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Hastings on Supreme Court challenge to Voting Rights Act

Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-FL) issued the following statement as the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case of Shelby County v. Holder, which challenges the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965: ...

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Whole Foods gets rid of racist picture of President Obama eating chicken

A Whole Foods store in New York has been forced to take down an offensive sign showing President Obama eating chicken ...

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Forbes Black billiomaires 2013

FORBES list of the World’s Billionaires, only seven are Black ...

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Purposeful Parents: Are you helping or hurting your teen’s efforts in school?

You most definitely have the best of intentions for your child. But you may think you are helping them when what you are really doing is hurting their efforts in school. ...

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Around 15 people reported dead in Kenya after voters were attacked during election

East African nation of Kenya on Monday, criminal gang members armed with machetes attacked voters at poll stations leaving approximately 15 people dead ...

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Bill Cosby compares today’s Republicans to racist segregationists

comedian and actor Bill Cosby pointed out that racism today is not that different from racism in the 1960’s. ...

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Promotional posters of Cardinal Turkson may damage his chance of being Pope

Recently, there have been a plethora of posters appearing around Rome in support of bidding Cardinal Turkson of Ghana to be made the new Pope; however, campaigning and promoting oneself for the position of the Pope is shunned ...

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Michigan State Rep. leaves Democratic Party, accuses Democrats of not respecting Blacks

Rep. Olumba stated that his reasons for leaving the Democratic Party include the party’s condescending treatment of Blacks and Detroiters ...

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Your Black History: Meet Dr. Andrew Brimmer, the first Black governor of the Federal Reserve

Today’s edition of Your Black History profiles a historic event on today’s date 47 years ago. On February 10, 1966 President Lyndon Johnson appointed Dr. Andrew Brimmer (pictured) to the Federal Reserve Bank’s Board of Governors. Brimmer was the first Black person ever to be appointed to one of the highest positions of our nation’s central bank ...

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