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kristenapplebee: itsboundtobetragic: *locks the door of his...

kristenapplebee: itsboundtobetragic: *locks the door of his blanket bedroom* Community | 03x09 Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism [id: gifs of troy from community. he’s smiling and dancing a little while walking out of the blanket fort. he’s holding a key and turns around and puts the key in between 2 blankets where a lock would be in a door and turns the key. end id]
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Ride on Zwift with Froome, Dygert and Campenaerts for World Bicycle Day

Cycling stars online on Wednesday to help raise funds for World Bicycle Relief
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Cowboys re-sign key duo Feldt and Wright

Kyle Feldt has signed a four-year contract extension, while Shane Wright has renewed for another season.
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James Dolan clarifies that Knicks oppose racism in follow-up email to employees

The Knicks are one of a few NBA teams to not release a statement on the death of George Floyd.
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The 7 best point guards in Maryland basketball history

Plenty of great point guards have been Terrapins, but who are the best of the best?
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afronerdism:Y’all need to go to standwithbre.com and sign the petition. It takes 60 seconds. When...

afronerdism:Y’all need to go to standwithbre.com and sign the petition. It takes 60 seconds. When you sign the petition, it sends and emails to 20 officials who can charge the men responsible for her death. Bre, a black woman, was shot dead by white police officers in her own home. They had the wrong house and shot her for being home while black. The officers have not been charged. Stand for her like you did Ahaud. Black women are not incidental victims of police brutality, we matter. Fight for ...
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carrds about BLM in different languages:

passivity: french spanish german korean japanese chinese malay thai finnish filipino indonesian polish hungarian albanian portuguese italian turkish vietnamese
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igneous: community at the movies — (1/?)

igneous: community at the movies — (1/?)
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Another day of protests in Southern California marked by calm

Another day of protest in Southern California opened Tuesday morning with a moment of solidarity as officers outside of the Los Angeles Police Department’s headquarters knelt with protesters. The ministers, pastors and priests in attendance at the rally said it was important to remain peaceful and that the actions of rioters were not helping their cause. “We cannot allow this moment to go by without all of you understanding that we are here in the spirit of George Floyd,” said the Rev. K.W. Tull...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Protest, Minnesota, Minneapolis, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, Venice, Pasadena, Orange County, Riverside County, Black Lives Matter


Black Lives Matters protesters being met with opposition — a new trend?

Southern California protesters demanding justice for George Floyd recently have been met by opposition, some counterprotesters carrying weapons, others engaging in fisticuffs — a trend that will continue in the days ahead, one expert says. “Yes, over the past few days we are seeing more of an escalation” of conflict between groups at demonstrations, marches and rallies, said Lowell Smith, chairman of the Department of Criminal Justice at La Sierra University in Riverside. In Upland on Monday eve...
Tags: News, Protest, Minneapolis, California, Police, White House, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Smith, Black Lives Matter, Public Safety, Southern California, Trump, San Bernardino, Blanco


Longtime Dabo Swinney assistant apologizes after ex-Clemson players reveal he said N-word during practice

A former Clemson football player criticized Dabo Swinney for allowing a coach "to call a player the n-word during practice with no repercussions.”
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What next for Premier League’s ‘Project Restart’

London (AFP) – The Premier League’s return is just two weeks away but there are plenty of details for the 20 clubs in the English top-flight to work out before competitive action resumes on June... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Hundreds descend on Garcetti’s official residence in day of widespread protests

Hundreds of demonstrators have gathered outside the Getty House in Windsor Square, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s official residence. The protest at the Hancock Park home, was said to be a “secret protest” — not publicized ahead of time. Chants of “Peaceful Protest! and “Defund the Police” rang out at the people-flooded street, ahead of a curfew set to take effect at 6 p.m. LAPD officers guarded the longtime mayoral residence. I was invited to a secret protest organized by BLM LA. Hundreds of protestors...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, BLM, Eric Garcetti, Southern California, City Hall, San Pedro, Sinclair, Los Angeles Police Department, LA County, Garcetti, Hancock Park


Ex-Warriors star Bogut open to NBA return after Kings exit

Andrew Bogut is pondering his future after quitting the Sydney Kings in the NBL.
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200 protest George Floyd’s death in North Hollywood

About 200 peaceful protesters angry over the death of George Floyd demonstrated for hours at the North Hollywood Recreation Center on Tuesday. Chanting “Black lives matter,” and “I can’t breathe,” the protestors cheered as drivers honked their horns in support. Compared to other protests across the city over the last few days, police kept largely out of sight — five Los Angeles Police Department cruisers set up in the park just across from the protest for a few hours, then left. LAPD officials —...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, San Pedro, Metro, Floyd, Shea, Los Angeles Police Department, Hollywood Boulevard, Van Nuys, West Covina, North Hollywood, Top Stories LADN, North Hollywood Recreation Center, Michel Moore


It’s ‘raw and real’ as Rams meet online to vent emotions on George Floyd’s death, racism

Rams history is dotted brightly with racial milestones: The 1946 signings of Kenny Washington and Woody Strode out of UCLA, the NFL’s first black players in more than a decade. The 1949 signing of Tank Younger from Grambling, the first NFL player from a historically black college. The 1975 promotion of James Harris, another Grambling product who was the first black quarterback to start an opening-week NFL game. This week brought a different “first” in race relations for the Rams players, coaches...
Tags: Minneapolis, Washington, Sports, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Michael Brown, Ferguson Missouri, Roger Goodell, Cleveland, Chicago Bears, Lapd, Black


‘Blackout Tuesday’ is in full effect, but what does it mean?

Your Instagram feed is now filled with black tiles and you might be asking why. Let’s start from the beginning. On May 25th, 2020, George Floyd, a black man from Minneapolis, was killed when a police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on Floyd’s neck for over eight minutes. Since then, there have been protests in his name around the country and the world, some of them turning violent. Photos: Day 6 of George Floyd protests continue in Southern California “Blackout Tuesday,” a protest originally org...
Tags: Hbo, News, Instagram, Protest, Minneapolis, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Nickelodeon, Southern California, San Pedro, Floyd, San Fernando Valley, West Covina, Brittany Packnett, James Charles


She’s 19, a community college student and a fast food worker. And she’s not done protesting.

When 19-year-old Alaysia Lyons was arrested in an alley by LAPD officers in the chaotic aftermath of a Black Lives Matter protest in the Fairfax District on Saturday, she was sobbing. It was the Mission College student’s first time participating in a protest, and she feared her father’s wrath over putting herself in danger. She decided to take a $30 Uber alone to Pan Pacific Park — on her day off from work at McDonald’s — out of anger over the video of George Floyd’s death in police custody. Thr...
Tags: News, Protest, Minneapolis, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, San Pedro, Northridge, Fairfax, McDonald, Valley, Lyons, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles Daily News


Kings TV play-by-play announcer Grant Napear resigns after “all lives matter” Tweet

DeMarcus Cousins, Matt Barnes, and Chris Webber all said this was a response expected from Napear.
Tags: News, Sports, Grant Napear, Chris Webber, DeMarcus Cousins Matt Barnes


Kings play-by-play announcer Grant Napear resigns from his position

Grant Napear has resigned from his position as the Kings play-by-play announcer after 33 years.
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Where to find Famalicão vs Porto on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Famalicão vs Porto, you’ve come to the right place. With the Portuguese Primeira Liga finally making its return after a break from the coronavirus outbreak,... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: US, Sport, Soccer, Porto, Primeira Liga, Leagues: Primeira Liga, Famalicao, Famalic


LAPD SUV with 4 officers crashes into Studio City Coffee Bean

A Los Angeles Police Department SUV carrying four officers crashed into a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Studio City Monday night, with two officers hospitalized with minor injuries. A car accidentally cut off the police vehicle, and the SUV swerved to avoid hitting the car, instead crashing into the coffee shop at 12501 Ventura Blvd. near Whitsett Avenue, about 7:40 p.m., officials said. The crash remained under investigation. An LAPD SUV carrying four officers Monday, June 1, 2020, swerved to a...
Tags: News, La, Sport, Crash, Soccer, Local News, Lapd, City Hall, Coffee Bean, Larchmont, Los Angeles Police Department, Ventura Blvd, Studio City, Ventura Boulevard, Top Stories LADN, Rick McClure


Thousands of protesters make their way peacefully through Downtown L.A.

A line of LAPD officers kneels near police headquarters as the diverse procession of protesters passes by. Thousands of demonstrators marched Tuesday from City Hall and through Downtown L.A. Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Protesters chant on the steps of L.A. City Hall on Tuesday. Upwards of 5,000 demonstrators marched peacefully Tuesday from City Hall and through Downtown L.A., clapping and chanting, some of them hoisting “Black Lives Matter” signs or holding their ...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Lapd, Eric Garcetti, Nickelodeon, City Hall, San Pedro, Don, Floyd, San Fernando Valley, Garcetti, Van Nuys, West Covina


Cubs owner on MLB shutdown: 'The scale of losses across the league is biblical'

As players and owners fight over money, Tom Ricketts says MLB teams don't make a lot of cash and could need to sell out equity to recoup their losses.
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Broncos head coach Vic Fangio: 'I don't see racism' in NFL

Vic Fangio condemned the George Floyd homicide and believes that it represented an isolated case of police brutality.
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Broncos, Vic Fangio, George Floyd


NFL Team Named For Racial Slur Gets Dragged For Blackout Tuesday Tweet

D.C.'s team may say it supports Black Americans, but it refuses requests by Native Americans to change its name.
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Former Clemson players say longtime Dabo Swinney assistant once said n-word during practice

A former Clemson football player criticized Dabo Swinney for allowing a coach "to call a player the n-word during practice with no repercussions.”
Tags: News, Sports, Clemson, Dabo Swinney


Sports, business, theme park leaders’ reopening plans presented to supervisors amid coronavirus talks

When sports venues resume their operation, players will face an entirely new reality. They will be asked to cover their faces outside of practices and avoid sharing towels and water bottles. Spectators would be kept out of stadiums, at least at first,  to curb the spread of novel coronavirus. The plan for reopening is part of presented during the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, June 2, amid calls from business leaders to allow them to move as quickly as possible wit...
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Kings Sideline Announcer Grant Napear Parts Ways With Kings, KHTK After BLM Tweet

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Grant Napear has resigned from the Sacramento Kings and has been fired from his radio job at KHTK for controversial tweets about the Black Lives Matter movement. The Kings issued a statement Tuesday saying: “Grant Napear has resigned from the Sacramento Kings. We thank him for his contributions to the team and wish him all the best.” The firing and resing come one day after the popular radio host and sideline reporter for the Sacramento Kings was placed on administrative lea...
Tags: News, Sports, Grant Napear, Sacramento Kings, Local, Sacramento, Kings, Chris Webber, Black Lives Matter, Grant, Matt Barnes, Barnes, Sacramento Bee, Bonneville, KHTK, Marshall Harris


‘Norco ’80’ virtual event postponed

Out of sensitivity and respect for current events, the Southern California News Group has postponed the “Norco ’80” virtual event featuring author Peter Houlahan in conversation with reporter Peter Larsen. Those who registered and all our readers will be informed when a new date is set for the event.
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