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After 41 Years, a Virginia Man Finally Gets Exonerated For A Crime He Didn’t Commit

Despite having pleaded guilty to the heinous crime, he’s finally been unanimously exonerated by Virginia’s Supreme Court after DNA evidence revealed he didn’t do it. ...

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Breaking their media silence: Four Marjory Stoneman Douglas students speak out on the mass shooting and biased support.

Amongst the group is a strong belief that mainstream media is controlling the narrative of the tragedy. Together, they question where is this type of support when innocent unarmed Black kids are shot at the hands of reckless gun owners-- including police officers? ...

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NAACP releases Legislative Report Card for 2017 Congress

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), America’s premier civil rights organization, has released its Civil Rights Federal Legislative Report Card for the first session of the 115th Congress (Jan. 3, 2017 – Dec. 22, 2017). ...

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Actors Danny Glover and Delroy Lindo Join Inaugural From the Fire Summer Leadership Academy for Young Men of Color at Princeton University

Leadership development, mentoring, and Rites of Passage are the focuses of the new From the Fire: Leadership Academy for Young Men on July 22-Aug. 3, 2018. Operated by At the Well Conferences, Inc.; a provider of events for teens since 2009. ...

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Mt. Hermon AME Church have Memorial for Parkland, Florida Shooting

Mt. Hermon AME Church put on a candlelight memorial for the seventeen victims, which also touched on the topic of ending gun violence. ...

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Matthew Whitaker: Teen Talent, Musical Prodigy

Teen Talent, Musical Prodigy ...

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Bethune statue bill heads to governor

The statue of Bethune would replace a likeness of Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, who has represented Florida for decades in the Capitol. ...

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