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Black Women Run the Entire Justice System in this Georgia Town. And it Just Gets Better.

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These women hold the reins of power in the municipal criminal justice system of South Fulton, Georgia. Foreground, from left, LaDawn Jones, Lakesiya Cofield, Viveca Famber Powell, interim Police Chief Sheila Rogers. Background, from left, clerk Kerry Stephens, Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers, clerk Ramona Howard, clerk Tiffany Kinslow By Doug Criss When LaDawn “LBJ” Jones walked into a meeting…

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Tell It Tuesday: For Those Who Feel Like There’s No Justice, Remember This

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Tupac Shakur By Ta-ning Connai June 16 was Tupac Shakur’s birthday. And if he was still alive today, he would have been 47 years old. Often hailed as the greatest rapper of all time, he was Passion Manifested! Whether spitting prose like a modern Gil Scott-Heron, making gangsterish threats to a dope beat or dropping knowledge like the late Malcolm…

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#SayHerName: Why Kenneka Jenkins Deserves the Same Attention as Natalee Holloway

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  Natalee Holloway – Kenneka Jenkins Last week, I stumbled upon an episode of ‘The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway.’ It was part of a new, six-part documentary that follows David Holloway as he searches for new developments in the disappearance and murder of his daughter, who took a trip to Aruba upon her high school graduation. It’s also a 12-year-old…

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