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President Franklin Roosevelt and Few Civil Rights for African Americans

Despite the efforts of his wife Eleanor and African American leaders, President Franklin Roosevelt’s administration made little progress on civil rights.

New Deal programs discriminated against blacks. 469 more words

American History

[Outfit Post] Rocker Chic For The Red Carpet

I recently covered the red carpet for Concert For A Cause, a benefit concert featuring Traci Braxton, Erica Campbell, and SWV; sponsored by  73 more words

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[Outfit Post] Rocker Chic For The Red Carpet

I recently covered the red carpet for Concert For A Cause, a benefit concert featuring Traci Braxton, Erica Campbell, and SWV; sponsored by  73 more words

Life Styled

*** Accidental Racist: What Akron Public Schools and the NAACP taught me reviews

Accidental Racist: What Akron Public Schools and the NAACP taught me

Accidental Racist: What Akron Public Schools and the NAACP taught me. If you looking for Accidental Racist: What Akron Public Schools and the NAACP taught me. 117 more words

Church, NAACP Members Looking For Ways To Curb Mpls. Shootings, Violence

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Some church and NAACP members say they want to try something new to curb shootings and gang related activity in Minneapolis.

The organizers say they want to hold a dialogue with at least 600 black men from Minneapolis at Greater Friendship Baptist Church within the next month. 173 more words

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A Message to All Christians: Do Not Identify With Homosexuals and Lesbians!

Dear Christian Americans:

I write this brief note to warn you, out of brotherly love and deep concern regarding the increasing false empathy believers appear to have towards the satanic agenda masked as the homosexual or LGBT agenda. 174 more words

Education

NAACP releases report on Black Women inequalities in Education and Professional Success

The NAACP releases some disappointing statistics in their recent report titled ” Unlocking Opportunity for African-American Girls”. The article gives an overview of what may be holding back the women of the black community in regards to education and the work force. 14 more words

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