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Carter Page says he’s the victim of ‘horrendous civil rights violations’ – Washington Times

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Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page said Thursday he’s a victim of a civil rights crime. “I’ve been the victim of one of the most horrendous civil rights violations in recent U.S. election history,” Mr. Page said on CNN. Mr. Page was investigated
Carter Page: I’m the victim of ‘horrendous civil rights violations’The Hill

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What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

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What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

When you are getting ready for your engagement party, then one of the special things to give her would be black diamond ring. Your lover will be most likely overwhelmed and becomes teary-eyed the moment you’ve opened the jewelry box in front of her and ask her to marry you. You must have pictured this on your mind and should have also seen a woman cry in joy and happiness when the man in the movie has proposed to his girl and offered her a ring as a symbol of his true love? Those movies you’ve watched may well have used gold rings; how much more would the joy and gladness of your girl be when she receives something special, something rare, and something real which is the black diamond ring?

With regards to jewelries, engagement rings come in several various styles, styles, and colors. The colors of the stone have become a very common factor of consideration for most buyers these days. This is accounted to the fact that several men out there …read more      

Texas risks becoming first state forced into federal oversight since the Voting Rights Act of 2013 – CBS7 News (press release)

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Three losses in federal court in barely a month over its voting laws have raised the stakes for Texas at a hearing before a three-judge panel in San Antonio. The justices on Thursday could answer key questions, including if the state’s voting maps will
Redistricting Rulings In Texas Could Open The Door To Federal Preclearance. Here’s What That Means.KUOW News and Information
5 things to look for in the challenge to Texas redistrictingMyStatesman.com

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The “Call Me Mister” Program Encourages Men Of Color To Become Teachers

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The Tom Joyner Morning Show talks to Dr. Roy Jones, Executive Director of Clemson University’s “Call Me MISTER” program & Clemson Associate Professor, about the importance of getting men of color as teachers.

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What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

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Buy Black

What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

What You Should Know If You Buy Black Diamond Engagement Rings

When you are getting ready for your engagement party, then one of the special things to give her would be black diamond ring. Your lover will be most likely overwhelmed and becomes teary-eyed the moment you’ve opened the jewelry box in front of her and ask her to marry you. You must have pictured this on your mind and should have also seen a woman cry in joy and happiness when the man in the movie has proposed to his girl and offered her a ring as a symbol of his true love? Those movies you’ve watched may well have used gold rings; how much more would the joy and gladness of your girl be when she receives something special, something rare, and something real which is the black diamond ring?

With regards to jewelries, engagement rings come in several various styles, styles, and colors. The colors of the stone have become a very common factor of consideration for most buyers these days. This is accounted to the fact that several men …read more      

LeToya Luckett: ‘I’ve Loved Hard & Had Challenges’; Talks New Album, Destiny’s Child

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LeToya Luckett is revealing the ups and downs of her love life through her new music.

The singer and actress talked with The Tom Joyner Morning Show about her new album Back 2 Life, her role on Rosewood, her beginnings with Destiny’s Child and more in the exclusive interview above!

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Texas risks becoming first state forced into federal oversight since the Voting Rights Act of 2013 – CBS7 News (press release)

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CBS7 News (press release)
Three losses in federal court in barely a month over its voting laws have raised the stakes for Texas at a hearing before a three-judge panel in San Antonio. The justices on Thursday could answer key questions, including if the state’s voting maps will
Redistricting Rulings In Texas Could Open The Door To Federal Preclearance. Here’s What That Means.KUOW News and Information
5 things to look for in the challenge to Texas redistrictingMyStatesman.com

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The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

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The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

African American baby names vary from the beautiful, traditional names, full of history and meaning – to the downright ridiculous. The problem is the extreme variety of names available and the possible reasons for choosing them.

Probably more than any other group in the US, African American parents are faced with a number of dilemmas when choosing baby names. Should they, for example, reflect a deep and strong cultural heritage, by choosing an African name? African names are drawn from a vast range of languages and cultures, from Bintu to Swahili from Ethiopian to South African. And let’s not forget that northern Africa is largely Muslim, so should an African-American parent adopt an Arabic or Muslim name?

Even non-Muslim African-Americans sometimes use Arabic names, in their original form or as the basis for a variation. For example, Kadeem is an Arabic name (meaning servant) which has proved quite popular for African-American males, helped by the popularity of African-American actor Kadeem Hardison. Jamal is another very popular African American name which is actually an …read more      

The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

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The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

The Dilemmas of Choosing African American Baby Names

African American baby names vary from the beautiful, traditional names, full of history and meaning – to the downright ridiculous. The problem is the extreme variety of names available and the possible reasons for choosing them.

Probably more than any other group in the US, African American parents are faced with a number of dilemmas when choosing baby names. Should they, for example, reflect a deep and strong cultural heritage, by choosing an African name? African names are drawn from a vast range of languages and cultures, from Bintu to Swahili from Ethiopian to South African. And let’s not forget that northern Africa is largely Muslim, so should an African-American parent adopt an Arabic or Muslim name?

Even non-Muslim African-Americans sometimes use Arabic names, in their original form or as the basis for a variation. For example, Kadeem is an Arabic name (meaning servant) which has proved quite popular for African-American males, helped by the popularity of African-American actor Kadeem Hardison. Jamal is another very popular African American name which is actually an Arabic name, …read more      

Michelle Obama Tweets Her Love For Beyonce’s Formation Scholarships

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Since leaving the White House and cavorting around the world with her man, former First Lady Michelle Obama has been conspicuously absent from public view, keeping a relatively low profile, and that includes social media.

But Mrs. Obama could not help but give her “little sis” Beyonce a Twitter shout out for the pop star’s recent Formation Scholarship announcement.

Always inspired by your powerful contributions @Beyonce,” the Mrs. Obama wrote. “You are a role model for us all. Thank you for investing in our girls.” She then used a crown emoji and a bee emoji.

Always inspired by your powerful contributions @Beyonce. You are a role model for us all. Thank you for investing in our girls. 👑🐝pic.twitter.com/kuXDdYz6JV

— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) April 26, 2017

The first lady was responding to Beyonce’s recent announcement of four $25,000 scholarships for young women at four U.S. colleges, including two HBCUs, Howard University and Spelman College. The Formation scholarships as they are known, coincide with the year anniversary of her seminal visual album, Lemonade, which celebrated and elevated Black women.

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