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Standing on the other side of an equal sign

[caption id="attachment_15488" align="alignleft" width="144"] Sherrilyn Ifil[/caption] Standing on the other side of an equal sign By Lee A. Daniels      For decades now, July 4th has always compelled in me to reconsider, and more deeply appreciate, Frederick Douglass’ famous oration of 1852. Of course, that’s the one, given before an audience heavily but not completely comprised of White abolitionists in R ...

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is becoming the new Thurgood Marshall

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is becoming the new Thurgood Marshall ...

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Obama should lead fight to revive Voting Rights Act

President Barack Obama should lead a forceful drive to revive the Voting Rights Act, ...

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Smartphones: The New Necessity

[caption id="attachment_12659" align="alignleft" width="288"] Cheryl Pearson-McNeil[/caption] Smartphones:  The New Necessity By Cheryl McNeil-Pearson Does anyone remember what life was like before cell phones? Almost makes you wonder how in the world we were able to drive to unfamiliar places without our trusty GPS app, play those addictive games, take so many glamorous “selfies” to upload on your favorite ...

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Is Rick Scott worth less since he became Governor?

Governor Scott is a billionaire and billionaires get in to politics to make more money ...

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Community and clergy curb teen violence in Miami Gardens and North Miami Dade County

The rate of violent and serious crimes committed by young people is increasing at an alarming rate in the City of Miami Gardens. ...

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Race and the Supreme Court

universities are free to consider race only after seeking solutions that do not involve race. ...

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On race, Supreme Court is out of touch

The 14th Amendment to the Constitution was passed to provide equal protection of the laws to African Americans emerging from slavery. ...

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Supreme Court blindsides minorities blocking parts of Voter Rights Act

irrefutable facts and it appears that America is turning the corner, and Blacks should be content and satisfied. ...

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A Good week at the Supreme Court

On the line were two key components that brought African Americans into full citizenship: affirmative action and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. ...

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