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Back to the future: Civil Rights, Wade Henderson, and the next generation

By Marc H. Morial President/CEO, The National Urban League As he prepared to step down as President and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil

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Blacks more prone to colon cancers that arise between colonoscopies

By Robert Preidt Contributing Writer (Special from HealthDay News and NorthStarNews Today) — Colon cancer guidelines now recommend a colonoscopy every 10 years, beginning at

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Most elders want to stay at homes, but is that what’s best?
By Lois M. Collins Contributing Writer Second of two parts (Special from Deseret News/New America Media) – A good-natured group of older people has gathered for breakfast in the small common room ...
We have food deserts because we’ve deserted our own stores
By James Clingman TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist Why do we have Food Deserts? One reason is that we have deserted our own stores. Instead of taking care of ourselves, we complain ...
Civil Rights under siege
By Julianne Malveaux TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist When he was running for President, 45 asked African Americans what we had to lose by electing him. Embracing the most dystopian view of the ...
The failure of Christianity to end white supremacy
By Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith Guest Columnist For all its bragging, Empire Christianity is weak and has no moral core. There is something terribly wrong, and it has ...
More Black and Latino parents see racial inequities in school funding
By Khalil Abdullah Contributing Writer (Special from New America Media) – African-American and Latino parents see a lack of funding as the biggest cause of racial disparities in education, according to a ...
Budgetary ideological division forces 11-day Special Legislative Session; cost $500,000
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer During his first race for the State House of Representatives in 2007, which the author admittedly played an opposing role, Cameron Henry contended that the problem with ...
New study lists New Orleans as America’s ‘deadliest’ city
New Orleans may be known to people all over the world as the City That Care Forgot, but it also can’t seem to shake the title of the nation’s murder ...
Study finds racial bias is endemic in military justice system
Black servicemen significantly more likely to be prosecuted and disciplined in all branches Protect Our Defenders (POD) released a report last Wednesday that finds significant racial disparity in the military justice ...

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