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It’s time for us to deliver for the Postal Service

Like virtually every other part of the legitimate role of government, the Postal Service is and has been under attack by conservatives. ...

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Blacks with Thyroid Cancer fare worse than whites

The mortality rate is probably due to an access to care issues. ...

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Parkinson’s Disease affects Blacks, men

Parkinson’s disease is a condition in which a region of the midbrain, called the substantia nigra, degenerates. ...

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Rise of the Black quarterback

Kaepernick’s meteoric rise from Alex Smith’s backup to Super Bowl runner-up in just his 10th game as a starter highlights the lightning fast rise of African-American QBs in the NFL ...

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Living with HIV/AIDS

Two survivors prove it’s no longer a death sentence. ...

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Staying heart healthy!

Heart disease is the number one killer of all Americans, claiming the lives of about 1 million individuals every year ...

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Whole Foods and whole fools

I am utterly appalled that Whole Foods CEO John Mackey described Obamacare as “fascism.” ...

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Reaffirmed…

My greatest wish is that these kinds of injustices continue to be exposed, so that what happened to the Wilmington Ten won't continue to destroy the hopeful dreams of young black folks, any folks for that matter. ...

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Wilmington Ten team thanks Black Press for pardons

PARDONS TEAM AT NNPA - NNPA Chairman Cloves Campbell (right) poses with members of the Wilmington Ten Pardons of Innocence Project (from left to right), co-chair and Wilmington Journal publisher Mary Alice Thatch; project coordinator and Carolinian/Wilmington Journal writer Cash Michaels; co-chair and NCCU Law Professor Irv Joyner; Wilmington Ten leader Dr. Ben Chavis; and Wilmington Ten lead defense attorn ...

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