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The Importance of Healthy Communities for Boys of Color

(NNPA) – A new report was released in June that sheds a sobering light on how

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Celebrating Victory Over Tea-Party Racism, NAACP Prepares for ‘One Nation’ March

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – On the heels of a major win after the NAACP’s call for an

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Six New Orleans Police Officers Arrested, Indicted in Post-Katrina Shootings

(NNPA) – The Justice Department has announced indictments for six New Orleans police officers in connection

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United States vs Arizona: Federal government’s preeminent authority over immigration

(NNPA) – In the works since May, the White House plans to challenge the immigration policy

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Wall Street Bill Passes House, Heads for Senate With Significant Black Inclusion

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Last week, the House of Representatives passed a Wall Street reform bill that

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Historically Black Medical Schools Outperforming Predominately White Counterparts

(NNPA) – As the nation’s healthcare system braces for an influx of newly insured patients, a

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American University Remembers Alumnus Senator Byrd

Robert Byrd, the longest serving member of Congress in history, often credited the law degree he

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New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program Asks Business Owners to Submit New Projects

New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program is looking for small business owners who believe their companies

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Regulators Need More Funding to Enforce Finance Reform

The U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representative are working toward a final version of

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Pioneering Engineering Track of Study to Help Prevent Large-scale Disasters Like Gulf Oil Spill

A newly created and first-of-its-kind graduate-level track of study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham

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America’s Racial Temperature Rising, Experts Say Agitators Must Speak Peace

U. S. Rep. John Lewis was headed for the Capitol to vote on President Obama’s health

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“The Cost of Incarceration”, Part VII: Black Offenders Still Face More Difficulty When Re-entering

When Robert Ervin came home from prison in 2007 he was dependent upon the community to

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