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The delusional Tea Party Republicans

The delusional Tea Party Republicans ...

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Are upcoming rappers getting a fair break?

[caption id="attachment_13908" align="alignleft" width="144"] Jineea Butler[/caption] Hip Hop Connectin Are upcoming rappers getting a fair break? By Jineea Butler What validates you? Is it someone, or something, an action or a specific process of thought? The late Steve Jobs said, “You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.  This approach has never let me down, and it has ma ...

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Governor Scott out of touch with African American issues in Florida

[caption id="attachment_12679" align="alignleft" width="144"] Roger Caldwell[/caption] Governor Scott out of touch with African American issues in Florida By Roger Caldwell In Florida there are the traditional Black organizations, a large number of Black university presidents/professors, and more African Americans in politics and positions of authority than ever before. There are also many Black CEO’s of ma ...

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The Federal shutdown is very personal

In shutting down the government they have rendered another million people unemployed, thereby setting in motion economic dominoes that may wreck entire communities. ...

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Some homosexuals confuse a crime with a ‘right’

What an appropriate statement to describe the continued denigration of the moral fabric of American society. ...

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Is FDOT the MBE’s Economic Enemy?

Today, many of Florida’s minority owned business owners are up in arms about the way FDOT is using “government magic” to keep qualified Black and other minority businesses from participating in purchasing contracts at the huge state agency with a budget of more than $9 billion. ...

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And the beat of the drum continues

Last week the world said a heartfelt farewell to a Civil Rights icon. Mrs. Evelyn Lowey was the devoted and loving wife of the Rev. Joseph Lowery. ...

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An American promise shines at the 2013 New York Film Festival

American Promise is the modern-day bookend to a movie like 12..., as it focuses on how the African American middle class makes tough decisions about education. Other NYFF films brought attention to topical matters or entertained audiences. ...

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Justice Department will sue N.C. over new voting laws

Attorney General Eric Holder announced plans to sue North Carolina over restrictive, new voting laws that critics say will suppress the minority vote. ...

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