Howard University students in solidarity with protesters in Ferguson - Blogging Black Miami

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014


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Do you know if there are any organized solidarity protests or vigils in Miami around this?


For the record, the author of this blog likes Hip Hop --- real Hip Hop. Common, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, etc. The so called music/lyrics replete with profanity and hypersexualized images of women and criminalization of men is an insult to humanity and the true rap game. And tattoos are beautiful but when they prevent you from being gainfully employed, that's a problem. Reading with comprehension is a plus so is healthy debate without profanity. Please don't live down to negative stereotypes.

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