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NNPA President Chavis reacts to Ferguson decision

    NNPA President Chavis reacts to Ferguson decision

Statement by NNPA President, Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. on Grand Jury Decision in Ferguson, MO about the Killing of Michael Brown: Today’s announcement that the Grand Jury decided not

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Hatchett to keynote C2C 2014

    Hatchett to keynote C2C 2014

Judge Glenda Hatchett will be the keynote speaker for the 11th annual Corner 2 Corner (C2C) Drug Dealers and Street Life Conference at Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St.,

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Editorial: Randall Lindsay and White Men Rule (continued)

    Editorial: Randall Lindsay and White Men Rule (continued)

Who is standing for Randall Lindsay? Americans didn’t bother to vote in the recent General Elections, and pollsters and analysts are postulating as to why. We have our own theory

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Editorial: Dems failed black candidates

    Editorial: Dems failed black candidates

A total of $172 million. That was the record amount the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) raised in 2013 and 2014. But that money was poorly spent, which helped account

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Fundraiser to support women in transition

    Fundraiser to support women in transition

(pictured above:  Attendees mill around the 2011 event.) The 19th annual Chili Luncheon for the YWCA’s Hawley House and Project New

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Employee donations keep vets warm

    Employee donations keep vets warm

(pictured above:  Sherill Hebron, Sylvia Pegram, Delores Smith, Nameen Hebron and Toyrie McPhaul, wireless customer service specialists, pose with some of

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For Seniors Only!: Volunteers Needed!

    For Seniors Only!: Volunteers Needed!

Crisis Control Ministry Is Looking for A Few Good Volunteers By Vicki Jones, Director of Community Outreach and Volunteers Clients

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Several honored at heart walk

    Several honored at heart walk

(pictured above:  The walkers begin their trek through Tanglewood Park.) By Wednesday, Nov. 19, the American Heart Association hopes to

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Festival gives young and old taste of various religions

    Festival gives young and old taste of various religions

(pictured above:  Arts and crafts tables around Bryant Hall were active with participants for three hours.) More than 200 youth

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Editorial: Dems have no consistent message

    Editorial: Dems have no  consistent message

Pundits are likely to spend the next several weeks attempting to explain the many reasons that Republicans simply kicked the

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