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#DryerBuzz – A day to recognize economic power and significance women have in the US and global economies. Follow A Day Without a Woman with posts embedded below. Women asked not to work or shop. Will you join the movement? Tag #DryerBuzz for shares. #DryerBuzz – you just got the buzz from http://DryerBuzz.com – transforming way we look — at life! Extra BuzzPodcast: Are Facebook Groups the New Nonprofits? Binge on Buzz DryerBuzz.com Question of the Future: What Became of American Malls | Follow the Buzz Are Facebook Groups the…

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Living Atlanta Style | Atlanta Santa received special request “no justice no peace” | #icantbreathe Die-in at Atlanta Mall

VideoBuzz: I Can’t Breathe” FlashMob-Style “Die In” at Lenox Mall. Youth activists took to Atlanta’s Lenox Square mall Sunday, December 7th for what we have come to know as a “die in” protest.  Following the protest, one of the conveners, youth activist Marypat Hector appeared on  DryerBuzzonWAOK to give us the buzz behind events of the day. Listen: DryerBuzz Interviews MaryPat Hector following Die In at Atlanta Mall Photo: Marypat Hector Facebook Living Atlanta Style — you just got the buzz from DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look at life! Extra BuzzSunset |…

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Atlanta Clippings: Human Rights Group Launch Weekly Protest At DA’s Office Until Arrest Made in Aaron Hatcher Case | Watch

VideoBuzz: The New Order National Human Rights Organization is asking citizens to meet in front the Fulton county district attorney’s office Tuesday November 27, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. and every Tuesday until the DA’s office has rendered justice in this case. Buzz Behind the Buzz: A meeting with DA Paul Howard is set for Wednesday November 28th 2012 at 3:00pm says Gerald E. Rose, CEO/founder. We will be there for the Hatcher family. We have been there and will continue to be there for this family, they need closure, and…

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The International Clippings: Yemeni protesters storm U.S. embassy in Sanaa: witnesses – Yahoo! News

Clipped from Yemeni protesters storm U.S. embassy in Sanaa: witnesses | news.yahoo.com Play Video Video: Protesters storm U.S. embassy in Yemen1:01 SANAA (Reuters) – Hundreds of Yemeni demonstrators stormed the U.S. embassy compound in Sanaa on Thursday in protest at a film they consider blasphemous to Islam, and clashes with security forces killed at least one person and injured 15 others. Young protesters, shouting “We sacrifice ourselves for you, Messenger of God”, smashed windows of the security offices outside the embassy with stones and burned at least five cars as…

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Ballentine Sharpton Listeners to Stage Protest Demonstration and Boycott Against WAMJ 102.5 and Radio One on Feb. 16

Protest over Radio One’s decision to drop Warren Ballentine and Rev. Al Sharpton from 102.5 FM line-up Inside Atlanta Radio — A group of Atlanta listeners of the Warren Ballentine and Rev. Al Sharpton radio shows on WAMJ 102.5 FM will protest against Radio One’s decision to drop the shows and the group urges other listeners to join in a boycott of 102.5 FM and all other Radio One stations in the Atlanta market. The protest demonstration is scheduled for Monday, February 16, 2009 outside the station’s offices at 101…

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Tropic Thunder Protesters Head for Atlanta Midtown Arts Cinema Today

Cries of Hate Speech, Calls for Nationwide Boycott The Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities, ARC of Georgia, Special Olympics, and Georgia Disability Advocates plan to converge on Atlanta Midtown Arts Cinema, 931 Monroe Drive, Atlanta 30308 to protest the opening of Ben Stiller’s Tropic Thunder starring Stiller and Robert Downey. The group will hold the protest in calling for a nationwide boycott of Tropic Thunder.  Their message: “Disability community charges film industry of hate speech, abuse and discrimination against persons with intellectual disabilities. Protests planned at Georgia theaters. ” In…

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Sharpton Calls For Civil Disobedience Response To Bell Case

T The Reverend Al Sharpton delivered a live radio address Saturday morning at his National Action Network headquarters in Harlem, to call for action following the full acquittals of the three detectives in the Sean Bell shooting. Following Sharpton’s rally, another group about 250 protesters marched through East Harlem between 125th Street to 145th. “This is the first of many other civil disobediences that our organization, along with National Action and many others around the country, will come into the city until justice prevails,” said Chairman Salaam Ismial of the…

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