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Speaking a truth

Over the weekend, thousands of people of all races, still reeling from the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman’s murder trial a week earlier, attended rallies in cities around the country demanding justice for the teenager Trayvon Martin. ...

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First lady speaks out on gun violence

It's a second term for Michelle Obama, too, and she's shifting her social-issues emphasis to kids and gun violence after spending four years stressing better physical fitness for the young. ...

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Black clergy stand their ground against Zimmerman verdict

Just as they did during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, last Saturday’s demonstrations in more than 100 cities around the nation to protest the not guilty verdict for George Zimmerman ... ...

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Smokin’

Hot ribs on Sunday at the Jazz and Rib Fest in the Arena District was enjoyed along with some cool Jazz. (Photo by Gregory Lewis/GLIMAGE) ...

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Meechie – Back to School

Back to School. ...

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Community Business Directory

The Business Directory is a listing of businesses in our community. To have your place of business listed, please contact us at 614-224-6723 or email Sales@ColumbusPost.com. ...

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Civil Rights case vs. Zimmerman won’t be simple

Calls for the Justice Department to look into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin reverberated as soon as George Zimmerman was acquitted of state charges in a Florida courtroom, but it may be even tougher to mount a federal case against Zimmerman. ...

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Our Voice – The lessons of the Zimmerman verdict

Most African Americans professed not to be surprised by the not guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, the wanna be law enforcement officer who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin to death in February of 2012. ...

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Meechie – Breathing while Black

Being complacent while Black. ...

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Obama seeks calm after verdict

When President Barack Obama first addressed the death of Trayvon Martin last year, he did so passionately, declaring that if he had a son, he would look like the slain 17-year-old. ...

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