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The return of federal consent decrees
The executive branch will have the authority to investigate police departments that are violating the civil rights of citizens.
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Black CEOs uphold American democracy
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Black CEOs uphold American democracy
Prominent Black business CEOs have rescued American democracy. They united in unequivocal opposition to efforts of numerous states to establish voting rights restrictions. They asserted that “voting is the lifeblood of our democracy … and is the most basic and fundamental right of all Americans.”
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It pays to keep property values up
Not everyone can afford the cost of living in a high-rent area, but it is good to acquire the practice and etiquette of doing so in order to be ready to buy your dream house when the opportunity arises.
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Pathetically misled
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Pathetically misled
Elections should be won because voters are knowledgeable and fully persuaded of the value of the voters’ choices. There is no place for trickery in a democracy
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A major media distortion of the Nation of Islam
On April 2, Noah R. Green, a 25-year-old resident of Virginia, drove his car into the security fencing around the U.S. Capitol, and thereby killed one security officer, William F. Evans, and injured another. According to reports, he was motivated by the Nation of Islam.
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Rollins leads the way on local criminal justice reform
Voters should not forget that Rollins assumed great personal antagonism from those who are offended by the changes she has implemented. She took the risk and won for the citizens. She certainly earned and deserves public support.
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A rebellion to end democracy
Blacks, whites, Asians and Latinos in the same economic class should be united in efforts to gain support for government programs. The refusal of racists to work with others in order to achieve their own objectives demonstrates a serious level of hostility.
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Boston’s electorate is ready for change
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Boston’s electorate is ready for change
There has been some call for a mayor who is both Black and female. Who will emerge in the remaining eight months?
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The new Emancipator — 200 years too late
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The new Emancipator — 200 years too late
When businesses or sophisticated public service operations decide upon a name or a trademark to establish their identity, they are usually careful to avoid a choice that will provoke a negative reaction. However, such a careful process does not seem to apply to publication names that will involve Blacks. It certainly does not seem that the name “Emancipator” was thoroughly vetted.
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They don’t make them like they used to
The death of Vernon Jordan reminds us that during the Civil Rights Movement, it was not uncommon for young Blacks to assume major leadership positions.
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P-3 — delayed, but not forgotten
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P-3 — delayed, but not forgotten
As new buildings are going up along the waterfront, Blacks in Roxbury are wondering when construction will begin on the new development for P-3, the 7.5-acre lot on Tremont Street opposite police headquarters.
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Blacks must protect their power at the polls
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Blacks must protect their power at the polls
While Black activists are celebrating Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, conservatives are working to assure that their candidate will not lose the election in 2024. They understand the narrow difference between victory and defeat.
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