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‘Race to Judgment’ Dedicated to Memory of Brooklyn’s First Black District Attorney

By Frederic Block - In an interview with Above The Law (ATL), a website that provides news and insights about the legal system, Block said that “Race to Judgment” is based in part on Thompson’s life. Block told ATL that when he presented a signed copy of the book Thompson’s widow, Lu-Shawn she told him that the book was a wonderful way of perpetuating Thompson’s legacy. Block said that early in his career, Thompson tried one of his first cases in front of the judge as a federal prosecutor.

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Capital One Bank Hit With Explosive Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
The suit alleges 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
Compassionate residential care to men and women in need of hospice or 24-hour care and the deepest respect and love for life among its caregivers.
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Enrichment Program Boosts STEM for Black Students but Leaves Latinos Behind
Getting more black and Latino students into science, technology, engineering and mathematics usually focus on those students’ college years.
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Black Indie Authors Conference Takes Your Book From the Page to the Stage
Helping black authors make a dent in the book publishing world and have attendees learn new, innovative information that will position them to build a solid platform as an authorpreneur.
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The ‘Freedom Movement’ and ‘The Faith That Strengthens’
The message was extremely relevant for an African American congregation working to keep their traditional values rooted in a gentrifying neighborhood.
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Gonzaga Presidential Speaker Series Welcomes ‘Me Too’ Movement Founder Tarana Burke
This contemporary issue affects all of us. My hope is that this event provides an opportunity to engage with leaders at the forefront of this social justice movement.
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The Living Word
1 Thessalonians 4:16-18 (International Children’s Bible)


16: The Lord himself will come down from heaven. There will be a loud command with the voice of the archangel[a] and with the trumpet call of God. And those who have died and were in Christ will rise first.


17: After that, those who are still alive at that time will be gathered up with them. We will be taken up in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And we will be with the Lord forever.


18: So comfort each other with these words.

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