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By now many have heard the reports that actor Jussie Smollett was attacked by two men near the lower entrance of a Loews hotel in Chicago in the early hours of the morning on January 29, 2019. Reports say police were told the men...
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We cannot go back to business as usual. We must reimagine a new socioeconomic contract where there is equity and actual justice for all. Brother Malcolm X said, “…if birth made you American, you wouldn’t need any legislation; you wouldn’t need any amendments to the Constitution; you wouldn’t be faced with civil-rights filibustering in Washington, D.C.” Fight for your justice claim which is a fight for humanity.
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“There’s still much room for economic improvement for the nation’s black community — the income gap with whites remains considerably higher than it was in 2000, with the median black household earning 35.5% less — but as we pay homage to Martin Luther King this week, the record low unemployment rate is a cause for celebration.”