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ACT-SO steers N.J. African-American students to success

ACT-SO steers N.J. African-American students to success ...

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Percy Sledge, who sang When A Man Loves a Woman, dies

Percy Sledge, who recorded the classic 1966 soul ballad When a Man Loves a Woman, has died. He was 74. ...

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John Legend launches ‘Free America’ campaign to end mass incarceration

John Legend is proving that there are some musicians out there who are staying abreast of social issues plaguing the U.S. On Monday the Oscar-winning singer announced his new initiative, Free America, as part of his efforts to end mass incarceration. ...

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Dirty underwear can keep you honest

Dirty underwear can keep you honest ...

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Advocates hope Obama’s clemencies will pave way for other releases

Prisoners’ advocate groups hope President Barack Obama’s decision to grant clemency to nearly two dozen, non-violent drug offenders is just the beginning of a wave of future commutations that would disproportionately impact African Americans held in federal prisons. ...

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Fort Lauderdale cop who slapped homeless man has charges filed against him

The Broward State Attorney’s Office has filed three misdemeanor charges against Ramirez who was caught on cell-phone video slapping the homeless man in his face. ...

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OneUnited Bank welcomes Senior Banking CRA Specialist Marcia Barry-Smith, introduces the unity home loan

OneUnited Bank is proud to welcome senior banking consultant Marcia Barry-Smith who has over 30 years of high level banking experience in South Florida. ...

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On my way to dancing in the stars

At the tender young age of 14, Noesha Noel, who attends Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, had the opportunity to share her talents and learn from members of the recognized and prestigious school of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. ...

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Black fraternity, police officer face million-dollar lawsuit

Kappa Alpha Psi, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious Black fraternities, is facing multi-million dollar lawsuits for hazing, the latest by a 45-year-old Washington man who claims he was paddled and beaten with a cane by members, including a Prince George’s County police officer. ...

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