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Afrodescendientes: Revel Spirit: Blending two cultures, two worlds into one destiny

Afrodescendientes: Revel Spirit: Blending two cultures, two worlds into one destinyMore than the blending of two cultures and two worlds, Revel Spirits is the blending of an entrepreneurial dream. The crossing of paths for Micah McFarlane, an African-American music producer and promoter and that of Mexican native Hector Ruiz, an executive chef and restaurateur can only be attributed to destiny.
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OPINION | Less scrolling and scanning, more digesting

OPINION | Less scrolling and scanning, more digestingTied to our electronic devices, most of us do a lot of scrolling these days: scanning our Facebook newsfeeds and tweets, skimming favorite blogs and online news sources. The result, says Nicholas Carr ("Is Google Making Us Stupid?" and The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains), is that we're losing our capacity to concentrate, contemplate, reflect, even as what we're reading is often purposely kept shorter in response to our shortened attention spans. All of this has consequences for the quality, depth, and tone of the discourse that we can engage in about important matters.
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National Association of African American Owned Media files $10 billion lawsuit against AT&T and DirecTV

National Association of African American Owned Media files $10 billion lawsuit against AT&T and DirecTV100 percent African American owned media shut out by AT&T and DirecTV

LOS ANGELES – The National Association of African American Owned Media (NAAAOM) filed a $10 billion dollar lawsuit against AT&T, Inc., AT&T Services, Inc., AT&T Mobility LLC and DirecTV for race discrimination in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1866.
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4RM+ULA boosting its profile while boosting minority ranks

4RM+ULA boosting its profile while boosting minority ranksJames Watson would have a hard time explaining the successes of James Garrett, Jr. and Nathan Johnson, two St. Paul Central High School graduates.
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Ellison town hall meeting: Parent, community engagement critical for culture of achievement

Ellison town hall meeting: Parent, community engagement critical for culture of achievementNorth Minneapolis educators, parents, business and agency leaders last month joined Kim Ellison, Minneapolis School Board member who represents District 2 (north Minneapolis) in the first in a series of town hall meetings looking to fix an education system that is consistently failing Black children and families.
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A perverted view of Black on Black crime

A perverted view of Black on Black crimeIn the aftermath of a Black teen being killed in Ferguson, Mo., former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was asked a simple question on the NBC television's "Meet the Press." Do you think that Blacks have a legitimate complaint about racial discrimination by police in their communities?
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Transit improvements are coming to West Broadway

Transit improvements are coming to West BroadwayMass transit is an important resource to north Minneapolis residents in particular.

According to recent census data, 27 percent of households in the area do not own a car, compared to 18 percent of households in Minneapolis as a whole. Of the 200 Metro Transit bus routes, four routes that run on or cross West Broadway are among the 12 most popular. One of those, Route 14, travels along West Broadway between Robbinsdale and downtown Minneapolis and has approximately 6,300 weekday riders. Investments in transit infrastructure to improve travel speed, increase reliability, enhance the ride and create faster connections will benefit the thousands that already rely on transit, and make transit a more viable mode of transportation for additional residents.
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39th Dr. Michael T. Fagin Pan African Student Leadership Conference will be held at MSU Edina

39th Dr. Michael T. Fagin Pan African Student Leadership Conference will be held at MSU Edina The year 2015 will mark the 39th celebration of the Dr. Michael T. Fagin Pan African Student Leadership Conference. This year also marks a significant change for the conference in that it will be temporarily relocated from the Minnesota State University, Mankato campus to Minnesota State Mankato's Edina location (7700 France Ave.) to share the event with a wider audience and gauge the level of interest in the conference in the Twin Cities.
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Area officials, groups praise Obama actions on immigration

Area officials, groups praise Obama actions on immigrationIn a historic moment, the nation's first non-white president took bold action in issuing several executive orders in regards to America's immigration policy.
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No indictment of Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown; many outraged

No indictment of Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown; many outraged
Reaction from most in the Black community and many whites regarding the St. Louis County Grand Jury’s refusal to indict a white police officer who killed an unarmed Black teen has been one of outrage. 
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Ellison announces $1.5 million affordable housing grant

Ellison announces $1.5 million affordable housing grantRep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines announced more than $1.5 in grant funding for affordable housing projects in Minnesota.

The announcement came this past Tuesday (Nov. 25) at the office of Habitat for Humanity of Minnesota, 2401 Lowry Ave. NE. According to the congressman, the affordable housing grants will be used to construct housing units for more than 160 families. According to Ellison, the families receiving the grants are in great need.
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