Reflections On Freddie Gray – No Justice, No Peace

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Words by: Sha Be Allah From The Source Magazine Issue #269 | 2016 REGISTER TO VOTE GET ELECTION REMINDERS https://www.facebook.com//videos/403556060649855   Advertisement The word “riot” hasn’t been used in Baltimore since 1968 following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, but after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray while in police custody, Baltimore became […]

Alton Sterling, 37, Killed By Baton Rouge Police For Selling CDs

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Yet again, another Black man has been killed unjustly in Baton Rouge, Louisiana stirring major controversy among social media and across America. Justice is defined in the American Heritage Dictionary as, “The principle of moral rightness; decency” and “The attainment of what is just, especially that which is fair, moral, right, merited, or in accordance […]

[Interview] Art For Amnesty Creative Director Marvin Bing Talks ‘Art For Social Justice,’ Black History Heroes And More

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As we embrace Black History Month, well-rounded conversations with community leaders like NAACP Image Award honoree and Art for Amnesty Creative Director, Marvin Bing are imperative. Bing spoke with The Source about the social injustices covering the news in 2015, the very creative Art For Amnesty #ArtForSocialJustice exhibit he recently worked on with Usher, personal Black History heroes […]