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Assemblies of God leader to speak at COGIC 150th C.H. Mason birthdate commemoration

AOG Leader
Dr. George O. Wood, general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Springfield, Missouri, will be the guest speaker at the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) C.H. Mason Heritage Symposium & Celebration on next Monday (Sept. 8) at 7 p.m. at Mason Temple. 
The Symposium & Celebration will commemorate the 150th birthdate of COGIC founder Bishop Charles Harrison Mason. The celebration will convene Sept. 8-10.

CBU to host charter ceremony for its new NAACP student chapter

Christian Brothers University (CBU) is making history among Lasallian institutions by becoming the first to incorporate a student chapter of the NAACP. In celebration, an official charter ceremony will take place on Thursday (Sept. 4) at 6 p.m. in the University Theater on the CBU campus.
The ceremony will serve as a formal welcome from the Memphis branch of the NAACP as well as the Tennessee NAACP, the governing advocate for the state’s branches. The ceremony will also honor the achievements of the charter members and welcome them to the campus of CBU. A reception will follow the ceremony. 

Cops Lied about ‘Suicides’ of 2 Handcuffed Black Men


Caught cheating by his wife, comedian Groucho Marx asked, “Who you gonna believe, me or your lying eyes?”

In case after case, when police are caught killing an unarmed African American – and trying to cover it up – they expect us to suspend our sight and our common sense. This is particularly true in the case of 22-year-old Victor White, III in New Iberia, La., about two hours south of his family home of Alexandria, La. and more than two hours west of New Orleans.

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Business leaders help Memphis high school seniors

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Business leaders in Memphis are using their experience as executives to help high school students get into college.
The Commercial Appeal reports (http://bit.ly/1wO0dsX) that 80 upper-level business managers walked into high schools Thursday as part of the SUCCESS High School Action Initiative.

$40,000,000 Civil Rights Suit Filed Against Ferguson

Ferguson Lawsuit
It was bound to happen. A group of demonstrators have filed a $40 million lawsuit against Ferguson, Mo., and its police department in the aftermath of days of angry protests that swept through the city this month.
The lawsuit, filed by six plaintiffs, accuses police of using “wanton and excessive force” when demonstrators took to the streets after Darren Wilson, a white officer with the Ferguson Police Department, shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9, Newsweek reports.