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A call to action: My brother's keeper initiative

A call to action: My brother's keeper initiativeAm I my brother's keeper?

The My Brother's Keeper initiative was launched in late February by President Barack Obama to create equal access to opportunities by eliminating barriers to success faced by young men of color. It focuses on unveiling the full potential of young men of color through an assets-based approach. The president shared his own personal experience of growing up without a father in the home and making some bad choices. However, he also highlights what led to his success.
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Lunds: Speaking customers' languages

Lunds: Speaking customers' languagesMore than 30 years ago, I was a young immigrant who made his long journey from Egypt – a very old country, but to America, a very new country.
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Pluria Marshall, Jr. Group purchases three TV Stations

Pluria Marshall, Jr. Group purchases three TV StationsPluria Marshall Jr. has purchased three FOX-affiliated television full-power stations – KLJB-TV in Davenport, Iowa; KMSS-TV in Shreveport, La., and KPEJ-TV in Odessa, Tex. For $58.5 million through his Marshall Broadcasting Group (MBG – pending Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval.
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P.J. Patterson: Jamaica suffering from severe decline in moral values

P.J. Patterson: Jamaica suffering from severe decline in moral valuesTwo decades after he launched a national 'Values and Attitude' campaign to arrest Jamaica's moral declines, a former Prime Minister believes conditions have gotten worse instead of improving.
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Trayvon Martin's friend Rachel Jeantel: 'I'm still standing'

Trayvon Martin's friend Rachel Jeantel: 'I'm still standing'WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As Rachel Jeantel inched toward a high school diploma, she tried to keep in mind that she had a promise to keep. Her slain friend, Trayvon Martin, would have wanted her to finish school, and she had promised his parents and other supporters that she would.
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Jackson praises Google for releasing equal-employment data

Jackson praises Google for releasing equal-employment dataThe Rev. Jesse Jackson said Internet search engine giant Google has done the right thing by releasing data of how many minorities and women it employs.
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Ray Boone, crusading editor, champion journalist, dead at 76

Ray Boone, crusading editor, champion journalist, dead at 76(Richmond Free Press) - Raymond Harold "Ray" Boone had a snappy response when the infuriated commander at an Army outpost in South Carolina threatened to lock him in the stockade for staying seated when the band played the Southern anthem "Dixie."
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DJ Snuggles: National Beatbox Champion Presents "That Beat" Music Series

DJ Snuggles: National Beatbox Champion Presents Ask any fan of Hip-Hop culture what the "basic elements" are and most will tell you MCing (rapping), DJing, Graffiti, and Breakdancing (B-Boying/B-Girling).
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New tobacco 'apology' ads plan still excludes most Black media

New tobacco 'apology' ads plan still excludes most Black mediaWASHINGTON (NNPA) – A revised plan for major tobacco companies to purchase court-ordered ads to admit that they deliberately misled the public about the dangers of smoking would add nine White-owned newspapers to the list of publications carrying tobacco 'apology' ads but shut out more than 90 percent of Black newspapers and all Black-owned radio and television stations, according to documents filed in federal court.
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The State of Black America

The State of Black AmericaNew York – The National Urban League released its 38th edition of "State of Black America – One Nation Underemployed: Jobs Rebuild America," which explores how un- and under-employment have widened the divide between the nation's richest and poorest and transformed the dream of upward mobility into a reality of diminishing prospects.
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MUL commemorates Civil Rights Act of 1964

MUL commemorates Civil Rights Act of 1964This year marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the landmark legislation that set the stage for the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
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