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Odie Donald, City Manager of South Fulton Georgia

On Feb. 1, 2018, the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (DOES) reported that the preliminary December job estimates show an increase of 4,200 jobs for a total of 2,713,400 jobs in the Washington Metropolitan Division. Former director of DOES Odie Donald II, is confident he will produce these types of results as he…

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In America, the Black Lives Matter movement has succeeded in reaching millions across the country. But internationally there seems to be a disregard for Black lives when it comes to terrorism in Africa. The recent attacks by ISIS in Paris shocked the world as the sight of bloodied, injured and dead White bodies flooded mainstream…

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  Atlanta filmmaker and photojournalist Ric Mathis welcomed a packed house for the premiere of his documentary Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave on Friday, November 13. The film opened with the man-on-the-street question, “If you died today, would you leave behind bills or benefits?”  While most stumbled through their answers, the film illustrated how the African…

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We all have to know that Eric Garner did not die in vain but there are others who are dying from the same pain through economic circumstances who were killed by the fact that their dreams have been diminished. The phrase “I can’t breathe” became a rallying cry of protesters because of a public murder that…

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There is a silent epidemic sweeping America and it affects the black community the hardest. This epidemic is autism and what is known as the Autism Spectrum Disorders, ASD. This condition is a developmental disability of severe chronic conditions due to mental and/or physical impairments. For people with developmental disabilities, major life activities such as…

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Dr. Julianne Malveaux stands as was one of the leading intellectuals in America. Her work as an economist has led to positions on the board of the Economic Policy Institute  and The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. After five years of serving as the president of Bennett College, Dr. Malveaux decided to step down in…

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