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New Grants Give Out Millions to Preserve African-American History - Smithsonian
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SmithsonianNew Grants Give Out Millions to Preserve African-American HistorySmithsonianNow, reports National Parks Traveler, the National Park Service will combat that by giving out millions of dollars of grants to sites and projects that have to do with the Civil Rights Movement and African-American history. The news came the same day ...
 
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Director focuses on African-American student enrollment, engagement - UTA The Shorthorn
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UTA The ShorthornDirector focuses on African-American student enrollment, engagementUTA The ShorthornThe center's liberal arts minor program enables students to study and develop a deeper understanding of the history, culture and socioeconomic well-being pertaining to African-Americans, according to the center's program guide. Shelton said he ...
 
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Should African American leaders and celebs keep meeting with Trump? - MyAJC
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MyAJCShould African American leaders and celebs keep meeting with Trump?MyAJCJohn Lewis is just the latest salvo in a string of racially-charged remarks, such as when he described African Americans as “living in hell” in inner cities. The Republican's endorsement of policies like stop and frisk have left African-Americans wary ...
 
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Little-known African-American chefs fed presidents more than just food - USA TODAY
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USA TODAYLittle-known African-American chefs fed presidents more than just foodUSA TODAYDENVER – Our national palate owes a vast debt to African-American cooks and chefs who've largely been whitewashed from the history books, but a growing ...and more »
 
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African American Organizations to Honor Newly Appointed Executive Director of the California League of Cities - Sacramento Observer
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African American Organizations to Honor Newly Appointed Executive Director of the California League of CitiesSacramento Observer(SACRAMENTO) – The newly appointed Executive Director of the League of California Cities will be honored by a number of statewide African American organizations Thursday evening in Sacramento. Carolyn Coleman, the first Black woman to serve in the ...
 
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African American Religious Affairs - People For the American Way (press release)
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African American Religious AffairsPeople For the American Way (press release)The African American Religious Affairs program works to build a strong association of progressive pastors, clergy, theologians, seminarians and ministry lay leaders who will encourage African American churches and communities to become more civically ...
 
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Report: APD used force against, racially profiled African-Americans more than any group - Community Impact Newspaper
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Report: APD used force against, racially profiled African-Americans more than any groupCommunity Impact NewspaperAustin police officers in 2015 stopped African-Americans more and used force against them more frequently than any other ethnic group, a new report shows. The full annual report was released Tuesday by the Office of the Austin Police Monitor, which ...and more »
 
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'We had something': African Americans look back with pride and pain on Obama's tenure - The Seattle Times
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The Seattle Times'We had something': African Americans look back with pride and pain on Obama's tenureThe Seattle TimesThe 92-year-old Stokes, a former school librarian and the widow of Charles Stokes, King County's first African-American legislator and district judge, has seen quite a few presidents in her time. She even met one, Richard Nixon, along with a parade of ...and more&n
 
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Tennessee Valley Authority elects 1st African-American chair - Artesia Daily Press
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Chattanooga Times Free PressTennessee Valley Authority elects 1st African-American chairArtesia Daily PressKNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A federal agency in Tennessee has elected an African-American to be chairperson for the first time in its 83-year history. V. Lynn Evans will also be the first woman, and the first person from Memphis, to lead the Tennessee ...TVA elects first African-American, first
 
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African-Americans reflect on eight years with a black president - MyPalmBeachPost
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MyPalmBeachPostAfrican-Americans reflect on eight years with a black presidentMyPalmBeachPostIn interviews across the country at the twilight of Obama's presidency, many African-Americans credited the “hope and change” president with reforming unfair sentencing procedures, bringing health insurance to millions and holding violent police ...Obama, Spending Power Drives Consumer Confidence a
 
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