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Yvette ask writers Charing Ball and Darryl Cox: Do Black see ex-LAPD cop turned killer as Django?

The African-American community seems to have mixed feelings about the Ex-LAPD cop turned killer Chris Dorner ...

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How Corporations make money from prison labor: They’re happy to have more inmates

If asked, representatives for these prisons say that no one profits from the inmates, that the prison labor is to sustain and maintain the prison itself and that it is government funded. ...

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High-achieving first-year students honored at Tuskegee University

More than 200 students from the Class of 2016 at Tuskegee University were recognized for their academic successes ...

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Tuskegee student to study at Ralph Bunche center at UCLA

The Bunche Center is the result of the struggle by Black students at UCLA to have their history and culture recognized and studied ...

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First Black nurse in Army Nurse Corps honored, anniversary celebrated

[caption id="attachment_9075" align="alignleft" width="288"] U.S. Army Nurses Corps[/caption] First Black nurse in Army Nurse Corps honored, anniversary celebrated A cake was cut at Tuskegee University in honor of the U.S. Army Nurses Corps’ 112th birthday. Submitted by Tuskegee University     TUSKEGEE, AL – Army ROTC and the College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health helped to celebrate the ...

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Tuskegee’s Army ROTC passes on leadership and traditions

Army ROTC commander, Lt. Col. Robbie J. Cross, said the program periodically rotates command so the students can have leadership opportunities before entering service in the United States Army ...

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) to give away 43 scholarships at $2,500 each

The 2013 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation General Mills Health Scholarship Program will provide scholarships for students ...

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An update on the economic well-being of the Black community

The Black community continues to regain the economic ground it lost during the Great Recession and its aftermath ...

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Police Shoot 71-Year Old Woman, Mistaking Her Truck for Alleged Cop Killer During Manhunt

Two women were shot in questionable circumstances after the truck they were driving appeared to be similar to the vehicle driven by a former police officer who is now on the run.  One of the women was shot in the hand and the other was shot in the back.   The pickup truck they were driving was riddled with bullets as police officers thought the car was being driven by Christopher Dorner, a former LAPD offic ...

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Thursday, Feb. 7, will be observed as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. And according to activists, there is plenty that African-Americans need to observe. ...

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