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Soundtrack to the Struggle 2
Unplugged, Vol. 1 (feat. Karim Kamar & Kaia)
Warp System Remixes
The Mind and the Matter
Soundtrack to the Struggle...
Dear Listener
My Thoughts
LowKey Aug 23, 2019
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg completed three weeks of radiation treatment. Doctors at Sloan Kettering said further tests showed no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body.
LowKey Aug 23, 2019
It takes Black women in the U.S. 20 months to earn what White men make in a year. Here's the history behind that wage gap
LowKey Aug 23, 2019
"[S]ome officers believe they are entitled to use unquestionable amounts of violence and that their actions should be beyond consequences."
LowKey Aug 22, 2019
This weekend in NYC @MissyElliott museum. One Time Exclusive! RSVP here
LowKey Aug 21, 2019
Police thwarted six mass shootings and white supremacist attacks since El Paso. Several of the alleged foiled plots appeared to involve men espousing far-right viewpoints and racist ideologies.
LowKey Aug 20, 2019
Available to ship on August 26. Four hundred years after enslaved Africans were first brought to Virginia, many Americans still don’t know the full story of slavery, or understand the many ways its legacy continues to shape society in the United States. The 1619 Project is a major initiative from The New York Times to correct the record, reframing the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the center of the national narrative. The project takes its name from the moment in August 1619 when a ship appeared off Point Comfort, a coastal port in the English colony of Virginia, carrying more than 20 enslaved people from the African nations of Ndongo and Kongo. These people were sold to the colonists, marking the beginning of the system of chattel slavery that would last for the next 250 years. America was not yet America, but this was the moment it began. The 1619 Project was introduced with the Aug. 18, 2019, issue of The New York Times Magazine, an ambitious collection of journalism and historical inquiry that examines the many aspects of contemporary American life that can be traced back to slavery. That same day, the magazine also published a broadsheet section excavating the untaught history of the slavery era. The 96-page magazine contains more than 80 pages of historical essays. It also includes 17 original literary works by contemporary black writers that bring to life key moments in African-American history, and original artwork by leading black artists. The 16-page newspaper section, produced in collaboration with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African-American History and Culture, explores slavery’s disturbing history.
LowKey Aug 20, 2019
Planned Parenthood has been forced to end its participation in the Title X family planning program after serving one million Minnesotans over the past 50 years due to the dangerous and unethical Title X gag rule.
LowKey Aug 19, 2019
Daniel Pantaleo Fired, But NYPD Commissioner Still Feels Bad For The Officer. The guy who killed Eric Garner has been fired, but the NYPD Commish feels sorry for the cop.
LowKey Aug 18, 2019
400 years ago this month, the first enslaved people from Africa arrived in the Virginia colony. To observe the anniversary of American slavery, The New York Times Magazine launched the 1619 Project to reframe America’s history through the lens of slavery.
LowKey Aug 18, 2019
On this day in 1920, only white women were given the right to vote. #19thAmendment
LowKey Aug 18, 2019
Some Hispanic people who live in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona or California say their Hispanic and Native American ancestors never crossed the U.S.-Mexico border. Rather, the United States acquired their land,the border, in effect, came to encompass them.
LowKey Aug 16, 2019
#RaisingDion: Netflix drops a first look and reveals the premiere date for family superhero drama from @michaelb4jordan
LowKey Aug 16, 2019
Federal court bans paperless voting machines in Georgia for 2020 elections
LowKey Aug 16, 2019
Here's Why Essence Atkins Says UPN Went Through A 'Gentrification Process' Before Its Death
LowKey Aug 14, 2019
American slavery began 400 years ago. The New York Times is observing the anniversary, beginning with an event that you can watch here.
LowKey Aug 14, 2019
Our democracy’s founding ideals were false when they were written. Black Americans have fought to make them true. We were told once, by virtue of our bondage, that we could never be American. But it was by virtue of our bondage that we became the most American of all.
LowKey Aug 14, 2019
After spending a month in Swedish jail and finally being sent back to America, A$AP rocky is found guilty of assault with a suspended sentence.
LowKey Aug 14, 2019
400 years ago, enslaved Africans first arrived in Virginia Stolen by Portuguese slave traders, kidnapped by English pirates, and taken far from home, African arrivals to colonial Virginia in 1619 marked the origins of U.S. slavery.
LowKey Aug 13, 2019
Documentary 'Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am’ will return to theaters in wake of the literary icon’s passing
LowKey Aug 12, 2019
Missy Elliott will receive MTV Video Vanguard Award :
LowKey Aug 11, 2019
Trump quietly used regulations to expand gun access. Trump said he has taken tough action on guns. His administration has mostly focused on expanding gun access through little-noticed regulatory moves.
LowKey Aug 10, 2019
Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, 66, kills himself in his Manhattan jail cell, 24 hours after files in his case were unsealed and two weeks after he was placed on suicide watch ahead of his sex trafficking trial
LowKey Aug 09, 2019
Trump railed against illegal immigration, his company quietly relied on its own crew of largely undocumented construction workers. Two years into his presidency, it still does today
LowKey Aug 09, 2019
Trump campaign defends thousands of Facebook ads warning of migrant 'invasion' as 'accurate'