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America, Arthur, and Bad: Moorlnfo @Moorlnformation Follow Lil Jon Has Just Opened A Primary School Within The West African Nation Of Ghana This Past Weekend PENCILS GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE ABOMAYAW D.A.KINDERGARTEN This school block was built by Pencils of Promise (PoP) and the Community dicated to the Abomayaw Community in Memory & in Honor of Carrie M. Smith Inaugurated on 12th October, 2017 OIRONLIN 2:07 PM 15 Oct 2017 14,551 Retweets 20,695 Likes GD Everything Georgia Follow @GAFollowers Atlanta legend @LilJon recently built a school in Ghana ending several years of struggle for children. 6:19 PM 16 Oct 2017 414 Retweets 896 Likes C AJC Follow @ajc Lil Jon opens school in Ghana in honor of his mother on-ajc.com/2ieLKGy 3:47 PM 16 Oct 2017 122 Retweets 171 Likes pizzaizbae: 17mul: thesickestsinner: arthur-king-of-the-britons: thesickestsinner: arthur-king-of-the-britons: thesickestsinner: arthur-king-of-the-britons: hiphopandanime: the-real-eye-to-see: For those who didn’t know, The King of Crunk is also the King of the Good Deeds. Jonathan Smith, also known as Lil Jon, celebrated the completion of a primary school built to increase education efforts to an eastern region of Ghana. This isn’t Lil Jon’s first dabble into philanthropic efforts. In 2011, the artist reportedly raised $80,000 to help rebuild school in his hometown of Atlanta. Keep up the great work, John. Why are him and other hip hop artist doing more for the world than American government? Respect Because they’re the AMERICAN government, not the WORLD government And yet they find themselves in every other country’s business but their own. I don’t remember getting involved with India. You know who does mind their own business and keeps to themselves? North Korea.  I remember America setting up a military base in people’s countries like… (Source) while North Korea has not. I remember America trying to invade countries on some bullshit “you need freedom” while systematically destroying any kind of order by dismantling their governments and making no real attempt to make up for their fuck up.  Like the U.S. didn’t purposefully cause unrest in Latin America with those Banana Wars. Like the U.S. started war with Iraq after being told not to by the United Nations then getting in their feeling when France elected not to help them talking about some bullshit “We call French Fries, Freedom Fries from here on in”. Like the U.S. doesn’t literally routinely destabilize areas or entire continents for financial gain. I suggest you put down the little star and stripe print flag and read up about your own country’s shenanigans. Mad cuz bad.  Can’t respond properly huh? Lmfao that’s why you’re in my inbox using taunts that 13 year old white kids on Call of Duty servers use huh? Deactivate your account and go sign up for a history class at your local community college. Dragggggg Yeah if you literally can’t think of at least 10 things America has done when it comes to interfering in other countries’ politics and peoples then you have no room for an opinion. Period. Because your opinion is not based on any facts and therefore irrelevant. If you need help I can source you about 20 books to start.
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Black Lives Matter, Google, and Police: 16%| 16:21 AM Google Just Dropped $11,000, www.theroot.com Google Just Dropped $11,000,000 to Make Sure #BlackLivesMatter Michael Harriot Yesterday 9:17am Filed to: GOOGLE 147.6K3 oogle f Share Tweet 6%. 6:21 AM Although Google did not specifically mention #BlackLivesMatter, there is little doubt that the recent outcry against state violence and injustice influenced Google's philanthropic initiatives. Feel free to direct people to this story whenever they ask what good things protesting has produced Tell them this is the reason social action and unitv are important Plus, when wypipo find out, we're gonna need all the help we can get mopping up the white tears Michael Harriot@michaelharriot Michael Harriot is a staff writer at The Root, host of "The Black One" podcast and editor-in-chief of the daily digital magazine NegusWhoRead f Share Tweet 796 6:20 AM system, including $1 million to the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit focused on confronting past injustices, including America's history of lynchings and unequal treatment of people of color; $5 million to the Center for Policing Equity to build a national database that tracks police departments' use of force and traffic stops; $1 million to Impact Justice, an organization that focuses on keeping juveniles out of the criminal-justice system; and $1.5 million to Measures for Justice to build a web svstem to show how local municipalities treat people based on gender, color, age, etc A 11 1 f Share Tweet ardnale: melanin-king: Shout out to google What’s your move, Bing? Be nice to bing they probably have four dollars to spare
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