Short Film Reveals 198,000 Voters Purged From the Rolls in Georgia ahead of Run-Off Investigative Report Released Today Reveals Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is No Hero Defending Democracy from Trump Narrated by Debra Messing Produced by George and Peggy DiCaprio, Thom Hartmann and Rosario Dawson Reported by Greg Palast, The Palast Fund FILM FOR CONSIDERATION: Producers: George and Peggy DiCaprio, Thom Hartmann, Rosario Dawson Narrated by: Debra Messing Directed by: David Ambrose *Based on the investigative…

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Lincoln Financial Strengthens Racial Equity Commitment

Racial Equity

Company announces long-term sustained actions that will increase minority opportunities, align executive compensation with measurable diversity goals and further support the Black community Lincoln Financial Group shared its plan to amplify the company’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion and drive meaningful, measurable change. Designed to ensure long-term, sustained action that supports racial equity, the plan focuses on the company’s…

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EBONY Calls for Bans on Chokeholds

The following statement is an open letter from EBONY Foundation: To Our Elected Officials: Since the recent tragic deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, coupled with the tragic death of George Floyd and the recent tragic death of Rayshard Brooks, we have been witnessing the streets of America be ignited with literal and emotional flames of rage and anger from Americans of all walks of life…

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Exotics by Cedrick Creates Campaign to Combat Systemic Racism

Exotics by Cedrick, a trailblazing brand in luxury footwear and fashion, remains committed to the fight against racial inequality and injustice. The fashion company has started the campaign CHANGE 2020 to reflect its vigorous support to end systemic racism. “This time feels different,” says owner and top designer Cedrick McDonald, who firmly believes that change is imminent and that everyone should…

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Black Panther Actor Discusses Being DACA And His Advocacy Work On “Brad Show Live”

Hollywood actor, Bambadjan Bamba may not have appeared in the box office record breaking film “Black Panther” or hit TV shows like NBC’s “The Good Place” and “Grey’s Anatomy” if it wasn’t for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, commonly known as the DACA program. In the decades before Bambadjan landed himself in Hollywood, he and his family escaped political persecution…

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