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Whites don’t have to pretend to be Black to lead an NAACP Chapter

white person does not have to pretend to be Black in order to lead an NAACP chapter. In fact, she would have to look no farther than several states south, to Arizona, to see that a white man, Donald Harris, is president of the Maricopa County NAACP. ...

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Questions remain after shooting death of Boston Muslim

There are still many questions as to why he was approached in the manner he was, and what exactly transpired resulting in him being shot. ...

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American Taxpayers are paying millions to private prison companies for empty prison beds

American Taxpayers are paying millions to private prison companies for empty prison beds ...

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Ebony Magazine gets a new editor-in-chief

The new editor-in-chief of the Chicago-based magazine is journalist Kierna Mayo. She replaces Mitzi Miller who, some-what unexpectedly, left the position in February after just 10 months. ...

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White Woman snubbed Charleston shooter for a Black man

White woman snubbed Charleston shooter for a Black man ...

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D.C.’s Metropolitan AME Church holds prayer vigil for Charleston Nine

Rev. Tony Lee, senior pastor of Community of Hope AME Church in Temple Hills, Md., said during the prayer vigil. ...

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Charleston church filled with signs of good and evil

Charleston church filled with signs of good and evil ...

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Charleston church massacre suspect caught, but answers elude victims’ loved ones

Police on Thursday nabbed the 21-year-old man suspected of gunning down nine people gathered for Bible study in a Charleston, S.C., church, nearly 14 hours later and 240 miles away after an all-night manhunt. Dylann Roof, of Columbia, was captured without incident just before noon in a traffic stop after a tip led police to Shelby, N.C. He was in the black Hyundai sedan seen fleeing the horrific scene at Em ...

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No greater pain than burying your murdered child

Most women say there is no greater pain than to bear a child. I say there is no greater pain than to bury one. ...

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Special find in South Africa for African-American Museum

It was the find that Lonnie Bunch III and the new National Museum of African American History and Culture had searched for so desperately – the remains of one of the hundreds of ships that were used to transport millions of Africans into slavery in the Western Hemisphere. ...

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