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Blockchain Baby
An Irish medical aid project recorded on the blockchain has seen a world first this week – a baby. Initially, a project funded to tackle controversies in the charitable sector regarding fair distribution of donations and a joint effort between Irish AID:Tech and Dutch PharmAccess, the collaboration are celebrating the...
Brandie Sharp
In African American News, For many kids and their families, summer jobs are a rite of passage: a way of imparting lessons about responsibility and hard work, and finally having a response to the age-old parental question, “you have McDonald’s money?” But one Ohio family says their summer job instead...
T-Mobile Store
In African American news, In yet another installment of #Hello911TheyBlack, two African American men shopping found themselves in a potentially deadly encounter with police. According to published news reports, the incident occurred at a T-Mobile store in Fresno, California, and involved Dorian Johnson, 26, and his uncle Vincent Lemar, who went...
In African American News ,A Mary Stevens continued her crusade to keep the name of a Confederate General on a Georgia park by informing her county commission that erasing the rebel soldier’s name is the same thing Islamic State terrorists did in the Middle East. Previously on “Gone With the...
The more this presidency year continues, the more I wonder if we’re actually in the year of Beyoncé 2018. An elderly grandmother in Charlotte, N.C., was probably left with a similar question after she was told “no” when she asked to use the bathroom at a gas station on her way home...
Paramount just dropped the first trailer for Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story, the six-part documentary centered around the life and death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin that is being produced by Jay-Z. The docuseries, which is based off the book Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin, written by...
A Maryland priest told a black family to "get the hell out" of his church mid-funeral. He didn't just instruct them to leave; he said to take their deceased loved one with them. According to Fox 5 DC, pastor Michael Briese of Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Charlotte Hall, Maryland, lost it on Tuesday,...
Control and seizure under the guise of "assistance" is Colonization 101, especially when it comes to American history in connection to the motherland. Politico reports that for the last five years (at least), the Pentagon has authorized special operations teams within the Green Berets, Navy SEALs and other commando groups to...