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Black History Facts You May Not Know

Money certainly doesn’t define the type of person you are. Some of the nicest people… More…
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Black Politicians Still Face Glass Ceiling

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Black Politicians Still Face Glass Ceiling

A look at what degrees are providing a return on investment in today’s job market Read more
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Black leaders urged Obama to visit Selma on ‘Bloody Sunday’

ATLANTA (AP) – A grand jury indicted two former Atlanta-area police officers on murder charges after prosecutors said they used stun guns on a man while his hands were cuffed behind his back. The indictment filed Monday charges former East Point police Sgt. Marcus Eberhart, 41, and former Cpl. Howard Weems, 49, in the April 2014 death of 24-year-old Gregory Towns Jr. The two did “materially accelerate” Towns’ death by repeatedly using their stun guns on Towns, who was “exhibiting signs of
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RBG-How the FBI Sabotaged Black America, A Documentary by Gil Noble

The intentional destruction of Black America by the FBI using infiltration, counter-intelligence programs and drugs. From Marcus Garvey to Paul Robeson to Martin Luther King to Malcolm X to Fred Hampton, to the Black Panthers to heroin and crack, the FBI has worked to destroy black people. COMPANION: COINTELPRO REVISITED-FBI Domestic Intelligence Activities and the Sabotage of Legitimate Dissent
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Benjamin Hooks : Importance of Brown v. Board of Education

HONOLULU (AP) — The governor of Hawaii signed a bill on Tuesday ensuring that Native Hawaiians can practice an ancient tradition in which a corpse is cleansed by fire and the bones are held as sacred in a natural cloth before being buried or interred. Gov. David Ige approved the bill amid concerns by some crematories that the rarely used practice might be illegal. In Hawaii, a person can be accused of abusing a corpse – a misdemeanor – if human remains are handled in a way that “would
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Thousands Gather to Commemorate the March

Though she was absent, Beyonce won three BET Awards, including video of the year for “7/11,” while Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj also won multiple awards at the all-star show Sunday night. But the show was less about the awards — video of the year didn't even make the live broadcast — as performances stole the night. As Janet Jackson entered the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Brown screamed loudly, Minaj whipped out her phone to record the moment and Laverne
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