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Today in History: President John F. Kennedy is assassinated

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, is assassinated while traveling through Dallas, Texas, in an open-top convertible.

First lady Jacqueline Kennedy rarely accompanied her husband on political outings, but she was beside him, along with Texas Governor John Connally and his wife, for a 10-mile motorcade through the streets of downtown Dallas on November 22. Sitting in a Lincoln convertible, the Kennedys and Connallys waved at the large and enthusiastic crowds gathered along the parade route.… Read more

White Man Outside Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Holds Up ‘Black Crime Matters’ Sign While Arguing That The N-Word Is OK

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In today’s episode of Wait, Supporters of Kyle Rittenhouse Aren’t Racist, Are They? a white man who doesn’t appear to be very fond of the negroes was captured in viral video standing with a protest sign outside of Kenosha County Courthouse as the jury deliberated on whether Rittenhouse is guilty of murdering two people and attempting to murder a third, according to the Daily Dot.

So, if you were to guess what was written on this white man’s sign, what would your guess be?… Read more

NBA Legend Grant Hill Joins Campaign Addressing Racial Health Disparities In Prostate Cancer

NBA legend Grant Hill is putting the focus on empowering individuals to take charge of their health. The basketball player-turned-broadcaster is teaming up with the biopharmaceutical company, Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, to spread awareness about the racial health disparities surrounding prostate cancer through the creation of a new initiative.

Studies show Black men are 1.8 times more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer compared to white men. Further research revealed one in seven African American men will develop the form of cancer within their lifetime.… Read more

Phoenix Suns Players Pay It Forward At Local Food Drive

NBA stars are taking their influence beyond the court and into local communities by tapping into the power of paying it forward this holiday season. According to ABC15, Phoenix Suns players Jalen Smith and Cam Johnson recently volunteered to provide underserved families with hot meals.

The two forwards teamed up with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul—a Phoenix-based nonprofit organization that has a mission rooted in providing food, clothes, shelter and other necessities for those in need—to serve nutritious meals.… Read more