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Event aims to support black-owned financial institutions in Memphis
A handful of people came to Citizens Bank on Winchester Road to open bank accounts Friday afternoon as part of an action meant to encourage support of black-owned financial institutions. Among the organizers were Terrance Wilson, 39 and Roger Rowe, 30, who participate in two local organizations: Operation Stand and We Stand United.

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Faith helping to bridge the gap between police and the community in Alabama
NORTHPORT, AL (WBRC) - As tensions rise between police and the community around the country, Alabama has seen peaceful protest. Pastors and police in feel the area's strong faith is helping to bridge the gap with the community. "At the recent prayer rally that we had there was an amazing amount of....

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“Five days after they mentioned him to me, they came with Ogunranti and after listening to him. I gave him a bill of N90,000 and gave him drugs and he left. “Normally, we assess customer’s financial status before giving them bill. So I asked him to pay that amount because the people that brought him said he was rich.

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Blunt, Kander looking ahead to November in Senate race
Roy Blunt has served in Congress for two decades, but as he seeks re-election to the Senate, it's uncertain if his lengthy political career will help or hurt him. Donald Trump's rise to the Republican nomination for president was fueled, in part, by anti-establishment fervor.

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Blunt, Kander looking ahead to November in Senate race
ST. LOUIS Roy Blunt has served in Congress for two decades, but as he seeks re-election to the Senate, it’s uncertain if his lengthy political career will help or hurt him. Donald Trump’s rise to the Republican nomination for president was fueled, in part, by anti-establishment fervor.

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Amidst Soaring Road Fatalities, A Tragic Accident Spawns Strange Jamican Tales
Jamaican drivers are not generally known for careful or courteous behavior — speeding and a disregard for the rules of the road are unfortunately all too common — resulting in high numbers of fatalities which have climbed steadily since 2012. In the past two weeks, the island has suffered from a....

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Ex-KKK Leader Duke Tries Political Comeback in US Senate Run
BATON ROUGE, La.—A quarter century after his credible run for governor of Louisiana rattled the national political establishment, white supremacist David Duke has jumped into the crowded competition for a U.S. Senate seat in his home state, receiving rebuke from Republicans who don’t want him running on a ballot as a member of their party.

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Who is Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton's VP running mate?
Washington: The day after Barack Obama became the first African-American to win the White House, Tim Kaine, then the Governor of Virginia, visited a civil rights memorial in Richmond. There, in a former capital of the Confederacy, he summed up the history-making moment in four words. Clinton picks Tim Kaine for VP.

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
MEDFORD, Mass. — An attorney in Oregon is supporting political candidates who promise to address racial profiling in policing. In suburban Ohio, a mother says she and her friends will push for better racial integration in their children's high school. And in rural Massachusetts, a young father has....

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
In this Friday, July 22, 2016 photo, Collin Allen, the creator of ‘White Men for Black Lives’, poses on the Freedom Trail in Boston Common, as a group of summer camp children walk past, in Boston, Mass. Some white Americans ... MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) - An attorney in Oregon is supporting political....

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Zimbabweans lambast state media over Mawarire smear campaign
Zimbabweans have criticised the State media over a smear campaign against #ThisFlag front man Pastor Evan Mawarire. On Saturday The Herald published an article accusing Mawarire of being a fraudster but the majority of readers are not buying what the paper is selling. Below are some of the comments: Comment 1: tukuzivai.

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Pastor who chained, tortured nine-year-old son on the run
Samuel Awoyinfa, Abeokuta. The pastor who chained his nine-year-old son inside a room for over a month, Taiwo Francis, is said to be on the run. The nine-year-old son, Korede Taiwo, who looked emaciated, was rescued on Friday by officers of the Ogun State Police Command attached to Onipanu Division, Ota.

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — An attorney in Oregon is supporting political candidates who promise to address racial profiling in policing. In suburban Ohio, a mother says she and her friends will push for better racial integration in their children’s high school.

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
An attorney in Oregon is supporting political candidates who promise to address racial profiling in policing. In suburban Ohio, a mother says she and her friends will push for better racial integration in their children's high school. And in rural Massachusetts, a young father has launched a Facebook group called "White Men for Black Lives.

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
MEDFORD, Mass. An attorney in Oregon is supporting political candidates who promise to address racial profiling in policing. In suburban Ohio, a mother says she and her friends will push for better racial integration in their children’s high school. And in rural Massachusetts, a young father has....

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How sympathetic whites are helping to fuel racial change
After standing silently on the sidelines, some whites who agree with demands by civil rights activists for greater police reforms say they're being spurred to action following this summer's fatal shootings of black men by officers in Minnesota and Louisiana and the deadly retaliation attacks on police in Texas and Louisiana.

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How Sympathetic Whites Are Helping to Fuel Racial Change
An attorney in Oregon is supporting political candidates who promise to address racial profiling in policing. In suburban Ohio, a mother says she and her friends will push for better racial integration in their children's high school. And in rural Massachusetts, a young father has launched a Facebook group called "White Men for Black Lives.

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Church News
Daughters of Grace Ministries invites women to its special summer Bible study. Enjoy a comprehensive study of amazing women in the Bible taught by Melissa Fryrear, the ministry’s founder. Melissa has a Master of Divinity and is currently a doctoral candidate. The next meeting will be Monday, July 18, at Grace North Church in Prescott.

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Russ Miller to lead Bible-based tour of the Grand Canyon
Russ Miller, founder of Creation, Evolution, and Science Ministries, will lead a Bible-based tour of the Grand Canyon that leaves from and returns to Prescott on Saturday, July 30. Miller has led thousands of people on eye-opening tours to reveal the region and the relevance and authority of God’s word, according to a news release.

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New pastor steps into the pulpit at Prescott United Methodist Church
There’s a heap of transitioning going on at the Prescott United Methodist Church, with a trio of retirements promulgating the changes. A new senior pastor, the Rev. Dan Hurlbert, has assumed the pulpit as of July 1, picking up the reins there at 505 W. Gurley St. from the Rev.

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Why I sent my boys to behead Todays Prints MD –Herbalist
Tunde Ajaja. He used to be a famous herbalist, whom some people, both far and near, ran to for help at his shrine at No. 8, Oloti area in Iragbiji, Osun State, since he took over from his father in 2006. But at the moment, 37-year-old Asimiyu Agboola, known as Alhaji, is cooling off in the custody....

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Edo governorship poll beyond APC, PDP
As political campaigns gather momentum ahead of the Edo State governorship election, ALEXANDER OKERE writes on the participation and chances of other opposition parties, amid domination of the two major political parties -the ruling All Progressives Congress and Peoples Democratic Party.

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Taxpayers believe candidate is using racist tactics
DEKALB COUNTY, GA (CBS46) - One of the most heated political runoff elections in metro Atlanta just got hotter. “This lady is a pathological liar and she needs to be removed,” Taxpayer Joel Edwards said. The Board of Commissioners race in District Four of DeKalb County is as hot as the summer heat.

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The Woman's Hospital of Texas Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Friends of The Woman's Hospital of Texas gathered to celebrate 40 years of caring for generations of women and infants. Hospital Board of Trustees' Chair Dr. Joanie Hare welcomed everyone to the celebration. The Reverend Juanita Rasmus , senior pastor at St. John's Church, Downtown & Northwest Campus, delivered the invocation.

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Community Prays Together During “Back the Blue Line” Prayer Service
Members of the community came together on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, during a community wide prayer service hosted by Sheriff Doyle Wooten. The prayer service was organized to support local law enforcement and all emergency responders. All citizens of the community, including local civic, government, and church leaders were invited to attend.

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Hillary Clinton in Orlando: ‘It is still dangerous to be LGBT in America’
A somber Hillary Clinton met privately on Friday with family members of victims of last month's Pulse nightclub killings in Orlando and later held a roundtable with community leaders. Three days before the start of the Democratic National Convention, Clinton said the massacre of 49 innocent patrons....

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