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Swimming Upstream, Not Waiting for Superman

America is beholden to grass roots pioneers whose activism, organizing, and ministry have raised the bar

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Commentary: Mainstream Media and Politicians Dare Not Challenge Conservative Talk Radio and TV

I truly appreciate your Sept. 2 – 8 political cartoon depicting hate-mongering Glenn Beck’s absurd attempt

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The NAACPs Appalling Attack and Retraction on Shirley Sherrod

After hearing Minister Louis Farrakhan roundly denounced by black and Jewish leaders in 1984, purportedly for

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LeGone – to Miami

If there were any doubts about whether LeBron James should have migrated from the cold winters

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High Court Nominee’s Hearing Underway

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan lauded the teaching experience of her mother as the Senate

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Arizona Immigration Law No Different than Repatriation of the ’30s

While politicians, law enforcement officials and citizens of every background stand divided over a recent Arizona

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Our Jobless Recovery

Our economy generated about 431,000 jobs last month.  Good news?  Only if you don’t count the

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The Power and Force of Black Music Month

Music has been an important piece of my life.  As a political activist I have used

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Civic Education Leads to Political Empowerment

Once upon a time in the United States of America school districts mandated that students be

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Cyber Education: Achieving Obama’s Vision

President Barack Obama has said that America faces “few more urgent challenges than preparing our children

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Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News—April/May 2010

Promoting Collaborative Healthcare through Simulation-Nursing & medical  students most often learn separately. When they graduate, they

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Bill Gates Talks Makin’ the World a Healthier Place

Entrepreneur-turned-philanthropist Bill Gates received the Bower Award for Business Leadership on Thursday from the Franklin Institute.

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