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Could the truth be closer than we think?

I know you’ve probably heard the story about the guy who recently confessed to shooting Tupac Shakur back in 1994, right?

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Kids today: texting, talking & footing the bill

Show of hands: How many of you are parents of a teenager? Then you realize that kids today have never lived in a world without the Internet or cell phones and have myriad choices of media. 

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Educators learn how not to teach children about slavery

How to teach the facts of Negro slavery in America to schoolchildren historically has been fraught with tension and controversy. Last month, proof of that sore spot surfaced again.

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In South Africa, First Lady asks: ‘What generation will you be?’

First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday noted the achievements of 76 young women leaders from South Africa and across the continent of Africa during her address to the Young African Women Leader’s Forum.

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If blacks lose ground, can Memphis make progress?

On Tuesday night, an intergenerational coalition gathered at City Hall to argue that widespread loss of public jobs might strip many hard-working Memphians of rights won during the civil rights movement.

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