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Black-Owned Nursing Academy Offers Nursing Assistant Classes

Nurse T is highly regarded by many as a dependable leader whose efficiency and diligence has led to building successful team morale. She spends her leisure time traveling, mentoring and educating …

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Second Annual National Day of Racial Healing With Concerts, Proclamations and Programs

On Jan. 16, communities across the country celebrated the National Day of Racial Healing (#NDORH) with events and activities as distinct as their participants.

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Words Matter: Standing Up to Bigoted Language

It has become commonplace to witness a public display of bigoted and offensive language. The latest onslaught, made by the President of the United States in a meeting about immigration …

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White Supremacists Praise Trump’s Inflammatory Immigration Remarks

The comments elicited gratified responses from white supremacist “leaders” like Richard Spencer, David Duke and Andrew Anglin, as well as from rank and file racists.

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America’s Mental Health Depends on Public Employees, The KOSE Way

If our families and communities are to thrive, they need an effective system of mental health services. Funding and staffing cutbacks in state systems have jeopardized people affected by mental illnesses.

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Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the HHS Office for Civil Rights

Our Constitution’s First Amendment works in tandem with the rights embedded in our other amendments; it should not be used to undermine those other rights, or the right to medical care.

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Voter Engagement

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Impeachment: It’s political, Treason and Bribery Are Straightforward

But what exactly constitutes a “High Crime” or “Misdemeanor” has always been open to interpretation. Although not the formal reason, scholars argue …

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Thanks to the North Carolina Case, Gerrymandering’s Day of Reckoning Has Come

For the first time, a federal panel of judges ruled that a state’s map of its congressional districts was unconstitutional.

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Blacks and Politics: Either Get Engaged or Get Left Behind

Okay, everyone, if you are reading this, welcome to 2018. You made it, and with that being said, I feel that this is the perfect opportunity for us to be honest about an important truth.

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Economic Equity

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Judge Rules in Favor of Obama Rule That Will Help Low Income Families

This is great news to low-income families because they will have more chances for better housing in a more affluent neighborhood.

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Corporate Counsel Men of Color Launches Inaugural Men of Color Career|Life and Power Networking Conference

From Multiple Industries, Including STEM, Law, Finance, Medical, Real Estate, Law Enforcement, and Government, for Progress in Diversity and Career Development …

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Is Your Dream Really Worth It? Discover Your Passion, Purpose, and Plan

It’s a compelling book of self-realization through an inspired and motivating voice. It’s a work that locates the reader’s true identity …

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Books of Knowledge

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The Rise and Fall of the Associated Negro Press

By Professor Gerald Horne – For nearly fifty years, the Chicago-based Associated Negro Press (ANP) fought racism at home and grew into an international news organization abroad. At its head stood founder Claude Barnett …

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John Hope Bryant – The Memo: Five Rules for Your Economic Liberation

By John Hope Bryant – Rising up from economically disadvantaged circumstances, Bryant teaches readers five rules that lay the foundation for achieving financial freedom.

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The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s

By Kenneth Janken – In February 1971, racial tension surrounding school desegregation in Wilmington, North Carolina, culminated in four days of violence and skirmishes.

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