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Another Black man has been shot by those sworn to protect and serve. Yet during this turmoil, we are expected to remain calm as we watch our loved ones continue to be slaughtered in the streets. Black Lives Matter, a global movement, has been at the forefront of the push for social justice, freedom and…

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After a week and a half of exhaustive and comprehensive post-election maneuvering, legal filings and dispatching scores of volunteers to the edges of the state to locate outstanding votes, former state representative Stacey Abrams, D-Georgia, has conceded the race for governor to Republican Brian Kemp. Abrams late Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, publicly acknowledged that Kemp will…

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Former Secretary of State Brian Kemp is guilty of committing assault on the American democratic process during the contentious race for Georgia governor, members of the Stacey Abrams campaign and several voters assert. A number of Georgia voters met at Abrams’ Atlanta campaign office on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, and described during a news conference numerous problems they faced…

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By  Erica Thomas and Lillie Mae Johnson The 2018 midterm election cycle has become the single most-watched election in almost a decade. Regardless of what happens on Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018, we will learn many lessons. Some will be joyous, while others will be extremely painful. Here is my breakdown: Wins: Actual wins and…

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Since the election of Donald Trump to the presidency, many people have stated on social media that they will miss former President Obama. These people have a good reason for this statement because the Trump presidency from day one has caused havoc worldwide. His executive order on immigration literally stopped legitimate immigrants and regular visitors from…

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A reactive President Donald Trump is on a quest to upset the very foundation of policies and actions that have united and divided Americans for the past 50 years. His executive orders so far have begun to change the Affordable Care Act, wWomen’s reproductive health issues and international trade. Trump incredibly is maintaining two separate Twitter…

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Voting has come to be a part of the African American experience only when recognized by major politicians, politicos, celebrities and the likes. In this mid-term election, the contradiction can be seen by the glaring absence of celebrities’ presence in the media to encourage the vote. Who could have been the pundits that have thought…

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Attorney, syndicated radio personality and the self-proclaimed No. 1 truthfighter Warren Ballentine  makes it clear the voting rights of disenfranchised Americans are under attack. The recent change and/or passage of Voter ID Laws – laws that require state-issued identification to vote at the polls – in various states across the U.S., have ruffled quite a…

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For the first time, a major Republican Party leader has admitted publicly what many have long suspected: that GOP party officials have discussed ways to greatly reduce the ability of the black electorate to vote. Former Florida Republican Party chairman Jim Greer says that GOP leaders in the important political state devised ways to prevent…

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A newly-released report suggests that voter ID laws in Pennsylvania could disenfranchise nearly 10 percent of that state’s population, or 750,000 people. The Republican-backed legislation was signed into law earlier this year. This gives you an idea about the GOP’s scandalous an dastardly (and unpatriotic, I might add) campaign to suppress minority voting rights. The…

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