Harlemites, Tarantino And Others March To Stop Police Terror (video)

Kimberly Griffin, left, holds hands with film director Quentin Tarantino after she recalled memories of her son Kimoni Davis, during a public reading of the names of people who have died at the hands of police nationwide, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, at Times Square, in New York. The protest marked the start of three days of protests and marches speaking out against violence at the hands of law enforcement. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Rise Up October revealed a tremendous story of a movement being born including a Revolution Books in Harlem contingent. The movement is against police terror that recognizes there will be no progress without struggle, without resistance and protest. Continue Reading →

Reginald Hudlin And Phil Gurin Sign New The NAACP Image Award Deal

Reginald Hudlin And Phil GurinThe NAACP and TV One jointly announced today that industry veterans Reginald Hudlin and Phil Gurin have signed a three-year deal to continue as executive producers for the NAACP Image Awards. 

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