Woman Falsely Accuses Black Teen of Stealing Phone

A woman assaulted and falsely accused a black teenager of stealing her iPhone. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks. Keep Hope (and TYT) Alive: http://tyt.com/go

Read More: https://www.vice.com/en/article/wx8zv… “Police are investigating an encounter between a Black jazz musician at a New York City hotel and a woman who falsely accused his son of stealing her cell phone. The incident occurred Saturday afternoon, when 40-year-old Keyon Harrold was returning to his room at the Arlo Hotel in Soho. Harrold, a Grammy Award-winning musician who’s worked with prominent artists like Jay Z, Rihanna, and Common, had been staying at the hotel for artistic inspiration, according to the New York Times. As he walked into the lobby with his 14-year-old son, a woman who Harrold told the New York Times he’s never met before accused his son of having her phone and demanded that he give it back.”*

To Say Goodbye

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A man takes a job at Care-A-Spondence, writing letters that people don’t want to write for themselves. When he’s assigned to help a woman write her suicide note, he finds that making a living isn’t so easy when someone might end up dying.

It’s Not About The Nail

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“Don’t try to fix it. I just need you to listen.” Every man has heard these words. And they are the law of the land. No matter what.

Why an Ordinary Life Can Be a Good Life

The modern age equates a good life with being extraordinary and distinguished. But the truth is likely to be quite different: learning to cherish and appreciate an ordinary life belongs to wisdom and the art of living. For gifts and more from The School of Life, visit our online shop: https://goo.gl/4nVG6t

FURTHER READING “We live in an age with a high regard for extraordinary lives – that is, lives that the vast majority of us will never lead. Our heroes have made outsized fortunes, appeared on gigantic screens and demonstrated unique virtue and talent. Their achievements are both dazzling and continuously, in the background, humiliating…” You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: https://goo.gl/EwazUX MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE