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Decision not to appoint Steve Wilks as Carolina Panthers' head coach points to a 'legitimate race problem in the NFL,' say his attorneys

The Carolina Panthers' decision to overlook Steve Wilks and appoint someone else as their new head coach points to a "legitimate race problem in the NFL," the former interim coach's attorneys say.

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Shazam! Fury of the Gods – only in theaters March 17. #ShazamMovie

From New Line Cinema comes “Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” which continues the story of teenage Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word “SHAZAM!,” is transformed into his adult Super Hero alter ego, Shazam.

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Helping People and Pets: BARC Houston Receives Mars Petcare Grant

BARC, the City of Houston's Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, is excited to announce that it has received a $20,000 grant from Mars Petcare to support its Healthy Pets Healthy Streets (HPHS) program, which provides free spay/neuter services to owned pets of qualifying Houston residents. As a 2022 BETTER CITIES FOR PETS™ Program Grant recipient, BARC will be able to expand outreach for the Healthy Pets, Healthy Streets initiative through translated program materials and marketing to more pet parents in underserved areas, including Houston's Complete Communities.

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Beads and Saving Lives: It’s a Mardi Gras Thing

Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center Partners with Mardi Gras! Galveston

Let the good times roll! Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center and Mardi Gras! Galveston has partnered for another year to save lives and help replenish our community's ongoing need for blood. Donors will receive a ticket to Mardi Gras! Galveston 2023 when they successfully donate blood from January 30 to February 6, 2023.

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JSU President Hudson Recognized as a Top CEO by Mississippi Business Journal

Jackson State University President Thomas K. Hudson, J.D. has been selected as a 2023 Top CEO by the Mississippi Business Journal. The distinguished cohort of 23 leaders were honored today at an awards ceremony held in Jackson, Miss.

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Freeway Manor Park Construction Starting

Mayor Pro Tem Martin is excited to announce an update on Mayor Turner’s 50/50 Park Partners initiative at Freeway Manor Park where construction began this month on projects that were identified by community input during our community listening session and balanced with available funding.

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Updates that may affect your tax season

It is officially tax season, according to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) which declared that this year’s tax season started on Monday, January 23. It’s that special time of year when people collect their documents to either rush over to their tax preparer or enter in themselves so that they can receive those nice tax refund checks.

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BLACK LEADERS APPLAUD CURRICULUM REVISIONS TO AP AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES COURSE

Concerned Communities for America: "An African American Studies course is vital to include in the Advanced Placement curriculum available to America's high school students"

Today, Concerned Communities for America (CCA) applauded the College Board for agreeing to revise its Advanced Placement African American Studies curriculum in response to objections raised by the Florida Department of Education, with the following statement from CCA board chairman E.W. Jackson:

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Gulf Coast AFL-CIO Announces Early Endorsement of John Whitmire for Houston Mayor

Following a vote by union delegates, the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO today announced their endorsement of John Whitmire for Houston Mayor.

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John Whitmire Receives Endorsement From Gulf Coast AFL-CIO in Houston Mayor’s Race

Senator John Whitmire today expressed his gratitude for the endorsement of the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Foundation, AFL-CIO in the Houston mayor’s race.

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