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Controversial Study Says That Video Games Make You Racist

A controversial new study that links video games to racism is taking gaming’s reputation from bad to worse. The study, published by Ohio State University, found that white gamers who used African-American avatars were more likely to associate negative behaviors with people of color, and act more aggressively towards them
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College Players Granted Right to Form Union

CHICAGO — A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board ruled Wednesday that a group of Northwestern football players were employees of the university and have the right to form a union and bargain collectively. For decades, the major college sports have functioned on the bedrock principle of the
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Obamacare applicants to get more deadline flexibility

Washington (CNN) — The Obama administration will give more time to people who try to apply for health insurance coverage through the federal marketplace by Monday but encounter difficulty, administration officials said Tuesday evening. Monday is the deadline for people to enroll in order to have coverage for this year
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Who Will Win The NCAA Tournament? The NCAA.

Just after noon Thursday, Ohio State and Dayton will tip off in the first (real) game of the NCAA Tournament, and 64 teams will begin their quest to lift college basketball’s most prestigious trophy. The beauty of this tournament is that no matter who we think will win — I
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Local officials probe claim of confession in Kendrick Johnson gym-mat death

Atlanta (CNN) — A Lowndes County, Georgia, assistant district attorney has ordered a communications company to hand over Internet records after investigators received an anonymous e-mail claiming an ex-schoolmate reportedly confessed to killing Kendrick Johnson. CNN obtained the e-mail and the subpoena on Monday, in response to a state Open
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Merirah Kwesi

Merira Kwesi is a researcher and lecturer on African history, fashion and culture. She presents exciting and educational, visually documented multimedia productions based on her examination of the culture and history of the African continent. Sister Kwesi unmasks the façade of many western institutions to expose the ancient African roots
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Ronald Bennett (Big Ron)

He is a songwriter, singer, and a motivation speaker for our youth. Positive Kids Power (PKP) is a non-profit group that helps motivate, mentor and mold our children. The born and raised Birmingham, Alabama native believes “I am somebody cause’ GOD don’t make no mess.” His current single,”Don’t Shoot,” talks
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Dick Parsons and Ronald Lauder bring impact investing to sub-Saharan Africa

The duo’s unexpected new chapter: Finding opportunities that offer financial return and do good at the same time (think schools in Kenya, surgery-free circumcision, and a maker of Shea butter). By Shawn Tully, editor-at-large FORTUNE – Dick Parsons asserts that the field of ‘impact investing,” putting money into ventures that
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