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April 4th is the 45th Anniversary of Dr. King’s Assassination

Dr. King’s birthday, let the historic day of assassination go by so quietly. ...

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Coach Joe Redmond steps down marking the end of an era

Redmond announced that he would no longer coach high school football after spending the last 38 years coaching football at either the high school or collegiate level. ...

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NAACP Town Hall meeting: Ten rules for dealing with police

The program, entitled 10 Rules for Dealing with Police began with an informative video of the same name. ...

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Delta honors: Celebrating a century of service

century of service ...

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What if that baby who was ‘cured’ of HIV never had it?

“first documented case of a child being cured of the virus.” ...

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National abortion rates highest among African American teens and twice the national average

African American teen pregnancy had the highest probability of ending in an abortion of any other race. ...

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Budgets pressures lead to less incarceration of Black youth

Dwindling state budgets have had an unintended positive effect ...

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Tattooed eyelids and modern day slavery in Miami

This horrific case forces human trafficking ...

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Homicidal teen elephants may explain impact of mass incarceration, single parent homes

teen elephants’ behavior was primarily driven by childhood trauma from watching their parents being slaughtered, ...

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