DR.MARTIN LUTHER KING AND CORETTA SCOTT KING PAID FOR THE BIRTH OF ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING WINNING ACTRESS JULIA ROBERTS

Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, paid the hospital bill for the birth of Julia Roberts, who later became an Academy Award-winning actress because Roberts’ parents were broke. Julia Roberts was born in Smyrna, Georgia in 1967. And when her parents, Walter and Betty Roberts, couldn’t afford to pay the medical…

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KYRIE IRVING IS SUSPENDED FROM HIS TEAM AND CUT BY NIKE

Kyrie Irving, of the New York Nets, was suspended for five days without pay because he tweeted a link to the 2018 movie “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America,” which is considered antisemitic. The film is based on a book of the same title that presents numerous antisemitic conspiracy theories and promotes Holocaust denial.…

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Emmett Till’s statue stands tall

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A statue honoring Emmett Till, who was murdered by Roy Bryant and his half-brother J.W. Milam, for whistling at, Carolyn Bryant Donham, Bryant’s wife, was beaten by the two men and thrown into the Tallahatchie River.  His body was tied down by barbered wire and a metal fan. It floated to the surface three days…

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Brett Favre Fumbles

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Sirius Radio has taken a pass on former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre for the meantime, and possibly forever, because of his involvement in a welfare scandal in his home state of Mississippi. A prolific passer that led him becoming a member of NFL Hall of Fame, lately, however, Favre has been thrown for…

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You Be The Judge

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Arron Judge of the New York Yankees Wednesday hit his 61st home run, trying a record set by Roger Maris in 1961. Judge hit the sinker off left hander Tim Mayza, sending the Yankee fans into a wild celebration in Toronto as he rounded the base pads and headed for home where teammates greeted him…

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Cop Laughed When He Learned Elijah Mcclain Had Died

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Elijah McClain was walking home on August 24, 2019, when police arrested him, put him into in a choke hold, cutting off his air, when things suddenly got much worst. The cops called paramedics who gave McClain ketamine, a sedative, that was far too strong for his 5’7” 140-pound frame. He died in the hospital…

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Bannon arrested

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Stephen Bannon, a confidant of former President Donald Trump, has been indicted as part of “WeBuildTheWall, Inc.” scheme which netted more than $15 million from thousands of donors across the country. In New York State Court, Bannon, 68, was charged with two counts of money laundering in the second degree, conspiracy in the fourth degree,…

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Michael Jordan’s jersey sells for a record price

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A jersey worn by Michael Jordan during the first game of the 1999 NBA Finals, has been sold for a record $10.1 million during an auction at Sotheby’s. Jordan wore the Jersey when the Chicago Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz. The previous record for an NBA jersey was $3.69 million, paid on May 2021 for…

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Mississippi governor disdains Jackson

Mississippi governor disdains jackson

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has gotten a lot of blowbacks by saying it’s better to be in Hattiesburg instead of Jackson, the state capitol, where a majority Black population live and doesn’t have clean water. “I’ve got to tell you it is great day to be in Hattiesburg. It’s also, as always, a great day…

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