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U.S. Army Training to Fight Black Americans

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“Doomsday Disneyland” facility used as practice ground for civil unrest.

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It’s been quite some time since I’ve read such a deeply and honest article on the history of ‘Hip Hop Culture” The music the elements that make Hip Hop music such an huge influence in today’s society and other countries.
But definitely there is something when describing what it means to understand the music of Hip Hop Music. But it’s the politics behind the culture which unfortunate fate of the genre which has been taken over by a bigger machine the corporate conditions of the industry which has had more advances at re-marketing and re-packaging,redefining,to even turning an entire genre upside down. Taking away not the control of the artist the individual of the art that once was of the generation and spoke on those issues of the times always current on the issues now those defining moments and the culture has been sold to the highest level. Still there are few that still brings those issues to light in the Hip Hop music genre. But only a few artist displaying what made Hip Hop music such a popular genre. This article that I’ve read definitely really brought a lot of what is gone out of Hip Hop music today. And what is lacking in the voice in which once was the voice of a generation.

J.C. Penney Appoints its First Black CEO, Marvin Ellison

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For the first time in the company’s 112 year history, J.C. Penney named a black executive to helm the company.

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