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A new report is the first to put a dollar amount on how much wealth was swindled from Chicago’s Black community in the 1950s and 60s through predatory home sale contracts.
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As the Democrats retool, reboot and decide what it is they need to do to rebuild as a party, there
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The U.S. economy is improving, and African-Americans have made inroads since the Great Recession, but there is more work to be
On the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans does not have a reason to celebrate, as the black community has not recovered.
Hillary can run, but she can’t hide from the issues that concern us. On Sunday, Hillary Clinton — the former
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The U.S. economy is rebounding, the stock market is thriving, and unemployment is down to levels not seen since the
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Does a rising tide lift all boats, as President Obama once said? The economy is improving, and that’s a good