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“Tough Love – My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For”

By Susan E. Rice
Recalling pivotal moments from her dynamic career on the front lines of American diplomacy and foreign policy, Susan E. Rice—National Security Advisor to President Barack Obama and US Ambassador to the United Nations—reveals her surprising story with unflinching candor.

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6 Ways to Establish a Productive Homework Routine

Homework. Whether you’re a fifth-grader or a freshman in college, the mere thought of homework can be overwhelming.

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Carper Hosts Roundtable at DSU to Discuss Critical Federal Funding for HBCUs

“There is simply no question that these funds are a good investment. The money provided through the FUTURE Act helps to train the students of today for the workforce of tomorrow,” said Senator Carper.

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Lower Emissions, Cleaner Environment: API Says ‘We’re On It’

A new API advertising campaign highlights the natural gas and oil industry’s leadership in reducing emissions, protecting the environment, making climate progress and serving consumers.

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Why More Places Are Abandoning Columbus Day in Favor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

More and more towns and cities across the country are electing to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day as an alternative to – or in addition to – the day intended to honor Columbus’ voyages.

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Voters Often Parrot the Party Line, Even When Polls Suggest Otherwise

Over time, political science has learned which types of questions are informative and which are not, based on models of public opinion.

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Fundamentalism Turns 100, a Landmark for the Christian Right

Protestant fundamentalism is still very much alive. And, it has fueled today’s culture war over gender, sexual orientation, science and American religious identity.

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Aggie SGA-AG Pushes Campus Student Voter Engagement – GDN Exclusive, Vol. II, Part XXIV

Brenda Caldwell is the attorney general for N.C. A&T University’s Student Government Association. But the Greensboro native, junior and Political

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Legendary Morgan State; New York Knicks Assistant Coach: Nat Frazier Passes Away

Morgan State University, a historically Black institution located in Baltimore, Maryland, recently celebrated the life of legendary award-winning basketball coach

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NBA Legend Michael Jordan Pledges $1 Million to Bahamas

Michael Jordan was a superstar on the basketball court, and now, as a humanitarian, the six-time NBA World Champion has

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Festival to Highlight Black ‘Films with a Purpose’

On Saturday, October 12, at Los Angeles Center Studios in California, and in conjunction with its anniversary, the nonprofit Black

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Waters Announces Updates to October Hearing Schedule

Waters Announces Updates to October Hearing Schedule WASHINGTON – Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, announced several

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Tracie Hunter Released Early and Still Strong, Still Standing

Tracie Hunter released early from jail; seeks exoneration Former juvenile court judge Tracie Hunter was released from the Hamilton County

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One-on-One with Judge Tammy Kemp — Amber Guyger Murder Trial

The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth I Messenger Media (Texas Metro News/Garland Journal/I Messenger) sat down

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NAACP to Address the Underfunding of HBCUs Across the U.S. on Upcoming Tele-Town Hall

BALTIMORE  — On Thursday, October 10, 2019, the NAACP will address the underfunding of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

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The Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated the United States

Another widely used high school textbook, Pearson’s United States History, also attributed segregation to mysterious forces: “In the North, too, African Americans faced segregation and discrimination.

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This Black Pilot Is Flying with a Mission of Diversity

Despite the limited amount of African Americans in the cockpit, Stanislaus said now is the time for people of color to join the pilot ranks. “There is about to be a mass exodus of commercial pilots, and their spots will need to be filled,” he said.

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Environmental Justice Advocates Say Climate Change Isn’t a ‘White Thing’

“Far too often it is our communities – Black and Brown communities – that are not prepared enough, resilient enough, or adaptive enough when climate disasters hit,” Mabson said.

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Eric Garner’s Mother Gives Emotional Testimony at Judiciary Hearing

“Five years ago, my beloved son Eric was murdered by people who were supposed to serve and protect,” Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Garner who died in New York from a police chokehold in 2014…

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Profile in Education Equity: Sharif El-Mekki

El-Mekki is answering his own “nation building” call. In May, he announced that after 11 years as Shoemaker’s principal and 26 years of being inside schools as a teacher or administrator…

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Remembering Red Summer — Which Textbooks Seem Eager to Forget

The racist riots of 1919 happened 100 years ago this summer. Confronting a national epidemic of white mob violence, 1919 was a time when Black people defended themselves…

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