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Honoring Dr. King by Fighting for Jobs

“This really means making the movement powerful enough, dramatic enough, morally appealing enough, so that people

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Most Black Americans Sitting Out ‘Occupy’

When Ray Leeds saw a crowd gathering in front of the California Museum of Photography, in

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Trying Juveniles as Adults: Doesn’t Reduce Juvenile Crime

NNPA — Only eight states publicly report the race and ethnicity of juveniles transferred to adult

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Widespread ‘Skills Gap’ Leaves Jobs on the Table

As President Obama turns up the heat on Congress to pass his $447 billion dollar job

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President Obama Visits the Triad Job Creation Plan Discussed

On a bus tour covering parts of North Carolina and Virginia, President Barack Obama paid a

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One in Three

The first Friday of the month is a day when economists like me are riveted to

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HistoryMakers Make Lasting Impression in Schools Across the Nation

CHICAGO – More than 500 African-American living legends nationwide participated in the 2nd Annual Back to School

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The Disparity in Teacher Pay: A Civil Rights Issue

New federal research shows that African American and Hispanic students are being shortchanged, literally, when it

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Harry E. Johnson, Sr.: From CBC to MLK

On October 16, many will gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to honor the

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Are Blacks Seen as Brainwashed? History points to reasons why ethnic group is loyal to liberal candidates

In 1932 there was a sharp realignment in the way people voted in this country, when

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Tea Partiers to Counter Wall Street Protesters

A coalition of local Tea Party groups – under the umbrella of the Independence Tea Party

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