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A more valuable type of protest

hundreds of Black people gathered in the front of the Florida Governor’s Mansion to protest the outcome ...

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Looking beyond George Zimmerman

This scourge of gun violence is a plague on our nation, but especially on the African-American community. ...

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An economic divide is growing in our cities

What is the plan for our nation’s cities? ...

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The state of Black men

Today, we simply want to provide an overview and begin to point to some answers ...

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Signs of the time

not to just America’s enemies but to the entire world ...

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Justice demands objective equality beyond political consideration

[caption id="attachment_12500" align="alignleft" width="144"] Derek Joy[/caption] Justice demands objective equality beyond political consideration By Derek Joy      Get on this. . . Summer is rolling right along. Brought two U. S. Supreme Court decisions that hold particular interest to people of color. There was the decision on the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Weakened it to the point that the 15 states - F ...

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President and his family visits three African countries

[caption id="attachment_12679" align="alignleft" width="144"] Roger Caldwell[/caption] President and his family visits three African countries By Roger Caldwell In four years the president was only able to go to Ghana, for a short visit. Africa is an emerging continent that China is pouring billions of dollars into development, and has replaced the United States as its largest trading partner. More that 60 ...

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White Zimmerman and Black Zimmermans

George Zimmerman trial in Central Florida ...

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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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