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Black UCLA employee claims racial profiling in arrest by campus police
Los Angeles Times - 61 Minutes ago
A 46-year-old African American UCLA facilities employee arrested for obstruction and resisting arrest by campus police last week is accusing the department of racial profiling and violating his civil
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Bank wouldn’t lend money to black people
Brisbane Courier-Mail - 52 Minutes ago
A BANK purposely avoided giving mortgages to African Americans by locating all of its branches outside black neighbourhoods and directing advertising and loan products toward largely white communities,
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A History of Harlem, Told in Stories
American Banking News - Forex - 79 Minutes ago
An oral-history project by the New York Public Library is collecting stories from longtime Harlem residents like Yvonne Stafford, who was recently interviewed by volunteer Kyle Ann Stokes. Photo: Jennifer
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10 Years On, Scaffolding in Harlem Still a Shelter for Noxious Acts
New York Times - 54 Minutes ago
The structure has become a favored haunt for unsavory behavior, angering neighbors who have been trying for years to get it removed.
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Executives deny racial profiling
Real Estate Business - 57 Minutes ago
Wednesday, 03 September 2014   |   Michael Crawford View Comments
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The Archaic Lending Tactic That’s (Likely) Still Holding African American Business
Global Advisors - 2 Hours ago
As New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman files suit against Evans Bank, a reminder that redlining is bad for business too. Read the full article here . This content was originally published
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Program aids African Americans in land preservation
Charleston Business Journal - 103 Minutes ago
“Knowledge is power, and even though we might not see the rewards yet, these efforts will be enjoyed for generations to come.” Alex Goodwine, landowner in Ridgeville Alex Goodwine, who owns a farm
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Street Closure: West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Close Sept. 7
HighBeam Research - 105 Minutes ago
CHARLOTTE, N. C., Aug. 29 -- The city of Charlotte issued the following news release: West Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. between South Tryon Street and South Church Street will close on Sunday, September
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NAACP sets La. town hall meetings
Bayou Buzz - 114 Minutes ago
Advocate staff report Sept. 02, 2014 The NAACP Louisiana State Conference announced Tuesday it plans to hold a series of public meetings across the state to address social issues facing black
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Personal trainer spreading message of healthy living for Black women
Louisiana Weekly - 2 Hours ago
By Zenitha Prince Contributing Writer (Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Afro American Newspaper) — Crystal Adell defies the stereotype that Black women do not consistently pursue a physical
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Infographic: Where College Students Spend Their Money
Black Enterprise - 2 Hours ago
Many college students never seem to have any spare change. Aside from high tuition payments, how else is their budget spent? How much money does the average college student spend? What do they spend it
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It's Hardest For Black Students to Get the Financial Benefits of College
BusinessWeek - 7 Hours ago
Black students rely more on student loans to pay for college than other racial group and they’re less likely to pay off the debt, according to a study released today. The research was presented at a conference
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The Archaic Lending Tactic That's (Likely) Still Holding African American Business
Inc.com - 3 Hours ago
PERSONAL FINANCE As New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman files suit against Evans Bank, a reminder that redlining is bad for business too.
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African American DFL Caucus co-sponsoring 'We Have Not Forgotten' forum to discuss
Insight News - 3 Hours ago
The events in Ferguson have captured the attention of the African American community, at a national level and locally here in Minnesota. But Minnesota has its own longstanding struggle with the relationship
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Family mistakenly pulled over by Forney police alleges racial profiling, proposes
Dallas Morning News - 7 Hours ago
Members of the Dallas community, including an assistant district attorney and a prominent pastor, chided Forney police Tuesday for the way its officers conducted a traffic stop of a woman and four children
Family mistakenly pulled over by Forney police at traffic stop alleges racial profiling, Dallas Morning News
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Fanning the flames of racism
Washington Times - 9/2/2014
By - The Washington Times - Monday, September 1, 2014 A lot of shootings go on in the world. People are killed all the time. Rarely do these shootings cause riots and escalating destruction. It
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Study: Music Education Could Help Close The Achievement Gap Between Poor And Affluent
Huffington Post Black Voices - 4 Hours ago
A new study from Northwestern University researchers found that music education can improve the brain functioning of at-risk children. | Nina Kraus Closing the achievement gap between low-income
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The Entire Argument For Blaming Sexters, Destroyed In 1 Tweet
Huffington Post Black Voices - 4 Hours ago
Perhaps you have a friend who thinks all those celebrities whose nude photos were leaked on Sunday deserved what they got. "Anyone who doesn't want their naked photos going public shouldn't have ever
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Sharptown Colored School in rural Maryland reopens as a community center
Washington Post - 9/1/2014
By , Newell Quinton pointed through the rippled glass of a large second-story window into a sun-soaked field of tall grass. “You see where those short pine trees are? That was home plate.” Seventy
Sharpton Colored School in rural Maryland reopens as a community center Washington Post
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Sharptown Colored School reopens as community center
Washington Post - 9/1/2014
By , Newell Quinton pointed through the rippled glass of a large second-story window into a sun-soaked field of tall grass. “You see where those short pine trees are? That was home plate.” Seventy
Old Sharpton Colored School reopens as community center Washington Post
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Union, NAACP hold Labor Day rallies across NC
KPHO Phoenix - 9/1/2014
RALEIGH, N.C. - Union and civil rights leaders joined together for a series of rallies and news conferences across North Carolina on Labor Day. The #TalkUnion tour kicked off Monday morning in Raleigh,
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This Is What It's Like To Be An Unarmed Black Man In America
Huffington Post - 3 Hours ago
You know how it is. You're outside your house, sitting on your stoop, peaceably eating an ice cream cone, and when you look up there's a gun trained on your face and a police officer demanding that you
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Genetic Variation May Reduce Maraviroc's Efficacy in African Americans
The Body - 4 Hours ago
A large number of HIV-positive African Americans receiving treatment with maraviroc (Selzentry, Celsentri) may be on subtherapeutic levels of the drug, according to newly published research. Maraviroc
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If Black Women Said The Stuff White Guys Say
BuzzFeed - 4 Hours ago
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Map Illustrates Bank's Alleged Racist Mortgage Policies
Huffington Post Black Voices - 8 Hours ago
New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a suit against Evans Bank for systematic racism, excluding black neighborhoods from mortgage lending. (Photo by J. Countess/) | J. Countess via
Map Illustrates Evans Bank’s Alleged Racist Mortgage Policies WNY Media Network
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