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How to End the Violence in “Chiraq”

Posted August 10, 2014 by ndigo

by Gianno Caldwell   Between July 3rd and July 7th, 82 people were wounded and 16 killed by gunfire. If you think I’m talking about violence in Iraq, you’re wrong. I’m talking about happenings in “Chiraq,” a new nickname for Chicago — my hometown. This violence is an unfortunate way of life for many Chicagoans. […]

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10 Black Child Geniuses You Should Know! Pt. 1

Posted May 9, 2013 by ndigo

If you only watched the evening news or depended on pop culture to paint a picture of young blacks, you would probably think that the majority of black youngsters were only ambitious about sports and music, or caught up in crime and debauchery. However, the face of black success isn’t limited to the fields that […]

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Rev. Jackson speaks on the Northern Civil Rights Movement – Part 4

Posted February 26, 2014 by ndigo

Photo: Rev. Jackson (at podium), Arthur M. Brazier (seated, 2nd to the left). Statement from the Brazier Foundation: Throughout the month of February we shared intimate recounts of the unwavering work of a true activist, Bishop Arthur M. Brazier. True in the sense that the work was for the people, not recognition. When looking at […]

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