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Black women killed by police are ignored
Friday, May 1, 2015
You know their names – Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice – because these black men were unarmed and killed by “law enforcement” officers. Their names have been part of a litany invoked when police shootings are discussed. Their deaths have been part of the impetus for the Black Lives Matter movement, especially because the
 
Take responsibility for testicular cancer
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month is almost over, but that doesn’t mean men should forget about testicular cancer prevention. Testicular cancer is a relatively rare cancer as it accounts for about 1 percent of all cancers, however it is the most common cancer found in young men (ages 15-34 years old). Despite a higher rate of testicular cancer
 
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
On Oct. 16, we will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March. In the subsequent two decades, black Americans have experienced great triumphs, tragedies and tribulations. This anniversary of the March will have a special meaning and significance for black America, and all who continue to thirst and struggle for freedom, justice and
 
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Lincoln inducts 8 into HOF

Former Lincoln sports information director Rob Knox is one of eight individuals to be inducted

Duke, NCCU go live

The SIAC is No. 1 once again. The HBCU conference had the highest football attendance among the

NCCU success comes with a tag

Success always comes with a price. That’s the message North Carolina Central coaches and