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Is the Migrant Caravan Real or A Fabricated Masquerade?

These caravans were started 15 years ago, and in 2018 the situation has reached human rights conditions, because with the election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez in Honduras, there is a military enforced curfew….

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UNS Story “From Mauritania to Qatar: Slavery An Old Evil Takes Many Forms”

Such workers often work and live in isolated conditions on elite Qatar compounds. Despite a recent labor reform domestic staff who fear abuse must still get the permission of their employers to leave the country.

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Democrats 2020 – Not the Person, but the Program

Too many cities and states are willing to offer exorbitant tax breaks to attract a few jobs. Meanwhile, our infrastructure is crumbling, our environment is decomposing, and civility is a thing of the past.

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Don’t Let Small Dollar Loans Ruin Your Holidays

If holiday lists seem bigger than budgets, turning to a high-interest, “small dollar” loan can turn joy and merriment into a financial quagmire. Predatory lenders do not need to be a part of your celebrations.

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NHRMC and Brigade Boys & Girls Club Partner for Community Event

New Hanover Regional Medical Center and the Brigade Boys & Girls Club are teaming up to host a Community Christmas Bash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15.

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“The Status of Black Women in the United States” from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Black women consistently work for a better country, but our country is not working for them. By placing Black women’s experiences and interests in the forefront of policy…

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Indictments and Trials Finally Come in Police Shootings of Blacks, Minorities

Recent indictments and convictions suggest a swinging pendulum, and at least some cracks in the “Blue Wall” that all too often conspires to hide details and protect officers…

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The Growing and Disproportionate Imprisonment of Black Women

While Black women overall are twice as likely to be imprisoned as their white counterparts, Black women ages 18 to 19 are three times more likely to be imprisoned…

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Tennessee Tribune Publishers Recognized Among 10 Most Powerful African Americans

Rosetta Miller Perry said it’s vitally important that people recognize the significance of the Black Press and understand the role Black women have long played in its creation…

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Michael Bloomberg Donates $1.8 Billion to Johns Hopkins University

Lack of funding could prevent well-qualified students from accessing opportunities. College cost and affordability are problems that will  impact on the entire nation.

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The Waiting Room – Are You Tired of Waiting?

What does it take to survive and thrive in the waiting process so that you can step into the next season of your future?
By Xylia Sparks-Davis

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NHRMC Recognized by Healthgrades for Stroke Care

Patient experience surveys offer important insights about hospitals and their commitment to providing patients with outstanding experience, and furthermore, consumers value…

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