing Process
Breonna Taylor: grand jury member says they weren't presented with certain charges against the cops connected to her death.
Beyonce, Rihanna, And More Join Call To #EndSARS Police Brutality in Nigeria
Celebrities are lending their voices to speak out against the Nigerian government's treatment of people amid ongoing protests against police brutality in the country.
Kamala Harris Believes Trump Is A Racist
Speaking with CBS's 60 Minutes, Democratic candidate Senator Kamla Harris listed reasons the president of the United States is xenophobic.
Cleveland Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. Season Cut Short After ACL Injury
After undergoing an MRI on Oct. 26, Cleveland Browns' wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s 2020 season is officially over.
Bubba Wallace Refuses To Apologize To Trump In New Ad
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has joined Michael Jordan's new 23XI racing team in 2021, and he's letting fans know where he stands when it comes to President Trump.
Florida's Former Felons Are Casting Early Ballots
The Florida Rights Restoration Coalition says they were able to raise $27 million and restore nearly 40,000 people's voting rights.
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd?s Death To Be Honored
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