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POLITICO: Shutdown releases racism

Protesters marched through the streets of Washington on Sunday with a Confederate flag and then a protester lounged against the White House fence with one. ...

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What’s in our shopping carts?

With a current buying power of $1 trillion, manufacturers and marketers should be paying careful attention to the shopping patterns of African-American consumers. ...

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Italian gymnastics team member makes ugly racist remarks about Black gymnast at World Championships

Italian gymnastics team member makes ugly racist remarks about Black gymnast at World Championships ...

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Teen arrested and connection with murdering his 71-year-old great-grandmother Jacqueline Bell

A young troubled Missouri boy and his cousin were arrested in the connection to the murder of their 71-year-old grandmother who was found dead in her Portland-area home Saturday morning. ...

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Nissan accused of violating international labor laws

Nissan North America has violated international labor laws in a decade-long campaign against unions that civil rights activists have called “systematic and unrelenting,” according to a new report. ...

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Is Florida a Jim Crow state under the leadership of Gov. Scott?

Leading up to the election of 2014, Governor Rick Scott will continue to run Florida as a Jim Crow state ...

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Sagging pants banned in some Texas restaurants

Sagging pants banned in some Texas restaurants ...

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U.S. increases unneeded surveillance of citizens

The government’s surveillance powers have grown under the Obama administration, even as experts warn that the current approach to data collection clogs the system making it harder to find the real terrorists. ...

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Congresswoman Wilson invited to testify at U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, ‘Haiti: Is U.S. AID Effective?’

Congresswoman Wilson invited to testify at U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing, ‘Haiti: Is U.S. AID Effective?’ ...

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Miami city commission candidates debate in upper eastside

Four candidates vying for the city of Miami’s District 5 seat currently held by term limited Commissioner Michelle Spence Jones debated the issues at a forum hosted by the Belle Meade Homeowners Association in Miami’s Upper Eastside ...

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