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Pope Francis Wants To Change The Lord’s Prayer

By Daily News

Pope Francis wants to deliver us from a line in “The Lord’s Prayer”

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Smithsonian National Museum Of African American History & Culture Turns Out To Be Washington DC’s Biggest Attaction

By Forbes.com

Nevermind long lines at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

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Virginia Beach To Become First In Its Region To Grant Paid Maternity Leave To Workers

By PilotOnline.com

When a full-time city employee gave birth to her son last year, she used two weeks

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Black Thanksgiving: Why Are Mac And Cheese And Potato Salad Thanksgiving Staples?

By Washington Post

A year ago, I wrote a humorous piece about Thanksgiving based on a virally successful satirical

Father Of 11 Killed After Defending Son From Sneaker Robber

By NJ.com

JERSEY CITY – A father of 11 was stabbed to death Tuesday night at home by a teenager who tried robbing his 8-year-old son

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Most White Americans Believe They Are Being Discriminated Against

By NPR.com

A majority of whites say discrimination against them exists in America today,

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Black Man Who Advocated For Confederate Flag Killed In Car Crash

By Washington Post

Anthony Hervey was on his way home to Oxford, Miss., when the car carrying him and fellow activist

In Order To Give Your Kids The Best Chance At Success, Science Says Parents Should Be Doing These 9 Things

By Inc.

Much has been written about the attributes of high-achieving adults,

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South Shore : The Eviction Capital of Chicago

By Chicago Reader

Of the dozen evictions one four-deputy squad from the Cook County sheriff’s office set out to enforce on the south side last Friday, none ended in a screaming match, armed showdown,

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Hasidic Neighborhood in Brooklyn Hold A Bulk of Section 8 Vouchers

By NY Daily News

Little boys in yarmulkes peer from apartment balconies, watching the men below toss bread into a bonfire.

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10 Words And Phrases You Probably Didn’t Know Have Racist Origins

By Attn

Watch the words that come out your mouth — they just might have an unsavory history you don’t know about or insinuate offensive things you don’t mean.

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Why Are White People Expats And Everyone Else Are Immigrants?

By The Guardian

In the lexicon of human migration there are still hierarchical words

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Why The Black Community Loves Fidel Castro

By NBC Miami

Fidel Castro, the father of communist Cuba who led the country for nearly half a century

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Two Police Officers Quit In Support Of Standing Rock Water Protectors

By The Mind Unleashed

Earlier today it was reported by Redhawk at Standing Rock in North Dakota that two police officers

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Obama Administration Approves Two New Pipelines

By U.S. Uncut

While the U.S. Department of Justice temporarily

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Shame: Nearly 200,000 People Applied for 14 Affordable Apartments in Brooklyn

By Gwynne Hogan

BROOKLYN — The chance of scoring an affordable apartment in Bushwick is one in 13,000, according to city officials.

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Skeletal remains found in 19th century vault in Washington Square Park

By The New York Post

City workers made a stunning discovery this week when they stumbled upon a 19th century burial vault

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Landlord Brothers under arrest for trying to force tenants out of rent stabilized apartments

By ABC 7

A pair of landlord brothers in Brooklyn are under arrest and facing unlawful eviction and other charges

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Homelessness is directly tied into racism

By the Huffington Post

The United States faces a deeply troublesome, maddeningly persistent racial gap in income and wealth

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Synthetic marijuana is taking over East Harlem neighborhood

By The New York Times

It was early afternoon when the man with the twitching legs was dragged from the ground into an ambulance.