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Walking in Mandela’s footsteps

[caption id="attachment_12489" align="alignleft" width="144"] George E. Curry[/caption] Walking in Mandela’s footsteps By George E. Curry,  NNPA Editor-in-Chief      PRETORIA, South Africa – It’s not easy walking in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela, the nation’s first democratically elected president. No one knows that better than the two men who succeeded him as president of South Africa. A larger-than-life ...

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Pope wants end to economic inequality

[caption id="attachment_12493" align="alignleft" width="144"] Marc H. Morial[/caption] To Be Equal Pope wants end to economic inequality By Marc H. Morial  NNPA Columnist     “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity; it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is manmade and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a gene ...

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LGBT

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The holiday spirit exposes the politics of political profit

The holiday spirit exposes the politics of political profit ...

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A legacy transcends the politics of political perceptions

A legacy transcends the politics of political perceptions ...

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Racism, education and economics

Racism, education and economics ...

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Is President Obama taking away our freedoms?

Is President Obama taking away our freedoms? ...

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Black girls disproportionately confined, struggle for dignity in juvenile court schools

Black girls disproportionately confined, struggle for dignity in juvenile court schools ...

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The ‘Indispensable’ Nelson Mandela

The ‘Indispensable’ Nelson Mandela ...

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The Obama – Castro handshake

On December 10, however, at the beginning of the memorial service for Nelson “Madiba” Mandela in the heart of Soweto, South Africa, the handshake between President Barack Obama and President Raul Castro Ruz of Cuba was viewed differently ...

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