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HIV/AIDS take heavy toll on Black youth

Blacks ages 13 through 24 accounted for more than a quarter of new HIV infections in 2010 in the U.S. Of the newly-infected in that age group, 57 percent of those infected are African American males, according to CDC’s most Vital Signs Report titled, “HIV Among Youth in the US.” ...

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How low will the Republicans go?

38 Republicans, the Senate failed the veteran’s groups that were in attendance to watch history unfold, it failed to honor the will of the people of the United States, it failed many groups of people all over the world, and even worse than all of that, they failed their own leadership-past and present. ...

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We may owe more to our veterans than we think

We may owe more to our veterans than we think ...

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Prosecution witness confirms frame-up

prosecution in the conspiracy trials against the Wilmington Ten – 10 civil rights activists, led by the Rev. Benjamin F. Chavis – falsely accused of firebombing a white-owned grocery store during the height of racial violence in Wilmington in 1971 ...

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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges places FAMU on one-year probation

“It is important to emphasize that FAMU remains an accredited institution, even while under the probation sanction from SACSCOC,” said FAMU Interim President Larry Robinson ...

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Leaders craft a ‘Black Agenda’ for President Obama

Black leaders from across the nation outlined a “Black Agenda” that would be presented to President Barack Obama and Congress early next year. ...

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Nelson Mandela hospitalized again, world prays

People around the world are praying for the health of former South African President Nelson Mandela as he remained hospitalized since last weekend for a lung infection ...

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HIV/AIDS and forgiveness: How Judith Shaw forgave herself and the man who infected her

Shaw insists that forgiveness saved her life: “For me, if I hadn’t forgiven I would be out there, somewhere, in that world, abusing myself. I would die.” ...

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Matthew Rose: Confessions of an HIV Vaccine Trial Participant

Matthew Rose is an HIV advocate and a strong voice for young Black gay men in the United States. Based in Washington D.C., Matthew does independent consulting on HIV/AIDS policy ...

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