Widely known as the oldest newspaper in the state, it began publication as the Florida Union in Its current incarnation started in , when the Florida Union merged with another Jacksonville paper, the Florida Daily Times. The Times-Union became the largest newspaper of this chain, which owns a number of newspapers around the country. In , during the American Civil War , J. Stickney and W. Morrill published the first edition of the Florida Union.
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Prominent jazz musician Keyon Harrold says a woman physically assaulted him and his year-old son inside a Manhattan hotel over the weekend after the woman falsely and baselessly accused the teenager of stealing her cellphone, raising racial profiling concerns. Get it back. A post shared by Keyon Harrold keyonharrold. When they try to walk away, the woman follows and appears to physically rush at them, sparking an altercation. The woman was then physically separated from him. We see this crap happening all the time, but it hits different when it hits home!!! In his interview with the Times, he questioned whether he and his son may have been the victims of racial profiling, though he said he did not know the race of the woman.
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A year-old man in Oregon has been charged with murder in the Nov. Police said Robert Paul Keegan, who is white, had approached the year-old around a. Keegan began arguing with the teen about the volume of the music he was playing inside his car. Police have not released the name of the slain teen, but friends and local activists have identified him as Aidan Ellison. Keegan and Ellison did not know each other, police said.
Capitol on January 6. The BussItChallenge has been making the rounds on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter, showcasing women on camera, bare-faced and dressed in their finest quarantine attire, before they drop it low and appear instantly glammed up. Popularized by Black women, the BussItChallenge exists in the transformation video genre, not dissimilar to trends like the DontRushChallenge from last year. Though the BussItChallenge has now become the envy of those who have cracked knees and are vitamin D deficient, another version of the challenge has been entertaining the masses. Creator Yopjay shared a video that started similar to the others, with the user clad in a backpack, before it pivoted to footage of the insurrectionists who stormed Capitol Hill.