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Sending military equipment to police questioned

Sending military equipment to police questioned ...

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Black having tougher time recovering from recession

The unemployment rate for Blacks (11.4 percent) and Whites (5.3 percent) remained unchanged from July to August, but the fact that Black unemployment is 2.4 percent higher than when the recession began five years ago is an indication that Blacks have the farthest to go to get back to pre-recession levels, according to Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. ...

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Woman involved in security lapse at Arizona Terror Center stripped of citizenship

Woman involved in security lapse at Arizona Terror Center stripped of citizenship ...

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Black lawyers to challenge police brutality in 25 cities

In an effort to combat police brutality in the Black community, the National Bar Association (NBA) recently announced plans to file open records requests in 25 cities to study allegations of police misconduct. ...

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Helping students attend college for free

Helping students attend college for free ...

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Higher Ed reforms will hurt students of color

Higher Ed reforms will hurt students of color ...

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Have you had your shower today?

Have you had your shower today? ...

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Lawsuit seeks $40 million for victims of police abuse

Lawsuit seeks $40 million for victims of police abuse ...

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The Legendary Rev. Dr. Mack King Carter’s legacy lives on!

The Legendary Rev. Dr. Mack King Carter's legacy lives on! ...

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NAACP launches Diversity Matters

NAACP launches Diversity Matters ...

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