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Re: Black Bishop tells Blacks to leave the Democratic Party

Yemaya ·
From our friends over on facebook: Keith Mickles Bishop Jackson says it is time for Christians to leave the DNC, and I agree. <abbr class="livetimestamp undefined" data-utime="1348502109" id=".reactRoot[37].[1][2][1]{comment494919887187991_94398780}..[1]..[1]..[1].[0].[0]." title="Monday, September 24, 2012 at 11:55am">10 hours ago</abbr> · Like · 2 Seventies Soulchild Why Keith? If you don't mind me asking? <abbr class="livetimestamp undefined" data-utime="1348502363"...
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Re: hoodparenting

Guest ·
Part of the reason this is going on is on account of grown-ups, much the same as children, are over-invigorated. We're more wired and Professional Essay Paraphrasing associated, which means we're getting more outside contribution than any other time in recent memory.
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Re: GOP Debate Moderator Megyn Kelly Has Long History Of Offensive, Out-Of-Touch Comments About Minorities

Norland ·
All those chicks on Fox News need stripper poles. Sitting on couches, with their fat legs exposed to the thighs, all looking the same, 20 cans of hairspray a piece, even black Harris Faulkner, trying to out cute the other. All the men looking in trying to figure which one they'd like to have in the name of sex, a little news, and fakely made-up to the maximum "beauty" bullshit. Fox News: A little transgenderish. All the women of TV suffer from the syndrome. If they took off that damn makeup,...
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ACLU Challenging Florida Law Requiring Welfare Recipients To Pass A Drug Test

Kocolicious ·
The American Civil Liberties Union says it will file a lawsuit challenging Florida's law that requires new welfare recipients to pass a drug test, aclu rick scott, florida welfare law KELLI KENNEDY 09/ 7/11 02:14 PM ET The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in federal court. "The law assumes that everyone who needs a little help has a drug problem," said Luis Lebron, 35, who had applied for the state money to help care for his son while he finishes college. "It's wrong and it's unfair. It judges a...
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Why Is It So Hard For Black Women to Find The Love They Deserve?

RadioRaheem ·
Why Is It So Hard For Black Women to Find The Love They Deserve? By Charli Penn Source: http://www.essence.com/2014/04...nd-love-they-deserve 41 Comments “There are no good men available!” “I can’t take these guys seriously.” “They don’t want the same things that I do.” Sound familiar? They’re the responses you’ll hear from any single woman who’s actively hunting for real love when you ask what the dating scene is like in her town. We hear Black women in particular express concern time and...
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Medicaid Expansion Rejected By Governors Who Say Earning $11,000 Is Too Much

sunnubian ·
Medicaid Expansion Rejected By Governors Who Say Earning $11,000 Is Too Much By CARLA K. JOHNSON and KELLI KENNEDY 08/14/12 10:54 AM ET FOLLOW: Rick Scott , Health Care , Rick Perry , Video , Rick Scott Medicaid , Florida Medicaid , Florida Medicaid Expansion , Medicaid Expansion , Mitt Romney Medicaid , Rick Perry Medicaid , Rick Perry Medicaid Expansion , Rick Scott Medicaid Expansion , Romney Medicaid , Romney Ryan Medicaid , Texas Medicaid , Politics News MIAMI -- Sandra Pico is poor,...
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GOP-led states start warming up to health care law

EbonyRose ·
GOP-led states start warming up to health care law By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR | Associated Press – Thu, Nov 15, 2012 WASHINGTON (AP) — From the South to the heartland, cracks are appearing in the once-solid wall of Republican resistance to President Barack Obama 's health care law . Ahead of a federal deadline Friday for states to declare their intentions, Associated Press reporters interviewed governors and state officials around the country, finding surprising openness to the changes in...
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Obama Pardons 17 People, Largely For Minor Offenses

Cholly ·
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Friday issued pardons for 17 people, largely for minor offenses. Those receiving pardons came from 13 states and had been sentenced for crimes that included falsely altering a money order, unauthorized acquisition of food stamps, drug violations, and possession of an unregistered firearm. No one well-known was on the list released by the White House. Some of the crimes drew light penalties in the first place – such as a North Carolina woman sentenced...
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FBI Planted Bug in Mayor's Office

EbonyRose ·
Philadelphia Leader in Bitter Campaign Fight With Republican (CNN) --The FBI planted an electronic bugging device in Philadelphia Mayor John Street's office, a senior federal government source and two law enforcement sources told CNN Wednesday.But...
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When The Profiled Become Profilers

ArabianQueen ·
Interesting article. Should provoke thought/comments.-----------------By Sasha Polakow-Suransky http://www.africana.comEric Hotchandani, a 20-year-old University of California-Santa Barbara student, boarded a packed rush-hour train on the evening of...
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Savings + Culture = Wealth/Retirement

Nmaginate ·
For saving, culture matters Most American workers, battered by daily living expenses, are behind schedule in saving for retirement, according to the latest Retirement Confidence Survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, a non-partisan public...
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BET Offers a Fresh Lineup of HIV-Related Programming to Coincide With National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Blake Manner ·
http://sev.prnewswire.com/entertainment/20070124/AQW05724012007-1.htmlquote:BET Offers a Fresh Lineup of HIV-Related Programming to Coincide With National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness DayNetwork Debuts Winning Short Films and Ground-Breaking News Special...
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Brother refused to give up on racially tinged 1964 deaths

EbonyRose ·
Brother refused to give up on racially tinged 1964 deaths WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After the investigation into the May 1964 deaths in rural Mississippi of his brother and a friend went cold, Thomas Moore was convinced he would never see justice done.But...
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Re: FBI SAYS THEY WILL NOT SEEK CHARGES. . .

Fabulous ·
Dr. Phil Most people would find Richard Barrett's attitude shocking. "I call myself a nationalist. No pink power in San Francisco. No black power in Atlanta. No brown power in San Antonio. Just red, white and blue power," he says. "I think only one of the Jena 6's parents is actually married. I believe all the rest are illegitimate. Why would I use words like negro or colored? It seems to me to be respectful. I favor majority rule, not minority tyranny." Richard crept into Jena during the...
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Re: 'Jena 6' teen agrees to plea deal

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Jena Six fund may go to Barkers if family wins By Abbey Brown abrown@thetowntalk.com (318) 487-6387 It could be the Barker family, not the families of the "Jena Six," who receive the money from Jena Six Defense Fund. Pineville attorney Henry Lemoine Jr., representing Justin Barker and his family, said the fund could be used as restitution should the Barkers win their civil suit against the Jena Six and their families. The suit, filed last Thursday, also seeks unspecified damages from the...
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GOP Debate Moderator Megyn Kelly Has Long History Of Offensive, Out-Of-Touch Comments About Minorities

sunnubian ·
GOP Debate Moderator Megyn Kelly Has Long History Of Offensive, Out-Of-Touch Comments About Minorities Research August 4, 2015 9:25 AM EDT ››› JESSICA TORRES Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly will serve as a moderator for the Republican Party's first presidential debate on August 6. Over the past few years, as she has risen through the ranks at Fox, Kelly has exhibited a pattern of making inflammatory and discriminatory comments about minorities. Kelly Announced As One Of Three GOP Debate...
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Unarmed black woman beaten and tackled by Florida cops for filming arrest of her husband

Fabulous ·
WATCH: Unarmed black woman beaten and tackled by Florida cops for filming arrest of her husband TOM BOGGIONI Kelli Wilson as she was punched by Florida cop - screensho A black woman who was punched and tackled to the ground by two white Jacksonville policemen for filming the arrest of her husband claims the cops stole her phone with a recording on the incident, reports NewsJax4 . According to Kelli Wilson, she went down to a local convenience store to record the arrest of her husband and...
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Re: Jena 6

listener ·
Tomorrow is the first anniversary of the massive march on Jena, Louisiana. Black Voices has put together a helpful update providing answers to a host of Jena 6 questions including up-to-the-minute news concerning each of the defendants. Most of the commentary is taken from Howard Witt's stories in the Chicago Tribune. (Note: if you click on the link you will find lots of nifty pictures and additional commentary.) As most readers of this blog are aware, Friends of Justice was the first...
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Re: Hours after federal investigators announced they had arrested Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich

EbonyRose ·
Jackson says he didn't 'pay to play' Illinois politics (CNN) -- A law enforcement official connected to the investigation into Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich confirmed Wednesday that the person referred to in the criminal complaint against the governor as "Senate Candidate 5" is Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. The law enforcement official said there was no evidence -- other than the governor's taped remarks -- that Jackson or others on his behalf ever approached the governor in an improper way. The...
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