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Cardi B and Bernie Sanders are encouraging young people to take an interest in politics. The “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker met with the 2020 presidential democratic candidate to discuss political issues. She wrote on Instagram: “Not me, US. Thank you, Senator Bernie Sanders, for sitting with me and sharing your plans on how you will change this country.…

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“Elections have consequences, and at the end of the day, I won.” These were the words spoken on Jan. 23, 2009, by then-President Barack Obama to House Republican Whip Eric Cantor. Fast-forward to our present reality, and we see the wisdom of Obama’s words even clearer. Many will attempt to sanitize the emergence of this…

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Last Tuesday’s Georgia primary election had a host of runoffs and razor-thin margins of victory for many candidates. Now, Dekalb County, Georgia, leaders that include Attorney Mawuli Davis and Gerald Griggs, SCLC leader Nate Miller and NAACP leader Teresa Hardy and candidate Pastor Sabrina McKenzie are raising an alarm for voters. At issue are outstanding…

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In recent news, Sean “Diddy” Combs has been very vocal about African Americans taking charge of their community in reference to the current election. Combs is advocating for exercising voting rights and believes millennials will play a pivotal role on which candidate will take office next. “I believe we shouldn’t give up our vote so…

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Publisher Victor Shiblie has dedicated the past 21 years to the The Washington Diplomat, a respected news source for Washington’s political community. The monthly newspaper boasts 120,000 readers and it is distributed to 180 foreign embassies throughout the city. In addition to running a national publication, Shiblie has traveled the world creating in-depth, on-the-scene reports and a…

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In “that’s not what you said earlier” news, Sean “Diddy” Combs looks to have made a complete 180 degree turn regarding his stance of the importance of voting. Diddy, whose Citizen Change political service group spearheaded the popular and celebrity-heavy “Vote or Die” campaign in 2004, is singing a different tune these days. The music mogul revealed…

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It worked. The protests, voter education and the shedding of the blood of an innocent have changed the power structure in Ferguson, Missouri. The first municipal elections since the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown occurred April 7, and despite severe weather, voter turnout doubled. In previous elections only 12.3 percent of registered voters turned…

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  Voting and the hip-hop discrimination that happens by both parties, both Democrat and Republican, can be seen as you look at high impact sites that are actually reaching the demographic that is not selectively picked by those who mask their intelligence of the African American community. Their mask of intelligence is also suppressing the…

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