Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Police say benches were flipped and the landscape damaged at the Odell S. Williams African-American Museum in Baton Rouge.
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Ronn Germaine Bell rented a residence from Roberts-Joseph and was behind in his payments, police said.
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Sadie Roberts-Joseph, an inspirational leader who founded an African American history museum, was discovered dead on Friday.
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The Baton Rouge Police Department said the 75-year-old was a "tireless advocate of peace."
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People have ideas about who they want leisha Evans to be. “And when they get a glimpse of who I actually am, they don’t like it.”
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"We're afraid of revenge," a Baton Rouge resident said.
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One officer involved in the shooting death of Alton Sterling has been fired and the other has been suspended.
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"I'm going to shoot you in your f**king head," one of the officers can be heard saying in the video.
Queer Voices
The 28-year-old is the seventh known trans person killed this year.
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Baton Rouge is bracing for more protests.
Crime
Kenneth Gleason, 23, faces two counts of first-degree murder in the Baton Rouge shootings.
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Authorities have arrested a person of interest in the deaths of two Louisiana men.
Weird News
A blocked storage tank line caused the gruesome sight.
Impact
Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors have both stepped up to provide drinking water to those hit hard by the storm.
Black Voices
Poets at the Brave New Voices festival address issues of racial violence, immigration, social justice, police brutality and women’s rights.
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At least seven people were arrested, and police used tear gas and stun guns on the crowd.
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Gavin Long set out to inflict "destruction ... upon bad cops as well as good cops," according to a note found in his car.
Crime
The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages from the city, police department and the two officers involved in the shooting.
Politics
Groups like the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies also support the proposal, suggesting it would incentivize
Politics
"All of Christendom... is at war with Islamic horror," says Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.).