Did ESPN Run To a Commercial Break After Jalen Rose Shouted Out Breonna Taylor Name In Wake Of Grand Jury’s Verdict?

Did ESPN Run To a Commercial Break After Jalen Rose Shouted Out Breonna Taylor Name In Wake Of Grand Jury’s Verdict?

Jalen Rose isn't one to hold his tongue for anything. When the news broke about the grand jury's decision not...
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LeBron James Reportedly Pledges to Pay Fines for Convicted Felons in Florida So They Can Vote

LeBron James Reportedly Pledges to Pay Fines for Convicted Felons in Florida So They Can Vote

Celebrities and influencers are going all-in to encourage their followers to vote on November 3rd. LeBron James partnered with the...
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Colin Kaepernick Calls for the Abolishment of the ‘White Supremacist Institution of Policing That Stole Breonna Taylor’s Life From Us’

Colin Kaepernick Calls for the Abolishment of the ‘White Supremacist Institution of Policing That Stole Breonna Taylor’s Life From Us’

The Louisville officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor in her sleep were not charged for her murder and as...
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Louisville Protesters Set Fire Outside Courthouse, Shoot Two Cops Following Breonna Taylor Decision

Louisville Protesters Set Fire Outside Courthouse, Shoot Two Cops Following Breonna Taylor Decision

Following a grand jury's decision to not indict any of the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor killing by Louisville...
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Mike Tyson Is Looking Forward To Voting For The First Time Ever

Mike Tyson Is Looking Forward To Voting For The First Time Ever

Mike Tyson is looking forward to November 3rd. It will mark the first time in Tyson's life that he will...
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Ex-Officer Indicted with Three Counts, None Directly Associated with Breonna Taylor’s Death

Ex-Officer Indicted with Three Counts, None Directly Associated with Breonna Taylor’s Death

Former Louisville police officer who shot Breonna Taylor, Brett Hankinson, has been indicted on the three counts of wanton endangerment...
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Louisville Police Declare State of Emergency Leading Up to Breonna Taylor Decision

Louisville Police Declare State of Emergency Leading Up to Breonna Taylor Decision

The Louisville Metro Police Department issued a state of emergency on Monday in preparation for Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement...
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