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Civil Rights Groups Sue Texas over Voter Citizenship Question

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Civil rights organizations are suing Texas officials about alleged plans to purge thousands of naturalized citizens from its voter rolls, a move that intentionally targets minority voters, according to their lawsuit. The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, the national ACLU, the Texas Civil Rights Project, Demos, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights …

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PHILANTHROPRENEUR JOHN SHAW-WOO LAUNCHES NOIR BLACK BUSINESS SOCIAL CLUB INC.

*Louisville, KY  — According to nationwide 2016 Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs, African-Americans own 2.2 percent of employer-owned businesses, in contrast to their total representation of 13.4 percent of the overall population. In response to these astounding statistics, local business-owner and entrepreneur announces launch of business social club focused on solutions to support and enhance the business efforts for local black-owned businesses. …

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Preserved by Purpose: Tales from the Pole

“It’s what you used to slide down!” blurted out the 25-year-old brother to his 5 months pregnant 23-year-old sister.   For a few seconds, everyone at the table was too shocked to do anything but look down at the Taboo game pieces.   The awkward silence that followed was broken when the young lady quickly grabbed her purse and car keys and …

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