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Dylann Roof Thought A Race War Would Free Him From Prison


The white nationalist that killed nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina had a crazy hypothesis. Dylann Roof thought his massacre at the Mother Emanuel AME church would spark a race war that would free him. His attorneys made the revelations in a filing to appeal his conviction and death sentence on Tuesday. […]

[Watch] Jason Wilson Drops Epic Video On Black Policing in the US #SavingBoys

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Jason Wilson, founder of The Catta in Detroit creates an amazing narrative changing the perception of young Black males in America. If you don’t know who Jason Wilson is, he is the founder of a program for young Black boys in Detroit. The Mission of The Catta (The Cave of Adullam Transformative Training Academy) is […]

Charleston Church Shooter’s Sister Arrested for Bringing Weapons to School


Dylann Roof‘s sister, Morgan Roof, was arrested on Wednesday after she was caught with a knife and pepper spray on school grounds. The 18-year-old was also arrested for marijuana possession, and is being held on a $5,000 bond in South Carolina. Upon release, Morgan is prevented from returning to the incident location meaning she cannot […]

Charleston Nine Killer Dylann Roof Convicted of 33 Counts of Murder


Domestic terrorist Dylann Roof has been convicted in the chilling attack on nine black church members. According to published reports, Thursday (Dec 15) jurors reached the decision to convict Roof of 33 counts of first-degree murder for the racially motivated killings of the nine parishioners who were shot to death last year during a Bible […]

Dylann Roof Deemed Competent To Stand Trial For Murders

Dylann Roof Deemed Competent To Stand Trial For Murders

Dylann Roof  has been deemed competent to stand trial starting next week in the killing of nine black worshippers at a South Carolina church last year. On Friday (Nov. 25), U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel’s decision clears the way for jury selection to restart Monday in the hate-crimes trial of the 22-year-old killer. According to published […]

Dylann Roof’s Lawyers Are Asking For a Delay In Charleston Shooting Trial

This morning [Wednesday, April 13], a South Carolina judge will hear arguments on whether to grant a delay in the state death-penalty trial of Dylann Roof, the gunman charged with murdering nine parishioners inside the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, S.C. last year. Scheduled to begin on July 11, the defense is arguing that they […]

America’s Melting Pot Boiling Over


Volatile situations that have yielded nothing but the dead bodies of young Blacks and Latinos at the hands of law enforcement is a familiar story and open sore in American society, however, the deaths of African Americans at the hands of white civilians have once again become an issue of greater concern. Since the death […]

7th Predominately Black Church Set Ablaze In The South


Another South Carolina church has been destroyed 20 years after the Ku Klux Klan burned it down On Tuesday evening around 8:35pm EST, Mt. Zion AME Church was engulfed in flames once again, becoming the 7th predominately Black church to burn within a week. Located in Greeleyville, South Carolina, Mt. Zion AME is the sister […]

Has Dylann Roof Received $4 Million In Donations?

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Has Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof’s defense fund received more than $4 million in donations from supporters? A false report has circulated online claiming that Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof‘s defense fund received more than $4 million in donations from supporters. After the killing of nine Black-Americans in a South Carolina church last week, the […]

The Confederate Flag Is Taken Down Throughout America

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In the wake of the A.M.E. Church massacre America’s leaders are asking that symbols of the Confederacy be removed from American culture There is a debate on the congress floor, after the Dylann Roof shootings of nine A.M.E Church members last week, regarding the Confederate flag and its symbolism throughout the South and the entire […]

Hood Health 101: Hate Is Not A Mental Disorder

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Today’s edition of Hood Health 101 deals with the hatred faced by the Black and Brown community following the Charleston Church massacre As I mentioned in my previous article “R.A.P.: Resentment, Anger and Pain”, mental disorders and illness are real within the Black and Brown community in the inner city. Due to the general issues […]

Lupe Fiasco Posts “Dear White Supremacy” Letter On Instagram

Over the weekend, the conscious Chicagoan drops an intellectual response to the Charleston killer’s manifesto on his IG page This past Saturday, rapper Lupe Fiasco took out his aggression towards the Charleston Massacre killer Dylann Roof by penning an educated rebuttal to Roof’s racist manifesto that was published on his website. Without responding to every […]

Charleston Shooter Dylann Roof Had Failed Suicide Attempt After Incident

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By now, much of the nation is well aware of racist madman Dylann Roof, who murdered 9 people in a historically black church located in Charleston, SC. In the time since the horrific tragedy, many items from Roof’s past have made their way to the media. Amongst them, photos with him wearing confederate flags, as well […]

Dylann Roof’s Alleged Racist Manifesto Finds Its Way To The Internet


A racist manifesto “The Last Rhodesian” has been released online supposedly written by Dylann Roof A website surfaced on Saturday that contains photos of Dylann Roof and a racist manifesto explaining why he allegedly targeted Charleston, South Carolina, in the shooting this week that killed nine Blacks. The website entitled “The Last Rhodesian” includes a […]

$1 Million Bond For Charleston Church Massacre Killer Set On Juneteenth


A $1 million bond for a weapons possession charge was set for murderer Dylann Roof on Juneteenth Independence Day While some in the Black community celebrated Juneteenth Independence Day or “Freedom Day”, commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the Texas in June 1865 and more generally the emancipation of slaves throughout the Confederate South, the first […]