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Racist incidents at Oberlin College

The words of hate were directed at Black, gay, and Jewish students, and students of Asian descent. According to Oberlin College officials, swastikas were drawn on some buildings and walls, “nigger” was written on some Black History Month posters, a note with the words “nigger + faggot center” was found in the college’s Multi-cultural Resource Center ...

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Being moral only when it’s convenient

want to use Portman’s renunciation of his Christian beliefs to have a more broad discussion of morals and values. ...

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Is College education harder for Blacks with the Obama Administration?

Resources are limited and shrinking at HBCUs and there is a crisis for Blacks in colleges and universities. We can place the blame on the Obama Administration and sue him in the courts, but I don’t think that will change the conditions and our situation. ...

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A staunch proponent for education succumbs quietly

Eddie Pearl Black Degraffenreidt, retired Broward County English Curriculum Specialist, Administrator and Educator ...

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Bus is it too late for Black people?

Black folks are mired in the worst conditions since we got our “civil rights.” ...

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Black Press: A catalyst for change

A catalyst for change ...

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Publishers discuss role of the Black Press

Each year, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) Foundation – comprised of 200 Black newspapers – celebrates the milestone with Black Press Week ...

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Broward League of Cities shows power of volunteerism with ‘Million Hour Challenge’ service project

During his tenure as President of the Broward League of Cities, Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Bobby DuBose is highlighting the power of volunteerism by adopting “Together We Serve” as his platform and issuing a Million Hour Volunteer Challenge to the local community ...

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Lil Wayne leaves hospital

Rapper Lil Wayne has been released from a Los Angeles hospital where he was taken after suffering a seizure last week, his publicist said late Monday night. ...

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Chevron donates $250,000 for Tuskegee University scholarships, programs

“Chevron’s donation is very broadly applied to different areas. But, primarily, they are very interested in student activities and student functions, “said Roy Nunn, Tuskegee’s director of corporate relations ...

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