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Florida faces many huge problems, and it appeared that Governor Scott decided to stand on the outside, and not take a position. ...

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A proud citizen of Hip Hop

Still, I proudly raise my flag and declare: I Am a Citizen of Hip Hop. ...

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Cleveland’s Charles Ramsey: Hood or Hero?

other famous “hilarious Black neighbor” Internet sensation, the coverage of Ramsey – and his criminal past – raises serious questions about how we treat a hero with a troubled past and, yes, how Blacks and whites look at the same event through different prisms of race. ...

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Black Revolutionary Assata Shakur is no terrorist

There is nothing in the activism of Assata Shakur that displays anything approaching terrorism. Additionally, since her exile, she has not been involved with any activities in the U.S.A. that could be construed as terrorist. ...

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Is Immigration reform important to Blacks and our leaders?

There is a bipartisan group called the “Gang of Eight which has been working to draft legislature that would help clear the pathway for citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants. President Obama has always been a supporter of comprehensive immigration reform, but his hands are tied because there are a thousand ways to start to fix this problem. ...

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Black pastors and their responsibility to the Black community

The Black Pastors seem not to want to teach the truth from the Bible that can be apply it to our daily lives as to what is really going on today in our society. ...

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The National Urban League announces launch of a new small business lending arm

“The creation of the Urban Empowerment Fund is historic for the National Urban League as it allows us to deepen our community impact by directly supporting small businesses – ...

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Nine LGBT athletes of color who paved the way for Jason Collins

Below, a recap of the Collins pronouncement and a look at LGBT athletes of color who have helped pave the way ...

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Hundreds of Philly students walk out of Class to protest budget cuts

Students from Benjamin Franklin High School, the Franklin Learning Center and Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts walked out of class at approximately 1:30 p.m. and began protesting major cuts to education spending ...

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