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Three weeks after judge’s deadline, 565 migrant children are still separated from families

In court filings, lawyers reported that 565 children, including 24 who are younger than five, remain in government-contracted shelters, separated from their parents. To put this in perspective, that’s only 7 less than the number reported two weeks ago. ...

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South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn says that Democrats that wants to win in November must advertise in the Black Press

South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn says that Democrats that wants to win in November must advertise in the Black Press ...

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Four years after Michael Brown’s killing by Ferguson police officer, white prosecutor loses Democratic election to Black prosecutor Wesley Bell

Wesley Bell’s stunning defeat of seven-term St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch in Tuesday’s Democratic contest all but assures Bell of victory in November. The Republicans have not put up a candidate. ...

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13-year-old Black girl needed a heart transplant after being brutally attacked by a white man

Dorika Uwimana has been in the hospital for the past 4 months due to severe injuries after being brutally assaulted by Terry Wayne King II, a white man, while she was on her way to school. Her injuries were so bad that she needed a heart transplant, and it wasn’t until last week that she finally received a new heart. ...

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Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin Dies at 76

       Aretha Franklin, arguably the greatest voice in music history, has died. ...

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98-year-old man walks six miles to visit paralyzed wife in the hospital

     Luther Younger, a 98-year-old Korean War veteran, walks about six miles each way, rain or shine, to visit his paralyzed wife in the hospital, according to Spectrum News Rochester. ...

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Children on the Front Lines

Children on the Front Lines ...

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The nation’s leading civil rights organization is calling for an investigation into recently revealed allegations of federal air-marshals targeting African American passengers. ...

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Milwaukee man featured in documentary released after 22 years in prison following yearlong campaign by Odyssey Impact to boost awareness on mass incarceration

Baron Walker, featured in the award-winning documentary MILWAUKEE 53206, has received parole and was released today in Milwaukee, after serving more than 22 years in a Wisconsin prison, Odyssey Impact ...

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