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Here's today's June 12th Hollywood Wrap with Sonia Isabelle!

​'Just Mercy' ​Now Available To Watch For Free

It's the film that earned Jamie Foxx a SAG Award nomination, earlier this year. Now, Just Mercy, is available for all of us to watch for free, on demand. Warner Brothers deciding it was more important than ever for audiences to see the film about real life civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson and his fight for those who are wrongfully convicted. But don't wait, this free offer only lasts for the month of June.

Special Programming On BET

BET has led the way, for years, on addressing systemic racism in American society. Now, following the murder of George Floyd and the historic protests taking place, BET continues to offer groundbreaking programming to educate and enlighten all of us.

The COVID-19 Relief Fund

SNL star Chris Redd was one of the first to recognize the potential danger for protesters in this age of Coronavirus. He has set up a special fund for those who may have gotten sick, while out protesting. The link is above for those who want to contribute.

Virtual Pride Celebrations

How to Celebrate in L.A., NYC and Beyond

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Because of the pandemic, most Pride parades and celebrations have been cancelled. But, Hollywood is trying to fill that gap in a virtual way. Here are some of the EVENTS taking place this month.

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2020 Emmys Recap: Most Memorable Moments

Jimmy Kimmel hosted this year's Emmy Awards for the third time, but it looked a little different this time around. No one was in the audience, except some cardboard cutouts...and Jason Bateman.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has served since 1993 until her recent death this past week. Today, we're looking back on all of the times this legendary woman has been an icon in our pop culture.

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