April 20, 2019

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Mourning Due to Violence: Dr. King, Samantha Josephson, Nipsey Hussle & Other News in W.E. Community Spotlight
April 4, 2019

American Violence took the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 51 years ago. He was remembered April 4, 2019 as the nation mourns the recent high visibility violent deaths of a South Carolina student and Rapper & Community Leader Nipsey Hussle; The Bay Area mourns Father Jay Matthews, the pastor and friend of slain U.S. journalist, Chauncey Bailey, who died of a heart attack at the age of 70.  W.E. gives tribute and shares other community news.

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembered
Former US Ambassador, Mayor of Atlanta and King Mentee, Andrew Young: "He knew when he was going to Memphis he was going to die."  Click image to hear Washington Post Interview.
Beloved Father Jay Matthews Mourned
Beloved Father Jay Matthews Funeral Services: VIEWING: Sunday, April 7th, 4:00-6:00 pm Cathedral of Christ the Light; Oakland; VIGIL: Sunday, April 7th, 6:00 pm Cathedral of Christ the Light, Oakland Followed by a reception MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Monday, April 8th, 7:00 pm Cathedral of Christ the Light, Oakland, Followed by a reception;  INTERMENT: Tuesday, April 9th, 11:00 am St. Joseph Cemetery, San Pablo.

Samantha Josephson Deeply Missed

Father, Family and Friends mourn college student Samantha Josephson who died at the hands of a fake Uber Driver in South Carolina. God bless this family impacted by this unbelievable violence steeped in deception. "A What's My Name Campaign" has been launched to help others from getting into a car with a fake shared ride driver.  Click Image for Story as Seymour Josephson talks about his daughter.
Mother & Oakland City Councilwoman Speaks Out As She Grieves Violent Death of Son in LA
Click Image for heartfelt reflections of Councilwoman Lynette Gibson McElhaney in the aftermath of Oakland favorite son Victor's death in Los Angeles where he was studying music. May the promises of God keep you!
Nipsey Hussle Rest in Love
"Keep Your Head To the Sky Nipsey Hussle."  Slain Rapper was a positive force. Click Image for story. You are missed Nipsey Hussle. God bless your family! Your death made me think of slain journalist Chauncey Bailey and Father Matthews passing also brought Chauncey to mind. Father Jay was his pastor and gave the eulogy at Chauncey's funeral in 2007.  Chauncey Bailey was the first American journalist to be killed on U.S. soil. 
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Art Imitating Life...or Life Imitating Art?!
KMEL'S LARRY DORSEY'S INTERVIEW OF DIRECTOR DARRYL V. JONES CONDUCTED DAYS BEFORE NIPSEY HUSSLE'S DEATH GAVE PAUSE TO THINK ABOUT IT...GIVE A LISTEN. CLICK THE IMAGE
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