Dec 13-California News and Black Media Network — Issue #63

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Lashaun Turner
5 min readDec 13, 2022

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On December 14, 2022, from 8 AM to 10 AM we will Pull Up at The Port of SSA on 1717 Middle Harbor Rd, Oakland Ca 94607. The Pull up is a nationwide call to action organized by individuals across the nation to Rally for Reparations, delineation, and a hate crime bill for Black Americans, sharing the same lineage. The mission is to bring awareness and action towards the Reparations lineage base and a dire need for an Anti Black American Hate Crime Bill.

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Black farmers suing Biden for debt relief promised last year | Lashaun Turner | NewsBreak
Black farmers were to receive billions of dollars in debt forgiveness as part of the American Rescue Plan. -Black Man in Agricultural FieldPhoto In March 2021, President Biden signed into law a $1.9 trillion Covid-19 stimulus package. Section 1005 of the package formally known as the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), directed the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide up to 120 percent of any outstanding loan balance debt relief to socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers who are from racially marginalized or ethnic minority communities.

Black Airbnb guest shot while walking to grocery store, officials
A California man has been charged with felony assault after shooting an unarmed Black man renting a nearby Airbnb property as he walked to a grocery store, in what prosecutors call an “unprovoked attack.”

Narcan could be required in California gas stations, schools following rise in fentanyl deaths | California |
(The Center Square) — California could move to require opioid antagonist kits, which can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, in public spaces like libraries, gas

California’s deficit of affordable housing units highest in the nation | California |
(The Center Square) — All 50 states in the nation have a deficit of affordable housing units, but no state has a shortage as high as California.

Rep. Adams in The Hill: “Congress has unfinished business for Black America” | Congresswoman Alma
WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 9, 2022) — The Hill published an opinion piece by Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) entitled “3 proposals Congress can pass to fulfill Biden’s promises to Black America.” In the editorial, Rep.

Meet the 18-year-old who just became the youngest Black mayor in the
An 18-year-old college freshman is now the youngest Black mayor in U.S. history after beating out his opponent for the position in a small Arkansas town.

Taunted for being Black, a student fought back, civil rights complaint says. The 30-second fight derailed her
Reports of racist bullying in schools in and around Lubbock, Texas, are part of a pattern of discrimination, civil rights groups say. They’re filing complaints and calling on the federal government to investigate.

Oregon lawsuit spotlights destruction of Black
A home that was a fixture of Bobby Fouther’s childhood is now a parking lot, the two-story, shingle-sided house having been demolished in the 1970s along with

Hate Crimes vs Hate Incidents: How Groups Inflate Data To Receive Priority Over Black
Today we break down the difference between official FBI hate crime data and hate incidents provided by non-governmental organizations. 🤝🏿✊🏿

Brittney Griner’s case was difficult for US negotiators for one key reason: She was
When it comes to prisoner swaps it matters if an individual is guilty of committing the crime or whether there has been a miscarriage of justice. And this is where the Griner case gets tricky.

Her Apartment Might Have Put Her Son’s Health at Risk. But ‘I Have Nowhere Else to Go.’ | Kaiser Health
The United States is suffering from a severe shortage of affordable housing. But elected officials have done little to fix a problem that puts many Americans at greater risk for sickness and shortens lives.

Black Families In Arizona Disproportionately Investigated By
Maricopa County, Arizona has one of the highest rates of child welfare investigation for Black families according to federal data analyzed by ProPublica and …

Ghetto Girl Gets Surprise After She Tries Run Away From Store Owner Without Paying!

25 Shot In ONE WEEKEND in Mayor Lightfoot’s

Twitter Blue new changes to verification, may cost $11 a month. | Lashaun Turner | NewsBreak
Elon Musk’s Twitter Blue subscription, blue check mark, has received an update. In November, Twitter rolled out and then suspended sign-ups for its Twitter Blue subscription service after an increase of impersonations. As part of the subscription service individuals were given a blue check mark making their profile look official, without any actual verification.



Lashaun Turner

JADED: Journalism with a Touch of Shade is Lashaun’s views and opinions on trending topics. Lashaun is a Journalist, Reporter, and Viral Content Creator