The rapper-actor called foul.
"I do more for people in broken neighborhoods than probably anybody you’ll ever know."
I am highly sympathetic to his remarks. Like him, I agree that black lives matter and that too many black lives are lost needlessly due to homicide. I commend Lewis for shining a light on this issue and for putting pressure on African Americans to do more to reduce violence in their communities.
"They don't judge you. The program offers you a feeling of hope. The program taught me what it meant to forgive. If you want people to bless you and move forward despite your past, you have to learn to do that for others."
"Violence isn't the answer."
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We must encourage men to have a voice in this discussion because while the majority of domestic violence victims are women, every year in the U.S., about 3.2 million men are the victims of an assault by an intimate partner.
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Back in March, Flacco told USA Today that "there’s times where he says some stuff and you’re like, ‘Man I don’t know what