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The Pitt County Model “A Call to Colors” – GDN Exclusive Part XXII

With One Stop early voting/same-day registration underway this week October 17th – Saturday, November 3rd in North Carolina, the National Alumni Presidents of several historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the state are contacting their local alumni chapters, urging them to join with local NAACP chapters in a major voter mobilization effort for the all-important November 6th midterm elections, as part of “A Call to Colors” campaign.


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I Have a Felony Conviction. Can I Vote? Alabama Voting Rights Project

While many states have some restriction on felon voting rights, most states restore the right to vote to people after they complete their sentences.Up to 17 million Americans with convictions can vote right now…

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Beyond the Rhetoric: Why Times Getting Better, Thank God!
US Steel announced that it's putting an investment of $750 million to refurbish “mothballed” facilities. Steel plants are being refurbished and that is a sure sign of increased manufacturing
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White Realtor Fired for Trying to Stop a Black Man From Entering His Own Luxury Condo
“We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company. After a review of the matter the employee has been terminated…”
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60-Year Old Man Falsely Accused of Murder Finally Freed From Prison After 20 Years
Horace Roberts, an African American man from California who was framed for the murder of his lover, has been fully exonerated after new evidence proved him innocent.
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Bakewell Media Presents the 13th Annual Taste of Soul

Taste of Soul features everything “soulful” including food from local restaurants, live entertainment, displays from local artists and exhibits from local businesses and organizations.

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The Transatlantic Slave Trade: Five Hundred Years Later, Are We Still Slaves?

Harvard psychiatrist wrote that high suicide rates among black males that doubled over a 15-year period in 1980. “African-American young men may see the afterlife as a better place…”

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The Living Word
Luke 22: 44-46
GOD’S WORD Translation

44: So he prayed very hard in anguish. His sweat became like drops of blood falling to the ground.

45: When Jesus ended his prayer, he got up and went to the disciples. He found them asleep and overcome with sadness.

46 He said to them, “Why are you sleeping? Get up, and pray that you won’t be tempted.”




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