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Dear Alumni, Community Leaders, Friends and Supporters of Dillard High School:

Dillard High School’s Student Government Association, along with our community partners are asking for your support and participation in our 2013-2014 Homecoming Parade and Tailgate celebration. ...

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

During September, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Men’s Health Network is urging men to risk to their health care providers about prostate cancer, ...

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Sleeping with the military enemy

Americans were fooled about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and it appears as though the government is trying to fool people about chemical weapons use in Syria. ...

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‘Never’ say we haven’t made progress

stand back and appreciate just how much America has changed in the past 50 years. ...

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Can President Obama sell a Syrian airstrike to America?

On Tuesday evening September 10, President Obama has decided to use his oratorical gifts and sell the country a line of foolishness on why we must go to war. ...

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The politics of justice reflects untold social injustices

The politics of justice reflects untold social injustices ...

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Fulfill King’s dream with fair tax and spending policies

With a few exceptions, U.S. income inequality has consistently worsened since reaching a low in 1968, ...

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Racism and double standards in America

Black Americans have always fought against unfair, unjust, false freedom of justice civil and human rights not just for Black people but for all people. ...

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Conflict in Syria

conflicting evidence presented to the congress and the public, may not be enough to gain support for a military strike on Syria ...

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“Mentors matter”

[caption id="attachment_14357" align="alignleft" width="180"] Marian Wright Edelman[/caption] Child Watch “Mentors matter” By Marian Wright Edelman       These are the words of an 18-year-old who recently graduated from high school in a high-poverty neighborhood in the nation’s capital: “Where I live, which is Ward 7, everyone is the same . . . If you follow the crowd, you’ re going to end up dead or in jai ...

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