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Prophetic Genius of Gil Scott Heron

Gil Scott Heron (1949-2011) was more than a legendary entertainer.  He was a social and political

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High Court Orders State Prison Population Slashed: Inland Officials Brace for Inmate Shift to Counties

The California prison system is so overcrowded that its conditions are, “incompatible with the concept of

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Your Take: Threat to Blacks in the Public Sector

Radical conservative politicians want to slash city, county and state jobs — and undercut the economic

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HBCU Civil Rights Lawsuit

“If you create a ballpark in a cornfield, it doesn’t mean the baseball players will come,”

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Flawed Exam Cost Blacks More Than Jobs

Had Arthur Lewis Jr. been hired after taking a 1995 entrance exam to be a Chicago

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Picking Up the Pieces After Disaster

Cities decimated by Mother Nature, largely devoid of businesses and infrastructure. In recent months, Tuscaloosa, Ala.,

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My Restless Journey by Bertha Boykin Todd

Bertha Boykin Todd was born and raised in rural Sampson County in North Carolina. She earned

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President Obama Meets with CBC at White House

President Obama meets with CBC at White House – The Congressional Black Caucus recently held its

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Brother II Brother Saving At Risk Black Males

The statistics are alarming.  One out of every three young Black males in America today is

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Social Networking to Achieve Racial Unity

Cybernetic government creates a non-spatial society where it does not matter what physical area one occupies.

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African Americans and Heart Disease

Title Sponsors: New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) The Office of Minority Health Cardiovascular disease is

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Students Assemble Care Packages for Nurses in Iraq, Afghanistan

In the spirit of National Nurses’ Week, students at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON)

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