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It’s been 40 years and we’re still here

It’s been 40 years and we’re still here Stranahan High Class of 73 -- Seated l-r- Gladys Leeks, Martha Hambersham, Mitchlene Skinner and Pamela Williams, second row, l-r: Micheal Truck Peavy, Loretta  Marshall, Lorenzo Marshall, Sharon O’Connor and Ellen Blade and third row,  l-r: Bonita Porter, Marilyn Robinson, Willie Cooper, Vaneth Brown, Nettie Williams and Carl Roberson. Piper High Class of 73 -- L to ...

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Greed, poverty, crime, profiling and unequal justice

Greed, poverty, crime, profiling and unequal justice By Phillip L. Wright, Ph.D. As a youngster growing up here in Miami, Florida, I have personally experienced or seen much racial discrimination and Profiling causing enormous race disconnect. In 1963, I was profiled and placed in a jail cell for 2 hours, for J-Walking, and released when I showed my voters registration card. . . A young Black in a new car m ...

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