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#NoJusticeNoLeBron Trends in Wake of Non-Indictment of Cops in Tamir Rice Shooting

sunnubian ·
#NoJusticeNoLeBron Trends in Wake of Non-Indictment of Cops in Tamir Rice Shooting December 29, 2015 | Posted by Ricky Riley Tagged With: #BlackLivesMatter , Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty , lebron james , Tamir Rice , Tamir Rice Death , Tamir Rice investigation , Tamir Rice shooting , Timothy J. McGinty After news broke that Officer Timothy Loehmann would not be facing charges for shooting 12-year-old Tamir Rice , many citizens took to Twitter to discuss their general outrage over...
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Kocolicious ·
I disagree with this. That man has a RIGHT to make a living. It is not his responsibility to be the poster boy for justice. Every black person should be. If that's the case then let those who suggested it QUIT their jobs. See? There black people go again trying to get somebody else to do their focking work. LAZY! They can't call the shots on someone's else life. That's focking ridiculous. How about teaching your kids in the comfort of your home BLACK HISTORY? See folks are talking out the...
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Norland ·
Stop putting money in YT's pockets in all ways necessary until they can respect us as a people. Military, Basketball, Football, all the little boy sports that bring them big bucks. Stop killing FOR them until they can stop KILLING OUR CHILDREN AND US. They're nothing but a bunch of murderers anyway. Ask the Natives, they have stories to tell. They're somewhere in the wilderness on Reservations; similar to Cages 2 million of our black asses are locked up in. The Spirits of the Enslaved and...
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sunnubian ·
I think it should be a collective effort by ALL Black athletes, not just LeBron; all of them on every team in America from college to the pros, and all at once.
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sunnubian ·
Responding to #NoJusticeNoLeBron, James Reflects Supreme Ignorance of Police Brutality in His Own Backyard December 31, 2015 | Posted by David Love Tagged With: #IAmTrayvonMartin , #NoJusticeNoLebron , #wearetrayvonmartin , Cleveland Cavaliers , Eric Garner arrest , eric garner case , Eric Garner Chokehold , eric garner chokehold death , eric garner death , Hall of famer jim brown , Jim Brown , lebron james , Miami Heat lebron james , Miami Heat Trayvon Martin , Tamir Rice Case , Tamir Rice...
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sunnubian ·
LeBron James' endorsement deals: Endorsement Deals: – $43 Million He is one of the most marketable athlete now, not only in untied States but outside his stock is getting sky high, Dunkin’ Donuts and the NBA2K14 video game in China N ike Shoes Coca Cola McDonalds
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GoodMan ·
I don't understand asking Lebron to not play...as if that would do anything. Just because we might be Black doesn't mean we are on the same team and on top of that. Lebron wants to be a billionaire...he ain't gonna say anything or do anything controversial. When has a grand jury decision ever been reversed anyway?
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Momentum ·
I don't think its fair to LeBron James, Blacks need to stop looking for a hero we need to band to together across the board. LeBron while meeting his contract obligations can help in many other ways and it also takes the focus off the killers of Tamir Rice and puts the spotlight on LeBron James. It completely shifts the issue from what needs to be in the spotlight.
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sunnubian ·
Of course Black people need to "band together across the board", which would include LeBron James and each and every Black professional athlete in America. No, I don't believe LeBron should take this on all by himself, but LeBron James and all other Black professional athletes that dominate in any sport should be, as we speak meeting to plan how they are going to boycott the games or all of a sudden fall too "ill" to play, etc. During the Civil Rights Movement, the Black athletes, actors,...
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