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Luda, by word of mouf

Luda, by word of mouf Christopher Brian Bridges was born on September 11, 1977 in Champaign, Illinois where he began rapping at the age of 9 and formed his first musical group a few years later. While in his teens, his family moved to Atlanta where he attended Banneker High School before majoring in music management at Georgia State University.
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NAACP continues support of Van Jones

The NAACP is calling for civility in the national discourse on safe, clean communities and sustainable sources of domestic energy. It is time to end the personal attacks on administration officials as a distraction to crucial discussion on our nation and our world's environmental conditions.
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Dr. Julianne Malveaux says President Obama is doing the right thing by encouraging students to stay in school

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Applauding President Obama for his leadership in education, Dr. Julianne Malveaux, one of the nation’s foremost educators and economists, said today that President Barack Obama should be lauded, not attacked, for his decision to address the nation’s students . The president, she added, should not have to post his address in advance in an effort to appease critics who are using children as their “political hobby horse.”
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Black Caucus convenes in DC

Each year the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) presents the Annual Legislative Conference (ALC), a four-day event held each September in Washington, D.C.  The ALC is the premier political gathering of African Americans.  Over 15,000 African American: elected officials, business, union and industry leaders, and media are expected to attend ALC’09 and its policy forums, general sessions, Exhibit Hall, job fair, book signings and networking.
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Pain of Nigerian bank collapse could reach U.S.

(GIN) - Five banks that supply 40 percent of Nigeria's bank credit, but were used as a private candy store, doling out loans without sufficient collatoral, collapsed under the weight of unsecured debt and had to be bailed out by government last week. Regulators said bad loans came to a total of 1.14 trillion naira ($7.6 billion).
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Message Kennedy leaves for America: ‘Never give up’

Message Kennedy leaves for America: ‘Never give up’WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Despite the fact that he is now gone, honored by America after dying of brain cancer August 25, Sen. Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy leaves a message that will continue to resound. That’s the one that says, ‘Never give up’ the fight on behalf of the oppressed.
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Report says youth detentions on the decrease

OREGON (NNPA) - From the mid-’80s to the late ’90s, the number of youths in detention nationwide skyrocketed, with average daily populations ballooning from 13,000 to 28,000 in about a decade.
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City to build additional LRT Station between Rice, Snelling

Assuming the responsibility to fulfill long-standing commitments to Central Corridor project partners and residents, Mayor Chris Coleman and Councilmembers Melvin Carter III and Russ Stark agreed that the City would assemble, from its own budget, the resources necessary to build the first of three additional stations on the light rail transit line between Rice and Snelling streets.
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Clinton’s speech in Nigeria touches a nerve

(GIN) - Commentators are still analyzing Hillary Clinton’s straight-talking speech in Nigeria during her swing through Africa one week ago.
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At Presidential Medal of Freedom Awards: Lowery continues quest for justice

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Within the same hour that the Rev. Joseph Lowery received America’s highest civilian honor, the civil rights icon – still at the White House – declared war on the “myth” that America is now a “post-racial” nation.
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Eldoret Kenya to receive fire truck from Sister City Minneapolis

Eldoret Kenya to receive fire truck from Sister City Minneapolis
After many visits to the Twin Cities by the Eldoret City Council and three years of conversations between Sister Cities’ Minneapolis and Eldoret Kenya, the International Leadership Institute announced that Minneapolis had donated a Fire Engine Pumper Truck to Eldoret from their relationship developed during the past 10 years. The Pumper Truck was presented to the Institute and ILI Sister City Committee for the City of Eldoret Kenya August 17, 2009 at Minneapolis Fire Station #17 (4th Avenue and 38th Street) with city official and Kenyan community members present.

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