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Something is happening in Memphis

I will be graduating on May 10, and, as I reflect over my years at LeMoyne-Owen College, I am reminded of a speech I gave during a breakfast commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  In

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Three generations of Lees, senior Quincie, her mother Edith, and her grandmother Lue Armstead contend with the affects of breast cancer.

Early Diagnosis Crucial to Breast Cancer Survival

Family meetings. I never looked forward to those. The last time we had one, my grandfather passed away and that was in 2001. August 2011 was the time. Just a few weeks after my aunt’s

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The Lamb That Was Slain: The Killing of Trayvon Martin

In ancient Jewish tradition, an animal sacrifice– most often a lamb– was used as an offering, a tithe if you will, for God to illustrate man’s appreciation for the blessings they received from the omnipotent