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Congress Traveling the Country to Hear Evidence of Voting Rights Violations

Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-OH), Chair of the Elections Subcommittee of the Committee on House Administration, will hold listening sessions to hear from citizens about their recent voter registration and voting experiences. It is anticipated that any evidence of voter suppression or voter intimidation heard during the listening sessions will be used to support the revitalization of the Voting Rights Act. This evidence is required to establish that voter interference is an ongoing problem and not merely the practice of a bygone era. Efforts to strengthen the Voting Rights Act are expected to be strongly contested by opponents.


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Life-Long Educator Authors Book on Leadership

Dr. Jennifer Wimbish, First African American president of Cedar Valley College (CVC), of the Dallas County Community College District, in her recently released book “Leadership Wisdom For All Generations”…

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Suspect Arrested in Case of Three Church Fires in Louisiana
A 21-year-old named Holden Matthews arrested. St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre burned down on March 26. On April 2, the Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana was burned…
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Play Ball, To the Victor Goes You – Power and the Righteous
Can you imagine any athletic event where the ball actually participates as an independent active component? Well, the truth is we are that ball in this high-stake game…
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Bill to Give Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges Their Day in Court
The Court Legal Access & Student Support (CLASS) Act prohibits any school receiving Title IV student aid funding from placing restrictions on students’…
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Meet National Black Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta

The NBCC is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities, entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United

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Don’t Mess with Max: Mnuchin Madness
Mnuchin is really above his Peter Principle as Treasury Secretary in any administration but 45’s. And those birds of a feather stick together because they share values…
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The Living Word
Acts 4: 5-10
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5: The next day it happened that the Council of all the Jewish leaders was in session in Jerusalem

6: Annas the High Priest was there, and Caiaphas, John, Alexander, and others of the High Priest’s relatives.

7: So the two disciples were brought in before them. “By what power, or by whose authority have you done this?” the Council demanded.

8: Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, “Honorable leaders and elders of our nation,

9:  if you mean the good deed done to the cripple, and how he was healed,

10: let me clearly state to you and to all the people of Israel that it was done in the name and power of Jesus from Nazareth, the Messiah, the man you crucified— but God raised back to life again. It is by his authority that this man stands here healed!




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