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Protecting the most vulnerable from genocide

Protecting the most vulnerable from genocide ...

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Rev. Barbara Skinner and Intergenerational Leadership

After the midterm elections, the Congressional Black Caucus has emerged as a powerful bloc among Democrats, with a massive 53 members, nearly a quarter of the 235 Democrats who will be seated in Congress in January. The group’s power is weakened, however, when there are intergenerational conflicts and fissures among the membership ...

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The Congressional Black Caucus needs to get to work on the Western Sahara

  “… the conflict in the Western Sahara is an inner-African struggle… it represents a struggle over the future of Africa not only because it may explode once again but be-cause it calls into question the terms under which peace and justice can truly emerge on a continent divided as it has been by boundaries originally established by European colonial powers.” ...

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ACLU, ACLU of Florida, NAACP-LDF File Complaint Against Discriminatory Hair Policies in Florida Schools

The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Florida, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) recently filed an administrative complaint with the Florida Department of Education on behalf of the family of Clinton (C.J.) Stanley, Jr., a six-year-old African American boy who was enrolled at A Book’s Christian Academy in Apopka, Florida. A Book’s denied C.J. entry to his first day of sc ...

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“Art Blues Soul & BBQ Festival” at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center was a sensational celebration of Black Miami during Art Basel

The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center (AHCAC) presented its second annual Art Blues Soul & BBQ Festival on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, 1 to 6 p.m. on the grounds of the AHCAC, 6161 N.W. 22  Avenue, Miami, at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,  Boulevard and Moonlight Way. More than 725 attendees from Miami to Switzerland participated in the Festival throughout the day. ...

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Artblend Gallery at Spectrum Miami Art Fair – Miami Art Week 2018

Artblend Gallery of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. will be the predominant exhibitor at this year’s Spectrum Miami Art Fair. ...

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Centennial Celebration

     Sister Johnnie Daniels is Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s second oldest member as she turns 100 on Dec. 16, 2018. ...

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Dolphins Still in Hunt for Playoff Spot

On Sunday the Dolphins pulled out a big win against the rival Bills to bring their record to 6-6. With that 6-6 record the Dolphins are still alive and in the hunt for the wild card spot in the playoffs ...

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Is the Migrant Caravan Real or A Fabricated Masquerade?

Is the Migrant Caravan Real or A Fabricated Masquerade? ...

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In Memoriam: Black Business Advocate Aubry L. Stone Remembered

 Stone and five others created the California Black Chamber of Commerce in 1995 with the mission of providing programs and services to strengthen Black ownership and business opportunities throughout the state. ...

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