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These Black Women Were Fighting for Social Justice Long Before Kim K. Became the ‘Princess of Prison Reform’

The fight for criminal justice reform has been led by a collective of black community organizers, attorneys, and activists, who've been on the front lines of social justice long before Kim Kardashian West. The post These Black Women Were Fighting for Social Justice Long Before Kim K. Became the...

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The Latest: Trump not ready to declare emergency over wall

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Latest on President Donald Trump and the partial government shutdown (all times local):3:05 p.m.President Donald Trump says it would be easy for him just to declare a national emergency and find federal money to build a barrier along the southern border, but he's not going to...

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Guest Commentary: Why Christians are called to address the border crisis

I’ve spent a good portion of my ministry years among minority and immigrant communities. During college, I spent three years ministering with a Hispanic community in southern California. While I lived in Washington, D.C., I served on an executive committee of a ministry seeking to outreach to a...

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Guest Commentary: Why Christians are called to address the border crisis

I’ve spent a good portion of my ministry years among minority and immigrant communities. During college, I spent three years ministering with a Hispanic community in southern California. While I lived in Washington, D.C., I served on an executive committee of a ministry seeking to outreach to a...

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Nevada’s state engineer retires, leaving controversies to successor

During his eight years on the job, Jason King banned new residential wells in Pahrump, blocked water for the Coyote Springs master-planned community and twice ruled on controversial plans to pipe groundwater to Las Vegas.

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Burke successor Pat O’Connor denies conflict involving wife’s real estate sales

The alderman said there has “never been a zoning change in our community that was done for the benefit of my spouse."

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Discover your happy place with an NYC wellness weekend

New year, new woo. From the esoteric to the energetic, there are plenty of ways to find wellness and inner peace. Find your happy place at any of these events. Chocolate mood The Assemblage, Manhattan’s members-only, holistic co-working community, opens its doors to nonmembers for January only....

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Gina McCarthy, a former administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, will present “Final Arguments in People vs. Planet” as part of the George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum at 4 p.m. Jan. 27 at Finger Lakes Community College, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Hopewell.McCarthy headed the EPA from...

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Beagles Trooper and Adam, named for NY State Trooper, truck driver who rescued them, are currently recovering at Broome County Humane Society.       

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A creature gets conjured in trailer for horror film The Golem

Set in 17th century Lithuania, during an outbreak of a deadly plague, The Golem stars Hani Furstenberg as Hanna, the wife of the local rabbi’s son Benjamin (Ishai Golen), who secretly conjures up a dangerous entity to protect her tight-knit Jewish community from foreign invaders. But the...

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Play writing contest running through Feb. 15

Entries for the Macedon Community Play Writing Contest must be turned in by Feb. 15.Forms can be picked up at Books, ETC., 78 W. Main St., Macedon, and Macedon Public Library, 30 Main St. Participants need to submit two copies of their plays.The winning entries will be read dramatically on April 20.

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Jenelle Evans’ Husband Threatens To ‘Slap The S**t Out Of’ Kids If Transgender

Jenelle Evans’ husband David Eason is known for making controversial comments about the LGBTQ community – but his latest rant is his most disturbing yet. The fired Teen Mom 2 star threatened to slap his children if they are transgender. For the latest Teen Mom news subscribe to our podcast...

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Woman, two teen girls found dead in luxury Texas home

A woman and two teen girls were found dead this week inside a luxury home in a rustic Texas gated community, according to a new report. Nichol Leila Olsen, 37, and two girls believed to be in their teens were discovered around 9 a.m. Thursday inside the home at Anaqua Springs Ranch, a development...

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Sears store in White Plains, N.Y., watches its destiny decided in courthouse 2 blocks away

Sears made its name in American suburbia, like the bedroom community just outside New York City, where its bankruptcy case is unfolding.        

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The year 2018 saw catalysts spur the righting of historical wrongs committed against the African-American community such as lynchings and unsolved civil rights cold cases. The post Passing of the Anti-Lynching Bill—The Year of Righting Wrongs appeared first on EBONY.

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Is a coup afoot on the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board?

Four governing board members call special meeting to elect new board president, even though current president slated to serve through June 2019.         

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Is a coup afoot on the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board?

Four governing board members call special meeting to elect new board president, even though current president slated to serve through June 2019.         

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Is a coup afoot on the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board?

Four governing board members call special meeting to elect new board president, even though current president slated to serve through June 2019.         

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Is a coup afoot on the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board?

Four governing board members call special meeting to elect new board president, even though current president slated to serve through June 2019.         

Read more in azcentral.com