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20 Things You Didn’t Know About The March on Washington

20 historical facts that are not so common.

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the historic march

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Lamar Odom Returns Home to Wife

Lamar Odom returns to Khole after speculation about separation

Odom has reportedly been taking hard drugs

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Postal Service Issues March On Washington Stamp

Postage commemorates demonstrators on National Mall for 1963 March on Washington for jobs and freedom

The 1963 March on Washington limited-edition Forever commemorates the 50th anniversary of the historic milestone.

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Civil Rights and LGBT Leaders Join Forces for 50th Anniversary March on Washington Events

Jobs, immigration reform, voting rights, and LGBT equality are top priorities

Will you be there in support?

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Bernice King Defends Herself against gay comments

Bernice King Defends Herself Against Anti-Gay Remarks

MLK’s youngest child struggles with separation of church and state

Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King, defends herself after making Anti Gay comments

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Number of People seeking Unemployment drops to 2008 levels

National Unemployment Rate Drops While Most States Hemorrhage Jobs

The jobless numbers in 28 states worsened.

States continue to struggle.

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US Manufacturing Industry Making a Comeback

Research shows pick-up in American factories

Major US manufacturers are reporting opening or expanding US operations in what could help ease…

By Alan Hughes

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Paula Deen Race Discrimination Suit Dismissed

Southern culinary cook off the hook as a judge rules white staffer cannot sue over racial discrimination against black coworkers

Race discrimination claims and a lawsuit filed by a former Savannah restaurant employee against Paula…

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Don Peebles spoke before a gathering at a economic forum for New York City's mayoral candidates Tuesday.

In Harlem, NYC Mayoral Candidates Spar On Economic Growth for Minorities

Candidates detail economic plans, articulate challenges of minority businesses

Made up of some of New York’s most powerful minority firms and entrepreneurs, the newly-formed…

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Obama To Honor Oprah and Gay Civil Rights Activist Bayard Rustin

Four African Americans among 16 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Barack Obama will award 16 recipients with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, of which…

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The Black Enterprise Education Action Guide

What Common Core means for black families

How to help your child prepare for the new Common Core State Standards

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Do People of Color Pay a ‘Respectability Tax’

Author Noel King of Marketplace discusses the price people of color must pay to be accepted in America

“Respectability tax” is a term we invented. It refers to the extra lengths that some…

By Sasha King

Detroit Bankruptcy Turns Spotlight to Business Development

With Few Options, City of Detroit Files for Bankruptcy

City is largest municipality to file

Detroit’s 16-page petition was filed in its U.S. Bankruptcy Court

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Vibe and KFC Partner to Celebrate Dads With ‘Fresh Fathers’ Campaign

KFC and VIBE magazine developed a custom video series celebrating famous fathers.

Dad’s are so important to every child’s life.

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7-Eleven Celebrates 86th Birthday with Free Small Slurpee Drinks

7-Eleven Celebrates 86th Birthday with Free Slurpee Drink Promotion

Customers can get a free 12 ounce Slurpee today at participating stores

7-Eleven has celebrated its birthday on July 11 for decades, but it wasn’t until 2002…

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Being a Workplace Bully Pays Off? One Study Says Yes

Bullies get more benefits than reprimands by supervisors

Reports say new study shows that workplace bullies are seeing more benefits than reprimands in…

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Howard Univ. Deans Urge Dismissal of Chief Financial Officer

Academic deans and university president at odds on financial direction of the school

Academic deans say CFO needs to go

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Judge Dismisses Cases Against Elmo Puppeteer Kevin Clash

Judge says the men waited too long to bring suit

Kevin Clash doesn’t have to face trial for sexual abuse

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Rena Price, Catalyst For Watts Riots, Dead At 97

Martin Luther King Jr. blamed the riots on "general despair" over conditions for blacks in the area

Race- and class-related violence resulted in 34 deaths, thousands wounded and nearly $100 million in…

By Aaron Morrison

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Another One! Jermaine Dupri Owes IRS $800K

Jermaine Dupri has had a number of financial challenges the last few years

Dupri served with a new federal tax bill

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