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The Voting Rights of Blacks Are Being Targeted and Threatened Every Day
 

“I Will Vote!” That is such an empowering statement, when you think about it, especially considering how important voting is for Black people at this critical time in this country. The voting rights of Blacks are being targeted and threatened every day and those threats have become extremely rampant over the course of the last several months leading up to these important midterm elections in a few weeks. Early voting has begun in several states and the shenanigans have also increased. There have been a number of reports coming out across the country about voter disenfranchisement and voter suppression tactics that are negatively impacting African Americans, and it is startling.

 

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‘Souls to the Polls’ North Carolina Churches Get Black Voters to the Polls in Record Numbers
 

This weekend, voting rights advocates celebrated their success in overturning a North Carolina state law that an appeals court ruled targeted African-American voters with almost “surgical precision”.

 
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Explosive Devices Sent to Obama, Clinton, Waters, CNN and Top Dems That Oppose Trump
 
“This clearly is an act of terror attempting to undermine our free press and leaders of this country through acts of violence,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said at an afternoon news conference.
 
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Mother of Philando Castile Brings a Hopeful Message to D.C. Students
 
Castile’s firstborn son Philando worked in the Minnesota school system as a cook until he was killed by police during a traffic stop on July 6, 2016. The incident was highly controversial as the police alternately claimed…
 
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Maryland’s Red Storm Takes a Knee
 
“I hope you all know why,” Wade told his players without flinching. He asked them to think hard: “Are you doing this because you idolize the pro football players on TV? Or because the message behind the protest actually means something to you?”
 
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HISD Trustees Unlawfully Give Black Woman the Boot & Then Reverse Decision
 

One of the most disturbing issues that has captured the attention of legal experts and members of the community is whether those five HISD trustees violated the spirit of the Texas Open Meetings Act…

 
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Wells Fargo Invests $1.6 Billion to Help Revitalize D.C.’s Minority Neighborhoods
 

The bank’s new commitment includes a five-year, $16 million philanthropic commitment more than triples Wells Fargo’s local giving ... This philanthropy includes $4 million for Community Development…

 
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The Living Word
Psalm 100: 4-5

4: Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.

5: For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations. •

 

 

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