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Louis Farrakhan (born Louis Eugene Walcott; May 11, 1933) is the National Representative of the Nation of Islam.

He is an advocate for Black interests, and a critic of American society. ...

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NC NAACP Statement on Pardon of Wilmington Ten

Today the spirit of justice was awakened in the capitol of North Carolina. Governor Beverly Perdue signed a Pardon of Innocence for nine men and one woman known as ‘The Wilmington 10. ...

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Vantage Point

State of Emergency in Black America: Time to Heal Black Families and Communities. ...

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Saying you’re Black doesn’t make it so!

In a post last year about white folk who claim to be Blacker than Black folk, I mentioned that disgraced ...

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Analogies so often escape the politics of realities

Consequently, with each new beginning comes a reflection on the old, along with resolutions for the new. Just happens that way. ...

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Brother Paul Hughes, 320 Past Master has completed all the work on his Trestleboard

[caption id="attachment_7574" align="alignleft" width="288"] Brother Paul Hughes[/caption] Brother Paul Hughes, 320 Past Master has completed all the work on his Trestleboard By Staff Writer      Brother Paul Hughes was elected the 9th Worshipful Master of McBride Lodge No. 390 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. McBride Masonic Lodge No. 390 was organized and chartered to operate on May 24, 1914. The Lodge began its w ...

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Mount Tabor’s Emancipation Proclamation Service highlights “Kulibah”

Mount Tabor M. B. Church in Liberty City held its 23rd Annual Emancipation Proclamation Service that was highlighted by a powerful sermon delivered by Minister Wendell H. Paris, Jr. ...

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Lloyd Charmers: Reggae singer dies at 74

Famed Reggae artist Lloyd Charmers has died. The singer, keyboard player and record producer died in London on Dec. 27, 2012 after suffering a massive heart attack behind the wheel of his car ...

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Black Buying Power expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2015

Black people have lots of money and we are determined to spend it. According to the State of the African-American Consumer Report, African American buying power is expected to rise to $1.1 trillion by 2015. ...

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‘1963’ explores Civil Rights in Birmingham

1963: How the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement Changed America and the World, features a chronological account of some of the major events from that pivotal year in Birmingham’s history ...

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