Back in 2014, A funeral and public memorial will be held on Monday morning for the Missouri teen shot by a Ferguson police officer, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Michael Brown, 18, was killed by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9. Brown was shot several times after Wilson ordered him to walk on the sidewalk instead of the street and he refused. Brown was unarmed, prompting widespread and continuing protests.
The new surveillance video used in the film, “Stranger Fruit,” suggests Brown first showed up at Ferguson Market and Liquor about 1 a.m., many hours before he and police faced off.
Filmmaker Jason Pollock argues that Brown first exchanged a small amount of marijuana with store clerks for two boxes of cigarillos in his early morning visit that day, according to a clip of the documentary included in a story by the New York Times.
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Yesterday, I went to watch ‘Get Out‘ it was worth the money from the beginning to the end.
Jordan Peele’s Get Out will become the fastest Blumhouse title to cross the $100 million mark, hitting the target in 16 days and beating Split (19 days), Paranormal Activity 3 (23 days) and Paranormal Activity (50 days).The Universal release, which cost only an estimated $4.5M before P&A, crosses the mark tonight, and by tomorrow will have accumulated $111M.
Last night Centric airs episode of ‘Being’ Chrisette Michele is blessed with a jazz-infused voice that’s in a class of its own. After signing her first record deal, the music industry destroyed the relationship with her first love, forcing Chrisette on a tumultuous journey to restore that love. The singer also talks about the Donald Trump’s inauguration backlash.
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I’m sure many people are familiar with the group Sister Sledge . Especially when it comes to the family reunions.
With songs like ” We are Family”, “He’s the Greatest Dancer “, and more…
Joni Sledge, who with her sisters recorded the enduring dance anthem “We Are Family,” has died, the band’s representative said Saturday.
She was 60.
Sledge was found dead in her home by a friend in Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday, the band’s publicist, Biff Warren, said. A cause of death has not been determined. He said she had not been ill.
“On yesterday, numbness fell upon our family. We welcome your prayers as we weep the loss of our sister, mother, aunt, niece and cousin,” read a family statement.
Sledge and her sisters Debbie, Kim and Kathy formed the Sister Sledge in 1971 in Philadelphia, their hometown, but struggled for years before success came.