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albatrosszine:

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London Stereoscopic Company studios, c. 1891-93. 

On September 7, The Black Chronicles II opens at Rivington Place in London.

The Black Chronicles II is a newly curated exhibition exploring black presences (African and Asian) in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of studio photography.

Find more info here

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Zoom toothpastecomics:

Conservative curriculum. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

toothpastecomics:

Conservative curriculum. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

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Literature becomes the living memory of a nation.

— Alexander Solzhenitsyn (via shortstoriesanalyzed)

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thebookbyitscover:

Ruben Blades

Panama

Attorney, Actor, Politician, Musician, Administrator of Tourism, Public Server, Composer, and Social Activist 

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afrolatinoforum:

Red de Mujeres Afro-latinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la Diáspora, Encuentro Diaspora Afro, Where and When I Enter, the Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute and the Afrolatin@ Projectinvite you to attend a panel discussion
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 20146-8:30 PM
"THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA"
Altagracia Balcácer Molina (Dominican Republic)Paola Yañez Inofuentes (Bolivia) Nedelka Lacayo (Honduras)Yvette Modestin, Moderator (Panama) 
Opening Remarks: Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute
FREE
WILLIAMSBURG MUSIC CENTER  367 BEDFORD AVE. @ SOUTH 6thWILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN
J-M-Z Train to Marcy Ave. 
Reception: Live Performance by Mai-elka Prado of the Del Sonido Collective; Poetry reading by Monica Carrillo to follow.
Come hear activists from the Network of Afro-latinamerican, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora women as they share their experiences and discuss their work to raise the visibility and improve the lives of women in their communities. It has been well documented that when women are empowered, communities prosper. They will also provide an interim report on their progress as collaborators in the MY World / World We Want 2015 campaign. With the launch of the International Decade of People of African Descent and the Sustainable Development Goals both in 2015 this will be a timely discussion.

This needs to be packed.

diasporadash:

afrolatinoforum:

Red de Mujeres Afro-latinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la DiásporaEncuentro Diaspora AfroWhere and When I Enter, the Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute and the Afrolatin@ Projectinvite you to attend a panel discussion

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
6-8:30 PM

"THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA"

Altagracia Balcácer Molina (Dominican Republic)
Paola Yañez Inofuentes (Bolivia) 
Nedelka Lacayo (Honduras)
Yvette Modestin, Moderator (Panama) 

Opening Remarks: Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, Caribbean Cultural Center & African Diaspora Institute

FREE

WILLIAMSBURG MUSIC CENTER
  367 BEDFORD AVE. @ SOUTH 6th
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN

J-M-Z Train to Marcy Ave. 

Reception: Live Performance by Mai-elka Prado of the Del Sonido Collective; Poetry reading by Monica Carrillo to follow.

Come hear activists from the Network of Afro-latinamerican, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora women as they share their experiences and discuss their work to raise the visibility and improve the lives of women in their communities. It has been well documented that when women are empowered, communities prosper. They will also provide an interim report on their progress as collaborators in the MY World / World We Want 2015 campaign. With the launch of the International Decade of People of African Descent and the Sustainable Development Goals both in 2015 this will be a timely discussion.

This needs to be packed.

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Between 2009 and 2013, 1,128 complaints were filed with the New York Civilian Complaint Review Board alleging NYPD use of an illegal chokehold, according to the Village Voice new cover story. Less than half received a full investigation. Of those, only nine were “substantiated.” Angel Martinez’s case is one of those nine.

keithboykin:

Between 2009 and 2013, 1,128 complaints were filed with the New York Civilian Complaint Review Board alleging NYPD use of an illegal chokehold, according to the Village Voice new cover story. Less than half received a full investigation. Of those, only nine were “substantiated.” Angel Martinez’s case is one of those nine.

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coltonwroteit:

I wrote this with @jordanpeele.  There’s only room for one guy yelling “nooice” at a dance battle.  But what if there was two?

Fun Fact: The Bus Driver is played by Eddie “GrapeVine” Fordham Jr.  A very funny dude.

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collegehumor:

Key & Peele - Gay Wedding AdviceA family unfamiliar with the concept of a same-sex wedding holds a Q&A session with a gay man.

QUIZ: NFL Player or Key & Peele Character?

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xyvch:

This show is too real

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The “Plat Eye” or “Plate Eye” is a mythical being from Gullah folklore. This image, from a mid 19th century print, shows one popular image of the creature. Others portray the being as a large dog with fiery eyes. The Gullah are the descendants of slaves, largely from western Africa. These individuals were brought forcefully to the New World because of their skill in cultivating rice. Unlike the highly supervised slave economies of the upper South, these tidewater communities worked under the task system, being assigned a particular swampy area of rice-growing land to work under the hot South Carolina sun, and being allowed to rest once it was tended. This allowed a new culture to emerge, which still exists in the lowlands and barrier islands of the coast to this day. The version of the Plat Eye depicted in this image is something similar to a human being. Its eyes, however, are as large as dinner plates, completely covering the face. According to Gullah tradition, the Plat Eye lives among tree branches, seizing victims who are wandering through the tideland forests late at night. Those targeted by the Plat Eye are never seen again.

The Plat Eye is sometimes portrayed as a stalker, following its victims and doing nothing.  Sometimes, it can drive someone to madness.  In other mythologies, the Plat Eye is a simple killer.

nyancatherder:

The “Plat Eye” or “Plate Eye” is a mythical being from Gullah folklore. This image, from a mid 19th century print, shows one popular image of the creature. Others portray the being as a large dog with fiery eyes. The Gullah are the descendants of slaves, largely from western Africa. These individuals were brought forcefully to the New World because of their skill in cultivating rice. Unlike the highly supervised slave economies of the upper South, these tidewater communities worked under the task system, being assigned a particular swampy area of rice-growing land to work under the hot South Carolina sun, and being allowed to rest once it was tended. This allowed a new culture to emerge, which still exists in the lowlands and barrier islands of the coast to this day. The version of the Plat Eye depicted in this image is something similar to a human being. Its eyes, however, are as large as dinner plates, completely covering the face. According to Gullah tradition, the Plat Eye lives among tree branches, seizing victims who are wandering through the tideland forests late at night. Those targeted by the Plat Eye are never seen again.

The Plat Eye is sometimes portrayed as a stalker, following its victims and doing nothing.  Sometimes, it can drive someone to madness.  In other mythologies, the Plat Eye is a simple killer.

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Black Seminole woman and child. — The Black Seminoles are an offshoot of the Gullah who escaped from rice plantations in Georgia and South Carolina. They built their own settlements on the Florida frontier, fought a series of wars to preserve their freedom and were scattered across North America.They have played a significant role in American history but have never received the recognition they deserve.

thisisqueenesther:

Black Seminole woman and child. — The Black Seminoles are an offshoot of the Gullah who escaped from rice plantations in Georgia and South Carolina. They built their own settlements on the Florida frontier, fought a series of wars to preserve their freedom and were scattered across North America.They have played a significant role in American history but have never received the recognition they deserve.

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Lorenzo Dow Turner - Gullah woman standing in front of her house, 1931

tuttiiviventi:

Lorenzo Dow Turner - Gullah woman standing in front of her house, 1931

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Eddie Grant Jr. tends his mother’s garden as new condominiums rise along her property line. While Grant’s family has managed to hold onto their land, many other Gullah/Geechee residents have been forced to sell their property due to rampant development and escalating taxes.
A Unique African-American Culture, Hundreds of Years Old, That Could Go Extinct

africandiasporaphd:

Eddie Grant Jr. tends his mother’s garden as new condominiums rise along her property line. While Grant’s family has managed to hold onto their land, many other Gullah/Geechee residents have been forced to sell their property due to rampant development and escalating taxes.

A Unique African-American Culture, Hundreds of Years Old, That Could Go Extinct

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Killed by the NYPD, from Amadou Diallo to Eric Garner

abagond:

Feb. 4, 1999 - Amadou Diallo, 23 - Bronx
May 25, 1999 - Rodney Mason, 38 - Queens
May 26, 1999 - Dante Johnson, 16 - Bronx
Jun. 28, 1999 - Renato Mercado, 63 - Manhattan
Jul. 24, 1999 - Delano Maloney, 32 - Brooklyn
Aug. 5, 1999 - Jatrek Hewitt, 17 - Staten Island
Aug. 9, 1999 - Robert Striker, 54 - Manhattan
Aug. 15, 1999 - Angel Reyes, 47 - Manhattan
Aug. 18, 1999 - Larry Cobb, 30 - Manhattan 
Aug. 30, 1999 - Gidone “Gary” Busch, 31 - Brooklyn
Aug. 27, 1999 - Unidentified Man, 35 - Bronx
Sep. 1, 1999 - Richard Watson, 32 - Manhattan
Oct. 20, 1999 - Afif Hazim - Queens
Jan. 17, 2000 - Alan Zelencic, 28 - Queens 
Mar. 1, 2000 - Malcolm Ferguson, 23 - Bronx 
Mar. 1, 2000 - Maliki Raymond, 24 - Manhattan
Mar. 16, 2000 - Patrick Dorismond, 26 - Manhattan 
Mar. 31, 2000 - Andre Fields, 17 and Tasheen Bourne, 19 - Brooklyn
Feb. 5, 2000 - Donald Moore, 37 - Queens
Apr. 12, 2000 - Malcolm Burno, 17 - Brooklyn
Apr. 22, 2000 - James Murphy, 43 - Queens
Jul. 7, 2000 - D’andre Darnell Cisco, 25 - Queens
Aug. 4, 2000 - James Edward Moore, 37 - Bronx
Aug. 12, 2000 - Arthur Alalouf, 47 - Brooklyn
Oct. 20, 2000 - Reynaldo Colon, 33 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 23, 2000 - Carmen Valentine, 22 - Brooklyn
Nov. 2000 - Andre “Woody” Harris - Brooklyn
Dec. 24, 2000 - Jonathan Lynch, 32 and James Culberson, 25 - Brooklyn
May 22, 2001 - Curtis Harmon, Jr., 35 - Bronx 
Jun. 8, 2001 - Curtis Merriweather, 45 - Brooklyn
Jul. 26, 2001 - Charmene Pickering, 27 - Brooklyn
Aug. 4, 2001 - Maria Pena Herrera, 24 and Dilcia Pena, 16 and Andy Pena Herrera, 4 and Ricardo Pena Herrera, newborn - Brooklyn 
Oct. 6, 2001 - Malik Mustafa, 36 - Bronx
Oct. 8, 2001 - Shannon Vinson, 28 - Brooklyn
Oct. 8, 2001 - Donna Towe, 45 - Bronx
Oct. 9, 2001 - Richard Hatcher, 18 - Queens
Oct. 15, 2001 - Unidentified Man - Queens
Nov. 11, 2001 - William Phifer, 56 - Manhattan
Nov. 23, 2001 - Steven Michalacos, 67 - Brooklyn
Dec. 22, 2001 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Jan. 16, 2002 - Georgy Louisgene, 23 - Brooklyn
Jan. 23, 2002 - Juan Mendez, 38 - Manhattan
Mar. 30, 2002 - Cesar Mercado, 47 - Manhattan
Apr. 15, 2002 - Unidentified Man, 20s - Manhattan
Apr. 21, 2002 - Ricardo Carlon, 24 - Staten Island 
May 1, 2002 - Egbert Dewgard, 31 - Brooklyn 
Jun. 21, 2002 - Unidentified Man, 20s - Manhattan
Jun. 22, 2002 - Stefanos Kiladitis, 21 - Brooklyn
Jul. 7, 2002 - William Partlow, 42 - Bronx
Jul. 10, 2002 - Kevin McKissick, 13 - Manhattan
Jul. 28, 2002 - Kedrian Edwards, 19 - Bronx
Aug. 26, 2002 - Marcellus Graham, 28 - Brooklyn
Aug. 27, 2002 - Ernest Prather, 39 - Brooklyn
Aug. 31, 2002 - Paul Angel, 55 - Brooklyn
Sep. 1, 2002 - Jamil Moore, 22 - Brooklyn
Sep. 16, 2002 - Raymundo Guzman, 27 - Manhattan
Oct. 30, 2002 - Alfred Nelson, 36 - Staten Island
Jan. 1, 2003 - Jamel Nixon, 19 - Brooklyn
Jan. 1, 2003 - Anthony Reid, 21 - Brooklyn
Jan. 2, 2003 - Allen Newsome, 17 - Manhattan 
Jan. 2, 2003 - John Lagattuta, 35 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 4, 2003 - Lucia Rodriguez, 63 - Brooklyn
Mar. 4, 2003 - Anton Goldenburg, 55 and Rifka Goldenburg, 54 - Brooklyn
Apr. 16, 2003 - Etzel Faulkner, 42 - Queens
Apr. 30, 2003 - Floyd Quinones, 28 - Brooklyn
May 1, 2003 - Carlos Lopez, 19 - Brooklyn
Aug. 8, 2003 - Melvin Sylvester, 65 - Manhattan 
May 16, 2003 - Alberta Spruill, 57 - Manhattan 
May 22, 2003 - Ousmane Zongo, 35 - Manhattan 
Jun. 4, 2003 - Jose Mateo, 22 - Manhattan 
Jun. 16, 2003 - Juan Carlos Sanchez, 30 - Manhattan
Jun. 20, 2003 - Calvin Washington, 41 - Brooklyn
Jul. 22, 2003 - Othniel Askew, 31 - Manhattan
Sep. 19, 2003 - Stephen Seignious, 37 - Bronx
Oct. 29, 2003 - Renardo Powell, 26 - Brooklyn
Nov. 6, 2003 - Russell Wimbush, 43 - Staten Island
Nov. 9, 2003 - Yuekor Yuen, 76 - Brooklyn
Nov. 15, 2003 - Desean Cathcart, 26 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 24, 2004 - Timothy Stansbury, 19 - Brooklyn 
Feb. 8, 2004 - Wilson Alba, 31 - Brooklyn
Feb. 15, 2004 - Thomas Cipolla, 28 - Bronx
Mar. 10, 2004 - Leroy Smalls, 41 - Manhattan
Jun. 20, 2004 - Juan Aponte Huerta, 47 - Manhattan
Jul. 29, 2004 - Dante Pomar, 19 - Queens 
Aug. 30, 2004 - Rashawn Sharif Moody, 18 - Brooklyn
Sep. 24, 2004 - David Guzman, 33 - Queens 
Sep. 27, 2004 - Boangeres Mota, 37 - Manhattan
Oct. 9, 2004 - Gregory Chavis, 19 - Bronx
Oct. 18, 2004 - Manuel Chamelta, 18 - Queens
Nov. 22, 2004 - Jose Feliciano, 44 - Brooklyn
Nov. 24, 2004 - Dominic Middleton, 12 and Kristina Middleton, 1 - Manhattan
Nov. 26, 2004 - Craig Davis, 35 - Brooklyn
Dec. 10, 2004 - Carleton Lockhart, 32 - Bronx
Dec. 14, 2004 - Marie Fares, 60 - Queens
Dec. 15, 2004 - Gayle Duran, 19 - Bronx
Jan. 6 2005 - Brian Allen, 46 - Queens
Feb. 14, 2005 - Tolsie Nohar, 17 - Queens 
Feb. 21, 2005 - Montique Smalls, 38 - Brooklyn
May 8, 2005 - Byron Hearst, 28 - Brooklyn 
Jul. 27, 2005 - Terrence L. Thomas, 35 - Queens
Sep. 10, 2005 - Damien Greenslade, 26 - Manhattan
Sep. 22, 2005 - Paul Bookson, 71 - Brooklyn
Sep. 23, 2005 - Virginia Verdee, 12 - Bronx 
Oct. 22, 2005 - Darryl Green, 21 - Brooklyn
Oct. 30, 2005 - Leonel Disla, 19 - Bronx 
Nov. 4, 2005 - Stephonne Crawford, 21 - Brooklyn
Nov. 18, 2005 - Adam Perez, 31 - Manhattan
Jan. 4, 2006 - Peter Lee, 20 - Bronx
Jan. 26, 2006 - Unidentified Woman - Bronx
Jan. 27, 2006 - Kevin Leo, 28 - Bronx
Feb. 8, 2006 - Eric Hernandez, 24 - Bronx
Feb. 13, 2006 - Michael Harris, 24 - Bronx
Feb. 16, 2006 - Stephanie Lindboe, 65 - Staten Island
Mar. 28, 2006 - Julio Alberto “Zapatone” Ortega-Moncada, 31 - Queens
Mar. 25, 2006 - Rasheem Parrish, 21 - Queens 
Apr. 10, 2006 - Steven Vitale, 55 - Staten Island 
Jul. 5, 2006 - Colleen Marza, 49 - Queens 
Jul. 9, 2006 - Bobby Roman, 26 - Brooklyn
Aug. 9, 2006 - Marilyn Zeh, 32 - Queens
Aug. 22, 2006 - Ronald Clemons, 45 - Brooklyn
Sep. 16, 2006 - Mingo Kenneth Mason, 18 - Manhattan
Sep. 30, 2006 - Joseph Bernazard, 26 - Brooklyn
Oct. 26, 2006 - Eric Hines, 17 - Brooklyn
Nov. 1, 2006 - Jose Rivera, 32 - Bronx
Nov. 11, 2006 - Katrell Butler, 28 - Brooklyn
Dec. 16, 2006 - Anatoly Dmitriev, 62 - Bronx
Nov. 25, 2006 - Sean Bell, 23 - Queens 
Dec. 13, 2006 - Timur Person, 19 - Bronx
Jan. 8, 2007 - Blondel Lassegue, 38 - Queens
Mar. 10, 2007 - Kristen McKenzie, 21 - Brooklyn
Mar. 13, 2007 - Corey Mickins, 25 - Manhattan
Mar. 14, 2007 - David Garvin, 42 - Manhattan
Apr. 26, 2007 - Patrick Bryan, 41 - Queens
May 10, 2007 - Guyatree Harpati. 22 - Queens 
May 18, 2007 - Fermin Arzu, 41 - Bronx
Jun. 19, 2007 - James Harris, 42 - Bronx
Jul. 7, 2007 - Victor Gordon, 23 - Brooklyn 
Jul. 23, 2007 - Shirley Fontanez, 18 - Bronx 
Sep. 7, 2007 - Juan Calves, 51 - Bronx 
Sep. 28, 2007 - Ronald Battle, 25 - Manhattan
Sep. 29, 2007 - Sonia Garcia, 28 - Bay Shore, LI 
Oct. 20, 2007 - Jayson Tirado, 25 - Manhattan 
Nov. 12, 2007 - Khiel Coppin, 18 - Brooklyn
Nov. 18, 2007 - David Kostovski, 29 - Brooklyn
Nov. 20, 2007 - Santos Mulero, 57 - Bronx
Jan. 1, 2008 - Darin John Richardson, 29 - Brooklyn
Jan. 5, 2008 - Ronnie Smalls, 25 - Queens
May 28, 2008 - Eugene Morales, 22 - Manhattan 
Jun. 1, 2008 - Carlos Rios, 47 - Bronx
Jul. 13, 2008 - Unidentified Man - Bronx
Jul. 17, 2008 - Spencer Parris, 39 - Manhattan
Aug. 2, 2008 - Darryl Battle, 20 - Brooklyn 
Sep. 24, 2008 - Iman Morales, 35 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 26, 2008 - Dwayne David Forde, 22 - Brooklyn 
Oct. 26, 2008 - Kayshawn Forde, 21 - Brooklyn
Nov. 13, 2008 - Gilberto Blanco - Brooklyn 
Dec. 9, 2008 - Alex Figueroa, 40 - Bronx
Jan. 12, 2009 - Elena Cole, 46 - Centereach, LI
Mar. 31, 2009 - Eric van Reid, 50 - Queens
Apr. 8, 2009 - Ginette Denize, 48 - Brooklyn
Apr. 12, 2009 - Mauricio Jacques, 35 - Bronx
May 10, 2009 - Kenneth Williams, 21 - Brooklyn
May 28, 2009 - Omar J. Edwards, 25 - Manhattan 
Jul. 11, 2009 - Shem Walker, 49 - Brooklyn
Jul. 22, 2009 - Unidentified Man - Manhattan
Aug. 2, 2009 - Oswaldo Sevilla Moran, 31 - Bronx 
Sep. 12, 2009 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Sep. 27, 2009 - Vionique Valnold, 32 - Bronx 
Oct. 7, 2009 - Carlton Lewis, 21 - Manhattan 
Nov. 20, 2009 - Kevin White, 43 - Brooklyn
Nov. 21, 2009 - Dawshawn Vasconcello, 18 - Queens 
Dec. 10, 2009 - Raymond Martinez, 25 - Manhattan
Feb. 22, 2010 - Satnam Singh, 32 - Bronx
Mar. 8, 2010 - George D’Amato, Jr., 22 - Brooklyn
Mar. 22, 2010 - Santiago Urina, 57 - Bronx
Apr. 1, 2010 - Michael Romero, 32 - Brooklyn
Apr. 26, 2010 - Unidentified Man - Brooklyn
Jun. 24, 2010 - Marvin Fulford, 48 - Bronx 
Aug. 8, 2010 - Luis Soto, 22 - Manhattan 
Aug. 27, 2010 - Briana Ojeda, 11 - Brooklyn
Oct. 3, 2010 - Emmanuel Paulino, 24 - Manhattan 
Dec. 22, 2010 - Zach Bingert, 21 - Queens 
Mar. 8, 2011 - Kemp Yarborough, 37 - Bronx 
Mar. 8, 2011 - Carmelo Calabro, 77 - Brooklyn
Mar. 18 2011 - Johnathan Smith, 26 - Brooklyn 
Mar. 20, 2011 - Paul Goldreyer, 48 - Bronx
Mar. 26, 2011 - Orlando Santos, 28 - Bronx
May 11, 2011 - Unidentified Man, 31 - Brooklyn
Sep. 5, 2011 - Denise Gay, 56 - Brooklyn 
Sep. 7, 2011 - John Collado, 43 - Manhattan 
Sep. 13, 2011 - Makever “Keba” Brown, 22 - Manhattan 
Sep. 14, 2011 - Tyre Chisholm, 22 - Bronx 
Oct. 2, 2011 - Yvonne McNeal, 57 - Manhattan
Nov. 4, 2011 - Theauther Love, 87 - Brooklyn 
Jan. 12, 2012 - Duane Brown, 26, Brooklyn (killed in own home)
Jan. 26, 2012 - Christopher Kissane, 22, Brooklyn
Jan. 29, 2012 - Antwoin White, 17, Brooklyn
Feb. 2, 2012 - Ramarley Graham, 18, Bronx (killed in own home)
Feb. 14, 2012 - Michael McBride, 52, Manhattan
Mar. 15, 2012 - Shereese Francis, 30, Queens
Apr. 12, 2012 - Tamon Robinson, 27, Brooklyn
Apr. 12, 2012 - Rudolph Wyatt, 23, Manhattan
May 10, 2012 - Samuel Rivers, 40, Queens
Jun. 14, 2012 - Shantel Davis, 23, Brooklyn
Jul. 4, 2012 - Edgar Owens, 46, Queens
Aug. 11, 2012 - Eddie Fernandez, 28, Bronx
Aug. 12, 2012 - Darius H. Kennedy, 51 Manhattan
Aug. 24, 2012 - Jeffrey Johnson, 58, Manhattan
Sep. 7, 2012 - Reynaldo Cuevas, 20, Bronx (shot escaping robbery)
Sep. 7, 2012 - Walwyn Jackson, 27, Queens
Sep. 20, 2012 - Tyjuan Hill, 22, Queens
Sep. 25, 2012 - Muhammad Bah, 28, Manhattan
Oct. 5, 2012 - Noel Polanco, 22, Queens
Oct. 25, 2012 - Prince James 18, Bronx
Nov. 4, 2012 - Ronald Herrera, 20, Bronx (friend of Reynaldo Cuevas)
Jan. 3, 2013 - Peter Jourdan, 37, Brooklyn
Feb. 21, 2013 - Ryo Oyamada, 24, Queens
Mar. 23, 2013 - Jackson Alexandre, 28, Brooklyn
Mar. 9, 2013 - Kimani Gray, 16, Brooklyn
Apr. 15, 2013 - Dason Peters, 33, Brooklyn 
Apr. 15, 2013 - Dylan Samuel Peters, 1, Brooklyn
Jun. 19, 2013 - Thomas Robinson, 50, Brooklyn
Jun. 20, 2013 - Jose Muniz, 52, Bronx
Jun. 5, 2013 - Lana Morris, 46, Queens
Jul. 12, 2013 - Deion Fludd, 17, Brooklyn
Jul. 21, 2013 - Kyam Livingston, 37, Brooklyn
Jul. 6, 2013 - Felix Coss, 61, Brooklyn
Aug. 14, 2013 - Eric Zaman, 25, Queens
Aug. 15, 2013 - Carlo Alcis, 43, Brooklyn
Aug. 4, 2013 - Shaaliver Douse, 14, Bronx
Sep. 17, 2013 - Barrington Williams, 25, Bronx
Oct. 31, 2013 - Unidentified man, 26, Bronx
Oct. 4, 2013 - William Bruce Hemphill„ 51 - Staten Island
Nov. 18, 2013 - Rexford Dasrath, 22, Brooklyn
Dec. 26, 2013 - James Torres, 44, Bronx
Apr. 12, 2014 - Jack Calvello, 85, Queens
May 16, 2014 - Scott Kato, 45, Manhattan 
May 18, 2014 - Osbourne Broadie, 39, Brooklyn
May 27, 2014 - Manuel Ocampo, 18 , Brooklyn, NY
Jul. 17, 2014 - Eric Garner, 43, Staten Island


http://nyc.october22.org/KilledsinceBell.pdf

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