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Archive for October 2010

Must See Short Film: Rhyme Animal (Entire movie right here!)

My boy, @althompsoninc, hipped me to the short film, Rhyme Animal. Al stars in it, its 20 minutes, but the storyline is crazy. If you decide to watch it, I’m telling you now, look out for: language, sexual situations and other stuff that would be R rated. […]

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New Movie: Let Me In – I Gotta See It (Trailer)

I’m not one for horror or scary movies. I basically feel that life can be so scary at times that there is no real point for me to go to the movies and be scared enough to wet my pants! HOWEVER, on this special occasion, I’ve seen […]

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Happy Birthday To ME! :Thanks to All of You!

Hey people. Today is my birthday. I started it off with a facial and a hot stone massage. That was fantastic. I also went to the screening of Can She Be Saved? at the Reel Independent Film Festival. My Dad got a chance to see Can She […]

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Can She Be Saved? Screens in Washington, DC Tomorrow!

Hey there. I am celebrating the 13th Film Festival Screening of Can She Be Saved? this weekend. It happens to coincide with my birthday, so I’m extra excited and its definitely poetic. I’ll be at the ARC in Washington, DC. The address is 1901 Mississippi Ave, SE. […]

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Must See Webseries: Lenox Ave – Almost at 100k Views (Video)

Creators gotta produce their own shows for themselves. So, let’s do it. Here’s Al Thompson’s new webseries, Lenox Ave. Yasmin ShirazYasmin Shiraz is the Award winning Author of Retaliation a novel about a community’s response to youth violence. In 2009, it was selected as one of the […]

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    YASMIN SHIRAZIn my recent book, Accused, one of the main characters is accused of a crime that he didn’t commit. In looking at the criminal justice system in the United States, there are plenty of people who are convicted of crimes only to find years later through DNA […]The post Book Research: Black Defendants Are Often Wrongfully Accused appeared first on […]
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