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Jay Z will tell Trayvon Martin’s story in new docuseries and feature film

  • Feb. 26, 2017 marked five years since Trayvon Martin was shot dead in Sanford, Florida. 
  • The 17-year-old’s killing sparked the Black Lives Matter movement and conversations about racial profiling targeting black people in America.
  • Jay Z and Weinstein Company have signed on to tell Martin’s story and honor his legacy through a six-part docuseries and a narrative feature film, Variety reports.
  • The partners solidified the deal after winning the rights to two books that take an in-depth look into Martin’s life and the impact of his case. Read more (3/24/17)

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THIS. AIN’T. BEYONCÉ’S. FIRST. RODEO.

This is for those who think she’s doing this to capitalize off of black people for profit (which doesn’t make much sense at this point in her career. If she wants to make significant financial gain, she would sell out for white dollars like some of these other artists).

March 1, 2017

Part 1 of “TIME: The Kalief Browder Story.”

This photo was taken in Jay Z’s Roc Nation office on May 11, 2015, less than one month before Browder committed suicided due to the 3 years of physical, emotional, and mental trauma he endured at Rikers Island with no conviction.

Tune in next Wednesday at 10 pm EST for part 2.