Meek Mill on Prison Reform: ‘I Don’t Want to Be Martin Luther King; I’m Still Meek Mill’

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This week I received an email from The Root’s deputy managing editor, Yesha Callahan, asking who wanted to attend a live Tidal interview between Meek Mill and Angie Martinez in New York City. When I saw the email, I basically fought my keyboard so I could be the first to respond and secure my spot. As the resident…

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