At 33, Nipsey Hussle, whose birth name is Ermias Ashgedom, was one of the last frontiersmen who worked to sustain a viable and visible Black Los Angeles community. He juggled several ventures in his beloved Crenshaw District. On Sunday, the same place he worked hard to empower is where he was gunned down.
Kicking off our street cast, “This That & the Third | Public Conversations,” we cover the recent college admissions scandal where authorities uncovered an illicit operation involving rich and connected parents who paid to circumnavigate the application and acceptance process at elite universities.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will provide the details of plans on new gun legislation. These changes come after 50 people were killed in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday.
Four Congressional officials question how the Feds deal with extremists in the military after the arrest of Christopher Hasson, 49, a Coast Guard lieutenant who is being held for gun violations and illegal drug possession. It is believed that he is a white nationalist who was planning domestic terrorist attacks.
Hundreds of hours of reviewed footage and multiple interviews around the alleged homophic, racist attack of actor Jussie Smollett have led the Chicago Police Department to Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundairo, Nigerian bodybuilding brothers living in the city.
An educator writes about dealing with molestation and rape as a child and teen against the backdrop of the #Meetoo movement, as well as, the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial and Senate Judiciary hearings on the appointment of Bret Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court Justice.