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Greensboro four member hails Wilmington Ten

Upon reflection of what he considers to have been the “tragedy” that beset the Wilmington Ten over 40 years ago, Joseph McNeil says their false imprisonment and decades-long wait to be finally declared innocent of any crimes, is something that should never be forgotten, and could have easily happened to others standing up for racial equality during that time. ...

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Butterfield Seeks Answers from NC Environmental and Natural Resources Department on the Dan River Coal Ash Spill and Other Potential Threats

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) today released a letter to North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary John Skvarla expressing grave concern over the Dan River coal ash spill in Rockingham County, North Carolina and seeking clarification on the potential threat of other coal ash ponds located near communities throughout the state. In his letter Butterfield ...

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PLANTING SEEDS FOR FUTURE LEADERS IN STEM

Designed to engage the local community in fun and fellowship, the Kaleidoscope Fine Arts Brunch brings topics and concerns of the local community to the forefront while featuring local artists and an annual preview of spring fashions. ...

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Sharpton talks about the struggle today

He discusses civil rights, poverty, education and his mentor, the late James Brown. ...

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AFRICAN AMERICAN DOCTORS ON THE ‘FRONT LINES’ SEE THE DEVASTATING RESULTS OF TOBACCO

the “apology ad” gesture forced upon the tobacco companies does not appear to be designed to offer any sort of “apology” to the African American community. ...

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Black and brown inmates herded into private prisons

“The overrepresentation of people of color in private prisons indicates they are disproportionately siphoned away from public prisons – precisely the types of facilities that provide the greatest access to educational and rehabilitative programs and services,” the report states. “People of color continue to be seen in the national imagination as sources of profit extraction and not necessarily as citizens d ...

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APRIL 5TH SET FOR “PARDONS OF INNOCENCE” FILM PREMIERE, GALA

The postponed world premiere of the National Newspaper Publishers Association – CashWorks HD Productions documentary, “Pardons of Innocence: The Wilmington Ten,” has now been officially set for Saturday, April 5th at UNC – Wilmington's Kenan Auditorium , in Wilmington, followed by gala/banquet honoring former Gov. Beverly Perdue and NC NAACP Pres. Rev. William Barber. ...

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HIP HOP AND THE NEW SLAVERY

Rap stars speak on music industry shackles, and prison industrial complex: A new trend? ...

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Study warns of new housing discrimination against Blacks, Latinos and Asians

The Fair Housing Act of 1968 prohibits discrimination in housing based on race. But, the study, titled Housing Discrimination Against Racial and Ethnic Minorities 2012, outlines how housing providers attempt to get around the law by sneakily omitting certain units while apparently showing Blacks and other minorities what they want them to see. ...

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The George Zimmerman verdict

A travesty in "post racial" America: Black America and people of goodwill of all races watched in utter dismay. ...

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