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The massive human and moral cost of gun violence

The heartrending massacre of 20, six- and seven-year-old children and six educators in Newtown, Conn. has galvanized public attention once again after a mass shooting. But the killing of children by gun violence is not new ...

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NRA maintains stranglehold on Congress

(NRA) expressed confidence that new gun legislation will stall in Congress. ...

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NC NAACP Statement on Pardon of Wilmington Ten

Today the spirit of justice was awakened in the capitol of North Carolina. Governor Beverly Perdue signed a Pardon of Innocence for nine men and one woman known as ‘The Wilmington 10. ...

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Vantage Point

State of Emergency in Black America: Time to Heal Black Families and Communities. ...

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Saying you’re Black doesn’t make it so!

In a post last year about white folk who claim to be Blacker than Black folk, I mentioned that disgraced ...

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Analogies so often escape the politics of realities

Consequently, with each new beginning comes a reflection on the old, along with resolutions for the new. Just happens that way. ...

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What has caused Americas’ gun murder epidemic?

The Second Amendment may need clearer comprehension, and our lawmakers should find positive input with solutions for the gun murder epidemic ...

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Don’t deflect the blame, stand up to evil

Yet that is the nature of evil. Evil comes when you least expect it. Evil takes. ...

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Christmas reflects the spirit of sharing and giving

Aside from the commercial aspect of Christmas, consider the value of family. Yes, it is written that “charity begins at home” and a wealth of charity beyond the material concept can be seen in the virtues of value in family. ...

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