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Jack Burkman, lawyer, community activist and director of The Profiling Project, filed a lawsuit in October 2017 against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee. On Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, Burkman announced he is now including Donna Brazile, the former interim DNC chair. This action comes as a result of her dropping two bombshells in her…

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President Trump used to love calling former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton “crooked Hillary” during the bitter and divisive 2016 campaign. But now Trump’s sentiments  — and the beliefs of those on the political right — are being corroborated from the most unlikely of sources: Clinton’s former friend and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile. Brazile, a former CNN…

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South Carolina pastor Mark Burns attended a rally in North Carolina Monday, at which Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie engaged in a Q&A session. Before the Republican presidential candidates came onstage, the televangelist and staunch Trump supporter addressed the Lenoir-Rhyne University crowd and said that Democratic candidate Senator Bernie Sanders “doesn’t believe in…

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Following a rousing introduction by Spelman College’s retiring president Beverly Daniel Tatum, the commencement’s 2015 keynote speaker and highly-touted political strategist who has been described by The New York Times as having “political opinions as fiery as Tabasco,” Donna Brazile graciously rose to the podium to take her place in front of the 480 class of 2015…

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When it comes to diversity in politics the Democratic Party has been at the forefront. With issues ranging from LGBT initiatives, immigration to minority rights, most concerned voters feel that the Democratic National Committee is reaching out by using various consulting agencies. However the consulting agencies they are using lack diversity themselves. “There is a…

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The life, legacy and lessons of Nelson Mandela Today, as we mourn the loss of of one of history’s most transformational leaders, let us also pay tribute to his life and legacy. Let us dedicate ourselves to remembering his lessons and continue his efforts to spread Democracy, freedom and equality across the globe. Nelson Mandela…

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Check out the events happening in your city.   Donate a coat and take part in the MLK Day of Service 2012. (16301 Ford Rd., Dearborn, Mich., 48228; 18000 Vernier Rd., Eastland Shopping Center, Harper Woods, Mich., 48225, 9321 Telegraph Rd., Redford, Mich., 48239, 28746 Dequindre Rd., Warren, Mich., 48092) Jan. 1 to Jan. 16 Donate…

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Just like an “Oprah’s Favorite Things” show, the media mogul Oprah Winfrey, mixed motivational messages of self-discovery and “being your best self” with a gaggle of gifts and treated thousands of women in Atlanta to a day of thoughtful discourse.  And most of Oprah’s expert friends and O magazine contributors were on hand to advise,…

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Women reign with beauty and pain, forever working to improve and gain. They lend their prominence, to buoy a race and promote cultural eminence. They are the sustainers and the value added in humanity. When one looks at the mothers of the world, we see the caregiver, the nurturer as she emerges from girlhood, we…

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The Steed Society and Comerica Bank hosted the sixth annual Top 25 Women of Houston Awards at the Houstonian Ballroom on Friday, Oct. 7. A remarkable group of women were lauded for their accomplishments in their respective fields with  friends, family, colleagues and former Top 25 alum looking on. “It is in this annual recognition…

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Sources inside the Beltway have confirmed that the interim national chair  for the Democratic National Committee will be longtime Democratic Party member Donna Brazile, a well-known political strategist, professor at Georgetown University, author and columnist. Prior to this most recent appointment, Brazile served as the Democratic National Committee’s vice chair of voter registration and participation. Brazile is the author…

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