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Tyler James Williams Says Enough of Hollywood Shuffle for Black Actors in Hollywood

April 7th 2020

Tyler James Williams said he’s fed up with white writers coming up with black slang lines for actors. and many said they understand where he’s coming from. “Dear non black writers, Please stop writing black ‘slang’ dialogue for your black characters,” wrote Williams. “It always sounds like it was written by a middle aged white dad. Black actors trying to make your s–t sound natural.”

Meek Mill playing his position during Covid-19 plague

April 5th 2020

NNearly 100,000 surgical masks have been sent to prisons to protect inmates from the coronavirus, courtesy of Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill, Sixers partner Michael Rubin, and their criminal justice reform organization


April 9th 2020


Spiritual Warrior

Pastor Jamal Bryant postpones event for COVID-19 tests

New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, led by pastor Jamal Bryant, announced  that it canceled a two-day drive-thru event at the church where up to 1,000 people would have been tested for COVID-19 for a fee of $150 each. 




Trump administration quietly cuts funding to the nation’s poorest schools

March 1st, 2020

Thanks to an under-the-radar bookkeeping change at the Department of Education, hundreds of rural schools across the US are set to lose vital funds.
As reported in the New York Times, the department has changed the eligibility criteria for the Rural and Low-Income School Programs, which provides funding for school districts in some of the poorest parts of the country.
The change will make it harder for districts to demonstrate their eligibility, meaning hundreds of them will lose tens of thousands of dollars – and in some cases much more.
Nearly a seventh of the US’s public school pupils live in rural school districts, which have long been poor and underfunded. Many depend on the programs to fund everything from anti-bullying initiatives to counseling to language lessons for non-English speakers.
To qualify for the programs, school districts must prove that at least 20 per cent of their area’s school-age children live in poverty.
Officially, they are required to do so using census data, but because the census often leaves out many people living in rural areas, they have in practice been allowed to cite the percentage of their pupils who qualify for free or subsidized meals.
The department has now abruptly decided that it will only allow districts to use census data, meaning districts will struggle to account for all children in their local areas who would qualify.
A department spokeswoman told the Times that the move is simply a matter of following the law and that Congress can legislate to formally change the criteria, but the move has nonetheless met with condemnation from both Democrats and Republicans.
Even some of those sympathetic to Donald Trump and invested in his re-election are baffled as to why the department would withdraw the money from poor, rural districts, including core parts of the president’s electoral base.
Senators including Susan Collins of Maine are now scrambling to put together a fix that will ensure schools can still access the programs.
The Department of Education is led by Betsy DeVos, who was one of Mr Trump’s most controversial cabinet appointees at the start of his administration. She has drawn fire both for her lack of experience in schools and her past statements advocating a religious agenda for public education.

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