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Khameyea Jennings, 18, died Thursday after a battle with liver cancer, which was diagnosed in 2013, said Cindy Hamilton, spokeswoman for Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, the report says.
No, I don’t have a garden in New York City. I actually have a garden in my cupboard, thanks to Litehouse Instantly Fresh Herbs. They aren’t dried herbs, y’all, they’re fresh! Well, they’re freeze-dried fresh herbs. Which means that with a drop of water, they come back to life—with all the flavor, nutrients and even the original shape! There is just one simple ingredient: the herb. No additives and no funky stuff to make it last longer on your shelf.
Ronica Copes, a resident of the Long Island suburban neighborhood, received the hate letter, written in bold capital letters, on Thursday, warning her family that they did not belong in the neighborhood because “Lindenhurst is 84% white population.” The letter writer goes on to say that her family should leave “as soon as you can.”
We have repeatedly been forced to accept the notion that an officer’s perception of black suspects is a justification for the use of force, even where the force is excessive and/or lethal. All the while, there is seldom, if ever, a discussion about the perception of the police in the minds of black suspects, or black people in general. It goes beyond notions of authority and speaks directly to the natural instinct of survival. What is the response to the notion that the perceived threat to life and bodily harm by police blue is a greater threat to me, an unarmed black man, during a police encounter than my blackness and suspected criminality is to a group of 13 police officers?
It was the best graduation present ever for a son who hadn’t seen his mom in many months. Petty Officer 2nd Class Vera Turner surprised her son, Steven Turner, Jr., at his high school graduation in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Saturday. The 16-year Navy vet returned home after a nine-month deployment at Guatanamo Bay, Cuba, according to AL.com.