Black Lives Matter Movement Experiencing Growing Pains
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Black Lives Matter Movement Experiencing Growing Pains

JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of Black Lives Matter activists, black…

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Black Lives Matter Isn’t Stopping
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Black Lives Matter Isn’t Stopping

VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (Politico) – Memo to 2016 candidates from Black Lives Matter: We will…

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Bernie Sanders, Black Lives Matter, and the Political Wisdom of Holding Allies Accountable
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Bernie Sanders, Black Lives Matter, and the Political Wisdom of Holding Allies Accountable

(Brookings Institution) – Last Saturday, Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator running to the left of…

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A Year After Ferguson, Washington Still Working on Police Reforms
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A Year After Ferguson, Washington Still Working on Police Reforms

(CBS News) – One year ago, after the death of Michael Brown and the overblown…

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Black Lives Matter: How a Death in Ferguson Sparked a Movement in America
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Black Lives Matter: How a Death in Ferguson Sparked a Movement in America

(CBS News) – One year ago, the nation watched as the city of Ferguson, Mo.,…

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In a Change from 2008, Clinton Talking Often about Race
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In a Change from 2008, Clinton Talking Often about Race

Bill Barrow, ASSOCIATED PRESS   GREENVILLE, South Carolina (AP) — In her second bid for…

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Loretta Lynch to NAACP: ‘Our Work is Not Finished’
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Loretta Lynch to NAACP: ‘Our Work is Not Finished’

By Samaria Bailey Special to the NNPA from the Philadelphia Tribune PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Attorney General…

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NAACP Chief Cornell W. Brooks, Leaders Focus on Future
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NAACP Chief Cornell W. Brooks, Leaders Focus on Future

“We find ourselves at crossroads in history” By Larry Miller Special to the NNPA from…

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Budget Cuts May Imperil Blacks from Checking Out Public Libraries
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Budget Cuts May Imperil Blacks from Checking Out Public Libraries

By Jazelle Hunt Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA)—Between the rise of digital media, changing social landscapes,…

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Looking at New Options in Social and Criminal Justice
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Looking at New Options in Social and Criminal Justice

by C. Denise Johnson Special to the NNPA from the New Pittsburgh Courier Award winning…

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