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    I’m just going to say the officiating has been 1 sided in this Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers game!

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    I would like to take this time to say Thank You to all of those that have served this country for our freedoms! Have a Beautiful Memorial Day Weekend! #salute #oneent #Mrs.#1

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    ”The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been -Albert Einstein (via Diddy)

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      JR. · 4 days, 11 hours ago

      be a leader not a follower

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      cynaamonjLTL · 4 days, 3 hours ago

      I LOVE THIS! :)

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        Kim Atwater · 3 days, 19 hours ago

        Me too! It fits my journey perfectly!

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    Jay-Z And Beyonce Bail Out Ferguson And Baltimore Protestors (The Source)

    Despite facing early criticism the Carters have been very involved in “Black Lives Matter” and Mike Brown’s father is thankful

    Jay-Z and Beyonce have faced criticism from those who felt that they could have been more supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement. Perhaps, the criticism may have been premature and incorrect. It seems that the Carters have been very much involved in the movement.
    Initially sparked by tweets released by activist and writer Dream Hampton, Hampton revealed that Jay-Z contributed “tens of thousands of dollars” in bail money to protestors in both Ferguson and Baltimore following the Mike Brown verdict and the recent Freddie Gray case.

    “They’re waging war on black resistance in a multitude of ways, many of them financially. Protest is literally punished with tariffs,” wrote Hampton.

    Upon finding out that the Carters had helped fund bail money for protestors, Mike Brown’s father, Mike Brown Sr. said,

    “If it wasn’t for the protestors the issues of police brutality may have been swept under the rug. Because of protestors, people were able to look at what happened to my son and see that we all have to come together and fight police brutality. The support the Carters showed is touching for me.”
    Beyonce and Jay-Z’s support of the #BlackLivesMatter movement streamlined to Prince’s recent Rally 4 Peace streamed by Tidal. Prince had said that “He wanted the concert to be a catalyst for pause and reflection following the outpouring of violence that has gripped Baltimore and areas throughout the U.S.” The Carters matched the proceeds raised at the concert. They also met with Freddie Gray’s family and Mike Brown’s mother at the concert.

    Jay-Z addressed police brutality, systemic racism and the Ferguson/Baltimore situation at his Tidal concert this weekend in a freestyle stating,

    “You know n— die for equal pay, right? You know what I’m worth / I ain’t your slave right / You know I ain’t shucking and jivin’ and high fivin’ / You know this ain’t back in the days right / But i can’t tell by the way they kill Freddie Gray right / Shot down / Mike Brown / Like the way they did Tray right? / Y’all gone’ keep choking’ n—s / we gon’ turn style / I ain’t your token n—–…”

    Mike Brown Sr. and his step-mother Calvina Brown say that they are thankful that both Jay-Z and Beyonce are keeping their son’s memory alive while raising awareness.

    “We’re just really humbled and appreciative. I know it’s not easy for Jay-Z and Beyonce because I’m sure they will be criticized but it’s very honorable of them to look beyond criticism and do what matters to humanity. At the end of the day we have to make a change in how our young black men are perceived and inspire others to change how they feel about us so that we can save another father’s child.”
    -Abesi Manyando(@abesipr)

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      D-Mac · 5 days, 8 hours ago

      Dope but like Russell Simmons said money is important but their presence and their voice must be heard as well

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        Kim Atwater · 4 days, 20 hours ago

        I think that’s true. I just know that their steps are always methodical, strategic. Them attending Prince’s concert and meeting with the families of Freddie Gray and Mike Brown are steps as well. They move with or without media attention and I always think there’s more to the surface stories.

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        1of1 · 4 days, 16 hours ago

        right, like its noted Mike Brown’s parents are PLEASED with Jay bringing AWARENESS, which is way deeper than a monetary donation or even rioting (although both may have been needed and understood) Literally using the voices that brings those means in politically is priceless

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      KMonroe · 4 days, 13 hours ago

      Thats whats up!!!

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      JR. · 4 days, 11 hours ago

      its good to see powerful people like them, helping out our people

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      cynaamonjLTL · 4 days, 3 hours ago

      JUST ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!

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  • KMonroe posted an update:   4 days, 12 hours ago ·   updated 4 days, 8 hours ago · View

    It’s almost SUMMERtime ladies…want to know if you can rock short hair before the cut…try this simple rule…….

    Would I Suit A Short Hair Cut? The 2.25 Rule Can Help You Decide
    Ever headed to the hairdressers determined that this time you will finally get a pixie cut or WOB (wavy bob), only to chicken out at the last moment?

    We know we certainly have. Going for a dramatically different hairstyle is a big decision, especially if you are unsure it will suit your face shape – trust us, we’ve tried using hair pins to fake a shorter look and it just doesn’t work.

    But John Frieda claims to have come up with a simple formula, called the 2.25 rule, that will tell you in an instant if a short style will work well for you

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    Speaking about the measurement discovered by his boss, Giles Robinson, international training director of Color Wow and senior stylist at John Frieda Salons UK, said:

    ”It’s all about angles. John studied faces and saw that the angle of the jaw bone determined whether or not someone would look best with short hair or long hair. He figured out an exact, easy to understand measurement that clearly indicates whether a face is suited to long hair or short hair.”

    And you won’t need to visit a hair salon to try out the 2.25 rule for yourself. All you need is a pencil and a ruler.

    Place the pencil under your chin horizontally. Then place the ruler under your ear, vertically. The point at which the pencil and ruler meet indicates a measurement.

    If that measurement is less than 2.25 inches, then like Halle Berry and Audrey Hepburn, your face is made for short hair, advises the team at John Frieda. If that measurement is more than that length, like Kim Kardashian and Sarah Jessica Parker, then long hair will be the most flattering choice.

    However, when it comes to style there are no hard and fast rules. So our advice if you’ve been thinking about loping off your locks… go for it.

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      1of1 · 4 days, 8 hours ago

      NIce! This is important! yes, symmetry!!

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      SPOTLYTE · 4 days, 8 hours ago

      I agree because if the face is long a short cut can’t cover up the rest of the face. I just answered this under the influence. Lol

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