Wells Fargo Bank May Not Survive Its Deepening Scandal

WELLS FARGO CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2016/10/05: A concerned group of New York-based citizens, professionals, artists and activist groups staged a protest vs Wells Fargo's corporate headquarters for crimes against the American public; from setting up bogus accounts, to illegally repossessing 413 American solider's cars, to firing 5,300 employees coerced to engaging in fraud against bank customers, and the list of alleged fraud and crime is endless. (Photo by Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

A rebellion is brewing to rein in predatory account management practices in the U.S. banking industry.

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It Didn’t Start With Eminem: 9 Rap Songs that Called Out White Supremacy

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“What makes me saying ‘I don’t give a f***,’ different from Patrick Henry saying ‘Give me liberty or give me death?’ What makes my freedom any different than Bosnians or who ever [America] wants to fight for this year?” ~Tupac Shakur (Rapper, Actor, Author, Activist)

Beyond Prayer: The Black Church, Protest, and Progression

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“Let the world protest. The job of the church is to pray. Pray he succeeds. Pray that he doesn’t fail. We don’t have anybody in place to take over. Humble themselves and pray.”
~Donnie McClurkin on Donald Trump

Gucci Mane and the Power of Hip Hop Therapy

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I’m my best friend, and I’m my worst enemy, and no one else can hurt me unless I let them. Is you feelin’ me? ~Gucci Mane “Worst Enemy” (2009)

Stop Trying to Convince White People White Supremacy Exists

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“I don’t call myself a white supremacist. I’m a civil rights activists concerned about European-American rights.” ~David Duke, Member and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan

13 Times Tupac Prophesied, Inspired, and Challenged Us to Be Great

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“When was the last time anyone told you how important you are? Did you know people stood on auction blocks and were bought and sold so that you could stay alive today?”
~Dr. Maya Angelou to Tupac Shakur on the set of Poetic Justice

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