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Levine Museum of the New South’s “Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America” Exhibit
 

A new exhibition at Levine Museum of the New South forces Charlotte-Mecklenburg to confront one of the ugliest parts of its past. “The Legacy of Lynching: Confronting Racial Terror in America,” which opened in April and runs through July 17, presents the Equal Justice Initiative’s groundbreaking research into the history of terror lynchings, including two recorded lynchings that took place in Mecklenburg County.

 

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Penn. Parole and Probation Dept. Bosses Say “As long as there are African Americans, Job Security is ‘Airtight’”
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Investigating stunning claims that officials from the Adult Probation & Parole Department have exchanged alarming emails throughout the years from high-ranking officials…

 
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Ava DuVernay’s Central Park Five Documentary Set to Debut
 
uVernay, who took on the project after Santana suggested it to her via tweet, wants to dramatize what the criminal justice system and New York City stole from these innocent teenagers.
 
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Black” or “African American?” – Identifying as Black Versus African-American
 
As a result of our slave experience, we don’t understand the power and purpose of culture and we seem to be naive in how we regard and respect the unifying principles of culture...
 
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The System for Electing Governors in Mississippi Is Based in Racism
 
A new federal lawsuit against alleges the manner by which Mississippi elects its governors is racist, and former Attorney General Eric Holder is one of the driving forces behind it.
 
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Mandela’s Widow, Graca Machel: “Child Hunger Must Be Priority in Africa”
 

60 million children across the continent suffer from it. Not the mildly hunger that comes from skipping the odd meal, but permanent, malnourishment, stunting and wasting…

 
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Leah Chase, Legendary ‘Queen of Creole Cuisine’ and Civil Rights Icon Dies at 96
 

Her daily joy was not simply cooking but preparing meals to bring people together. One of her most prized contributions…

 
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