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Charlotte African-American church rallies behind Trump - Charlotte Observer
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Charlotte ObserverCharlotte African-American church rallies behind TrumpCharlotte Observerin an African-American church might seem a strange scene to some. But Trump's controversial remarks about women and minorities don't dissuade these church members, who see him as the candidate who will promote economic opportunity and moral ...and more »
 
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African-American senator pens 'Open Letter to America' - San Antonio Express-News (subscription)
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African-American senator pens 'Open Letter to America'San Antonio Express-News (subscription)“It's about how African-Americans in general feel about how they're being perceived by their white colleagues, and persons who just don't know them. It's my trust that it will stimulate some conversations between Anglos and African-Americans so they ...
 
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Picturing Frederick Douglass - BU Today
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BU TodayPicturing Frederick DouglassBU TodayArguably the most influential African American of the 19th century, the former slave Frederick Douglass was not only one of the leaders of the movement to abolish slavery, but also a best-selling author, diplomat, lecturer, and newspaper publisher. In ...
 
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African-American women tell stories, express themselves through narrative quilts - Charleston Post Courier
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Charleston Post CourierAfrican-American women tell stories, express themselves through narrative quiltsCharleston Post CourierDr. Marlene O'Bryant-Seabrook's quilt, “They Paved The Way,” includes those killed fighting for civil rights in the 1950s and 1960s at the top, leaders and events in gold bricks and West African cowrie shells, including 13 gold-painted ones for the ...and more&n
 
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More African-Americans favoring owning guns, but racial inequity alleged on exercise of rights - Columbus Dispatch
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Columbus DispatchMore African-Americans favoring owning guns, but racial inequity alleged on exercise of rightsColumbus DispatchFor decades, African-American gun owners say, they've battled racism from within pro-gun circles as well as scorn from fellow African-Americans who don't always share their view of gun ownership as a civil-rights imperative. There are signs that ...More Blacks Tha
 
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New park honors Austin's first African-American police officer - KVUE.com
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KVUE.comNew park honors Austin's first African-American police officerKVUE.comAUSTIN - A new park with a very special significance opened in the Mueller District area of Northeast Austin on Saturday. A grand opening celebration was held for John Gaines Park, named in honor of Austin's first African-American police officer ...and more »
 
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As racial tensions rise, African American officers stand at the crossroads - USA TODAY
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USA TODAYAs racial tensions rise, African American officers stand at the crossroadsUSA TODAYBefore Baton Rouge Police Officer Montrell Jackson died in a hail of bullets last weekend, he wrote a poignant Facebook post that reverberated around the world. Two days after the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile sparked widespread ...Local police, African-American leaders speak out on police-c
 
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Frankie Meyer: New museum features African-American historical figures - Joplin Globe
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Culture TypeFrankie Meyer: New museum features African-American historical figuresJoplin Globe24, a new Smithsonian museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, is opening in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama will cut the ribbon for the occasion. A three-day Freedom Sounds music festival will be held to mark the ...Coming Soon: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Smithson
 
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Republican convention had few African Americans - CBS News
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CBS NewsRepublican convention had few African AmericansCBS NewsAnyone watching the Republican convention probably noticed the obvious: it was white - on and off the stage. Party officials won't say exactly how many delegates are African American. In June, it was reported that 18 black delegates, less than 1 ...Jones: Whites have long stolen, benefited from African-American culturePhilly.comThe
 
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Poor African-American men have lowest likelihood of overall survival - Science Daily
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Poor African-American men have lowest likelihood of overall survivalScience DailyThe study recruited 3,720 participants, who self-identified as either white or African American, and poverty status was defined as above or below 125 percent of U.S. federal poverty guidelines. The majority of study participants were African American...and more »
 
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