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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊Police and school officials in Virginia are investigating repugnant Snapchat videos showing middle school football players simulating sex acts with black students while shouting racist remarks.
The disturbing videos show black students from Short Pump Middle School in Glen Allen pinned to the ground of a locker room with other students on top of them. Police and school officials in Virginia are investigating repugnant Snapchat videos showing middle school football players simulating sex acts with black students while shouting racist remarks. The disturbing videos show black students from Short Pump Middle School in Glen Allen pinned to the ground of a locker room with other students on top of them, NBC12 reported. One of the aggressors included a white student, a parent told CBS6. One of the Snapchat captions reads, “We gonna FUCK the black outta these African-American children from Uganda.” Henrico Police said they were made aware of the video Tuesday and are investigating. In an email to parents, Short Pump Principal Thomas McAuley called the video “appalling, disturbing and inexcusable.” “I and the administrative team of Short Pump Middle School are handling this matter with the seriousness it deserves,” McAuley wrote. “This includes taking appropriate actions to address what occurred and to prevent it from ever happening again.” 1630592847535020334_3963218583

✊Police and school officials in Virginia are investigating repugnant Snapchat videos showing middle school football players simulating sex acts with black students while shouting racist remarks. The disturbing videos show black students from Short Pump Middle School in Glen Allen pinned to the ground of a locker room with other students on top of them. Police and school officials in Virginia are investigating repugnant Snapchat videos showing middle school football players simulating sex acts with black students while shouting racist remarks. The disturbing videos show black students from Short Pump Middle School in Glen Allen pinned to the ground of a locker room with other students on top of them, NBC12 reported. One of the aggressors included a white student, a parent told CBS6. One of the Snapchat captions reads, “We gonna FUCK the black outta these African-American children from Uganda.” Henrico Police said they were made aware of the video Tuesday and are investigating. In an email to parents, Short Pump Principal Thomas McAuley called the video “appalling, disturbing and inexcusable.” “I and the administrative team of Short Pump Middle School are handling this matter with the seriousness it deserves,” McAuley wrote. “This includes taking appropriate actions to address what occurred and to prevent it from ever happening again.”

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊By @lupitanyongo: I have been following the news and reading the accounts of women coming forward to talk about being assaulted by Harvey Weinstein and others. I had shelved my experience with Harvey far in the recesses of my mind, joining in the conspiracy of silence that has allowed this predator to prowl for so many years. I had felt very much alone when these things happened, and I had blamed myself for a lot of it, quite like many of the other women who have shared their stories. But now that this is being discussed openly, I have not been able to avoid the memories resurfacing. I have felt sick in the pit of my stomach. I have felt such a flare of rage that the experience I recount below was not a unique incident with me, but rather part of a sinister pattern of behavior. I met Harvey Weinstein in 2011 at an awards ceremony in Berlin, while I was still a student at the Yale School of Drama. An intermediary introduced him to me as “the most powerful producer in Hollywood.” As an aspiring actress, I was of course eager to meet people in the industry but cautious about strangers, and the intentions of men in general. So I tried to vet this famous producer by asking my dinner-table companions what they knew of him. A woman who was a producer herself cautiously advised me to “keep Harvey in your corner.” She said: “He is a good man to know in the business, but just be careful around him. He can be a bully.” And so I exchanged contacts with him in the hopes that I would be of consideration for one of his projects. I wanted to keep things professional, so I made a point of referring to him as “Mr. Weinstein.” But he insisted that I call him by his first name. In this first encounter, I found him to be very direct and authoritative, but also charming. He didn’t quite put me at ease, but he didn’t alarm me, either. Not long after we met in Berlin, Harvey wrote to me inviting me to attend a screening of a film — a competitor’s film similar to one he had produced. 1629420383731798523_3963218583

✊By @lupitanyongo: I have been following the news and reading the accounts of women coming forward to talk about being assaulted by Harvey Weinstein and others. I had shelved my experience with Harvey far in the recesses of my mind, joining in the conspiracy of silence that has allowed this predator to prowl for so many years. I had felt very much alone when these things happened, and I had blamed myself for a lot of it, quite like many of the other women who have shared their stories. But now that this is being discussed openly, I have not been able to avoid the memories resurfacing. I have felt sick in the pit of my stomach. I have felt such a flare of rage that the experience I recount below was not a unique incident with me, but rather part of a sinister pattern of behavior. I met Harvey Weinstein in 2011 at an awards ceremony in Berlin, while I was still a student at the Yale School of Drama. An intermediary introduced him to me as “the most powerful producer in Hollywood.” As an aspiring actress, I was of course eager to meet people in the industry but cautious about strangers, and the intentions of men in general. So I tried to vet this famous producer by asking my dinner-table companions what they knew of him. A woman who was a producer herself cautiously advised me to “keep Harvey in your corner.” She said: “He is a good man to know in the business, but just be careful around him. He can be a bully.” And so I exchanged contacts with him in the hopes that I would be of consideration for one of his projects. I wanted to keep things professional, so I made a point of referring to him as “Mr. Weinstein.” But he insisted that I call him by his first name. In this first encounter, I found him to be very direct and authoritative, but also charming. He didn’t quite put me at ease, but he didn’t alarm me, either. Not long after we met in Berlin, Harvey wrote to me inviting me to attend a screening of a film — a competitor’s film similar to one he had produced.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ☺️✊Lil Jon has been out here building schools in the motherland. In collaboration with Pencils of Promise, a non-profit dedicated to international education equality, the ATL crunk king has funded a primary school in Ghana. Abomayaw D.A. Kindergarten will provide students in the Asuogyaman District with a comfortable learning environment. They previously tended to their studies in sheds and underneath trees. The producer, whose real name is Jonathan Smith, had the honor of cutting the ribbon at the school’s grand opening ceremony last week. 1629182782198423598_3963218583

☺️✊Lil Jon has been out here building schools in the motherland. In collaboration with Pencils of Promise, a non-profit dedicated to international education equality, the ATL crunk king has funded a primary school in Ghana. Abomayaw D.A. Kindergarten will provide students in the Asuogyaman District with a comfortable learning environment. They previously tended to their studies in sheds and underneath trees. The producer, whose real name is Jonathan Smith, had the honor of cutting the ribbon at the school’s grand opening ceremony last week.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊Source FaceBook: Monica Cannon-Grant

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊Peter Tosh, was a Jamaican reggae musician. Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer, he was one of the core members of the band The Wailers, after which he established himself as a successful solo artist and a promoter of Rastafari. 1629161075442019548_3963218583

✊Peter Tosh, was a Jamaican reggae musician. Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer, he was one of the core members of the band The Wailers, after which he established himself as a successful solo artist and a promoter of Rastafari.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ️✊Nivea faces racism storm over African TV ad showing dark skin woman applying 'skin lightening cream'. Promotional billboards for the beauty brand's 'natural fairness' moisturiser have sprung up across Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and Senegal. Nivea, which is owned by German skin care company Beiersdorf Global AG. The print adverts show former Miss Nigeria Omowunmi Akinnifesi with the words 'For visibly fairer skin' written across her body, while the TV commercial sees the model's skin lighting up and becoming whiter as she happily applies the cream. London entrepreneur William Adoas i slammed the TV commercial. Sharing a clip of it online, he said: "This is why black businesses need to rise up and cater for our needs. "Nivea can’t get away with pushing this skin lightening agenda across Africa. Appalling." Sharing a photo of the a Nivea billboard, one critic said: "This Billboard message is nonsense. Who told Nivea black women asked for fairer skin?" 1628687877177023277_3963218583

️✊Nivea faces racism storm over African TV ad showing dark skin woman applying 'skin lightening cream'. Promotional billboards for the beauty brand's 'natural fairness' moisturiser have sprung up across Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and Senegal. Nivea, which is owned by German skin care company Beiersdorf Global AG. The print adverts show former Miss Nigeria Omowunmi Akinnifesi with the words 'For visibly fairer skin' written across her body, while the TV commercial sees the model's skin lighting up and becoming whiter as she happily applies the cream. London entrepreneur William Adoas i slammed the TV commercial. Sharing a clip of it online, he said: "This is why black businesses need to rise up and cater for our needs. "Nivea can’t get away with pushing this skin lightening agenda across Africa. Appalling." Sharing a photo of the a Nivea billboard, one critic said: "This Billboard message is nonsense. Who told Nivea black women asked for fairer skin?"

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ️✊The celebrated picture book "Corduroy" will soon have a new sequel, written by an Oscar-winning actress: Viola Davis. Viking Children's Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Davis is writing "Corduroy Takes a Bow," which continues the story of the teddy bear made famous in Don Freeman's million-selling book. Illustrated by Jody Wheeler, "Corduroy Takes a Bow" comes out Sept. 11, 2018, marking the original book's 50th anniversary. Freeman later wrote "A Pocket for Corduroy," published in 1978, the year of his death. Davis said in a statement that she had "special" memories of "Corduroy" as both a child and a parent. 1628508535255906821_3963218583

️✊The celebrated picture book "Corduroy" will soon have a new sequel, written by an Oscar-winning actress: Viola Davis. Viking Children's Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Davis is writing "Corduroy Takes a Bow," which continues the story of the teddy bear made famous in Don Freeman's million-selling book. Illustrated by Jody Wheeler, "Corduroy Takes a Bow" comes out Sept. 11, 2018, marking the original book's 50th anniversary. Freeman later wrote "A Pocket for Corduroy," published in 1978, the year of his death. Davis said in a statement that she had "special" memories of "Corduroy" as both a child and a parent.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ☺✊Philando Castile would often reach into his own pocket to pay for student lunches when the children didn't have enough money to cover the cost, and in remembrance of the nutrition services supervisor, a memorial fund has been set up that aims to wipe out all student lunch debt in Minnesota. Philando Feeds the Children was set up by a local college professor, with the goal of raising $5,000 to take care of the lunch debt of children in the St. Paul area. By Tuesday night, $77,000 had been raised, and the goal had been increased to $100,000 to try to pay every debt in the state. In 2016, Castile was shot and killed by police officer Jeronimo Yanez in an incident that was captured on tape and sparked protests.
Castile worked at J.J. Hill Montessori School, and on Friday, his mother, Valerie, dropped off the first check to cover lunch debt. "This project means the world to me," she told the Star Tribune. Stacy Koppen, director of nutrition services at St. Paul Public Schools, said it costs on average $400 a year for one student's lunch, and Philando Feeds the Children will make it easier for parents who don't make a lot of money, but also don't qualify for free or reduced meals. 1628501473591495473_3963218583

☺✊Philando Castile would often reach into his own pocket to pay for student lunches when the children didn't have enough money to cover the cost, and in remembrance of the nutrition services supervisor, a memorial fund has been set up that aims to wipe out all student lunch debt in Minnesota. Philando Feeds the Children was set up by a local college professor, with the goal of raising $5,000 to take care of the lunch debt of children in the St. Paul area. By Tuesday night, $77,000 had been raised, and the goal had been increased to $100,000 to try to pay every debt in the state. In 2016, Castile was shot and killed by police officer Jeronimo Yanez in an incident that was captured on tape and sparked protests. Castile worked at J.J. Hill Montessori School, and on Friday, his mother, Valerie, dropped off the first check to cover lunch debt. "This project means the world to me," she told the Star Tribune. Stacy Koppen, director of nutrition services at St. Paul Public Schools, said it costs on average $400 a year for one student's lunch, and Philando Feeds the Children will make it easier for parents who don't make a lot of money, but also don't qualify for free or reduced meals.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram  A selfless black girl is showing off her big heart and helping people in need affected by the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and Irma. Dashai Morton is a sixth grader at North Forestville Elementary School in Prince George’s County and she recently celebrated her 12th birthday on Tuesday. When her grandmother asked Dashai what she wanted for her birthday, the young teenager said she wanted to collect and donate 500 cases of water bottles for the victims in Puerto Rico. 1627809734438195443_3963218583

A selfless black girl is showing off her big heart and helping people in need affected by the devastation in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and Irma. Dashai Morton is a sixth grader at North Forestville Elementary School in Prince George’s County and she recently celebrated her 12th birthday on Tuesday. When her grandmother asked Dashai what she wanted for her birthday, the young teenager said she wanted to collect and donate 500 cases of water bottles for the victims in Puerto Rico.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. It was immediately successful, winning the Pulitzer Prize, and has become a classic of modern American literature. The plot and characters are loosely based on Lee's observations of her family, her neighbors and an event that occurred near her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, in 1936, when she was 10 years old. The story is told by the six-year-old Jean Louise Finch. The novel is renowned for its warmth and humor, despite dealing with the serious issues of rape and racial inequality. The narrator's father, Atticus Finch, has served as a moral hero for many readers and as a model of integrity for lawyers. One critic explains the novel's impact by writing, "In the twentieth century, To Kill a Mockingbirdis probably the most widely read book dealing with race in America, and its protagonist, Atticus Finch, the most enduring fictional image of racial heroism." The primary themes of To Kill a Mockingbird involve racial injustice and the destruction of innocence. Scholars have noted that Lee also addresses issues of class, courage, compassion, and gender roles in the American Deep South. The book is widely taught in schools in the United States with lessons that emphasize tolerance and decry prejudice. Despite its themes, To Kill a Mockingbird has been subject to campaigns for removal from public classrooms, often challenged for its use of racial epithets. 1627258748367812467_3963218583

✊To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. It was immediately successful, winning the Pulitzer Prize, and has become a classic of modern American literature. The plot and characters are loosely based on Lee's observations of her family, her neighbors and an event that occurred near her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, in 1936, when she was 10 years old. The story is told by the six-year-old Jean Louise Finch. The novel is renowned for its warmth and humor, despite dealing with the serious issues of rape and racial inequality. The narrator's father, Atticus Finch, has served as a moral hero for many readers and as a model of integrity for lawyers. One critic explains the novel's impact by writing, "In the twentieth century, To Kill a Mockingbirdis probably the most widely read book dealing with race in America, and its protagonist, Atticus Finch, the most enduring fictional image of racial heroism." The primary themes of To Kill a Mockingbird involve racial injustice and the destruction of innocence. Scholars have noted that Lee also addresses issues of class, courage, compassion, and gender roles in the American Deep South. The book is widely taught in schools in the United States with lessons that emphasize tolerance and decry prejudice. Despite its themes, To Kill a Mockingbird has been subject to campaigns for removal from public classrooms, often challenged for its use of racial epithets.

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊A Thread: @asherald, a nationally acclaimed artist who has a painting now hanging at the Columbus Museum, has been selected by former first lady Michelle Obama to paint her official portrait for the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.The Smithsonian made the announcement Friday in a news release posted on its website, also naming nationally acclaimed artist, @kehindewiley, as the artist selected by former President Barack Obama to paint his portrait. The two portraits will be unveiled at the museum in early 2018 and will be added to the Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection. “The Portrait Gallery is absolutely delighted that Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald have agreed to create the official portraits of our former President and First Lady,” said Kim Sajet, director of the National Portrait Gallery. “Both have achieved enormous success as artists, but even more, they make art that reflects the power and potential of portraiture in the 21st century.” 1627236539419286050_3963218583

✊A Thread: @asherald, a nationally acclaimed artist who has a painting now hanging at the Columbus Museum, has been selected by former first lady Michelle Obama to paint her official portrait for the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.The Smithsonian made the announcement Friday in a news release posted on its website, also naming nationally acclaimed artist, @kehindewiley, as the artist selected by former President Barack Obama to paint his portrait. The two portraits will be unveiled at the museum in early 2018 and will be added to the Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection. “The Portrait Gallery is absolutely delighted that Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald have agreed to create the official portraits of our former President and First Lady,” said Kim Sajet, director of the National Portrait Gallery. “Both have achieved enormous success as artists, but even more, they make art that reflects the power and potential of portraiture in the 21st century.”

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View melaninvibez400's Instagram ✊Dozens of students walked out of classes in protest at Cliffside Park High School on Monday, days after a video of a teacher telling children to "speak American" appeared on social media. Around 11:30 a.m., a fire alarm was pulled and hundreds of students came outside the school accompanied by staff members. Some students in this heavily-Hispanic district enthusiastically waved flags symbolizing their heritage as cheers went up from crowds gathered outside. "Men and women are fighting. They are not fighting for your right to speak Spanish," the teacher says in the video. "They are fighting for your right to speak American." Kleidon Ndreu, president of the high school student council, said Monday a closed-session board of education meeting was planned to discuss the incident. "It's very premature," Ndreu told a throng of news media outside the school. "We need to let the administration do what it is going to do. They are taking this very seriously." Schools superintendent Michael J. Romagnino has not yet commented on the uproar created by the video or its fallout. "We won't have any comment until we research both sides of this situation," said Louis Alfano, the district's business administrator. Alfano said he expected the board would release a public statement in the coming days. Some students said they were hurt by the yet-to-be publicly identified teacher's words. "It's wrong and it hurt me a lot," said Wagner Vasquez, 15, whose family came here from the Dominican Republic. "A lot of people here are hurt." Anthony Campos, 16, said he saw the video on Snapchat minutes after it was posted. "Coming from an English teacher, saying to speak American, that was just stupid," Campos said. 1627182392078637609_3963218583

✊Dozens of students walked out of classes in protest at Cliffside Park High School on Monday, days after a video of a teacher telling children to "speak American" appeared on social media. Around 11:30 a.m., a fire alarm was pulled and hundreds of students came outside the school accompanied by staff members. Some students in this heavily-Hispanic district enthusiastically waved flags symbolizing their heritage as cheers went up from crowds gathered outside. "Men and women are fighting. They are not fighting for your right to speak Spanish," the teacher says in the video. "They are fighting for your right to speak American." Kleidon Ndreu, president of the high school student council, said Monday a closed-session board of education meeting was planned to discuss the incident. "It's very premature," Ndreu told a throng of news media outside the school. "We need to let the administration do what it is going to do. They are taking this very seriously." Schools superintendent Michael J. Romagnino has not yet commented on the uproar created by the video or its fallout. "We won't have any comment until we research both sides of this situation," said Louis Alfano, the district's business administrator. Alfano said he expected the board would release a public statement in the coming days. Some students said they were hurt by the yet-to-be publicly identified teacher's words. "It's wrong and it hurt me a lot," said Wagner Vasquez, 15, whose family came here from the Dominican Republic. "A lot of people here are hurt." Anthony Campos, 16, said he saw the video on Snapchat minutes after it was posted. "Coming from an English teacher, saying to speak American, that was just stupid," Campos said.

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