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Wheelchair-Bound Defendant DIES After ‘TYRANNICAL’ Judge Ignores Request For BREATHING TREATMENT!

A South Florida judge resigned on Friday after being recorded berating a woman in a wheelchair who was having trouble breathing due to multiple medical conditions, and died just three days later. Broward County Circuit Court Judge Merrilee Ehrlich gave defendant Sandra Faye Twiggs, 59, who was in her court facing misdemeanor charges following a family dispute, a verbal beat-down in a video dated April 15. E ...

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ESSA demands full transparency on K-12 educational funding

     Public school systems throughout the nation will now be required to be a lot more transparent when it comes to school funding. ...

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NAACP joins in Connecting Civil Rights legacies of the past and present with ‘I AM’ Campaign, while saluting Memphis Sanitation Workers on MLK 50th Anniversary

Last week marked the solemn 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination in 1968, as well as the historic Memphis Sanitation Worker’s Strike. Beginning April 2nd through 4th, these groups and more all came together to successfully participate in the I AM 2018, a campaign and series of activities conceived not just to commemorate watershed events, but also to connect the legacies of King, and the strikers an ...

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     The campaign will focus on an aggressive voter registration drive, community-level education on important issues, and a mobilization effort—all designed to reach young, Black eligible voters. ...

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NNPA Chairman Celebrates 50 years as Crusader Publisher

     Fifty years later, after rising above a male-dominated industry and surviving decades of challenges in a declining print industry, 2018 marks Leavell’s 50th year as publisher of the Chicago and Gary Crusader newspapers—two historic, family-owned Black publications. ...

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API launches new jobs website focused on the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

 —The American Petroleum Institute launched, to provide a platform where users can apply for jobs and learn more about the oil and natural gas industry. ...

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Young Black Professionals, HBCU Students join movement for homeownership, financial education

Young Black Professionals, HBCU Students join movement for homeownership, financial education ...

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NAACP Statement on Starbucks and Growing Climate of Racism and Intolerance

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the nation’s premier civil rights organization, issued the following statement following the disgraceful arrest of two African American men in a Philadelphia Starbucks ...

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