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    1. Latest police shootings inspire wave of celebrity activism

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 10 09:24 AM

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the days after the shooting deaths of two black men by police, celebrities are doing more than just expressing frustration. They're demanding action, and in some cases, leading it.

    2. In the days after the shooting deaths of two black men by police, celebrities are doing more than just expressing frustration. They're demanding...

    3. Celebrities are our new first responders

      Stars and StripesJul 12 07:28 AM

      In 2006, when actor-activist Martin Sheen was approached by Democratic officials and encouraged to run for office in his home state of Ohio, he politely demurred. “I’m just not qualified,” he said. “You’re mistaking celebrity for credibility.”

    4. Nick Cannon might have the image of a fun-loving entertainer, but it appears he is also about that activism work too. Cannon led a Black Lives Matter protest at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio on Monday, expressing disdain for both major political parties.

    5. Latest Shootings Inspire Wave Of Celebrity Activism

      CBS Dallas - Fort WorthJul 10 11:55 AM

      The killings of five police officers in Dallas by a lone gunman motivated by racial hatred of whites heightened the tensions and calls for the need for change.

    6. Rapper Snoop Dogg, center, leads a march in support of unification outside of the graduation ceremony for the latest class of Los Angeles Police recruits in Los Angeles, Friday, July 8, 2016. The group were looking to bring a peaceful gathering of support after the killings of multiple police officers in Dallas on Thursday night.

    7. LOS ANGELES (AP) — In the days after the shooting deaths of two black men by police, celebrities are doing more than just expressing frustration. They’re demanding action, and in some cases, leading it.

    8. Keep America Great, which opposes Donald Trump, is testing a unique proposition: Can a grass-roots-funded super PAC be a vehicle for amplifying activism aimed at defeating a candidate?

    9. Don’t like Trump or Clinton? There’s a new super PAC for you.

      The Christian Science MonitorJul 06 11:00 AM

      Keep America Great, which opposes Donald Trump, is testing a unique proposition: Can a grassroots-funded super PAC be a vehicle for amplifying activism aimed solely at defeating a candidate?

    10. It's still one of the most iconic photographs ever taken at the Olympics. John Carlos and Tommie Smith with their gloved hands raised high.

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