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Hundreds of Philly students walk out of Class to protest budget cuts

Students from Benjamin Franklin High School, the Franklin Learning Center and Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts walked out of class at approximately 1:30 p.m. and began protesting major cuts to education spending ...

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Former cop builds amazing robot using simple household products

Hygood is getting national media attention for being able to take regular household products and build amazing robots with them. His latest project, Hex, is a humanoid robot that is leaving observers stunned. ...

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Warn your kids: Texting while driving now the leading cause of death for teenagers

Apparently the leading cause of accidents among teenage drivers is that they text while driving ...

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HS students suspended for holding a ‘piercing party’ in the locker room

[caption id="attachment_12911" align="alignleft" width="324"] HS student suspended for having a Piercing party[/caption] HS students suspended  for holding a 'piercing party' in the locker room By Your Black World     The words “what the h-ll is wrong with teens today?” might be a good fit for the story you’re about to read right here.   Four students in Atlanta were suspended for holding a piercing party i ...

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Sony BMG settles major legal battle with Black law firm for the rights of artists

Sony BMG Music Entertainment has settled a lawsuit filed by leading industry entertainment Attorney ...

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Your Black History: 14-year-old George Stinney, the youngest person ever to be executed on death row

He was the youngest person in American history to be put on death row and executed. The case began on March 23, ...

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African American’s own less than 1 percent of farms today

Today, African Americans own less than 1 percent of farms in the U.S.; and in 1910, nearly one million African-American farmers owned 15 million acres of land. By 1969 that number decreased to 6 million acres of land. ...

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Jesse Jackson’s ties to Africa pay off

[caption id="attachment_12654" align="alignleft" width="288"] The Jackson family meet with South Africa President Jacob Zuma[/caption] Jesse Jackson’s ties to Africa pay off Santita, daughter of  Jessie Jackson, Sr., wife, Jacqueline; meet with South Africa President Jacob Zuma.                                                      (Photos by George E. Curry/NNPA) By George E. Curry      PRETORIA, South Afri ...

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Race activists claim past to improve the future

Will Keith Kellogg, crafted the America Healing Initiative to partner with community organizations working to address racial disparities in education, health, criminal justice, the economy and the media. ...

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Cross words between pastor, Morehouse president

policies specifically designed to help America’s poor is turning out to be a war of words between the pastor of Bright Hope Baptist Church and the president of Morehouse College ...

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