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Trezevant forfeits football games

Grades-transcripts discrepancy prompt full-scale investigation.

Grades-transcripts discrepancy prompt full-scale investigation.

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MEMPHIS TIGERS FOOTBALL

Tigers look to upset Ole Miss — again.

Tigers look to upset Ole Miss — again.

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Can laser lipo zap stubborn belly fat?

TSD staffer embarks on journey to find out.

TSD staffer embarks on journey to find out.

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‘Root-fix’ beat goes at 2016 Block Party and Picnic for Peace

When the Block Party and Picnic for Peace started in 2006, it was a three-hour event with modest attendance. Now the event annually attracts approximately 7,000-9,000 people, said event founder Antoni

When the Block Party and Picnic for Peace started in 2006, it was a three-hour event with modest attendance. Now the event annually attracts approximately 7,000-9,000 people, said event founder Antonio Parkinson, the District 98 state representative.

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To be young, gifted, black . . . and awkward

Hollywood finally exploring the ‘less cool’ side of being black in America.

Hollywood finally exploring the ‘less cool’ side of being black in America.

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MONEY MATTERS

When planning retirement, make a list - check it twice.

When planning retirement, make a list - check it twice.

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KAM’S KAPSULES

Weekly preview for movies opening September 30, 2016.

Weekly preview for movies opening September 30, 2016.

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POLICE SHOOTINGS

Darrius Stewart's family pushing forward.

Darrius Stewart's family pushing forward.

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IN THE MAIL

TSD Publisher defends correspondent’s right to sit during national anthem.

TSD Publisher defends correspondent’s right to sit during national anthem.

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Police shooting of unarmed black man leads to protests in San Diego suburb

On Tuesday, a police officer in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon, Calif., shot and killed an unarmed black man, sparking protests in the area.

On Tuesday, a police officer in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon, Calif., shot and killed an unarmed black man, sparking protests in the area.

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Strickland, Massey push partnerships for growing SMWBE businesses

Here’s the goal: assist small, minority and women-owned businesses in Memphis and fulfill a commitment to increase their share of contracting with the City of Memphis.

Here’s the goal: assist small, minority and women-owned businesses in Memphis and fulfill a commitment to increase their share of contracting with the City of Memphis.

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GOING GARVEY?

If you really think Black Lives Matter, it’s time to (re)think the teachings of Marcus Garvey.

If you really think Black Lives Matter, it’s time to (re)think the teachings of Marcus Garvey.

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GRITGRINDGRIZZ

I have no idea what to expect from these Grizzlies.

I have no idea what to expect from these Grizzlies.

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LEGACY: Joan Elizabeth Lee

Ask anyone who really knew her how many marches and picketing demonstrations that Joan Elizabeth Lee was a part of and a likely response will be “too numerous to recount.”

Ask anyone who really knew her how many marches and picketing demonstrations that Joan Elizabeth Lee was a part of and a likely response will be “too numerous to recount.”

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Family of Darrius Stewart plans to pursue civil action against city, Schilling

Still seeking justice after DOJ announces "insufficient evidence" for civil rights prosecution.

Still seeking justice after DOJ announces "insufficient evidence" for civil rights prosecution.

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Charter operators make last effort to open new Memphis schools with state appeal

For two California-based charter networks wanting to open more schools in Memphis, the third try is their final chance.

For two California-based charter networks wanting to open more schools in Memphis, the third try is their final chance.

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U.S. owes reparations to African-Americans, UN experts say

A U.N. working group says Blacks face a “human rights crisis” in ongoing police shootings that go largely unpunished.

A U.N. working group says Blacks face a “human rights crisis” in ongoing police shootings that go largely unpunished.

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8 ways they’ll try to stop you from voting and how to fight back

Even before the Supreme Court struck down specific protections in its 2013 Shelby v. Holder decision, voting rights have been under attack. This election is no different, but you don’t have to sit idl

Even before the Supreme Court struck down specific protections in its 2013 Shelby v. Holder decision, voting rights have been under attack. This election is no different, but you don’t have to sit idle while others infringe upon your right to vote. You can push back. Here’s how.

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Study finds that black women are invisible to corporate America

According to the latest Women in the Workplace 2016 study, women in the workplace are falling behind at every step of the corporate ladder, and the gap is especially pronounced with women of color.

According to the latest Women in the Workplace 2016 study, women in the workplace are falling behind at every step of the corporate ladder, and the gap is especially pronounced with women of color.

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LeBron James says he will stand for the national anthem

LeBron James spoke with the media for the first time this season, and he said that while he respects Colin Kaepernick and his cause, he will not be joining him in choosing not to rise for the national

LeBron James spoke with the media for the first time this season, and he said that while he respects Colin Kaepernick and his cause, he will not be joining him in choosing not to rise for the national anthem.

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