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New Spokane NAACP Head Looks to Future After Dolezal Scandal
ABC News - 5 Hours ago
The new president of the Spokane, Washington , NAACP says she wants to focus on repairing the damage from the recent Rachel Dolezal controversy. Naima Quarles-Burnley last month replaced Dolezal, who
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Studio Museum in Harlem Unveils $122 Million Expansion
ABC News - 6 Hours ago
A Harlem museum limited for years by its decades-old building is getting a new home. The New York Times reports officials are announcing plans Monday to construct a new $122 million building for the
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Why people say ‘I want a woman president’ more than they said ‘I want a black president’
Washington Post - 7 Hours ago
There's usually no explanation needed when celebrities say they're supporting a Democratic candidate for president, because that's just what celebrities do. “I'm voting for Hillary Clinton because I work
Why people say ‘I want a woman president’ MSN News US
The Fix: Why people say ‘I want a woman president’ more than they said ‘I want a Washington Post
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Wall St pares losses after IMF says ready to help Greece
Reuters India - 8 Hours ago
REUTERS - U.S. stocks fell in early trading on Monday after Greeks overwhelmingly rejected conditions of a rescue package from creditors, throwing the future of the country's euro zone membership into
Siemens could still be interested in Alstom assets - source Sharenet
Aetna to buy Humana for $37 bln in largest insurance deal Sharenet
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Yanis Varoufakis was president of a black student union in the 1980s
Business Insider Australia - 9 Hours ago
Greece’s out going “rock star” Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis was president of the Black Student Union at Essex University while doing his PhD there in the 1980s, according to The Telegraph . The
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Rick Perry laments ties between GOP,...
MSNBC - 12 Hours ago
It didn’t get too much attention, but shortly before the holiday weekend got underway, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) delivered remarks at the National Press Club, and it turned out to be one of the
Rick Perry laments ties between GOP, black voters MSNBC
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African American church tradition a bastion of faith and freedom
San Francisco Chronicle - 18 Hours ago
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Fires, faith and fear at black churches
CNN - 22 Hours ago
Story highlights It's a natural reaction to assume fires at black churches are borne of hatred, experts say Humans gravitate toward causes that provide them scapegoats, professor says Ohio and California
Black churches, fires and fear CNN
Why are black church fires associated with acts of hate? CNN
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Texas Clerk Refuses to Issue Licenses for Same-Sex Marriage
Canada Free Press - 4 Hours ago
Canada Free Press is produced by Judi McLeod an independent, investigative journalist. © Copyright 2015 Canada Free Press. All rights reserved. CanadaFreePress.com is hosted by Nexcess.net. Powered by
Honoring our Forefathers Canada Free Press
Whoa: Repeal of medical device tax may have veto-proof support Canada Free Press
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Imposed directives fail Aboriginals yet again
Sydney Morning Herald - 3 Hours ago
In a remote town in northern Australia a teenage girl learns of the death of her best friend in a motor accident. Within a few hours she too is dead and her body is found by her brother. In another
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Vandals spray-paint the N-word and "KKK" on family truck in Spring
Houston Chronicle - 105 Minutes ago
Vandals in Spring apparently targeted a white family for hosting a black guest, according to media reports. Josh Joseph, who is black, had planned on moving to Spring, about 20 miles north of Houston,
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Did you know: Founding of KKK
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 2 Hours ago
The Kataastaasan, Kagalang-galang na Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (KKK) was organized on July 7, 1892, in a house on Calle Azcarraga, now Claro M. Recto, in Tondo, Manila.– Marielle Medina, Inquirer
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Imposed directives fail Aboriginal communities yet again
Melbourne Age - 3 Hours ago
In a remote town in northern Australia a teenage girl learns of the death of her best friend in a motor accident. Within a few hours she too is dead and her body is found by her brother. In another
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Kap G Finds Himself in Spanish Harlem
Bet.com - 4 Hours ago
Pharrell's protégé explores his Mexican heritage in NYC.
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Architect David Adjaye Unveils Plans For Revamped Art Museum In Harlem
Fast Company - 4 Hours ago
The Studio Museum in Harlem has announced plans for the construction of a new $122 million building designed by the British architect David Adjaye . The substantial expansion will give the art museum
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The Studio Museum of Harlem Is Expanding
Bet.com - 5 Hours ago
One of the world's most important spaces for artists of African descent will be upgrading its facilities before the decade is over. The Studio Museum of Harlem has announced plans for renovation and expansion
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Google tests new ride-sharing app
Global Advisors - 6 Hours ago
Quartz Africa Weekly Brief: Facebook arrives, so does Lupita; wind energy’s impact Hope dies last in defiant Greece Waze, a Google-owned company that builds crowdsourced maps, is testing a new carpool
Greece’s meltdown is on par with Great Depression Global Advisors
Greece keeps bank shut as cash runs short Global Advisors
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School closing in Virginia discriminates against African Americans, lawsuit alleges
American School and University - 7 Hours ago
Group contends that the Bedford County school board was motivated by racial bias when it voted to close Body Camp Elementary School. Body Camp Elementary School in Bedford, Va., closed at the end of the
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Without genuine consultation, Aboriginal communities stuck in cycle of negativity
Melbourne Age - 10 Hours ago
In a remote town in northern Australia a teenage girl learns of the death of her best friend in a motor accident. Within a few hours she too is dead and her body is found by her brother. In another
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Australia Moves Towards Referendum on Aboriginal Recognition
NDTV - 15 Hours ago
File Photo of Australian Prme Minister Tony Abbott. Sydney: Australia moved closer to recognising Aboriginal people in its constitution today after talks with indigenous leaders, Prime Minister Tony
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Ava DuVernay Bows Out of Directing ‘Black Panther’
Urban Mecca - 114 Minutes ago
Ava DuVernay has confirmed that she will not be directing Marvel’s  Black Panther. “It wasn’t for me,” DuVernay told HuffPost at the 21st annual Essence Music Festival. “I loved exploring it, I loved
Black Panther Ava DuVernay turns down Marvel directing job Big News Network
Ava DuVernay passes on Marvels Black Panther Big News Network
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Aboriginal community dismisses 'trivial' craft timber heritage bid
ABC Online - 15 Hours ago
Tasmania's Indigenous community has dismissed the state's long colonial history of timber crafts as comparatively trivial. The specialty timber sector wants access to about 9,000 hectares of World Heritage-listed
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Tasmanian Aboriginal people urge practical change, not just symbolic recognition
ABC Online - 17 Hours ago
Tasmania's Aboriginal leaders have questioned the focus on Indigenous constitutional recognition, saying practical help is needed rather than symbolism. Indigenous leaders from around the country have
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Mandatory alcohol rehabilitation disproportionately affects Aboriginal people, coroner
ABC Online - 21 Hours ago
A policy of mandatory alcohol rehabilitation has a disproportionate affect on the social liberties of Aboriginal people, the Northern Territory coroner says. A coronial inquest is being held in Alice
Mandatory alcohol rehabilitation disproportionately affects Aboriginal people: coroner ABC Online
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Finding a voice for change: a Sunshine Coast Aboriginal elder's journey
ABC Online - 22 Hours ago
It was through no fault of her own. As a child in Toowoomba in the 1940s, her mother was encouraged to keep quiet about the family's Aboriginality. It was an era when Mrs McMohan's mother was also
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