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October 15, 2017 Does Pledge of Allegiance Force Instead of Encourage Patriotism?

Oct. 2 started pretty much like any day for India Landry, a senior at Windfern High School in Houston. The only difference on that day was the fact that Landry was ill and in the principal’s office instead of the classroom. When the school began reciting the pledge of allegiance, Landry stayed seated like she […]

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September 22, 2017 Young Black Tech Genius Nile Dixon Changing Narrative, His Community

The coverage of African-American men in mainstream media often becomes a bit cliché. The stories mostly sound the same: lack of education, criminal activity, unstable homes and a lack of skills to really compete in this new technological age. However, African-Americans know that those stories do not tell the complete truth about what African-American men […]

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September 2, 2017 Hurricane Harvey Affected Pastors, Christians Too

Christian ministers should face scrutiny like any other human being. However, uneducated and uniformed scrutiny is unfair to ministers. The city of Houston became inundated with water because of Hurricane Harvey this past week. While many out-of-towners have checked on Houstonians and offered their assistance, many of the same people have only offered hatred and […]

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