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Birth Of A Nation

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Roy Mizell & Kurtz Funeral Home Services

FRAZIER Funeral services for the late Cora Frazier - 88 were held Nov. 7 at First Baptist Church Piney Grove with Rev. Dr. Derrick J. Hughes officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. KELLY Funeral services for the late John Douglas Kelly - 71 were held Nov. 9 at New Mt. Olive Baptist Church with Dr. Marcus D. Davidson officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. ROBERTSON Funeral services for the ...

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McWhite Funeral Home Services

GRAHAM Funeral services for the late Wallace Dalton Graham - 91 were held Oct. 26 at Gateway Church with Rev. Dr. Preston William II officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. THOMAS Funeral services for the late John Henry Thomas – 72 were held Nov. 7 at McWhite’s Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Timothy Jackson officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Home Services

BURR Funeral services for the late Catherine Viola Browne Burr - 68 were held Nov. 7 at Community Church of God with Dr. J. Curtis Eubanks officiating. DUPREE Funeral services for the late Priscilla Felesha Dupree – 44 were held Nov. 7 at James C. Boyd’s Memorial Chapel with Pastor Frederick Barber officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. ...

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You’re going to miss me when I’m gone

You’re going to miss me when I’m gone ...

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My Future Is Now!

My Future Is Now! ...

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Baltimore Warrior says Black America has ‘accepted defeat’ while facing ‘insane levels’ of street violence

Baltimore Warrior says Black America has ‘accepted defeat’ while facing ‘insane levels’ of street violence ...

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Missouri president and chancellor quit after football team walks out

The University of Missouri system’s president, Tim Wolfe, and the chancellor of the flag-ship campus, R. Bowen Loftin, announced on Monday that they were resigning their posts in the face of growing protests by African-American students, the threat of a walkout by faculty and a strike by football players who said the administrators had done too little to combat racism on campus. ...

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Price hike of HIV/AIDS Drug highlights new role for activism

There’s no denying that many strides have been made in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. But a pharmaceutical company’s recent decision to hike the price of a drug used by PLWHA from $13.50 per tablet to $750 overnight has some wondering if such progress could be wiped out at the whim of big business. ...

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