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Urban League launches new Civil Rights Movement

6,000 people came together for our 2013 National Urban League Conference – “Redeem the Dream: Jobs Rebuild America.” ...

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Something is fundamentally wrong

President Obama spoke to raising the minimum wage; a topic he mentioned in his State of the Union address. ...

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There is a new Sheriff in town at the Securities Exchange Commission

President Obama nominated a tough former prosecutor Mary Jo White to head the Securities Exchange Commission. ...

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Boycott Florida: An idea whose time has come

Boycott Florida: An idea whose time has come ...

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A place hard to teach in but even harder to learn in

All across America, including in the state of Florida and Broward County, schools in poor and predominately Black neighborhoods are funded at a much lower rate ...

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The political landscape reflects the politics of greed

The political landscape reflects the politics of greed ...

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Will President Obama support an African American agenda?

African Americans are the only group in America that is not organized around an ideology and has no unifying plan. ...

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Glimmer of hope

Glimmer of hope ...

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Focus on poverty, not the middle class

Poverty is officially defined as a family of four living off of $23,021 or less a year. Today, a record 46.2 million people –15 percent of the U.S. population – are considered poor ...

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Greed, poverty, crime, profiling and unequal justice

[caption id="attachment_12684" align="alignleft" width="144"] Dr. Phillip Wright, Sr.[/caption] Greed, poverty, crime, profiling and unequal justice By Phillip L. Wright, Ph.D. As a youngster growing up here in Miami, Florida, I have personally experienced or seen much racial discrimination and Profiling causing enormous race disconnect. In 1963, I was profiled and placed in a jail cell for 2 hours, for J-W ...

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