Master P to Pay Funeral Costs for 3-Year Old Girl Shot and Killed In Louisville

Louisville, KY — Rapper and entrepreneur Master P has reportedly extended financial help to the family of Trinity Randolph, a 3-year old girl from Kentucky who was shot and killed with her father at their home. Master P, who has been known for his philanthropy in Louisville for a decade now, says that he will pay for Randolph’s funeral costs. He has also expressed his sadness that a little girl has died without having the chance to fully discover her talents or professional calling.   “This a 3-year old innocent girl…

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Here’s what we know about the chaos that unfolded Tuesday near a Washington Park home

Elliot HughesSophie CarsonAshley Luthern Milwaukee Journal Sentinel After a chaotic saga unfolded Tuesday centering around two missing teenage girls and a Washington Park home suspected of being a sex trafficking hub, Milwaukee police said Wednesday there is no indication the girls were ever there — or that the house was used for such activity. The girls, ages 13 and 15, were found by one of their mothers more than three miles away, police said, and have since been reunited with their families after interviews with investigators. The developments come after…

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Is there still a meat shortage? The current situation with chicken, beef, pork prices and supply

Complications accelerated by the coronavirus could continue to change the stock of meat in stores. Katie Conner June 12, 2020 6:00 a.m. PT   Big slabs of meat may be harder to find in the coming weeks, depending on where you live. James Martin/CNET For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. When the coronavirus pandemic began shutting down meat processing plants across the US and Canada, concerns over a meat shortage surged. Would shelves empty and prices skyrocket for months to come? Now, as facilities…

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Teaching About Police Brutality

Introduction Police brutality is all too common in today’s society and students are being confronted with horrific images and stories through news and social media that can be difficult to understand and process. Also, police brutality in the US cannot be talked about with confronting the racism and racial profiling that underpins it. Using moments when police violence has occurred to teach students about the history and present of police brutality in this country can be a great learning opportunity for students and teachers alike. Likewise, in the face of injustice…

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