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How a black man says he ‘outsmarted’ a neo-Nazi group and became their new leader | The Washington Post

Katie Mettler, The Washington Post One of the largest and oldest neo-Nazi groups in the United States appears to have an unlikely new leader: James Stern, a black activist who has vowed to dismantle it. (Rogelio V. Solis/AP), Featured Image notifying his followers or even his inner circle, the longtime president of a legacy neo-Nazi group handed his organization to a black civil rights activist from California. James Hart Stern, 54, is the new president of the National Socialist Movement, a group whose members wear uniforms reminiscent of those worn in Nazi Germany, celebrate Adolf Hitler and organize public rallies […]

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Woman is disturbed by her neighbor’s loud music and decides to be nice about it | University Fox

Jaime Lewis, University Fox Photo Courtesy of Candice Benbow.com, Featured Image many of us may wish for a peaceful, quiet house where we can come home after a long day of work and just unwind – it isn’t always so easy. If you live in an apartment building, having peace and quiet may not be so simple – especially if you have a neighbor who likes to throw the occasional late-night party. However, what do you do when a neighbor continues to play their techno beats at an extremely high volume every single night, sometimes even until the wee small […]

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She Isn’t High-Maintenance, You’re Just Low Effort | Her Way

April Callaghan, Her Way time I checked, having standards doesn’t make a woman high-maintenance, it just makes her a person who knows what she wants. It doesn’t make her a mission impossible, it just requires a bit more effort than it normally would. And putting in extra effort can be a problem to some, which is why it’s always easier to come up with excuses than it is to step up your game. She is the kind of woman who doesn’t depend on anyone. It’s because she knows to lean on someone in life means to be left without anything […]

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Meet the Principal who’s Recruiting Men of Color to Pursue Teaching Careers | Chicago Public Schools (CPS)

Currently, African American men represent just two percent of teachers in the nation and there’s even less in Illinois. Butler College Prep Principal Chris Goins is working on a solution. “There are so many initiatives trying to recruit men of color into the classroom, but that’s after they are in college,” Goins said. “For whatever reason no one has really thought about how do we do this and identify them in high school at the same time.” His “Intro to Urban Education” class—new to Butler this year–was specifically created to introduce students of color to a career in education. His […]

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Jaden Smith’s Foundation Unveils Filtration System Designed to Provide Flint with Clean Water | The Root

Jay Connor, The Root Jaden Smith Hollis Johnson/Business Insider, Featured Image Jaden Smith is most commonly known for his acting chops and blossoming rap career, on the low, the son of Jada and Willard is quite the philanthropist too. The Associated Press reports that the 20-year-old’s JUST goods foundation is joining forces with First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church to deploy a mobile water filtration system—known as “The Water Box”—in Flint, MI, that will reduce lead and other potential contaminants. Also of note, the filtration system was designed and engineered by JUST goods and the church. CLICK TO READ THE FULL […]

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