August 3, 2022 California News and Black Media Network — Issue #56
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Opinion: As Monkeypox cases soar, bisexual men need to be upfront with straight women partners | Lashaun Turner | NewsBreak Original — original.newsbreak.com
Young man with LGBT flag painted across face-:Pexels.com::_. Monkeypox is transmitted to humans through close contact with an infected person or animal, or with material contaminated with the virus. Most cases in the growing monkeypox outbreak are among men who have sex with men, according to the World Health Organization.
Alabama inmate accuses nursing staff of withholding medical supplies | Lashaun Turner | NewsBreak Original — original.newsbreak.com
A video starting to make the rounds on social media and #blacktwitter depicts an inmate complaining about medical mistreatment in prison. The video was posted to the Instagram account of the law firm Maxwell & Tillman with the caption “Alabama prison refusing to give inmate a new colostomy bag. This is heartbreaking but completely normal in our prison system”, the post said.
Bill authorizing safe injection sites heads to Newsom | California | thecentersquare.com — www.thecentersquare.com
(The Center Square) — California could soon allow sanctioned drug consumption sites in certain cities under a proposal headed for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.
California mom, Black Lives Matter claim police ‘brutally attacked’ child at state fair | Fox News — www.foxnews.com
Black Lives Matter says police at the California State Fair “brutally attacked” a young boy. The fair argues the boy was attempting to steal and suffered only a small cut.
For wrongfully convicted Black men, exoneration can be just as traumatizing as prison — www.nbcnews.com
Black people are wrongfully convicted at a higher rate — and pay a high price even after being exonerated.
Michael E. Langley becomes the first Black four-star Marine general — www.nbcnews.com
The Senate voted this week to promote Lt. Gen. Michael E. to four-star general, making him the first Black man to receive the distinction.
Netflix agrees to invest more in African content and filmmakers — www.nbcnews.com
Netflix plans to continue spending on scripted and unscripted content in Africa until it unearths the big “Squid Game”-like show that captures global buzz.
Airbnb removes Mississippi ‘slave cabin’ from listings after viral TikTok video — www.nbcnews.com
Airbnb on Monday removed listings where enslaved people in the U.S. once lived following a viral TikTok video slamming a Mississippi property described as a “slave cabin.”
Joe Biden Commits Nearly $200B To Build Up Africa’s Infrastructure But $0 To Black Communities In US — www.youtube.com
At the recent G7 meeting Joe Biden committed $200 billion to build up the economic infrastructure for multiple countries across the globe. The majority of wh…
Demetra- The CBC Failed Jayland Walker — www.youtube.com
Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKZGcrxRAhdUi58Mdr565mw/joinDemetra Kaye reports on the Congressional Black Caucus …
The Decline of America: “Is whiteness the Problem?” — www.youtube.com
Professor Jed Esty talks with Karen and Drew McCaskill about “America” and “whiteness” and how it may at the crux of the destruction of the nation. He was on…
Immigration Acts of America. Glimpse of FBA History & American… | by Brooke Sinclair | The Bloodpc | Jul, 2022 | Medium — medium.com
Before 1890, before Slavic and Italian immigrants arrived in America, the United States created a permanent quota system based on “national origin.” It limited the number of immigrants that could be…
Congressional Black Caucus Above the Mason Dixon | by Brooke Sinclair | The Bloodpc | Jul, 2022 | Medium — medium.com
Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, & Connecticut. “Congressional Black Caucus Above Mason Dixon” is published by Brooke Sinclair in The Bloodpc.
National Black Business Month Founder spreads awareness this August — www.wfla.com
National Black Business Month Founder spreads awareness this August
‘Ebony’ and ‘Jet’ Magazines’ Iconic Photos Captured Black Life in America | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine — www.smithsonianmag.com
Getty and the Smithsonian will now share ownership of the two magazines’ renowned photo archives
‘Toy Story’ Character Makes Sure to Greet, Hug Black Children at Disney World — www.tmz.com
Someone at Disney World is reading headlines, or so it seems based on how a Woody character went out of the way to engage Black children waiting along a parade route.