All I'm trying to do is survive and make good out of the dirty, nasty, unbelievable lifestyle that they gave me.
“Once my life is gone, it’s gone; can’t nobody give it back to me. Not the judge, not the President, not the governor, not Calvin Butts, not Jesse Jackson. They can’t do nothin’ but come to my funeral and talk pretty about how Black people suffer.” -#Tupac 1994
Holograms go mainstream, with future full of possibility: hologram boom began in April 2012 when Coachella, one of the most influential music festivals, resurrected slain rapper Tupac Shakur in a headlining set by his former collaborators Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Two years later, the King of Pop Michael Jackson came back from the dead at the Billboard Music Awards, the annual event hosted by the US music industry magazine. In recent months, hologram announcements have become so regular
On April 6, 1968, 17-year-old Bobby Hutton was killed by Oakland police while surrendering after a 90-minute shootout. Hutton was the first to join Oakland's Black Panther Party after it was formed by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale in 1966.