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Media Questions Of The Week

Barack Obama New Orleans Katrina 10 2015

 

Why are some citizens criticizing¬†Barack Obama’s response to Hurricane Katrina that took place in 2005 when he did not become president until 2009?

When will an artist come along and outdo Michael Jackson’s commercial accomplishment of five number one singles with the Bad album?

 

Is Yasiin Bey correct in his perception that there is too much disposable hip-hop putting a strain in the genre’s contemporary quality?

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Media Questions Of The Week

Has the Charlottesville white nationalist rally that resulted in the death of Heather Heyer and President’s Trump’s reactions to it become a turning point for race relations in America?

Is Lady Gaga’s question to Black people about white people addressing racism the way to truly heal wounds caused by racism?

Were the fans right to address Insecure’s perceived lack of condom use?

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Media Questions Of The Week

Was Serena Williams’ comment about becoming a “real woman” after giving birth taken out of context?


Will President Trump come out stronger against racism after the white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia created the State Of Emergency?

 

Is Kendrick Lamar’s assessment correct in his Rolling Stone interview when he says he can not call himself the best rapper if he has a ghostwriter?

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Recovered Crack Addict, Tonier Cain, Says Senators Could Make Drug Epidemic Worse

Annapolis, MD – During her 19-year crack addiction, Tonier Cain racked up 83 arrests and 66 convictions. She turned to prostitution to pay for drugs, lost custody of four children, and, when she wasn’t locked up, she slept under a bridge.¬† Today, 12-years after completing treatment, Cain penned an open letter to the Senate Health Committee urging them to preserve the mandate for insurers to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment and continue federal funding for Medicaid expansion.
“I sent the letter to make sure the Senators working to overhaul health care who may be out of touch with the people they serve, get a first-hand account of how treatment changes lives,” says Cain. “I urge anyone who has benefitted from treatment to speak out and let our leaders know we matter our struggle matters, and our votes matter. Our triumphs over addiction demonstrate that treating this debilitating illness not only saves lives and communities but also saves money. “
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Media Questions Of The Week

Will the television show Underground find a new network home?

Is Nas “jumping on a bandwagon” by calling President Trump racist?

Did Bill Maher go too far by calling himself a “house n*((a?”

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