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Capital One Bank Hit With Explosive Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

Capital One minority customers allege the employee repeatedly complained to the bank that Capital One was breaking the law by discriminating against minority communities.

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Jennifer Holliday and Frenchie Davis Headline Gala to Raise Money for Underprivileged

Maitri provides compassionate residential care to men and women in need of hospice or 24-hour care and cultivates the deepest respect and love for life among its residents and caregivers.

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Assault and Incarceration of an Innocent Black Man at the Hands of the NYPD and U.S. Marshals

Oswald’s assault and incarceration stand as a typical example of corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement in the US, particularly targeting people of color.

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Poetry Contest for National Poetry Month and NubianPoets.com

Anyone can enter the contest by submitting an original (non-published) poem 30 lines or fewer with a maximum of 60 characters per line, in any style. “Black Love” is the contest theme.

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Ruby Ridge – 25 Years Since the Siege That Fired up the Radical Right

The standoff at Ruby Ridge claimed the lives of a federal agent, a 14-year-old boy, and a mother with a baby in her arms, though the man at the centre of the siege, Randy Weaver, never fired a shot in retaliation.

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How The “I Approve” Tagline Boosts Nasty Political Negative Ads

A campaign reform aimed at deflating negative campaign ads has had the opposite effect. Their paper, “How Encouraging Niceness Can Incentivize Nastiness: An Unintended Consequence of Advertising Reform” …

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Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” Stars and Creators Comment On Its Debut

I couldn’t describe that feeling before actually sitting down and watching that film and seeing yourself on screen, not just me personally, but people that look like me in power …

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African-American Male Engagement To Keep at Risk Black Men Out of Prison

Program will focus on building a support network for young Black men, who mostly do not have families to turn to or to guide them to stay out of trouble. Andrey Buley, the former safety director will be the one to lead the office.

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Black Historian Slams NBC’s Today Show for Fake Statue of Queen Nefertiti

Amid orchestrated fanfare, a reconstructed bust of the famous queen’s skull, designed by sculptress Elisabeth Daynes, was unveiled on the show. The queen is depicted as white!

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NRA Funding & Loopholes for Getting Guns, N.C. Republican Senators Rank 2nd

N.C.’s  two senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, both Republicans, are two of the top four recipients of NRA funding —  each having received $6,986,620 and $4,418,012

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The Power of Exclusion: Dismantling the “Good Ol’ Boys” Network

The historical exclusion of people of color has always been implemented and enforced by the so called “Good Ol’Boys networks.” These networks have controlled private and public economic participation.

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February 26 – North Carolina NAACP Challenges Legislative Building Rules in Court

Judge Carl Fox to hear arguments on whether the NC Legislature violated the Separation of Powers Act, resulting in numerous Moral Monday protestors being charged with violating building rules and second degree trespass.

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