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Saint Augustine’s University National Alumni President Supports “A Call to Colors” GDN Exclusive XIII

The future very much rests in the hands of today’s young people, says Dr. John Larkins, president of St. Augustine’s University National Alumni Association. And that’s why he wholeheartedly supports Greater Diversity News’ nonpartisan “A Call to Colors” voter registration campaign on historically black college and university campuses in time for the November 2018 midterm elections.

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Video: Cummings Blasts Trump Separation Policies, “We will not keep kids in child internment camps.”
Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) slammed the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, resultng in separations of families…
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Trump Admits That He’s Responsible – “You have to take the children away...”
After weeks of evasions and lies aimed at avoiding responsibility for the torture he has inflicted upon immigrant families, President Donald Trump finally admitted in an off-the-rails speech…
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John Lewis Decries ‘Unbelievable, Immoral’ Family Separations on Border
Atlanta Congressman John Lewis is ramping up pressure on Trump administration for its latest actions on the border as “unbelievable” and “immoral.”
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How to Heal African-Americans’ Traumatic History
Jim Crow was grounded in the lie of Black inferiority. Dismantling the impacts of that lie on individuals and communities has been an ongoing effort of members of the Association of Black Psychologists…
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Juneteenth – Freedom Denied to Thousands of Blacks Unable to Make Bail
For hundreds of thousands of African-Americans stuck in pretrial detention – accused but not convicted of a crime, and unable to leave because of bail – that promise remains unfulfilled.
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Juneteenth: Charleston City Council to Consider Apology for Slave Trade
A mile from where ships dropped shackled Africans off by the thousands, council members gathered Tuesday to finally apologize for Charleston’s role in the slave trade.
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