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President Obama visits controversial slave site in Senegal

While visiting a disputed slave site in Senegal, President Obama observed that many of the countries in Africa have made much more progress than they’re credited for achieving. ...

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Obama visits with the family of Nelson Mandela

The president met with Mandela’s family in private on Saturday and even referred to him as “Madiba,” his tribal name, during a public statement. ...

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Seventeen-year-old stabbed to death during family cookout after dispute over chicken

Hart’s family says he was stabbed in the neck after getting into a disagreement over a piece of chicken. ...

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Seriously? NYC mayor says stop and frisk discriminates against White people

New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has stated that he believes that the controversial “stop and frisk” policy of the New York Police Department discriminates against white people ...

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HBCUs are still highly valued institutions

HBCUs are still highly valued institutions ...

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Never too late: CA man overcomes homelessness and poverty, becomes college graduate

A Black man who grew up as a foster child on the mean streets of Oakland, California recently achieved an academic milestone few people accomplish who share similar circumstances of his adverse background. ...

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Taiwan Academy expands US network

Thurgood Marshall College Fund to establish cooperative contact points with the Taiwan Academy, adding 47 U.S. universities to its global network. ...

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100 Black Men of America helps the U.S. Army establish new partnerships – furthering America’s youth and veterans’ career options

U.S. Army was eager to support the mission of the “100” — mentoring African-American youth – by sharing information on Army educational and career options for civilians, veterans and active duty Soldiers. ...

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Outrage: Detroit school district throws out valuable Black History Books, artifacts

Highland Park High School, Donald Weatherspoon, has admitted that workers inadvertently threw scores of material, including Black History books and films, into dumpsters ...

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