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NEW YORK CITY — Smart people are just as racist as their less intelligent peers — they’re just better at concealing their prejudice, according to a University of Michigan study.

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We can’t create a better world if we haven’t yet imagined it. How much better then, if we are able to touch such a world, experience it directly, even live in it—if only to a partial degree and for a brief moment.

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The decline and disappearance of stable, unionized full-time jobs with health insurance and pensions for people who lack a college degree has had profound effects on working-class Americans

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Last week, workers at fast food restaurants demonstrated outside their places of work, highlighting the low wages they receive and demanding more.

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R&B singer Toni Braxton is no longer the owner of the rights to 27 of her songs including "You're Making Me High," "How Many Wars," and "Always" after losing them in a bidding war. She does, however, get to keep her hit song, "Un-Break my heart."

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Zna Gresham, a 10-year old from Decatur, Georgia is being lauded as a hero. She apparently caught a baby that was dropped from a second-floor apartment that caught fire.

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President Obama is again turning his attention to the elusive economic recovery. His “pivot” will be for naught, however, as long as he continues to ignore two important points: first, government is a major squanderer of scarce resources ...

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Several of us were sharing our views on radio Sunday night with Gary Byrd when my friend and colleague Cash Michaels urged us to remember that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated while organizing poor people.

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Planning large group respites are becoming more common place as women seek ways broaden their networks, re-connect with friends and experience different environments on heir "bucket"

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Slowly but surely, “Back to School” displays are popping up in stores. But if back to school means back to budget woes, one 

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WASHINGTON — On Aug. 2, 2013, in time for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Newseum will open “Make Some Noise: Students 

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Graduation Ceremony Celebrates 150 College Bound Young Black Men From Around The San Francisco Bay Area

Oakland, CA -- More than 150 African American young men from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area who are heading to college in the fall were recognized June 19 at a special graduation ceremony.

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