From what little I know, the story is accurate but Terry Smith Editor I don’t think so. GQ Magazine Article

The conversation around the GQ Magazine Article “The Lost Girls of Rocky Mount” has been the writer has misquoted and/or shared information that suppose to have been off the record. Off the record with a person and they has a pen in their hands can be just as dangerous as a fool with a gun in his hand.

Mr. editor you need to do some research to find out more about the mess surrounding the GQ Magazine. There has been much conversation about the article over the past couple of weeks.

The most recent conversation was the interview with Rocky Mount Police Chief John Manley on FM 99.3 on the Dave Perkins show. Manley says his comments were taken out of context.

See related:

So Whose Fault Is It The Girls Of Rocky Mount Were Lost?

Memorial service staged to unite community – The Rocky Mount Telegram

Murdered and Missing Women


Ignant Column: This Ignant Butt Hole Compares Rev. William Barber to Rev. Roosevelt Higgs

Author : T Knight
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So now Barber is just as much a lawbreaker as Roosevelt Higgs

Note: This comment was not approved in the comment column but rather made the Ignant Column. LMBAO

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Why We Choose to Break the Law in Nonviolent Resistance and Moral Witness against the Re-Segregation of the Wake County Public Schools

Wake County Public Schools

The 6th Annual NC Juneteenth Celebration In Durham Featuring A Little Something For Everybody

There will a lot of special appearances and surprise guests at the Juneteenth Celebration this Saturday in Durham!

The 6th Annual NC Juneteenth Celebration will take place Saturday June 19 on the CCB Plaza from 1pm – 8pm. Admission to this event is FREE!

I can’t name the surprise guests so let me tell you about the scheduled performers. Hosting the Juneteenth Celebration are two very funny men – Grave Digger (ComicView and BET) and Les Long (The Les Long Show).

The Opening Ceremony features Miss Black NC USA 2010 RaSheeda Waddell and gospel recording artist Gerald Hinton performing a set that includes his hit single "The Battle is Not Over."

Opening and closing the show are two of the best bands in the area: The Stanley Baird Group (jazz) kicks things off and Johnny White & The Elite Band (R&B) finishes it up, going on at 7:15 pm.

Gary Jones aka Special Gee (Tremors, Plum Crazy and K97.5 Mix show) will bring the old school flavor while presenting the new sounds of Y-Rag Entertainment Music Group featuring:
Sandra Dubose Gibson (R&B)
Sonja (Neo-Soul)
Chenire (Smooth R&B)
Lock (Rap)
Casino Crisis (Rap)
Q (R&B/soul)

Not to be missed are the performances by Jerome Waller & Anointed Praise, gospel group with a full band, and R&B recording artist MarQuetta, known as the Songbird of the South, working it out on stage with her dancers. Both of these acts are bound for the top!

Juneteenth is the celebration of the ending of slavery in the US. Often cited as the African American Independence Day, the celebration of Juneteenth originates from Galveston, Texas, where on June 19th, 1865, the word of the Emancipation Proclamation reached the enslaved. North Carolina was the 26th state to recognize Juneteenth as a state holiday or a state holiday observance.

Just like the celebration in Texas in 1865, the 6th Annual NC Juneteenth Celebration will have plenty of fabulous food and lots activities for children of all ages.

Addressing the needs of our community today, the festival will include health screenings and exhibitors with information you can use.