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Founder of Black History Museum Found Dead in Trunk of Car at Age 75

The body of Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, was found on Friday afternoon and the cause of her death is still unknown, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department.

Joseph is the founder of non-profit Odell S. Williams Now & Then Museum of African American History.

“Ms. Sadie was a tireless advocate of peace in the community. We had opportunities to work with her on so many levels … Ms. Sadie is a treasure to our community, she will be missed by BRPD and her loss will be felt in the community she served.”

The car was found in the 2300 block of North 20th Street, which is located off I-110 near Choctaw, reports KSLA news.

Officials did not state how she was discovered.

Joseph’s home is also located on Kaufman Street, which is roughly 3.5 miles from where her body was found.

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Book of the Day "Side Chick Nation"

Aya de León is an award-winning author, activist, educator and spoken word poet. Side Chick Nation is book four of her urban crime fictional series Justice Hustlers, however, it works well as a stand-alone novel.
   In this remarkable summer must-read, the main character Dulce is tired of her married drug-dealing boyfriend’s antics, steals his cash and flees from Miami to her family in the Caribbean, ditching the side-chick life. The author takes the story on an interesting journey, exploring colonization, climate change and the US government’s response to Hurricane Maria.

Side Chick Nation is an entertaining, insightful, satisfying read.

   She's beautiful, unpredictable - and on the run from dangerous men. But this ex-side chick is ready to risk everything to help others in trouble....

    Between her special skills - and an eye for very rich and/or very smokin' men - Dulce stays a hustle ahead of trouble and makes her new life one endless party in Puerto Rico. Until she…

Amazing Deals on Black Owned Products on Amazon Prime Day!!!

It’s Amazon Prime Day!!! Over the next 48 hours, Amazon will offer some amazing deals exclusive to its Amazon Prime members. Sign Up for Amazon Prime 30 day FREE Trial Here.
   Amazon is predicting, 76% of Amazon Prime members in the US to shop Prime Day, increasing from 63% who shopped in 2018.

    Although most Prime Day shoppers are looking for deals on tech and electronics like the Instant Pot and iRobot Roomba,  I know what you really want is some products that are black owned and created. So here is a list of some great black-owned products sold on Amazon that you may be able to get a bargain on. Click on the links or images to pull up the product listing.

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