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Pesky? Effective? Campaign signs spread like weeds

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Constance “Connie” Harper, Associate Publisher/Editor at Cleveland Call & Post, dies at the age of 81

Civil Rights advocate and longtime Call and Post Newspaper Associate Publisher and Exec Editor Constance "Connie" Harper died Friday at a Dayton, Ohio hospital where she was on life support after suffering a heart attack. She was 81. ...

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1st Ebola patient diagnosed in the US has died

The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States died Wednesday morning in a Dallas hospital Wednesday, a hospital spokesman said. ...

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Columbia Gas of Ohio Warns Customers of Payment Scam

Customers Threatened With Termination of Service if They Don’t Pay Bills Immediately ...

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Racism is not a card game

This week Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. a global business leader, educator, civil rights activist, and president and CEO of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, discusses the tactical racism in America ...

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VOTE

In the aftermath of the shooting death of Michael Brown, an unarmed, Black teenager by a White police officer in Ferguson, Mo., and the social and political unrest that followed, civil rights leaders have urged citizens of the St. Louis County suburb to transform their community at the ballot box. ...

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Groups file complaint over Ohio’s food stamp rules

Legal advocates for the poor have filed a civil rights complaint with the federal government over the state's move to enforce work requirements for food stamp beneficiaries in most counties, saying the decision has disproportionately impacted minorities in urban areas. ...

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Insuring Ohio Futures Partners with National African American Insurance Association to Host Insurance Career Fair

COLUMBUS – The Ohio insurance industry needs to hire 26,000 skilled workers by 2020, according to a workforce study recently commissioned by the Insurance Industry Resource Council (IIRC). ...

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Changes to PLUS loans may help Blacks

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – This fall, the Department of Education plans to announce changes to PLUS loans that officials say will make it easier for parents to qualify for the financial aid program that thousands of Black college students rely on every semester. ...

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