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“Me Too” Founder Tarana Burke Says Harvey Weinstein Being Jailed Was “Astonishing” But Far From The End Of The Movement


Tarana Burke started using the phrase “Me Too” in 2006 to raise awareness of women who had been abused.
Eleven years later, it found global recognition after a viral tweet from actress Alyssa Milano, who was among the women who accused Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. Investigations led to his imprisonment earlier this year.

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How Africans Ended Up Being So Expendable

In a short video that Hollywood star, Salma Hayek posted on her Instagram platform, June 4, 2020, she makes an impassioned plea to her brothers and sisters, from Mexico and Latin America, to come around and lend support to the African Americans’ cause.

“To my Latin-American Community,” she started carefully, making cogent of the need to join the Black Lives Matter Movement and speak up against injustice. She, practically, was imploring them to drag themselves from their it’s-not-my-fight attitude, and rise to the occasion.

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The Most Influential Female News Anchors In Uganda

They have the attitude. They are smart, vivid and down to business. They are squarely emancipated and will take on anyone. They are the most powerful female news anchors in Uganda.

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Bebe Cool Enraged By Media Banter: “I Expected An Editorial That Appreciates Hard Work”

“Today I have decided to officially ask all Organizing Committees of any Music Competition/Awards in Uganda to exclude my name in any nomination in Uganda. Let me concentrate on being appreciated beyond my borders rather . . . “

Uganda’s king-sized music superstar, Bebe Cool is hopping mad at the media after a cartoon was published in a daily, earlier this week critiquing the singer’s perennial sweep of the accolades, even where he’s conjectured least likely.

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