Category Archives: Police Brutality

Activists discuss social injustice at World Premier screening of film in Phoenix!

  We had such a great night at the world premier screening of our film #Bars4Justice! There were community activists, leaders, organizers, artists, and hip hop heads all there to discuss as a whole what we can do as a community to make a difference. WestCoast Kam was there and he talked about his role […]

Filmmakers bring Ferguson to Phoenix’s Hip Hop community… Sheriff Arpaio not invited.

On October 1st, community leaders along with local and national Hip Hop artist will meet in Phoenix to discuss racial profiling, police brutality, SB1070 laws, and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. This will take place at a premier screening of a short film “#Bars4Justice” (view or download media kit) Presented by Nation19 and Directed by award winning filmmakers Hakeem Khaaliq […]

You waited long enough! #Bars4Justice

You have waited long enough, and although we were to announce winners Sep 1st, we had a great lyrical hiphop debate on who the winner should be over the past 2 days lol.. On top of the prizes the winners will also be featured on an upcoming #Bars4Justice track for YOU to enjoy for FREE!! APDTA! […]

#blacklivesmatter sisters take over the NetRoots Nation Presidential Town Hall [explicit]

Nation19 Magazine was live on the scene when these strong #blacklivesmatter sisters who took over the NetRoots Nation Presidential Town Hallin Phoenix, Arizona. Here is the play by play. If I die in police custody do not let my parents talk to Don Lemon, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson or any of the motherfuckers that would […]

Christians and Muslims unite in Washington DC to demand Justice or Else: #justiceorelse

Less than one week from the horrific slayings of 9 innocent black people at Charlotte AME Church came a solid wall of unity and power. Muslims, Christians and the media assembled at the Historic African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington DC for the official press conference announcing the 20th Anniversary of the Million March March which […]

19 things you can’t do being black in America

19 things you can’t do being black in America (according to racist). Click the links to see more. Some of these are hard to read and watch. 1. Listen to loud music at a gas station. 2. Walk home from a snack run to 7-11. 3. Wear a hoodie. 4. Walk down the street with […]

The Revolution will be Socialized #

Amidst everything going on in baltimore, and the uprisings and cries for justice across America, we’ve received some pretty interesting feedback on our social media regarding the Death of Freddie Gray and the recent protest we posted. You would think these people time traveled from the 60’s and learned how to use social media overnight […]

If you get caught filming police brutality in Chicago you are going to jail! More cities and states to follow.

An amendment to a Senate bill in Chicago (actually the whole state of Illinois) has been passed to ensure that recording police officers and government officials is now a felony. This law would have made the Rodney King video and Eric Garner videos illegal. The US Department of Justice reports that an average of 400-500 […]

What Mike Brown has in common with Rodney King will surprise you.

What Mike Brown has in common with Rodney King will surprise you.

Check this out: In his testimony before the grand jury, Officer Darren Wilson described the 18 year old teenager Mike Brown as looking like a “demon”. “The way I’ve described it is, it was like a 5-year-old trying to hold on to Hulk Hogan,” Wilson said. Now check this out: in 1992 LAPD Officer Stacy […]

Actual Facts about Racial Profiling in Ferguson

Furguson Racial Profiling Actual Facts

The Actual Facts: Michael Brown, a 18-year old from Ferguson, MO, was shot and killed by local police in front of his grandmother’s house on Aug. 9 2014. The unarmed teen — a recent high school graduate was reported to be starting college that week — was killed by a series of bullets from one […]