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Dr. Tommy Whittler: How marketing and media can save Black boys from Genocide

Young, innocent children are being shot during daylight and early evening hours in random acts. ...

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At Morehouse Graduation, Obama Blames Kenyan Deadbeat Dad, But What About His White Deadbeat Mom?

No matter the circumstance, or how unrelated the topic, Obama reverts back to the theme of Black male abandonment ...

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Strolling down the beauty aisles

Nielsen’s latest insights highlight hair and skin beauty purchases and behavior, by the numbers among African-Americans ...

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Was Governor Scott’s trip to Chile a trade mission or vacation?

Governor Scott has gone on eight trade missions for the state of Florida and there is no empirical evidence that the trip has improved our state’s economy ...

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Obama must see Africa in a new light

President Obama and the first lady travel to Africa at the end of this month, they will receive a rapturous greeting. ...

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Zero tolerance discipline policies: A failing idea

Zero tolerance discipline policies: A failing idea ...

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1963: The Civil Rights Movement’s Watershed Year

Fifty years ago this month, two of the chief characteristics of the modern Civil Rights Movement were dramatically, tragically illuminated in Jackson, Miss. by an assassin’s bullet. ...

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The Jury is out on Obama’s fight to confirm judges

President Obama’s decision to fill three vacancies on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, a frequent stepping stone to the Supreme Court ...

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