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The violence this past weekend in Charlottesville, Va., further underscores the urgency of rooting out domestic terrorists who have become more emboldened during the political rise of their chosen leader – now president – Donald Trump.

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Latest shooting shows her officers lack training, prone to violence

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On Feb. 20 the United Nations declared a state of famine in South Sudan. Man-made crisis and conflict had left 4.9 million in need of urgent food assistance and at least 100,000 in immediate danger of death by starvation.

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Editor’s note: One of the photos that accompanies this commentary is graphic in nature but was included to underscore the urgent need for us to address the issue of violence within our community. 

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Richland County Senior Deputy Sheriff Ben Fields seemed to think the only way he could get a young black girl out of her seat was to fling her across the room. His brutal attack on her was filmed by one of her classmates, and it’s a good thing he documented the incident. It was said that the…

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Saint Paul is following the lead of Minneapolis and considering an ordinance designed to protect our young people from the harms of flavored tobacco. This ordinance will remove candy and fruity-flavored tobacco, including tropical fusion cigars, berry chewing tobacco, pineapple shisha, and c…

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There is an old African proverb that says: “Where you put your wealth signifies where and how your life’s priorities are ordered.” Such is the case when one views where and how corporate America invests its wealth beyond the boardroom and the stock market. There are some companies, however, …

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Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last 20 years share one thing in common: all of the perpetrators were suffering or had suffered from some form of mental illness. Although most of the mass murderers were white, it is an issue that quietly ravages the Black community.