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“You Can Kill the #Revolutionary But, You Can’t Kill the #Revolution!” – #FredHampton

A young Malcolm X (born Malcolm Little) in Omaha, Nebraska.

Brother Malcolm (born Malcolm Little) passed away on this day, February 21st 1965 in Harlem, New York at the Audubon Ballroom. Born in Omaha, Nebraska on 1925, Malcolm X (later becoming known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz) would go on to become a leader for Civil Rights for Black people all over the world. Black Panther Fred Hampton once said, “You can kill the revolutionary but, you can’t kill the revolution!” It all makes sense now. -xoxo #BrooklynGirlCode. <3

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#JumaaneWilliams Wins Race for #NYC #PublicAdvocate !!!

Jumaane Williams after his victory in NYC on February 26th. Photo via the New York Times.

On February 26th, The Big Apple elected a new Public Advocate into office. The young Brooklyn native who goes by the name of Jumaane Williams is also a self-proclaimed “Hip-Hop Head” and as far as we’re concerned, Mr. Williams has already started off his term on two good notes!

Congrats to Jumaane Williams on winning the election and all the best to him on his new position in office! Brooklyn wins again! -xoxo #BrooklynGirlCode™ 😎

Read the original article about Mr. Williams’ big win published in the New York Times on February 27th, 2019 here.