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Correct me if I’m wrong, but how many times did “the poor” or “lower class” populations come up during the presidential campaigns, and what does this mean for those who make up that population especially those who, inadvertently or consequently, lost their rights including the right to vote? I’m speaking of those who are entangled…

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With few hours left in the presidential election, many of those in the inner-city complex as well as suburban areas feel strongly about their role in electing the right candidate. What is the common thread among both groups? It reaches deeper than healthcare issues or foreign policies. A generational legacy is being created when you…

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President Barack Obama’s influence on culture remains immeasurable. For the first time in history, the President of the United Stated of America was admired so much that sneakers, hats, shirts and other clothing items were created in his likeness. Although most of the items that feature the president are sold on the black market or…

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D. Alexander Bullock, a renowned minister, activist and educator, is an accomplished and much-respected figure in Detroit’s  political arena. The ardent advocate with a number of significant political and social victories to his credit, acknowledges grassroots organizing is key and will be critical in determining the outcome of this historic presidential election. “Every person must…

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(CNN) — A referendum that would constitutionally ban same-sex marriages in North Carolina is in the spotlight Tuesday, as three states hold primaries. Amendment One would alter North Carolina’s constitution to say that “marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this State.”…

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