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Affirmative Action polls show deep racial gulf

Affirmative Action polls show deep racial gulf ...

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Shopping ‘til we drop

Nielsen’s new in-depth report, Brick by Brick: the State of the Shopping Center, ...

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What it means to be an American

One of the major issues confronting the U.S. is what it means to be an American ...

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You can ‘Sag’ Butt it will cost you

They are wearing pants so low that they are obstructing the way they walk and exposing where the sun doesn’t shine ...

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A Housing ‘Black Tax’

If home ownership is, overwhelmingly, the foundation of individuals’ and families’ economic security in America, Black Americans face a profoundly difficult predicament. ...

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An Open Letter to the Chair of the CBC

Construction unions have consistently discriminated against Black workers and contractors. ...

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Black music often reveals the politics of political chicanery

[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] Black music often reveals the politics of political chicanery By Derek Joy What’s Going On? That was the musical question asked by the late Marvin Gaye in his 1970 revolutionary recording with that title. It was a mega hit. Changed the re-cording industry. Impacted the movie industry by influencing a more creative use of movie ...

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Where does President Obama stand on Affirmative Action?

Where does President Obama stand on Affirmative Action? ...

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‘Moral Mondays’: A model grassroots movement

A model grassroots movement ...

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