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Maxine Waters says Obama has a scary database with everything on everyone

“The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life,” said Representative Waters ...

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The struggle continues 59 years after Brown v. Board of Education

The persistence of these issues nearly sixty years later reminds us of the work left to be done. And it points to the need for America to do more –not less—to promote equity, inclusion and opportunity. ...

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Awesome: Father and son graduate Morehouse together

They are going to graduate from Morehouse College together ...

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Black man to lose scholarship for refusing racist assignment

Nally denied him the opportunity and told him if he didn’t turn in all of his completed work by Friday, May 17, 2013 he’d receive a failing grade ...

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Meet the first African American two-star General in the U.S. Army Medical Command

United States Army Medical Command. Gen. West will be promoted to Major General, making her the first African-American two-star general in the United States Army Medical Command. ...

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The other bell curve: Poor Blacks and immigrantsoutperform whites in school

The conservative Heritage Foundation is in hot water for hiring a hack who believes that immigrants can never fit into American society because of their deficient brains. ...

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IRS Office that targeted Tea Party also disclosed confidential docs from conservative groups

On Nov. 15, 2012, ProPublica requested the applications of 67 nonprofits, all of which had spent money on the 2012 elections ...

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The National Urban League announces launch of a new small business lending arm

“The creation of the Urban Empowerment Fund is historic for the National Urban League as it allows us to deepen our community impact by directly supporting small businesses – ...

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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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