Because it has become painfully clear through a pattern of heavy-handed, hyper-violent and wantonly callous interactions between police and citizens, particularly black citizens nationwide...that the system of law enforcement as currently practiced is broken. And we need change.
Monday, August 3, 2015
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Sunday, July 26, 2015
No one can deny the resurgence of creative energy and the support of it in Baltimore City. Local, national and international media alike have raved over the immense amount of unique talent we have to offer. Pangea Fest, named after the state of all the continents united, was birthed out of the celebration of this. Pangea Fest represents a more connected and diverse Baltimore art and music scene, not only amongst ourselves but surrounding states as well.
Pangea Fest is to take place pangeafestbmore.splashthat.com
. , at the YNot Lot in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Legendary hip-hoppera JEAN GRAEis headlining with performance and DJ sets by BLAQSTARR and local acts curated by various collectives including Invisible Majority, Llamadon, Cre3sol, Oddflower, Electric Llama, Our Nature, The Incredible Creation and more! Hosted by writer D.Watkins and singer and actress Miz Jaxxxn. The event will also have live art, local zines, an artist market & other special surprises. The official afterparty will be at The Crown-1910 N Charles St. Presale tickets are available now:
Pangea Fest is brought to you by Invisible Majority and Locals Only. Invisible Majority is a Baltimore based creative community incubator that offers space, services and events to the creative community. Locals Only is a series of events and panels that help highlight and build up Baltimore’s artistic community.
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Saturday, July 11, 2015
BALTIMORE (WJZ)–A woman dumps water on Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake during a One Baltimore event this morning at the Mondawmin Mall.
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Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Whoopi Goldberg is staunchly defending Bill Cosby in the wake of a 2005 deposition where the comedian admitted to giving at least one woman a sedative and purchasing quaaludes to give to women he wanted to have sex with.
The actress shared her thoughts on The View, telling viewers to "save your texts, save your nasty comments — I don't care." Goldberg, who has defended Cosby throughout a maelstrom of sexual assault allegations from dozens of women, said he is "innocent until proven guilty."
"He has not been proven a rapist," she said.
Posted by The Incredible Creation at 9:35 PM
Saturday, July 4, 2015
The new Apple Music streaming service comes with a three-month free trial as a way to entice users. Get them hooked early on and they'll be more likely to cough up money to subscribe to the platform.
Whether Apple Music isn't for you or you don't want to pay for the service after the three months are up, you can cancel the service right now and still use it for the duration of the trial period. Canceling your Apple Music subscription is easy to do, but here's a step-by-step guide to make the process even easier.
How to cancel on iOS
There's a user account avatar on the top left corner of every page of the new music app. Tap it, and you'll be brought to an account page.
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Saturday, June 27, 2015
Baltimore based brand 'The Incredible Creation' started RIGHT HERE, with this very blog... And has grown into something much bigger... "...a creative brand/umbrella organization that hosts an array of artistic abilities facilitating in creating, building and supporting the dreams of those artist(s) invested in this artistic powerhouse. Joining together all facets of creative talents under one unifying brand whose mission is to set the standard of being incredible though fostering the growth and development of its members personally, professionally, emotionally and by using the wealth of resources at its disposal, a unique perspective, an outlet to freely express themselves through use of their various artistic talents. The Incredible Creation in essence is a family full of different talents and outlets all connected by a sincere desire to touch and inspire the world through their gifts." (visit the main site for more info)
But now, WE need your HELP... In order to continue making dreams come true & throwing events for the community.. We need to raise some money to make everything happen that has helped us grow into this incredible creation we have thus far.
We are asking for any donation from 25 cents to a dollar or $5 or more & if you cannot contribute anything please share this on your social media accounts.
Thank You & God Bless..
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Saturday, June 6, 2015
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The Grassroots are helping to bring peace to Baltimore, if only people could see their work, so often drowned out by "well meaning" celebrity cameos.
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Monday, May 4, 2015
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Ignorance & Disrespect at an all-time high...
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Sunday, April 26, 2015
"Mr. Gray ran from the police before being taken into custody, according to Deputy Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez of the Baltimore Police Department."
An officer pursues Mr. Gray and another person. Both run south.
A police unit arrives two blocks south and radios, “I got him.”
According to the police, Mr. Gray is stopped without the use of force. An officer takes out a Taser and prepares to use it, but never does. Data downloaded from the Taser shows it was never used, Deputy Commissioner Rodriguez said.
A police van is requested. Mr. Gray asks the police for an inhaler. Full video
The driver of the van believes Mr. Gray is acting irate in the back.
The van stops so paperwork can be completed. Mr. Gray is placed in leg restraints and put back in the van.
The van is headed toward Central Booking.
The van goes to pick up the other person, who was arrested at 1600 West North Avenue. Police put him in the back of the van with Mr. Gray. The two prisoners are separated by a metal barrier. The van heads to the Western District station.
After the van arrives at the Western District station, a medic is called.NY TIMES
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By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and STEPHEN BABCOCK
BALTIMORE — A largely peaceful protest over the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who suffered a spinal cord injury in police custody, gave way to scattered scenes of chaos here on Saturday night, as demonstrators smashed a downtown storefront window, threw rocks and bottles and damaged police cruisers, while officers in riot gear broke up skirmishes and made 12 arrests near Camden Yards.
Shortly before 10 p.m., Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake convened a news conference at City Hall, where she appeared with several others — including Mr. Gray’s twin sister, Fredericka; a prominent pastor, Jamal Bryant; and City Councilman Brandon Scott — to appeal for calm. By that time the disturbances had largely settled.
Mr. Gray’s sister, appearing composed less than 48 hours before her brother’s scheduled funeral, spoke only briefly, saying, “Freddie Gray would not want this. Freddie’s father and mother does not want the violence.”
Hours earlier, a racially diverse and mostly calm crowd of hundreds — and by some estimates more than 1,000 — marched through the streets, clogging intersections, carrying signs and shouting, “All night, all day, we’re gonna fight for Freddie Gray!” They made their way from the Gilmor Homes — the squat brick public West Baltimore housing development where Mr. Gray was arrested on April 12 — through the sparkling downtown harbor, a major tourist attraction here, before assembling on a plaza at City Hall.
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