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NAACP and KKK meet in Wyoming

Branches of The KKK and NAACP met with one another to discuss recent hate crimes against Black men and the distribution of pamphlets promoting the KKK in Casper and Gillette Wyoming.

How to avoid being a forgotten class

As students go through all four years of high school, they make friends, decide who they want to be and build bonds with teachers and faculty, and there’s always grief when you must leave the school where you’ve spent the previous years.

City’s first center for reducing and preventing truancy

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott and New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly have announced the creation of the first Center for Truancy Reduction and Prevention in New York City.

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NYC celebrates 46th Annual West Indian Day Parade

The 46th annual West Indian Day Parade took place on Sept. 2 on Eastern Parkway.

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Princes new song "Breakfast can wait" features picture of Dave Chappell

Prince's new song "Breakfast can Wait" features an image of Dave Chappell in a Prince costume for the cover art.

Twerking new and old

Between the New York Post releasing an info graphic called “How to Twerk,” the Oxford dictionary adding twerk to its definitions and the Internet's reaction to Miley Cyrus twerking at the Video Music Awards there is a peak of viral information on the "new" internet sensation twerking and modern dance.

No Black performers take home a VMA

This year's MTV Video Music Awards were devoid of Black winners. With artists like A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole in the running but none of these Black artist won.

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Rallies to save Interfaith Medical Center continue

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, New York Assembly Member Annette Robinson and community leaders called for the preservation of health care services at the Interfaith Medical Center on Wednesday morning.

Study shows that Black women are just as likely to get a loan as white men

Study shows that Black women are just as likely to get a loan as white men

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The great debate on gospel music

This Saturday, Aug. 17, the First Church of God in Christ in Brooklyn will be hosting a great debate. Debators will discuss whether gospel music has become too worldly in order to appeal to the masses.

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