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Actor Robert Brown files class action lawsuit against Macy’s

Robert Brown, star of the television drama, “Treme,” has decided to file a lawsuit against the Macy’s in New York City for allegedly profiling the actor based upon his race, as reported by TMZ. ...

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Having access to excellent teachers is civil right

A new study suggests that access to “excellent teachers” should be a civil right and that students should be able to “take legal action” to get better results. ...

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Blacks continue fight to secure voting rights

When lawmakers ratified the 15th Amendment in 1870, protecting voting rights for Blacks, ...

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Man sought out male rape victims in local bars

Man sought out male rape victims in local bars ...

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State Cop Shoots At Van Full Of Children During Traffic Stop [VIDEO]

What began as a traffic stop turned into a wild police chase that led to a New Mexico State police officer shooting at a van full of children before ultimately arresting their mother. Oriana Farrell and her five young children were traveling on a highway south of Taos, New Mexico on Oct. 28 when a state officer pulled her over for going 71 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. What happened next will shock you. Read ...

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A warrior on and off the court has passed

A warrior on and off the court has passed ...

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Dumping ‘at risk’ and other negative labels

Although most of today’s headlines focus on Black educational failures, there are many positive achievements by Black students that often go overlooked, according to a new study. ...

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Many poor Blacks in the south will remain uninsured

Many poor Blacks in the south will remain uninsured By Freddie Allen      WASHINGNTON, DC (NNPA) – Even if healthcare.gov, the web portal for federal health insurance exchange, worked perfectly, more than five million poor, uninsured adults, many of them Black, will continue to go without coverage, because they live in states that didn’t expand Medicaid, according to a recent brief by the Kaiser Family Foun ...

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Pipe Springs National Monument shows exemplary collaboration with Kaibab Paiute Tribe

Pipe Springs National Monument shows exemplary collaboration with Kaibab Paiute Tribe ...

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Racism costs the U.S. billions every year ...

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