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BLACK WOMEN WILL RISE DESPITE UNEQUAL TREATMENT

I wonder about our “women’s coalitions” when majority women’s organizations, like the National Organization for Women, are silent for Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. Does it matter to them? Maybe not. It matters when they want to present a multiracial, multicultural “united front” at a Women’s March, but less so at other times. ...

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BLACK POLICE EXECUTIVES REJECT TRUMP ENCOURAGEMENT TO ROUGH UP SUSPECTS 

“As NOBLE convenes its 41st Annual Training Conference in Atlanta, it reminds the nation of one of the bedrock's of our democracy, equal protection under the law. All law enforcement officers play a critical role in determining the appropriate levels of use of force as they police communities across this nation,” Tarrant said. “As NOBLE continues its efforts to build one community (law enforcement is part o ...

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A NEW VOTER SUPPRESSION BILL IS COMING!

“They’ve also been threatening for months to revive provisions of the 2013 Monster Voting Law, including a new photo ID bill that will target certain North Carolinians, harm eligible voters, and trigger more costly litigation.”--BOB HALL, Executive Director of Democracy North Carolina ...

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Black wealth 2020: New economic justice movement aims to ‘turbo charge’ Black wealth in America

By Hazel Trice Edney (TriceEdneyWire.com) - According to the following statistics, the economic condition of America's Black community is in dire straits: A recent study by Harvard University found that homeownership in the Black community stands at only 42.2 percent in the nation's largest metro areas. That's below the Latino-American community, which is at 46 percent and well below the White-American comm ...

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