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Sep 02nd

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Protect our communities from flavored tobacco products

Protect our communities from flavored tobacco productsDid you know that tobacco use is the leading cause of death and disease in Minneapolis? Now local residents have an opportunity to stand up to Big Tobacco and protect our children.
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Blacks needs to join discussion on the economy

Blacks needs to join discussion on the economyOne's worldview or social perspective is mainly informed by a matrix of different socioeconomic and political circumstances. A polling of Black America about the current "recovery" of the economy of the United States would produce a dramatically different set of responses from the polling results of White America That is because the vast economic inequality between Blacks and whites in the U.S. today appears to be escalating.
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Politicizing donations to Clinton Foundation

Politicizing donations to Clinton FoundationLike the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the world's largest philanthropy that primarily funds education, world health and population projects, the Clinton Foundation was established to address such issues as climate change, global health, economic development, health and wellness and problems involving women and girls.
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Overmedicating children in foster care

Overmedicating children in foster careOn any given day nearly one in four children in foster care is taking at least one psychotropic medication—more than four times the rate for all children. Nearly half of children living in residential treatment centers or group homes take psychotropic medications. Children in foster care are more likely to be prescribed multiple psychotropic medications at very high doses, although research shows higher doses can result in serious side effects.
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To Be Equal: A message for the Class of 2015

To Be Equal: A message for the Class of 2015"Life for me ain't been no crystal stair. / It's had tacks in it, /And splinters, / And boards torn up, / And places with no carpet on the floor—Bare. / But all the time / I'se been a-climbin' on, / And reachin' landin's, / And turnin' corners, / And sometimes goin' in the dark / Where there ain't been no light. / So, boy, don't you turn back." – Langston Hughes, "Mother to Son," 1922
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Michelle Obama resists taking the easy way out

Michelle Obama resists taking the easy way outMore than any other first lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama continues to stand above those who would attempt to distort her leadership. First Lady Obama's recent commencement address at the Tuskegee University in Alabama exemplified her courage to speak truth to the world without fear of repercussions.
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Jay-Z and Beyoncé are following a rich tradition

Jay-Z and Beyoncé are following a rich traditionHip-hop culture is about transformation. It is more than a global genre of music. Hip-hop is a transcendent cultural phenomena that speaks to the soul, mind, body and spirit of what it means to dare to change the world into a better place. Hip-hop is not just about acquiring funds or "stacking paper." It is also about giving back. I have personally been a long term advocate for the unbridled intellectual genius and social consciousness of hip-hop.
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