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The Obama Blueprint for Re-Election

With the next election 11 months away, President Obama has begun sharpening his populist message and

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New Hanover County Board of Education is seeking applicants for consideration for appointment to the new D.C. Virgo Urban Prep Charter Academy Board

The New Hanover County Board of Education is seeking applicants for consideration for appointment to the

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Mrs. Wilma Daniels Host 11th Annual William Hooper Apartments Senior Christmas Celebration

This years theme was appropriately deemed “Be Grateful”, and grateful they were. The honoree’s, family, friends supporters

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Heart Failure Before Age 50 Substantially More Common in Blacks

As many as 1 in 100 black men and women develop heart failure before the age

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African Americans & Heart Disease

Greater Diversity News’ Heart Disease Special Publication Click Here to Download Special Edition What is Heart Disease

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Preventing Cardiovascular Disease

In the United States, heart disease is the leading killer among most ethnic groups. Three years

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Combating Chronic Disease: A Problem that Plagues Minority Communities

Health care. It’s a phrase that conjures anxiety, confusion and frustration in our region and across

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Obama: Drug Addiction is a Disease, Not a Crime

The Office of National Drug Control Policy hosted a media briefing on Nov. 20, to highlight

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Black Women Confront HIV Stigma, Health and Funding Disparities

This year the U. S. Conference on AIDS (USCA), the largest HIV/AIDS gathering in the nation,

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POWER RADIO

The National Women’s History Museum recently honored African-American radio maven Cathy Hughes.   The founder and

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Obama Drug Adviser: Reform Justice System to Recognize Drug Addiction as Disease

Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper – President Obama’s top drug policy advisor will hold

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Theories of Black Consumer Power: explains a lot about your buying power

(NNPA) Let’s give a shout out to English mathematician Sir Isaac Newton who, way back in 1687,

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