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you lovely ladies are super right
Speak on it Jeannie. She carried this segment on her own
Am I the only one who thinks when they use the word platform, that it perpetuates the stereotype that celebrities are better than everyone else? No... ok. Love the message though!
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This is all society’s fault! This is all the schools fault and the foster care systems fault on why there are tons of homeless bums and blacks and Latinos go to prison for out of things that they couldn’t avoid!
Omg Adrienne is a REAL ONE. I did not expect her to love Meek Mill like that cause I do to! Meek is my inspiration and his story is sooo inspiring and relatable to me.
I love what these people cheer about.
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I read a book called The New Jim Crow - Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Highly recommend.
Cardi b should go on the real!!!!!!!!!!!
i thought i was the only who thought “get up 10” sounded like “dreams and nightmares” .
Even when discussing SUPER important topics like mass incarceration Adrienne still does her lip pout. SMH 3:56
A if you stop asking the audience about their opinion you wouldnt be so hurt LOL
Also, 326 million americans, 2.3 million prisoners... that's really not a massive percentage of the population like you claim it to be.
Mickey Mantle's longest home run travelled about 565 feet from home plate Chuck Norris' longest home run travelled about 565 light years from home plate.
Morons; a lot of countries don't imprison people because they flat out execute those being judged; think Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, North Korea, etc. You're lucky to live in a country that gives you a place to stay while you await sentencing; I know it seems like a basic freedom, but it is not granted in many places around the world. And sorry to say, but if you idiots actually did research and looked the BJS website where all of these stats are listed, you would know that black people do make up a small percentage of the US population, yet commit a majority of the violent crimes in the US. How is that even possible? Because of the culture of fatherless homes, gang-banging, bitches n hoes, no respect for police or gov't or the flag, lack of education, etc. Are all black people like that? Of course not. Is it a prevalent problem in urban areas across the country? You'd be a fool to think it wasn't. What these idiots don't talk about is how over 2 million white people were the victims of violent crime in 2014, a rate that was 5x that of black people in the same year. Wake up, sheep.
ohhhh so everyone and they mama love meek now? a few summers ago it was is that your world tour or girls tour
Get Jeanie her own show please!
Racism has much to do with Pride ! Hard to fight that when it's ingrained in you. But all need to remember "God is not partial"
jeannie is always so sincere!
Why are they so happy with him being out?(the big names)
Jeannie is by far the most impactful of all the ladies at the table. Have been looking at all of them and don't get me wrong they all bring something to that table. However, Jeannie always surpasses them all in discourse that matters and those that needs to be disseminated for education and or edification. Jeannie you go girl...Kudos
Everyone is going IN on Adrienne, but that suggestion to collaborate with Cardi B would begin to take care of the employment issue and help him resume his music career!
Never say there is nothing beautiful in the world any more. There is always something to make you wonder in the shape of a tree, the trembling of a leaf.
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Imprisonment (from imprison, via French emprisonner, originally from Latin prensio, arrest, from prehendere, prendere, "to seize") in law is the specific state of being physically incarcerated or confined in an institutional setting such as a prison. Courts of the United States, including the U.S. Supreme Court, have recognized that the minimum period in an indeterminate sentence that was actually imposed by a court of law is the official term of imprisonment. In other words, any "street time" (...