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Had the literal best time ever last night. Screaming and crying for a solid 7 minutes while Michael stood on stage in silence and awe before JBH is one of the single greatest things I’ve ever experienced. I’m so damn proud of this band and everything they’ve accomplished. I hope they enjoyed their first headlining show in Nashville as much as I did! I love you.

Stop spreading the disease of hatred

When you answer hatred with more hatred, it leads to hurtful consequences. It can even lead to tragedy. We’ve seen that over and over again.

When it’s flu season, health professionals warn us to take precautions so we don’t spread the flu, a potentially-deadly virus. They tell us to wash our hands. They tell us to cover our mouths when we cough or sneeze. They tell us to be careful around children, the elderly and those with weakened immunity.

While there is no vaccine that can prevent hatred, or hateful actions caused by others, we make a conscious choice to slow the disease of hatred or spread it to others. When we keep score and reason with ourselves that, “They were hateful to me. I have to get them back to even the score,” you’ve just made a choice to spread the disease.

No doctor can cure hatred. No government program can cure hatred. Only you can cure the disease of hatred by refusing to keep score and stopping yourself from multiplying the harmful effects of hatred. 

Holding on to hatred is like drinking a glass of harmful acid - it will eat your insides away. Committing a hateful act to “seek justice” for another hateful act is like convincing others to share that glass of acid with you.

Hate will always be with us, but we choose to be its ally when we hate as a form of revenge. We give it the power to destroy lives when we continue its cycle. Stop hating. Stop keeping score. Stop spreading this horrible disease by mindfully resisting–strenuously resisting–the temptation to seek revenge on those who’ve been hateful to you. 

A Case Of Mistaken Identity Turned This HBCU Alum Into Target

A Case Of Mistaken Identity Turned This HBCU Alum Into Target

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Micah David Johnson, a graduate of historically black Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, and also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., spoke with Rolling Out about being wrongly identified as a suspect in the deadly Dallas ambush that left five police officers dead and six others wounded on July 8. Some highlights of the interview are below. If he received an apology from the…

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Over 30 HBCU Presidents Come Together In Support Of #BlackLivesMatter Movement
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More than 30 historically black college and university (HBCU) presidents and chancellors has come together to denounce America’s gun violence problem in response to the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge and Philander Castile in Falcon Heights and the subsequent deadly cop ambush in Dallas that took the lives of five police officers. The HBCU leaders have penned a letter taking a…

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