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Soundtrack to the Struggle 2
2018
Unplugged, Vol. 1 (feat. Karim Kamar & Kaia)
2013
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2013
The Mind and the Matter
2011
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LowKey Jun 26, 2019
Cardi B pleads not guilty to new charges in strip club brawl https://wgntv.com/2019/06/25/cardi-b-pleads-not-guilty-to-new-charges-in-strip-club-brawl/
LowKey Jun 26, 2019
Employees of the Boston-based online housewares giant Wayfair say they will stage a walkout at the company’s Back Bay offices Wednesday to protest the company’s decision to sell furniture to operators of facilities for detained migrant children. http://bos.gl/ZZCiBa6
LowKey Jun 25, 2019
🗣🚨TONIGHT Annette Benning, Alfre Woodard, @JohnLithgow, me & more A LIVE play, ripped from the pages of the #MuellerReport If you haven’t had read the report, tune in 9pm EST TONIGHT, June 24. Watch it LIVE!⬇️#TheInvestigation https://t.co/GEv4KdX8Uk https://t.co/W4tj2grCef
LowKey Jun 22, 2019
ICE set to begin immigration raids in 10 cities on Sunday: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco. https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/21/politics/ice-immigration-raids/index.html
LowKey Jun 22, 2019
Cardi B Becomes First Female Rapper To Win Songwriter Of The Year https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/awards/8516938/ascap-rhythm-soul-awards-winners-cardi-b
LowKey Jun 22, 2019
Writer E. Jean Carroll alleges in an upcoming memoir that she was raped by Donald Trump in the 1990s. This is the most serious allegation of sexual violence against Trump ever made aside from the marital rape claim that Ivana later recanted. http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/06/president-donald-trump-faces-new-rape-accusation.html?utm_source=tw
LowKey Jun 21, 2019
The U.S. was Still Paying a Civil War Pension until 2017....152 years later but Republicans keep saying reparations for slavery was too long ago. https://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-08-08/civil-war-vets-pension-still-remains-on-governments-payroll-151-years-after-last-shot-fired
LowKey Jun 20, 2019
Here are Coates’ remarks in full: https://twitter.com/NewsHour/status/1141425769299828737 Yesterday, when asked about reparations, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell offered a familiar reply: America should not be held liable for something that happened 150 years ago, especially since none of us currently alive are responsible. This rebuttal proffers a strange theory of governance: that American accounts are somehow bound by the lifetime of its generations, when well into this century, the United States was still paying out pensions to the heirs of Civil War soldiers. We honor treaties that date back some 200 years, despite no one being alive who signed those treaties. Many of us would love to be taxed for the things we are solely and individually responsible for, but we are American citizens, and thus bound to a collective enterprise that extends beyond our individual and personal reach. It would seem ridiculous to dispute invocations from the Founders or the Greatest Generation, on the basis of a lack of membership in either group. We recognize our lineage as a generational trust, as an inheritance and the real dilemma posed by reparations is just that: a dilemma of inheritance. It is impossible to imagine America without the inheritance of slavery. As historian Ed Baptist has written, enslavement “shaped every crucial aspect of the economy and politics” of America, so that by 1836 more than $600 million, almost half of the economic activity in the United States, derived directly or indirectly from the cotton produced by the million-odd slaves. By the time the enslaved were emancipated, they comprised the largest single asset in America. Three billion in 1860 dollars — more than all the other assets in the country combined. The method of cultivating this asset was neither gentle cajoling nor persuasion, but torture, rape, and child trafficking.
LowKey Jun 20, 2019
Actor Danny Glover, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and others testify on slavery reparations before a House Judiciary subcommittee. #hr40 #reparations https://www.c-span.org/video/?461767-1/danny-glover-ta-nehisi-coates-testify-slavery-reparations
LowKey Jun 20, 2019
'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom': Viola Davis And Chadwick Boseman To Star In Netflix's August Wilson Adaptation, Produced By Denzel Washington https://shadowandact.com/ma-raineys-black-bottom-viola-davis-and-chadwick-boseman-to-star-in-netflixs-august-wilson-adaptation-produced-by-denzel-washington
LowKey Jun 19, 2019
#DearWhitePeople gets season 3 release date at Netflix, August 3 https://t.co/knGrb9owyR https://t.co/ZUh01Cd0lr
LowKey Jun 19, 2019
Happy #Juneteenth2019 Why celebrating Juneteenth is more important now than ever https://t.co/QnwhcCqmNt
LowKey Jun 18, 2019
'The House That Will Not Stand’: Film in development on free Black Creole women who became millionaires and fought racial oppression in the 1800s https://buff.ly/2AR3u06
LowKey Jun 16, 2019
Tiffany Haddish offered refunds to fans who bought tickets to her show in Atlanta because she refuses to perform in a state that doesn't support a woman's right to choose. https://t.co/nWxTVtzGo6
LowKey Jun 16, 2019
Happy Father's Day!
LowKey Jun 15, 2019
New York Becomes the First City in the U.S. to Directly Fund Abortions allocating $250,000 to a nonprofit that will help poor people living in other states travel to the city to obtain the procedurehttps://www.thecut.com/2019/06/new-york-city-abortion-funds-access-budget.html
LowKey Jun 15, 2019
Missy Elliott becomes first female rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame https://t.co/8wF39O4xvf
LowKey Jun 14, 2019
After Oprah’s Central Park Five interview, you realize that a $41 million settlement will never be enough. The one-hour OWN special on Wednesday night showed that good endings are more complicated in real life. https://thegrio.com/2019/06/13/oprah-winfrrey-central-park-five-interview/
LowKey Jun 14, 2019
Elizabeth Lederer, a lead prosecutor in the Central Park Five case, quietly resigned Wednesday, June 12, 2019. It comes seven years after the same organization demanded that she resign following the airing of the 2012 documentary “The Central Park Five.” https://rollingout.com/2019/06/13/black-columbia-law-students-force-central-park-5-prosecutor-to-resign/
LowKey Jun 14, 2019
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a law ending vaccination exemptions based on religious belief — the latest attempt to address the worst measles outbreak the U.S. has experienced in decades. https://t.co/FxfZfguFav
LowKey Jun 11, 2019
Geto Boys’ Bushwick Bill dies: Morbid, provocative — an unlikely hip-hop legend https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/la-et-ms-bushwick-bill-20190610-story.html
LowKey Jun 11, 2019
Red Sox legend David Ortiz is being treated at a Boston hospital as Dominican Republic police try to figure out why he was shot https://t.co/hQczQBXsa8 https://t.co/PP1RB8vQfe