By Marc H. Morial President/CEO, National Urban League Connecticut Superior Court last week didn’t just tell the state to fix its broken funding system, it
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By Earl Ofari Hutchinson New America Media Columnist The announcement that California State University, Los Angeles agreed to the demands of black student groups at the school to establish separate dorm housing ... Two European Americans telling nothing but the truth
By A. Peter Bailey TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist Every now and then an American journalist, educator or politician will tell the whole truth about how white supremacist attitudes and actions have wreaked havoc ... Are you ready to vote?
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By Marc H. Morial President/CEO, National Urban League It has taken over a century, but African-American history will at long last occupy a permanent and prominent space in our nation’s capital. What ...
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