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"Father of Motivation" Dr. Wayne Dyer Dies at Age 75
Bloomberg - 6 Hours ago
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Fitch Affirms Arch Capital's Ratings; Outlook Revised to Stable Bloomberg
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THIRTEEN's American Masters to Feature Legendary African American Tennis Pioneer
BWW TV World - 8/17/2015
People often cite ARTHUR Ashe as the first African American to win Wimbledon (1975). He was indeed the first African American male to win the men's singles title, but it was, in fact, Althea Gibson, who
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Republicans should follow Ben Carson’s lead on Black Lives Matter
American Enterprise Institute - 8/18/2015
After focusing on Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, the Black Lives Matter movement has now turned its attention to the GOP — shouting at Jeb Bush during a town hall meeting in Las Vegas. Quite frankly,
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Biggest Threat to Alaska’s Economy is President Obama
Canada Free Press - 11 Hours ago
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Democrats: Partying (Pretending? Praying?) like it's 1992 Canada Free Press
Democrats: Partying (Pretending? Praying?) like its 1992 Canada Free Press
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Thiessen: Republicans should follow Ben Carson’s lead on Black Lives Matter
Washington Post - 8/17/2015
By , After focusing on Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, the Black Lives Matter movement has now turned its attention to the GOP — shouting at Jeb Bush during a town hall meeting in Las Vegas.
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Bernie Sanders promises to tackle racism as president
CBS News - 8/17/2015
LONG GROVE, Iowa -- After bounding atop a blue trailer in a community park, Bernie Sanders quickly reminded people here that Iowa had helped elect the nation's first black president. The next step,
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An Aboriginal company is on the verge of selling Australian camel meat to the Chinese
Business Insider Australia - 8/17/2015
The people of the Ngaanyatjarra lands in central Australia are on the verge of opening up a market in China for wild camel meat. The Ngaanyatjarra Camel Company is half-owned by the Ngaanyatjarra people
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Polish Black-Hole Mining Risks Labor Unrest Before Election
Bloomberg - 8/17/2015
Poland’s struggle to help Kompania Weglowa SA, the European Union’s biggest coal producer, return to profitability risks unleashing union-led protests before October’s general election. A threatened
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Julian Bond, former NAACP board chairman, dies at 75
Los Angeles Times - 8/17/2015
In the late 1960s, civil rights leader Julian Bond was such a compelling figure that he was talked about as one day becoming the first black president of the United States. Charismatic and eloquent,
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Jesse Jackson remembers Julian Bond as 'global peace leader'
Washington Times - 8/17/2015
Jackson said in a statement Monday morning that Bond “set the moral and academic tone of our generation of student activists.” Bond died Saturday night at age 75 in Florida after a brief illness. He was
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Qantas stops Aboriginal actor Alec Doomadgee from carrying boomerangs on plane
Canberra Times - 8/17/2015
An Aboriginal media identity and cultural ambassador is furious with Qantas for refusing to let him carry his ceremonial boomerangs on a flight from Brisbane. Alec Doomadgee was stopped by security at
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Legal services cuts could see more Aboriginal people incarcerated: Law Society
ABC Online - 8/17/2015
Related Story: Fact Check: Amnesty International claim on 'shocking' Indigenous child incarceration rates checks out More Aboriginal people are likely to be incarcerated as a result of $10
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Julian Bond, Former NAACP Chairman and Civil Rights Leader, Dies at 75
Houston Chronicle - 8/17/2015
Julian Bond, a charismatic figure of the 1960s civil rights movement, a lightning rod of the anti-Vietnam War campaign and a lifelong champion of equal rights for minorities, notably as chairman of the
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Three More Black Trans Women Reported Murdered
Gay.com - 8/17/2015
Three more African-American transgender women have been reported murdered in the past few days, bringing the total of known transgender murder victims this year to 16, most of them trans women of color.
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Alleged anti-semitic Kansas KKK killer's trial begins
ENCA - 8/17/2015
OLATHE, Kansas - Jury selection begins on Monday in the trial of a Missouri white supremacist charged with murdering three people in a shooting spree outside two Jewish centers in a Kansas City suburb
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Katherine Heigl's Latest Outing Will Make You Realize How Much You've Missed Her
MyInforms - 8/17/2015
Where have you been, Katherine Heigl?! The actress, who has remained mostly under the radar in recent years, looked insanely gorgeous when she stepped out to attend a screening of Saved In America in
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Obituary: Julian Bond, Civil Rights Giant and Ex-NAACP Chair
Chronicle of Philanthropy - 8/17/2015
Julian Bond, one of the most prominent civil rights leaders of the last 50 years and a longtime chairman of the NAACP, died Saturday at a Florida hospital of complications from vascular disease, The Washington
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Fiorina: ‘Planned Parenthood Preys on African Americans…”
App.ViralNewsChart.com - 8/17/2015
When we last left Carly Fiorina, she was explaining how liberal policies have actually been worse for women, regardless of what the left or the media claims. I’m sure you’re asking yourselves now, “But
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Lawsuit: Days Inn worker told to flip mattress where guest died
MSN News US - 8/17/2015
A Days Inn employee said her boss instructed her to flip a mattress rather than replace it after she reported a guest died in the bed, according to a racial discrimination lawsuit. The suit, filed July
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Al Sharpton Is Wrong about African-American Representation in the Armed Forces
National Review - 8/17/2015
Al Sharpton has promised to galvanize the black churches to support the Obama’s administration Iran deal. He says the reason is because African Americans have suffered disproportionately in America’s
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Aboriginal LGBTQIs voice their views on Aboriginal petition against same-sex marriage
World News Australia - 8/17/2015
A group of Aboriginal people, mostly elders, has delivered a bark petition against gay marriage to the Federal Government. The Uluru Bark Petition states that all Aboriginal people oppose changing the
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Crossing Replacement Work to Close Harlem Avenue Crossing in Riverside
Noodls - 8/17/2015
(Aug. 17, 2015) - Work is set to begin next week to replace the crossing at Harlem Avenue (Illinois 43) in Riverside, requiring the temporary closure of the road at the BNSF tracks. Harlem Avenue (Illinois
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Florida Wildwood Elementary school hired fired cop who was KKK member
Capital Bay - 8/17/2015
Wildwood  Elementary in Florida hired David Borst earlier this month to work in food services  at the school Borst, 50, was the former deputy chief of the Fruitland Police Department    He resigned from
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Henderson State students say rule barring sagging pants targets black students
Inside Higher Ed - 8/17/2015
Officials at Henderson State University on Friday defended the university’s decision to ban “sagging pants” on campus, amid concerns from students that the ban targeted black students. While the Arkansas
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News24.com | Why do black people find it gross to watch other black people kissing?
News24 - 8/17/2015
‘Might there be another way to kiss that we haven’t explored because we learnt how to ‘kiss’ from The Bold and the Beautiful?” I asked my boyfriend in the middle of what one would describe as a French
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