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Apr 21st

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Muslim American turned the biggest shopping day to a non-shopping day

On Black Friday where thousands of Americans headed to Mall of America for the biggest shopping day of the year to get an early head start on their Christmas shopping. At the same day, thousands of American Muslims here in Minnesota went to the Shopping Mecca of the world to celebrated their biggest religious festival; “Eid Aladha”, the scarifies feast commemorating the saving of Abraham son by the sheep.  A timely celebration for Muslim Americans who had a rough few weeks full of bad news, from  Major Nidal Islamic motive of going postal, to the trial of Sheikh Mohammed the master mind of 9/11, and the execution of Washington sniper John Muhammad; the people of Muhammad are behaving badly.
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Historic Health Care Bill passed in House, now Senate must act

(NNPA) - After winning this year's American League Eastern Division championship, the New York Yankees faced a gauntlet of 11 more games before they could claim their 27th World Series title. Each playoff victory took the team closer to its final goal, but as Yankee legend, Yogi Berra once said, "It ain't over till it's over." The same can be said about health care reform.
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Thanksgiving means lifting up each other

(NNPA) - The last five weeks of the year, the days beginning with Thanksgiving and moving through the New Year, are days when we all wind down.  Some of us don’t want to admit it, citing business as usual. But the fact is that from the first thanksgiving party to the last holiday gift exchange, we have collectively decided that the year is over and we can’t do much about it.
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We cannot sit idly by and watch our innocent children die

(NNPA) - For decades now, I have traveled across this nation to listen, learn and absorb the concerns and frustrations of the community.  I’ve marched with victims of police brutality, consoled families who have viciously lost loved ones and called for transparency and proper judicial proceedings for those that have been wrongfully victimized by our system. 
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Know your rights: What to do when you get pulled over

The lights flash in your rearview mirror, and from that moment on law enforcement is gathering evidence to make an arrest. Knowing your rights, what to do and what not do, during a traffic or DWI stop can potentially save you hundreds of dollars in fines, months off a potential license suspension, and even jail time.
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African Americans disproportionately affected by the economic downturn

The current recession has certainly taken its toll on everyone. From large corporations to small businesses to families, most of us can fairly say that, in some way, we have suffered a financial loss. But African Americans, more than any other group, are disproportionately affected by the economic downturn. We are losing jobs at faster rates and, as a result, our net wealth is decreasing. Amid reports of an improving economy, many are still worried about their financial futures. America must continue to support its citizens so that they may withstand this downturn and not come out worse for the wear.
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Hate crime prevention law recognizes gender, sexual orientation, disability

"When an individual is protesting society's refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him." Bayard Rustin
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