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Why Florida’s New Voting Rights Amendment May Not Be as Sweeping
 

Florida used to have the nation’s strictest disenfranchisement law for people convicted of crimes classified as felonies. In most states, voting rights are automatically restored after a person is released from prison, or after they finish parole or probation. In comparison, under Florida’s old system, a citizen with a felony conviction would never be allowed to vote again, unless they were granted clemency by a four-member board with a long waitlist.

 

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Hacking the Stress System to Let Your Psychology Influence Your Physiology
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There are people who show incredible resistance to extremes of temperature. Think of Buddhist monks who can calmly withstand being draped in freezing towels…

 
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Our Smartphone Addiction Is Killing Us
 
We’re squandering increasing amounts of time distracted by our phones. And that’s taking a serious toll on our mental and physical well-being. Perhaps ironically, software developers themselves have been on the forefront…
 
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IN MEMORIAM: John Singleton Dead at 51
 
Singleton was a father to seven children including Justice, Maasai, Hadar, Cleopatra, Selenesol, Isis and Seven Singleton. In addition to Boyz N the Hood, which received two Oscar nominations…
 
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Crump, NAACP, NNPA to Demonstrate after Police Brutality Incident
 
We need to make sure we convey the message that the only crime committed on that day was not from the young man, the black children that were there, but from the two deputies and the way they manhandled those kids…
 
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Black Restaurant Week – That Celebrity Interview
 

This week, I invited into the Valder Beebe Show SATELLITE Studio, Derek Robinson, Co-Founder of Black Restaurant Week as he launched the 2019 tour in Houston, Texas, in advance of the Dallas (Oct. 13-27) Black Restaurant Week celebration.

 
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National Author Pens Fourth Book of Awakening Methods of Forgiveness
 
Stephanie Wilson-Coleman, PhD, didn’t always depict the picture of coolness and calm that she exudes on the cover of her newest book, Creating A Masterpiece from a Master Mess.
 
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The Living Word
Psalm 9:1-2 & 10


1: I will praise thee, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will shew forth all thy marvellous works.

2: I will be glad and rejoice in thee: I will sing praise to thy name, O thou most High.

10: And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, Lord, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.

 

 

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