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The Greater Church of Deliverance Inc. joins with millions across this nation who mourn the loss of another life and the senseless murder of another African-American male at the hands
Police have a civic duty to protect and serve individuals, but like most people who hold a great deal of authority, their powers are sometimes abused. Unfortunately, police brutality is
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Many people might not think about it, but hunger is a devastating condition. Without food, human bodies, including our brains,
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As a kid I remember always gathering at an uncle’s house after a funeral. It was the place to play cards,
The most casual of sports fans lost a friend when Stuart Scott passed away on Sunday, Jan. 4. The ESPN