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Does Black Lives Matter?

June 25, 2020



Written By James

BLACK LIVES MATTER (BLM), which was started July 2013 have been an ongoing movement surrounding the deaths of unarmed black lives at the hands of police brutality and racial injustice. The black community have continued to be victims of injustices like that of Trayvon Martin, Eric Gardner, Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland, Michael Brown, Alton Sterling, Breonna Taylor, the recent murder of George Floyd and many more which has caused Nationwide and Global outrage. While there have been opposing views of the Black Lives Matter movement, "All Lives Matter", it has been heavily criticized due to the unfair injustice served on black killings vs those of other ethnicities.

In 2013, Black Lives Matter was founded by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer, George Zimmerman. Initially, this movement was genuine in support of black families not receiving the deserved justice for the injustices that occurred. Fast forward a few years later, in 2016 BLM became heavily indoctrinated by Leftists radical organizations to endorse the BLM movement to a corporate standard to accept cash donations from Domestic and Foreign interest groups.

EXCLUSIVE OP-ED: Ronna McDaniel, ‘Pres. Trump Continues to Fight for Black Community’

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Critically, as long as the loans go toward things like maintaining all employees’ salaries and keeping the lights on and the doors open, they will be forgiven in full, so essentially this is a grant. In other words, today, Black-owned small businesses; salons, restaurants, boutiques, you name it, there is guaranteed cash with no strings attached waiting for you, but you have to apply.


April 13, 2020

By BlackPressUSA 

Written By Ronna McDaniel, Chair of the Republican National Committee for the NNPA Newswire


I am from Michigan, and here in my hometown I have seen our community rally to do all we can to support our neighbors and local businesses during this difficult time. Thanks to President Donald Trump, some more help is on the way, especially for Black-owned small businesses.

From the start of this pandemic, the President’s first priority has always been the health and well-being of Americans, especially our most vulnerable. While he and his team are working to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, he is also working to ensure that our economy can bounce back stronger than ever.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw record low

Despite Political Rhetoric, GA is Setting the Standards
May 1, 2020

The State of Georgia has maintained a Growing Economic Impact in the United States that has been pretty formidable. For the Past five years, GA has claimed the title of "Number 1 State for business" and It Seems that Governor Kemp is pushing to keep Georgians in that position, despite fears being pushed by political operatives.

Feed The City IV
May 1, 2020 


GA State Representative and Feed the Hungry CEO Carl Gilliard, out of the abundance of city wide struggle in the Savannah area during this world wide pandemic, has partnered up with local leaders and business owners to provide Feed The City Events around the Greater Savannah Area. 

Contact Free Transference of  Food for those in need in a Campaign being Coined "Trunk to Table" in an effort to help ease the economic hardship facing many.

The forth "Feed the City" Event will take place 12:00 PM on May 09, 2020 at the Salvation Army located at 3000 Bee Rd, Savannah, GA 31404


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