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Black Activist Says He Took Over Neo-Nazi Group to Kill It

A Black activist said he has taken the helm of what has been billed as one of the nation’s largest neo-Nazi groups to put it out of business. Corporate records show James Stern….

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Black College Strips Building of Segregationist’s Name

The News & Observer reported Wednesday’s vote trades Gov. Clyde Hoey’s name for that of the historically black university’s founder, James E. Shepard. A statue of Shepard already stands…

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Holding Credit Bureaus Accountable and Repairing a Broken System

To make matters worse, all three of the major consumer credit reporting bureaus have used this breach of consumer data and consumer trust to sell products they are marketing as identity theft protection.

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NAACP – Wall Street to Highlight Launch of New Minority Impact ETF

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) joined Impact Shares at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

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The Tax Surprise – Minimal Refund, No Refund

When it comes to taxes, much of the public hears what it wants to hear. If someone says that there will be a cut and they can provide minimal evidence to that effect, such an argument can be a winner.

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How to Reduce Your Risks of Dementia

Many people do not want to think about dementia, especially if their lives have not yet been touched by it. But a total of 9.9 million people worldwide are diagnosed with dementia each year. That is one person every 3.2 seconds.

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In Peak Flu Season, UC Riverside’s Dr. Cedric Rutland, M.D. Highlights its Impact on The Black Community  

As flu season peaks, UC Riverside’s Dr. Cedric Rutland provides important information regarding the Black community and flu vaccinations.

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Commentary:  Changing the Rigged Game That Perpetuates Inequality

It’s not enough to know that there is a great deal of inequality in the United States and around the world. We need to know not only how much, but also how.

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Dr. Sheila Brooks, Author and Emmy Winner, Nominated for NAACP Image Award

Dr. Sheila Brooks, the founder, president and CEO of SRB Communications, a full service Washington, D.C.-based advertising and marketing agency…

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Petition Seeks to End Practice of Charge Stacking

Turning one crime into many is easily done, and with this in mind a prosecutor can easily circumvent laws of double jeopardy in order to lump, for example, drug offenses with conspiracy…

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At Least 4,500 Abuse Complaints at Migrant Children Shelters

Accusations of sexual abuse and harassment of migrants in government shelters were made over the past four years, directed against adult staff members, according to US federal data.

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Get Engaged, Not Enraged: 30 Ways to Take Ownership of Your Community’s Future

When things aren’t going well in our community, our first impulse has traditionally been to get upset. Our second impulse has been to look for someone to blame. Typically, we may point the finger at government…

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