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Uber Driver Refuses To Pick Up Black Passenger Ashley Ford

[ad_1] Uber has said before that it would fix its discrimination problem. But there’s still apparently a lot of work to be done. A Black woman received more than 7,000 likes and over 3,000 retweets after sharing that an Uber driver refused to pick her up. “It’s hard, because I don’t want to believe it was racist, but I don’t see any other reason why he would have looked at me and said ‘No’ and drove off. I tend to want to give people the benefit of the doubt. …My money is as good as anyone else… I tip well. I’m...

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‘Star Wars’ episode 8 tickets have outsold any other movie on Fandango this year

[ad_1] Ticket sales are strong with "The Last Jedi." Disney's next installment in the "Star Wars" saga has become Fandango's top advance ticket-seller of the year, the online ticket site reported on Tuesday. The film, which doesn't officially open in North America until Friday with previews beginning Thursday night, toppled another Disney production, "Beauty and the Beast," which came out in March, for the top spot. "The Last Jedi" is the biggest ticket pre-seller for Fandango since the series' last film,...

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‘Shape of Water,’ ‘Big Little Lies’ lead Golden Globe nominations

[ad_1] Best picture drama nominees include the coming-of-age story "Call Me by Your Name," the war epic "Dunkirk," journalism-themed "The Post," the love story "The Shape of Water" and the murder mystery "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.""The Shape of Water," which is about a mute custodian who forms an unusual relationship, leads with seven nominations, including best movie screenplay, best original score, best supporting actor and actress, best movie actress and best director. "The Post" and "Three Billboards" follow with six nominations each.The best motion picture comedy or musical is sure to stir controversy as it includes the social...

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Terror Attacks Show Immigration As Security Issue

[ad_1] BALTIMORE (AP) — U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday that an attack on the New York City subway system showed in the “starkest terms” that the failures of the U.S. immigration system are a national security issue. Speaking at a news conference with the new chief of Homeland Security, Sessions said two terrorist attacks in New York in recent months were each carried out by men who were in the U.S. “as a result of failed immigration policies.” Authorities said a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant is in custody after Monday’s rush hour attack in New York, described as a botched suicide...

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LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball Turn Pro With Club Team In Lithuania

[ad_1] A basketball club from Lithuania says it has signed LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball to pro contracts, making LaVar Ball‘s two younger sons ineligible for college basketball. The move comes after LiAngelo left UCLA , where he was suspended after being arrested for shoplifting during the team’s season-opening trip to China. LaVar Ball pulled 16-year-old LaMelo out of Chino Hills High recently. His oldest son, Lonzo, is a rookie with the Lakers. It's not about the money for the Ball Brothers. They have a passion to play Basketball and to experience playing as pros was the Goal. They have accomplished this mission and...

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Beyoncé Shows Off Her Fashion Sense At Jay-Z’s Music Tour

[ad_1] While stopping by her husband Jay-Z’s music tour, Beyoncé showed off her fashion sense with denim shorts, over-the-knee boots, and an oversized belt. In the pictures she posted, one features the 36-year-old singer turning around to strike a pose which of course exposed a little booty for the fans. Swipe through the pictures down below.       Like BlackAmericaWeb.com on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Made In America 2017: Jay Z, Beyonce, Solange & More 20 photos Launch gallery 1. 2017 Budweiser Made in America – Day 2 1 of 20 2. 2017 Budweiser Made in America – Day 2 2 of 20 3. 2017 Budweiser Made in America – Day 2 3 of...

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K. Michelle Is Having Surgery To Remove Her Fake Butt

[ad_1] K.Michelle announced earlier this year, that she was undergoing surgery to shrink her buxom bottom and now the Love & Hip Hop singer is undergoing surgery to have all the “foreign objects” removed. “January 12, I literally have to lay down again to get these foreign objects out of my body,” K. Michelle revealed on Ebro In The Morning. “Not I’m getting it completely out.” Michelle admitted everyone in the industry goes to the same doctor, but after losing weight and having kids “our butts have gone in a different direction as well.” Ebro confirmed Michelle always had a large bottom, but...

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‘Get Out’ Named Top Film Of 2017 By African American Film Association

[ad_1] Los Angeles, CA – Jordan Peele’s seismic thriller Get Out captured the most wins from the members of the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA). Released early in 2017, the film earned Best Film, Best Directing, Best Acting and Best Screenplay recognition from the world’s largest group of professional Black film critics. In addition to acting newcomer Daniel Kaluuya, AAFCA also recognized Frances McDormand for her tough-as-nails performance as a grieving mom in THREE BILLBOADS OUTSIDE EBBING MISSOURI. Laurence Fishburne and Tiffany Haddish won Best Supporting nods for their performances in LAST FLAG FLYING and GIRLS TRIP, while actor Lakeith Stanfield (who also appears...

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New Book Seeks To Empower Black Men & Tear Down Stereotypes

[ad_1] The African-American community grows every day in knowledge and opportunities to help bring people to the next level. Over the years, we’ve seen how the men our community have been hit hard by police brutality and injustice. Author, TV host, entrepreneur and radio show host Coach Michael Taylor looks to change that with his new book Shattering Black Male Stereotypes which he plans on releasing an online empowerment summit in January of 2018. Black News reports, that the book aims to look at, deconstruct and explain the, “10 most destructive media generated illusions about Black men.” Set to be a resource for...

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