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AP Entertainment Digest for Monday, June 29, 2020

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MONDAY, June 29

BET AWARDS — The BET Awards used a series of sharp, artistic performances to highlight the inequalities Black people face daily as well as the Black Lives Matter movement, civil rights and the lives of those lost because of police officers, including George Floyd. By Music Writer Mesfin Fekadu. SENT: 900 words, photos.


FILM-WELCOME TO CHECHNYA — A new documentary that debuts Tuesday on HBO has gone to greater lengths to preserve the anonymity of its sources while still conveying their humanity. “Welcome to Chechnya” is about an underground pipeline created to rescue LGBTQ Chechens from the Russian republic where the government has for several years waged a crackdown of gays. By AP Film Writer Jake Coyle. UPCOMING: 662 words, photos.

THE STREAM — A roundup of the film, music and television releases headed to a screen or device near you. UPCOMING: 900 words, photos.

RACIAL INJUSTICE-JOHN WAYNE — In the latest move to change place names in light of U.S. racial history, leaders of Orange County’s Democratic Party are pushing to drop film legend John Wayne’s name, statue and other likenesses from the county’s airport because of his racist and bigoted comments. SENT: 380, photos.

TRAP MUSIC-CLARK ATLANTA — Atlanta rapper T.I. will soon be adding educator to his resume. T.I will be at Clark Atlanta University this fall to teach the “Business of Trap Music.” SENT: 140 words, photos.


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