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Cricket Wireless Launches Contest for Small Business Owners, Chicagoans Urged to Apply

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CHICAGO–Cricket Wireless announced the launch of its Cricket Community Stars: Salute to Solopreneurs contest to recognize men and women who serve as one-person enterprises and still make it a priority to help their community.

“Small businesses and entrepreneurs are the heartbeat of most communities,” said Winston Warrior, Director of Marketing and C

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All We Ever Do Is Talk- Embracing Educational Reform

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There’s been a lot of discussion lately about our public school systems. A recent report revealed that 49 schools within Tulsa Public Schools received an F grade by the state of Oklahoma. Most of those schools are in my legislative district.

I am constantly wondering how, with so many different avenues of resources and different “plans of action” b

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Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 15:53

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Former Beyonce Dancer Visits Chicago, Offers Jazz Master Class

CHICAGO–Alvester Martin, 27, has already shared the stage with star studded entertainers like Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez and pop star diva Beyoncé. Yes, that’s right, Queen B. He first started dancing for the Grammy Award winning singer in 2004 when he was handpicked to join her 2005 Destiny Fulfilled World Tour. He even performed with her at t

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Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 14:03

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Spike Lee Blasts Post-Racial America, Calls It ‘Bullsh*t’ [VIDEO]

 

Spike Lee (pictured) has never been one to mince words, so when Fusion host Jorge Ramos asked him to during a recent interview to discuss the current state of race in America, he let loose on a range of issues, including police violence against Blacks and what he tells his children about racism.

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Why We’re Actually Not Mad At ‘Tiny And Shekinah’s Weave Trip’

My initial reaction to an email from VH1 about a new series called Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip was a cry for help. As in, “Jesus and Beyoncé: Please don’t let this show be another attempt by white folks to embarrass us.” Already, I can imagine some people thinking I have my nerve given I watch Love & Hip Hop: Wherever faithfully. Fair...

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