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Why the AFL-CIO must address Black criminalization and (un)employment: A position paper

“We continue with re-printing essays from guest writer Tamara K. Nopper (and Kenyon Farrow) on important grassroots issues. Two years ago they wrote this piece as challenge to the AFL-CIO on its non-response to the issue of Black under-employment and how the criminalization of the Black community affects peoples work prospects. 6,411 more words

Will President Obama Pay the Price in 2014 Election?

The 2014 election is the last election that President Obama will have to take the blame for everything that has gone wrong with America. Americans operates from the philosophy of what have you done for me lately, and it does not matter what you did for me yesterday. 537 more words

If All the Journalists of Color Quit Because of Racism, There'd Be None Left

I was going to write about black hair today, but there was a much more interesting piece in The New Republic that  deserves my attention. Rebecca Carroll, an accomplished author, journalist, and news producer, says she’s… 719 more words

Does Speaking Standard English Dilute Blackness?

“Are you white?”

The enquirer was an eight-year-old boy at my summer day camp fourteen years ago, who had stared at me for a solid minute before launching his query. 691 more words

What's on the ballot in Rapides Parish?

U. S. Senator   (Select 1) Wayne Ables #1 Democrat “Bill” Cassidy #3 Republican Thomas Clements #4 Republican Mary L. Landrieu #5 Democrat “Rob” Maness #6 Republican Brannon Lee McMorris #7 Libertarian Vallian Senegal #8 Democrat William P. 1,050 more words

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' Black Politics And Civil Rights '

#AceGuestNews (Exclusive) – October 01 – The photos I submitted of President Obama during his days as a student at Harvard University are not in the public domain therefore my publisher recommended that I rely on their library of photos in the public domain. 164 more words
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KAᴪ Candidate Forum Analysis and Race Predictions

On Thursday, September 18, the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity hosted a candidate forum for Alexandria mayoral candidates and Rapides Parish judicial candidates for Division A. 434 more words

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