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Chief Executive visits the Southland, discusses Skid Row

By Gregg Reese, Our Weekly News Contributor “Today, more than 150 years after the end of the Civil War, America is again divided, by geography, party, ideology, economics and race.” —From “Is America Heading For Another Civil War?” By Austin Sarat on July 30, 2019. The debate over the merits of Donald John Trump’s presidency continue with no sign of …

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ACE Cash Express Raises $40,140 to Help Teachers Bring Supplies to Their Classrooms

DALLAS, Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — This year ACE Cash Express associates raised more than $40,140 for during ACE’s annual fundraising event, the Give A Little Campaign. Last year, ACE was able to support 140 classrooms and 3,500 students by giving each classroom a donation of $383 to buy school supplies. Over the past six years, ACE Cash Express has raised a cumulative total of $435,851 for classrooms …

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Black Kids Deserve This Treatment in School?

By Jeffrey L. Boney, NNPA Newswire Contributor Laughing at the humiliation and degradation of a young and impressionable Black boy is intolerable but having that type of behavior displayed by the people directly responsible for the education and development of that young Black child is even more despicable. Better yet, what if it was your child? Well, one family is …

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