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When you look at Africa, what do you see? Do you see a continent that is full of problems – unemployment, disease, hunger and insecurity – a place where everything is wrong and nothing works?...

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Leaked emails from Sony pictures contained a long list of surprises for the American public.  Some of these surprises were racial, some were political, and some of them were just business-related.   One of the...

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The following open letter comes from Revolva, an internationally-renowned hula hoop dancer, circus sensation, writer and character performer.  It was originally posted on her site, revolva.net.  You can find her on Facebook and Twitter. To achieve...

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These are the 5 most unequal cities in America

December 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Simi Afroza Mira There are cities in America that are iconic and familiar to everyone.  They attract tourists and celebrities and they are easily recognized because of their skyline or by a simple sign....

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By La Verne Amigo The release of the new Nike Air Jordan sneakers caused an uproar as shoppers elbowed each other just to grab a few pairs. Sold at $200 a pair, the Air Jordan...

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By Hira Waqar Credit Unions are non-profit financial cooperatives that provide credit, savings, and other financial products and services to their members at a low rate of interest. The purpose of these cooperatives is to pool...

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By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses The modern woman is more educated, has much more money and more choices than her counterpart of 40 years ago and yet she is generally unhappy. I saw a Facebook post by...

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By: Angela L. Braden What’s trending in Hollywood these days? According to Sony co-chair, Amy Pascal, movie stars getting television deals and new black babies are the booming trends. On November 24th, hackers managed to...

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by Dr Boyce Watkins The case of Gabriella Calhoun is as disturbing as many of the other incidents occurring around the country.  The main difference in this case, however, is that the victim is a...

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By Simi Afroza Mira When the recession hit, everyone from every race was affected financially, but it seems that white people are making a better recovery than blacks and Hispanics. Due to the outcomes from this recovery,...

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