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Bikers and teenagers

In 2010, 16-year-old Kalief Browder was arrested in New York and accused of stealing a backpack. Despite a lack of evidence and ultimately a lack of conviction, Browder would remain in prison for three horrific years. His imprisonment included solitary confinement and abuse by both inmates and guards. In the town of McKinney a suburb outside of Dallas, Texas with less than 10% black population, police were ...

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Aminah Robinson

This week's Our Voice honors the late, great Aminah Robinson. ...

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Peace and forgiveness

This week's Our Voice discuses the anniversary of Dr. King's assassination. ...

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Race Talk

This week's Our Voice discusses the topic of "impoliteness" vs "racist". ...

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Black History Month still needed and important

This week's Our Voice focuses on the importance of Black History Month ...

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An assertive message

This week's Our Voice compares President Obama's assertive State of the Union message versus the Republicans rebuttle ...

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Hoping for viable choices

This week's Our Voice discusses the candidates for Mayor and the upcoming election ...

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Still learning from the movement’s lessons

This week's Our Voice discusses the lessons from the civil rights movement and how we are still learning from them today. ...

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Edward Brooke

This week's Our Voice discusses the life of politician Edward Brooke. ...

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Whitewashing History

This week's Our Voice discusses the Hollywood criticism of "whitewashing" historical film. ...

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