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Georgia Couple Sues State After Denial Of Naming Daughter ‘Allah’

A Georgia couple is taking the state to court after they were not allowed to name their daughter “Allah,” which means God in Arabic.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia filed the lawsuit in Fulton County Superior Court on behalf of… 299 more words

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Communities Of Color Spend Nearly Half Of Income On Rent

Stagnant wages and increasing rents are creating a housing affordability crisis for scores of Black and Hispanic families, reports Fortune magazine.

Based on a new report from Zillow, residents of predominantly Black communities paid about 44 percent of their income on rent in 2016—that’s up from 40 percent in 2011. 179 more words

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Wokingham Borough Libraries Newsletter April 2017

New Library Opening Hours from Monday April 3rd, 2017

Our new library opening hours will be introduced providing an extra 17½ hours of service per week. 942 more words

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Write Stuff Newsletter: Print Advertising

Print has a nearly 80% response rate; digital still plays second fiddle to visual call-to-action advertising in print media

In the digital age, there is a perception that if you put your business offering up on Facebook or other social media, that’s enough.

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Omarosa Angers Some NNPA Publishers: Walks Out of 'Black Press Week' Breakfast

Omarosa Manigault, President Donald Trump’s director of communications for public liaison, walked out of a breakfast meeting she had requested to attend, hosted by the National Newspaper Publishers Association last week after disputing the accuracy of a story written by this reporter in January. 1,016 more words

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Omarosa Storms Out Of Black Press Event After Reporter Asks ‘Tough Question’

Omarosa Manigault, former Apprentice villain and currently President Donald Trump’s director of communications for public liaison, reportedly walked out of a National Newspaper Publishers Association meeting after a reporter asked her a “tough question.” 659 more words

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