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The Heartache of Michael Brown’s Mother is Permanent

Every day since the shooting, his mother has had to carry this unimaginable burden of losing her son.

Will Higher Ed Be the Way Out for Bill Cosby?

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How long can Cosby tread in the muck?

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Marion Barry, The People’s Choice

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The former city councilman and four-term mayor was nothing short of a living, breathing testament to fortitude.

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In an age where the news coming out of the world is more than often depressing ― and it seems particularly true for historically Black colleges and universities ― there are occasional glimmers of sunshine on the horizon.

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Where’s the school diversity at the Nations’ High Court?

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How polling methods leave out people of color.

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What Does It Mean to Not be Black Enough?

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So the question comes up, what is Black enough and what are the qualifications?

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I Voted Already. Did You?

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Value your vote before the second coming of Jim Crow strips it from you.

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Are Civility and Good Manners Waning?

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According to a number of psychologists and social scientists, there is evidence of a growing decline of civility in American society.

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It’s time to drop the pretense and separate sports from the schools.

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