Our 10 Most Popular Posts From JuneπŸ”₯

Here are the 10 most-liked posts on Good Loc Day. What was your favorite post of June?

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Read her for filth! Check out as this brother drags this caller by @blacks.united that slid in the number one spot receiving more than 6,937 likes and 100 comments was our most liked post of the month!

What we love about creating content for GOOD LOC DAY is the opportunity to shed a light on both new and seasoned locticians and loc lovers by featuringΒ  on our page and sharing to our more than 54,400 followers! Here are our top ten for the month from our Instagram from May 31-June 30, 2020.

2.Β @frickfrackandfran

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Β 3. @naturalcentric

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Β 4. @keelahairco

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5. @ix.chel._

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Β 6. @akanumdrum

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πŸ€―πŸ™πŸ½ #COMEONGOD Here’s some light! We gone laugh and feel good all weekend! Reality and pain is ALWAYS there waiting for us...we gotta take each moment we get to smile or feel better fam! πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½ . In a sweeping decision released Friday, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled that over 100 death row inmates have the opportunity to prove racism affected their sentences because they had filed a claim under the state’s Racial Justice Act (RJA) before it was repealed in 2013. If the defendants win their hearings, they’ll be re-sentenced to life without parole. The ruling comes after years of legislative and legal proceedings over the RJA. Passed in 2009, the Act allowed North Carolina death row inmates to be re-sentenced to life without parole if they could prove race played a significant factor in their death sentence. Andrew Ramseur, a 31-year-old black man, is the plaintiff in Friday’s state Supreme Court case North Carolina v. Ramseur. He is one of the death row defendants who had filed a RJA claim prior to the Act’s 2013 repeal but was subsequently never given a hearing. On Friday, the state’s Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for the RJA’s repeal to have impacted his and other cases that were already pending. . . . πŸ‘‰πŸ½The ruling comes amid mass protests across the U.S. πŸ‘ˆπŸ½ to demand an end to systemic racism and justice for the murder of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died in Minneapolis police custody on May 25. β€œThis is just an incredibly poignant time for the court to announce this ruling,” Cassandra Stubbs, the director of the ACLU’s Capital Punishment Project, tells TIME. β€œThe death penalty, as we all know, is affected by racial bias… [This ruling] ensures we will be able to continue our journey as North Carolinians to really confront the legacy of race in capital trials. #empoweredbyakanundrum πŸ‘ΈπŸΎ: @akanundrum πŸ”’: #goodlocday πŸ’«: #locinspiration πŸ™ŒπŸΎ: #locappreciation πŸ“°: #empoweredbyakanundrum

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Β 7. @humble_rasta__

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8. @mznettaboo

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9. @wonderwombman & @dutchdadutchess

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10. @_hwhitee

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