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Surgeon General urges new docs to be socially conscious

When Dr. Regina M. Benjamin, Surgeon General of the U.S., addressed more than 400 Drexel University College of Medicine graduates, she encouraged them to make a difference.

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Mississippi governor notes mistreatment and sacrifices of Freedom Riders

Freedom Riders, students and state and local officials were among those present in Jackson, Miss., last Sunday when Miss. Gov. Haley Barbour made history with an apology to the Freedom Riders.

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Help on the way for Memphis’ yo-yo dieters

Statistics show that two-thirds of Americans are on a diet at any given time and less than five percent of the people who actually lose the weight while dieting are able to keep it off once they stop.

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New book offers solutions to teen exodus from the church

In the church of the future, the only members will be elder women and children. That is the startling claim made by bestselling author Jawanza Kunjufu in his new book, “The Role of Teens in Your Church.”

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Stop The Killing organizer vows to keep on keepin’ on

 

Stevie Moore has become widely known throughout many sectors of the Memphis community, but that was never his intention when he began the “Stop The Killing” campaign several years ago. 

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