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Tax Deform for Corporations and the Wealthy

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Desperate for a policy win, Republicans have proposed “tax reform”, which is really an attempt to reward their base at the expense of the rest of us. Whether you look at the 429 page (really? Who reads all of that) House of Representatives version (which reduces the number of tax brackets, raises the standard deduction, […]

Full-Length Trailer for Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story Of Black Colleges and Universities Unveiled

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Film’s Multi-Platform Engagement Campaign, HBCU Rising, Features a Crowdsourced HBCU Digital Yearbook Archive and 10-City HBCU Tour New York, NY– Stanley Nelson, the preeminent storyteller of the African-American experience and Firelight Films, the award-winning production company committed to making films about pivotal events, movements, and people in American history, today unveiled a new full-length trailer […]

Tonier Cain Muldrow Receives Special Recognition From Baltimore State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, for Work With Trauma Survivors and Re-Entry Population

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Baltimore, MD – Recovering addict, Tonier Cain-Muldrow, was granted special recognition from Baltimore’s State’s Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, for her efforts to construct healthier communities and her dedication to raising awareness and providing resources for trauma survivors and the re-entry population. The honor was presented during a black-tie gala held last week as part of the […]

Democratic Hurricane – By Lucius Gantt

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(The Gantt Report) – People like the Koch Brothers, Mercers, Adelsons and other corporate and business giants that contribute millions and billions of dollars to political campaigns should not have to be in a hurricane to see which way America’s political winds are blowing. Democratic Party candidates showed out in recent elections and dominated both […]

Mayor-Elect, Angelyne Butler, Defeats Incumbent to Become the First Black Mayor in Forest Park

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Forest Park, GA, made history tonight electing their first African American Mayor to lead one of the largest cities in Clayton County. Angelyne Butler defeated the incumbent with almost twice as many votes. Other winners tonight include the re-election of councilman Dabouze Antoine and Kimberly James was elected councilwoman. Mayor-Elect Butler said, “This is what […]

Angelyne Butler for Forest Park Mayor

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Angeline Butler is running for Mayor of Forest Park, Georgia. In order to effect change you must vote for people like Angelyne who have a vision for the future. Statement from Angelyne Butler: I am Angelyne Butler, YOUR 2017 Mayoral candidate for the City of Forest Park. I am in this race to inspire the […]

Donna Brazile Offers an Insiders View of What Happened to Put Donald Trump in the White House

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In a her new book, “Hacks,” Democratic Strategist and former head of the Democratic National Convention, Donna Brazile, said Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign was “anemic” and had taken on “the odor of failure.” The must-read memoir details what really happened during the 2017 election that put Donald Trump in office. The Washington Posts Philip […]

Realtists Promote Homeownership for Black Veterans

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Homebuying Events Hosted by National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) to Help Black Veterans Build Wealth Washington, DC – Approximately 20 million Black veterans are eligible to use their G.I. benefits to purchase homes, but may not be aware that homeownership remains the best avenue to begin building wealth. The National Association of Real […]

Urban Movie Channel Announces New Fall Comedy Series MINIMUM WAGE

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Following its new hit comedy summer series, UMC – Urban Movie Channel is excited to announce the premiere of MINIMUM WAGE, an amusing new six-episode workplace comedy that centers around a struggling Koreatown burger joint forced to make radical changes to keep its doors open. Minimum Wage is from the original web series “Foodies,” winner […]