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Gentrification Causes Urban De-negrofication

by Bishop James D. Adams, pastor, St. John Institutional Missionary Baptist Church Historic African-American neighborhoods in big cities are in decline. Miami’s historic Overtown, formerly know as Colored Town during segregation, and Liberty City — urban communities that were once swollen with Black people and sweltering with Black culture — are losing residents and the Read More…

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UNBOUND

by Phil McCullough WE CANNOT AFFORD TO LET THIS GREAT COUNTRY of America forget about how this country was founded. Its strengths and unity and even its test of failure has taught all of us a lesson to trust and build a relationship amongst ourselves. We have come a long ways with test and

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Wells Fargo: Do Lawsuits, Fines and Loss Deposits Really Hurt?

Dr. John Warren Intergovernmental Affairs Contributing Writer The fake accounts set up in the name of over 3 million bank customers since 2002, and the lowering of the Wells Fargo Bank rating with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in the U.S. Treasury Department from “satisfactory” to “needs improvement”, has had significant consequences Read More…