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Third District candidate Dr. Pam Galloway responds to SCOTUS ruling on ACA

| June 30, 2015
Third District candidate Dr. Pam Galloway responds to SCOTUS ruling on ACA

WARSAW–Dr. Pam Galloway, candidate for the Third Congressional District of Indiana, has issued the following statement: “Earlier today, the Supreme Court announced a flawed decision in King v. Burwell to uphold subsidies for the federal Obamacare exchanges. These subsidies were not authorized by the plain language of the law, and were simply created by the […]

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Greater Mt. Ararat to install pastors

| June 30, 2015
Greater Mt. Ararat to install pastors

FORT WAYNE—Grace and Glory Encounter Ministries is scheduled to install Pastors Kenneth and Antoinette Hilliard during a special service at 5 p.m., July 11 to be held at Greater Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, 2111 Edsall Ave. The public is invited to attend.

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Nominate your ‘Good Man’ for YWCA Northeast Indiana 100 Good Men

| June 30, 2015
Nominate your ‘Good Man’ for YWCA Northeast Indiana 100 Good Men

Celebration| FORT WAYNE—What Makes A Good Man? A good man does not do things to be nice, he does them because he has a moral code, a set of core values and he will always do his best to make sure that his actions are in line with his own personal standards. A good man […]

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South Africa loses ‘chicken war’ with U.S., opening way to cheap imports

| June 30, 2015
South Africa loses ‘chicken war’ with U.S., opening way to cheap imports

(GIN)–The reauthorization of the African Growth and Opportunity Act will open the floodgates for U.S. chicken parts and undercut South Africa’s domestic industry with cheaper cuts of meat, local chicken producers fear. AGOA, as the trade pact is known, was just reauthorized after South Africa agreed to remove “anti-dumping” protectionist tariffs in place since 2000. […]

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Witnesses say Chibok girls have begun taking orders from terror group

| June 30, 2015
Witnesses say Chibok girls have begun taking orders from terror group

(GIN)–With more than 400 days of captivity, some of the schoolgirls kidnapped in Chibok, Nigeria, may now be taking orders from their captors in the terror group Boko Haram, witnesses are telling Amnesty International. Witnesses say some are being used to terrorize other captives, and are even carrying out killings themselves. The testimony cannot be […]

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President of Burundi faces isolation in drive to win third term

| June 30, 2015
President of Burundi faces isolation in drive to win third term

(GIN)–Polling places have been set up in Burundi for controversial parliamentary elections that have put President Pierre Nkurunziza at odds with religious groups, the political opposition, students, the African Union, and the U.S. Nkurunziza is seeking a third term despite a constitutional limit of two terms. The president argues that his first term was the […]

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Summit of women of African descent opens in Nicaragua

| June 30, 2015
Summit of women of African descent opens in Nicaragua

(GIN)–Some 270 women from 220 countries gathered in Managua, Nicaragua over the past weekend to launch a political platform that addresses discrimination against people of color. At the end of the three day meeting, the women participants and representatives of more than 400 black women’s organizations adopted a political strategy, timed to coincide with the […]

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Obama becoming more outspoken on race

| June 28, 2015
Obama becoming more outspoken on race

NEWS ANALYSIS By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON (NNPA)–When President Obama returned to Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, S.C., June 26 to eulogize the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, it capped a period in which he has become increasingly outspoken on race, even uttering the N-word to make a point about the slow pace of progress […]

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Cop guilty of assault, but will justice prevail?

| June 28, 2015
Cop guilty of assault, but will justice prevail?

By Charlene Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call LOS ANGELES (The Final Call)–An 11-woman, one-man jury unanimously convicted LAPD Officer Mary O’Callaghan of assaulting black South L.A. mother Alesia Thomas. While the verdict issued in a packed courtroom June 5 was better than allowing Ofc. O’Callaghan to walk away without any accountability, […]

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What church do you go to?

| June 28, 2015
What church do you go to?

By James Washington Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward Times At times, it is ironic to me that so many different churches profess the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, was crucified, died and was buried to arise again on the third day and sits at the right hand of […]

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