Sun04202014

Calif. Man’s Murder Conviction Overturned After 34 Years in Prison [VIDEO]

 

After spending 34 years behind bars for a 1979 murder he didn’t commit, Kash Delano Register, 53, of Los Angeles, California walked out of jail a free man when a judge overturned his conviction, reports NBC Southern California.

Two sisters of a key witness came forward and admitted that their sibling lied about seeing Register running away from the

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Is GOP Secretly For Stuff Black People Like, But Afraid to Tell Us?

 

Is the GOP actually doing things that would resonate with the Black community, and just don’t want to tell us about it?

That may be the case with mandatory sentencing laws, which via the war on drugs, disproportionately affect African Americans. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), who has criticized the Civil Rights Act of 1964, for goodness’ sake, n

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Magic Says He’s About To Launch “So Many Other Businesses”

 

Beyond basketball, Magic Johnson has built an empire for himself that continues to grow. From movie theaters and restaurants to health products and luxury cars, Johnson’s enterprises wouldn’t be around if it weren’t for his incredible work ethic.

He talked with Roland Martin recently,  an explained how he made it from basketball legend to business

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The ‘Nation’s Report Card’ Draws Academic Mason Dixon Line

 

Results from the 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the “Nation’s Report Card,” showed incremental growth from findings two years earlier in both reading and math. However, the persistent and noticeable achievement gap between people of color and Whites offset any encouragement one could get from the modest acade

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Home Depot Apologizes For Racist Tweet

 


On Thursday, the mega-home improvement retailer Home Depot reportedly tweeted an immensely offensive picture (pictured) on their Twitter account, depicting three bucket drummers — two Black males and a White man dressed in a gorilla costume — sitting between them. The poorly executed promotional attempt was for ESPN’s College Gameday....

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