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Limbaugh's Call Screener: Liberalism 'Horrific' to Blacks
NewsMax.com - 4 Hours ago
Calling liberalism's effect on black communities "horrific," the longtime call screener for Rush Limbaugh says that for most of black people, the good old days were the days before desegregation. James
Rush Limbaugh's Call Screener: Liberalism 'Horrific' to Black Communities NewsMax.com
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What if white men, not black women, were caricatured as 'angry'?
MSNBC - 5 Hours ago
By now, you’ve likely heard about the New York Times piece about the new ABC series “How to Get Away with Murder.” Written by Alessandra Stanley, the article purports to offer an analysis of the new Shonda
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B.C. First Nations group condemns fellow aboriginal for opening burial boxes
Globe and Mail - 5 Hours ago
The actions of an aboriginal tourism operator in British Columbia who gave some travellers access to ancient burial boxes, including revealing the skeletal remains inside, have been condemned by his fellow
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Frederick Douglass portrait first portrait of an African American to grace the walls
Maryland Newszap - 3 Hours ago
From left, Gov. Martin O’Malley; First Lady Katie O’Malley; artist Simmie Knox; Eddie and Sylvia Brown; Susan Taylor, former editor-in-chief of Essence and husband, Khephra Burns; and Ted Mack, Chairman
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Death of Toronto community fixture leaves locals in tears and black Lab homeless
Metro Canada - 4 Hours ago
When Kathleen Rooney arrived to work on Friday at the LCBO on the corner of Front St. E. and Market St., she spotted a sign placed in potted yellow mums that read: “Danny, who often occupied this spot,
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Death of community fixture leaves his black Lab homeless
Toronto Star Online - 5 Hours ago
zoom When Kathleen Rooney arrived to work on Friday at the LCBO on the corner of Front St. E. and Market St., she spotted a sign placed in potted yellow mums that read: “Danny, who often occupied
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Limbaugh’s Snerdly: 'For Most of Black People,' 'Good Ol' Days' Were Under Segregation
Breitbart.com - 6 Hours ago
In an interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas , Rush Limbaugh call screener James Golden, known as Bo Snerdly to regular Limbaugh listeners, discussed the plight of the black community. Golden
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Leader vows new dawn for Aboriginals from his Outback HQ
Irish Independent - 4 Hours ago
Inside a small tent in a remote stretch of outback bushland, Australia's prime minister, Tony Abbott, inset, pulled his seat up to a portable wooden desk on which sat his laptop, deodorant, insect repellent
Leader vows new dawn for Aboriginals from his Outback HQ Irish Independent
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NAACP: After police shootings in Norfolk, trust was key
HamptonRoads.com - 3 Hours ago
By Gary A. Harki The Virginian-Pilot © September 21, 2014 NORFOLK Alfred Coker’s family built his house on West 27th Street in 1961. Park Place has seen good times and bad since. Coker appreciates
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Revisiting Gordon Parks’ Classic Photo Essay, ‘Harlem Gang Leader’
LIFE - 6 Hours ago
Culture ' 40 s “Harlem Gang Leader” introduced Gordon Parks to America. LIFE magazine, which published the photo essay in its Nov. 1, 1948, issue, had every reason to be proud of the man it called “a
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'For Colored Girls' 40th Anniversary Commemorated In New York Art Exhibition
Atlanta Journal And Constitution - 5 Hours ago
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking choreopoem For Colored Girls is an introspective exhibition, i found god in myself,which is kicking off the fall season at The New
‘For Colored Girls’ 40th Anniversary Commemorated In New York Art Exhibition Black Enterprise
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Shaun King Exposes Ferguson PD Lies About Michael Brown Case
Atlanta Journal And Constitution - 5 Hours ago
The Internet is truly a wonderful creation. While we’re waiting to hear if his actions against the 18-year-old Michael Brown will go to trial, the Twitter community (most notably Shaun King, Thandisizwe
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Golf And Tennis Challenge Returns to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2015
Atlanta Journal And Constitution - 5 Hours ago
The Golf and Tennis Challenge is returning to the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where it had a successful run this year. Whether you are a golf and tennis enthusiast going down
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[RECAP] Activate Conference Wows and Inspires New York City Power Women
Atlanta Journal And Constitution - 5 Hours ago
The Activate Conference, founded by powerhouse entrepreneur Lucinda Cross, hosted its main event Sept. Opening conference speakers were actresses and TV hosts Keke Palmerand Sherri Shepherd, currently
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Ralph Lauren Black Label Women's V-Neck Dress for $199 + free shipping
Dealnews - 4 Hours ago
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Could Ferguson happen here? NAACP to host forum Monday night
Lancaster Online - 4 Hours ago
The Lancaster County NAACP and South Ann Street Concerned Neighbors invite the Lancaster community to participate in a panel discussion on community and police relations in light of the tragic death of
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The Roux Burlesque empowers the art of black women
Tulane Hullabaloo - 6 Hours ago
An excited and rowdy crowd came out to see "The Roux: A Spicy Black Burlesque Show" this past Friday at Café Istanbul in the Marigny. The show aimed to acclaim black women in an entertaining and inviting
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Woodland Park dedicates marker at site of Martin Luther King visit in 1966
North Jersey.com - 6 Hours ago
CHRIS PEDOTA / staff photographer Roger and Barbara Wood and Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmark applaud the unveiling of the plaque commemorating King's visit. WOODLAND PARK — Farms, bars, gambling houses
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The NFL Partners with the National Domestic Violence Hotline
Black Enterprise - 4 Hours ago
According to The Washington Post , based on a memo distributed to the teams, The National Football League has partnered with with the National Domestic Violence Hotline and the National Sexual Violence
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NAACP branch president: Largo principal should be ousted
Washington Post - 9 Hours ago
By , The president of the Prince George’s County branch of the NAACP is demanding that a high school principal who has been accused of harassing and bullying former employees resign or be terminated.
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President of Prince George’s NAACP branch demands Largo principal resign or be fired
Washington Post - 9 Hours ago
By , The president of the Prince George’s County branch of the NAACP is demanding that a high school principal who has been accused of harassing and bullying former employees resign or be terminated.
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Tabulam takes the glory in Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout
Daily News - 8 Hours ago
TABULAM had plenty to play for when they won the final of the Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout carnival 27-10 against Cabbage Tree Island at Crozier Field, Lismore, yesterday. The Turtle Divers had
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Backers Seek Expansion of Civil Rights Death Law
Epoch Times - 8 Hours ago
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—There has only been one prosecution under the Emmett Till Act, even though the law was passed with the promise of $135 million for police work and an army of federal agents to investigate
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Today’s ‘Black Mass’: TFP Students 1, Satanists 0
Canada Free Press - 16 Hours ago
Caruba: Professional Writing Services Costa Rica Homes for Sale Pursuant to Title 17 U.S.C. 107, other copyrighted work is provided for educational purposes, research, critical comment, or debate
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WASHINGTON—Piper Kerman’s best-selling memoir, “Orange is the New Black: My Year
Epoch Times - 17 Hours ago
WASHINGTON—Piper Kerman’s best-selling memoir, “Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison,” published in 2010, called attention to conditions in the U.S. women’s prisons. It has been the basis
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