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North Carolina Attorney Says States Are “Criminalizing” Protests
 

With protests growing increasingly common around the country, the movement to silence those who exercise their First Amendment Rights is fast gaining traction. At least that’s the opinion of one North Carolina attorney who said the wave of legislation to criminalize protests has hit Charlotte where a controversial ordinance known as the “Extraordinary Event” law even led to a city councilman being charged for carrying a water bottle and a gas mask.

 

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Amid Adversity, Doris Hill Says, ‘Act like we want to live’
 

“Mark Twain said the two most important days in a person’s life is the day they were born, and the day they figure out why,” Doris Hill told those gathered for an event…

 
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Women’s Fight Against Sexual Harassment Didn’t Start With #Metoo
 
Women in countries such as India, Pakistan and others have long organized successful campaigns against sexual harassment. Similar digital campaigns...
 
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Donna Brazile Trying “A new lane” by Joining Fox News
 
In an op-ed article on FoxNews.com, Brazile wrote that she hoped to improve the tenor of political debate. “Will I agree with my fellow commentators at Fox News?
 
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NNPA Celebrates Black Press Week in Washington
 
Celebrating 192 years of the Black Press, the NNPA Foundation and NNPA’s member publishers engaged in several workshops throughout the week that centered on this year’s theme: “Publishing, Power & Purpose.”
 
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‘Black Farmers’ Gear up for Legal Fight After Appeals Court Setback
 

The descendants of Earnest Lee Boyland from Mason, Tenn. filed a lawsuit in the 1990s alleging that the USDA adhered to discriminatory policies against African-American…

 
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U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren Rolls Into Memphis With Fix-Government Pitch
 
Monday’s schedule called for stops in Cleveland and Greenville in Mississippi before an evening Town Hall meeting (televised by CNN) at Jackson State University.
 
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16: You are not happy with any sacrifice. Otherwise, I would offer one to you.  You are not pleased with burnt offerings.

17: The sacrifice pleasing to Elohim is a broken spirit. O Elohim, you do not despise a broken and sorrowful heart. •

 

 

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