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Even As Voter Registration Soars, Voter Suppression lives On

     Voter suppression is real, and it’s very likely happening in your state. Your fellow Americans — and maybe you — are being denied the most fundamental right citizens of a democratic republic have: the right to elect those who govern. If that doesn’t have you up in arms, it should. ...

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The Real White Man’s Burden

The Real White Man’s Burden ...

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Politically Correct, or Perfectly Civil

 “…what is wrong with being “politically correct” if it means being perfectly civil, informed, and mindful of others. If African American people say that blackface is offensive, it’s not a big deal, Megyn. It’s offensive. Whet-her you know the history or not, if members of a group say something is wrong, why not accept it?…” ...

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The State of Lending in Communities of Color: Over 53 million consumers unbanked or underbanked, CRA at risk after 41 Years

     New research that measures how well banks serve communities found that America’s access to banking expanded from 2015 to 2017 – except when it comes to more than 53 million Black and Latinix consumers or others with low incomes or less education.  ...

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Andrew Gillum is not corrupt!

     The television campaign advertisement that is currently being run by the Republican Party, basically saying that Mayor Andrew Gillum is corrupt, is demeaning, disturbing, disingenuous, and dishonest. Mr. Gillum is not corrupt. He is competent; he is capable; he is caring; he is confident and he is courageous. Andrew Gillum is not corrupt! ...

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Starz’s “Liberty City Warriors” Documentary

     At first glance, one would think the STARZ 6 part documentary “Liberty City Warriors,” excellently produced by LeBron James among others, is about little league football.  And it is but only ostensibly.  Because clearly in Liberty City, football is more than just a game. ...

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“Stay in the line”    

“Stay in the line"     ...

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The ballot or the booty

The ballot or the booty ...

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Why are Times Getting Better – Thank God!

US Steel just announced that it is putting an investment of over $750 million to refurbish previously “mothballed” facilities. In fact, steel plants all over the nation are being refurbished and that is a sure sign of increased manufacturing for our nation equating to exponential increase in high paying jobs. ...

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Senators Urge Trump Administration to Halt Deportation of Mauritanians

Between 1989 and 1991, tensions between Arab-Berbers and black ethnic groups in Mauritania resulted in the government-led displacement, expulsion, and denationalization of over 70,000 black Mauritanians. According to Human Rights Watch, these injustices were also accompanied by a litany of other abuses, including extrajudicial executions, arbitrary arrests, torture, rape, property theft, and destruction of ...

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