White Woman, Teresa Klein, Called Police on Black Child She Falsely Accused of Groping

Who will hear our voices? This weekend a white woman, Teresa Klein, called the police on a black child she falsely accused of groping her in the store. She caused a dramatic scene, falsely identified herself as a police officer and then called the cops on the boy as he cried hysterically.

The 9-year-old boy with his mother and little sister walked past the women headed out the store when the incident occurred. The store surveillance video clearly exonerated the child and showed that his book bag accidentally touched Klein as he walked past her. The boys hands were full and he at no point was even paying attention to Klein.

This woman purposely chose to terrorize and criminalize this child. What do you think should happen to Klein for the false accusations? #CornerstoreCaroline

Watch here as the little boy bravely speaks to the press (footage is courtesy of PIX11 news): https://twitter.com/andrewramostv/status/1052024084350074882?s=21

United Way 2-1-1 – Call for Help!

#Homeless #Jobless #Families Are you currently struggling to pay rent? Facing eviction? Is your home currently in foreclosure? Do you need help paying your mortgage? Do you know someone facing homelessness? Are you late on your utility payments? Do you need a job? Call 2-1-1 for HELP or contact your local Department of Human Services. Even if you don’t meet the low income requirements they can refer you to non-profit partners and agencies that can assist you at your point of need. You do not have to struggle alone.

Roderick Dunston Funeral Services

May the Legacy of Roderick Dunston continue to live on for eternity! Here are the funeral arrangements made by his loving family and close friends. He was a great man and advocate for stroke awareness and healthy hearts. Roderick will be missed immensely. May he rest in heaven. ❤🖤❤️#dontignorethesigns #strokeawareness #roderickdunstonfoundation #sponsoraheart

#congestiveheartfailure #roderickdunston @rodunston #rip #strokesurvivor #HeartLove #HeartMonth

#DontIgnoretheSigns #DODEA #USMC #Military #Veteran

Funeral Services for Roderick Dunston


MAR 9, 2018


JB Jenkins Funeral Home

7474 Landover Rd

Landover, MD 20785


Viewing: 12:30pm

Service: 1:30pm

Roderick Dunston Funeral Donations

Thank you Philly in the DMV (Shannon R. Ingram, Emily Brooklyn Williams, Jason Osborne, Roy Davis, Frances Evans Craig, Nah Low, and Tee Cutts); Michelle Benée and the Philly NMDN Tribe; my Ace King Nate Scott; Kenna Williams and the Nomadness Tribe; Redesign U Family (Nikki Robinson); Good Vibes/Vibes Family (Kita Hall and Xtina Penny), Aruba Family (Howard L Davis, Darnell Mingle Garvin and Yvette Sthubert); Team Grogan (David Jeffery Grogan); My Air Force Family (Molly Wilson and Andi Raya); my OES Family (Denise Wright Brinson); my Cousin Robin Walker and all friends/family for your generous donations to Roderick Dunston’s family during this difficult time. Words can’t express how much you mean to me and how truly grateful I am that you have given so compassionately. I love all of you and I am grateful to have your love and support. ❤️🖤❤️

The money is being collected by Linda Price, who is Jordan Dunston’s biological aunt. Jordan is Roderick’s youngest son. Roderick lived with their family for over 10 years, in Maryland. His Son’s Mother Tracie and her family were instrumental in helping Roderick with his stroke recovery and rebuilding his life after the stroke. They peacefully coparented and he was extremely close to her family. He often spoke of spending holiday’s with her family when he was unable to travel home to North Carolina.

Linda created the page to help her sister, her nephew, and Roderick’s Family who are grieving, pay for funeral services for Roderick because he did not have any life insurance. Your generous donations will be used for the following: transporting the body, embalming, grooming the body, hair cut and trim, new clothing and undergarments, rental of casket, use of funeral home for the viewing and service, printing of programs, flowers, rental of facility for repast, food for repast, cleaning of apartment, and thank you notes.

Roderick was an amazing person that gave tirelessly to others. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the GoFundMe campaign. I’m sure he is smiling down and quietly thanking you for your generosity. Thank you for blessing his family.

May Roderick Rest in Heaven.




Black Panther #WakandaForever

The Black Panther movie premiered this weekend and took the world by storm! This film was an opportunity for the black community to unite in pride. It allows little black boys and black girls to see heroes depicted on screen that look just like them. Director Ryan Coogler broke down barriers with Black Panther earning $242 million the opening weekend! The #WakandaForever movement is so powerful it surpassed “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” for the second-highest four-day domestic opening of all time.

What did you think of the film? Please share your pictures and thoughts.

BREAKING NEWS: ‘Sixteen dead’ and ‘at least 50’ injured in Florida school shooting

At least 16 people have been killed in a shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Police have named the suspect, who the local sheriff says was a former student at the school.

The victims were taken to hospitals from the incident at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said, though their conditions were not immediately clear.

“It’s catastrophic. There really are no words,” according to the Broward Sheriff.

Maryland Businesses Must Provide Sick Leave To All Employees Starting Sunday

A new law requiring Maryland businesses with 15 or more employees to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave is scheduled to go into effect today, Sunday, February 11, 2018.

The law also covers part time employees. They accrue one hour of leave for every 30 hours worked. Employees that work at least 12 hours a week are eligible.

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Las Vegas Shooting: 59 Killed and 527 Injured

On the evening of Sunday, October 1, 2017, at approximately 10:00 p.m., gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of unsuspecting victims during the Route 91 Harvest music festival, held at the Las Vegas Village and Festival Grounds. Paddock fired on the crowd of 22,000 from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Initially from video footage, the crowd thought they were hearing fireworks, but with the second spray of gunfire concertgoers began running for their lives.

“People were getting shot at while we were running, and people were on the ground bleeding, crying and screaming. We just had to keep going,” witness Dinora Merino, 28, told the Washington Post. “There are tents out there and there’s no place to hide. It’s just an open field.”

On Monday, October 2, 2017, police identified Stephen Paddock, 64, as the lone shooter. Police found 23 firearms, including handguns and AR-15-style assault rifles, in Paddock’s room. Law enforcement sources said two rifles were set up on tripods in front of windows that had apparently been broken with a hammer-like object. Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas police department said that Paddock had brought at least ten suitcases into his room during his four-day stay.

Law enforcement sources told the AP that Paddock attached bump stocks to two semi-automatic weapons to make them function like automatic weapons.

Another 19 firearms were found in Paddock’s Mesquite, Nevada home on Monday, along with explosives and several rounds of ammunition. According to CNN, several pounds of ammonium nitrate, which is used to make explosives, were found in Paddock’s car.