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When the Protesting Ends – Do You Just Go Home?

By Roger Caldwell There is a ground swell in America, and for 13 days there has been multiracial protests and demonstrations based on the killing...

‘I Deeply Regret What I Did’ Says Judge Who Sentenced Teen To Life In Prison In 1997, Wants Decision Overturned

In 1997, Bobby Bostic was sentenced to 241 years in prison for two armed robberies he committed at age 16. The heavy sentence was handed down...

Orange County Grand Jury: Five True Bills to Indict

The Orange County Grand Jury, Final Fall Term 2014, in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit convened on Tuesday, March 17th. They...

NAACP Announces “America’s Journey for Justice”

The NAACP, together with a broad coalition of partners,  announced America’s Journey for Justice at a press conference on June 15, in Washington, DC. Led...

Super Bowl Rematch Needed – Tackling the Noise Before (and After) the Big Game

“Every setback has a major comeback. #GreaterIsComing.” – Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks Quarterback, via Twitter (@DangeRussWilson) Far be it from me to join the legions of Monday...

Judge Rules Officer Innocent in Killing of Unarmed Pair

In 2012, Cleveland police Officer Michael Brelo stood on the hood of a car and shot 15 times at the unarmed black occupants inside.  This...

Loretta Lynch on Race, Family and Facing Adversity

(CBS News) – On the first day of her job, Attorney General Loretta Lynch was tasked with briefing the president on race riots in Baltimore, reports...

From Selma to Montgomery – Martyrs of the March

"What could more profoundly vindicate the idea of America than plain and humble people — the unsung, the downtrodden, the dreamers not of high...

Facing Hard Truths – The Rhetoric of Race at the Crossroads of Police Reform and the Word of FBI Director Comey

“Much research points to the widespread existence of unconscious bias…We all – white and black – carry various biases around with us. I am...

Taking Earl Lloyd’s Legacy from the Basketball Court to the Boardroom

"The NBA family has lost one of its patriarchs. Earl Lloyd, the first African-American to play in an NBA game, was as inspirational as...

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Satellite images confirm uneven impact of climate change

University of Copenhagen researchers have been following vegetation trends across the planet's driest areas using satellite imagery from recent decades. They have identified a...

Florida Health, Seminole County Recognizes National Diabetes Month

Sanford, Fla. – In recognition of National Diabetes Month, the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County (DOH-Seminole) continues to increase awareness of diabetes  and encourages the...

Charlotte Lane: PSC Helping Keep Us Safe from Human Trafficking

by Charlotte Lane Shocking! Just across our border in Ohio a prominent criminal defense attorney and former city councilman was recently indicted on 18 counts relating...
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