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A few days ago we lost a legend in actor Bill Nunn, most known for his role as Radio Raheem in filmmaker Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing. His passing, during yet another troubling time full of police brutality, hits the most as police brutality is what ended Radio Raheem’s life in the film. So the team pays tribute to a good man, actor, and also the one guy who finally brought Robbie Roberson to the big screen. 

Rest easy, Mr. Nunn.

a place to crash

Hey my name is Lloyd I’ve been homeless for a really long time. I have been house hopping for months I’m looking for someone to spare a couch in the Bronx for me.. Due to me losing my job  in March I have no metro card to travel and since I’m low on cash right now I haven’t eaten in two days. I hope someone can help Thanks in advance.

latoyawitter1989@gmail.com

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A Trans Woman's Powerful Message: "I Earned This Life"

In early June, as LGBT Pride Month commenced, the New York City Commission on Human Rights launched the Be You campaign

This ad campaign is the first of its kind: a government-led citywide campaign to affirm every resident’s right to use the bathroom they choose based on their gender identity, not their gender assigned at birth.

An apartment house in Fordham Heights, the Bronx.