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Black Clergy stand their ground against Zimmerman verdict

Black clergy leaders joined Sharpton last week in front of the Justice Department in Washington, D.C. to express their concerns about the “Stand Your Ground” self-defense statutes and the dangerous message that the Zimmerman verdict carried. ...

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Bev Smith ‘Challenges’ Black women

“to challenge all Black women to unite, become empowered, and focus on health, education, employment and spirituality to make a difference and change direction in these challenging times,” according to literature distributed by conference organizers. ...

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The rise and fall of Kevin Johnson as President of Black Mayors

And after being crowned president of the National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM) at its annual convention in Atlanta on May 30, he told anyone who would listen: “I’m going to shake things up.” ...

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The George Zimmermans always get away

The killing of Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of George Zimmerman are not aberrations in America; both outcomes could have been anticipated. ...

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“Heaven Help Us All”

racial profiling to mask the murder of a young boy whose only crime was being Black. ...

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Investigate the racial context behind Martin’s death

Investigate the racial context behind Martin’s death ...

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Study: Blacks excluded from juries in the South

Study: Blacks excluded from juries in the South ...

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Florida Memorial University appoints its interim president

The Board of Trustees of Florida Memorial University announces the appointment of Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis as Interim President ...

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FAMU students selected for Santa Barbara Research Scholars Program

Four students from Florida A&M University (FAMU) have been selected to participate in the 2013 UC Santa Barbara–FAMU Educational Evaluation Research Scholars Program: ...

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BTW Foundation marks tenth year of scholarships and grants

The Foundation named two new $1,500 scholarship recipients and announced both a $1,000 academic program and a $500 Teacher of the Year grant. ...

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