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Creating your own juices at home is a great way to lose weight and stay healthy. This is an easy way to make sure your body is getting the nutrients it needs and juicing at home can provide tasty, as well as, healthy treats. This article contains many tips to help you get the best out of juicing.

Do your best to set aside some room in the fridge for all of the new healthy foods that will go into your juices. This can be an entire shelf or a corner. Make this only for healthy foods, no junk in

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Clarence Moses-EL, front, walks out of the Denver County jail with his wife, Stephanie Burke, Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015, in Denver. A judge cleared the way for Moses-EL, who has spent 28 years behind bars for a rape he says he did not commit, setting bond that will allow him to walk free. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

A Denver man who spent more than a quarter-century in prison for an attack he denies committing walked free Tuesday, locking arms with his wife as his tearful children applauded and

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St. Louis, Missouri, rapper Thi’sl.

Christian rapper Thi’sl, a St. Louis, Missouri, native, knows firsthand about the racial tensions that have plagued his city for decades. It is that same dark cloud of racial unrest that overshadows the recent police killing of an 18-year-old black man in nearby Ferguson. Calling for justice while trumpeting a peaceful response, Thi’sl also says it is time for the church to step up and face the fact that U.S. Christianity has its own fester

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How To Have Faith in Justice

  7936050257?profile=originalFaith has always been the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things unseen. But what happens to that hope when the laws around us seem to be a little tainted and many times it seems like justice has no equal playing field. What happens to the little child that runs to his mother and tells his mother that he was being bullied by another? That parent will immediately want justice for her son, and for that particular school to act swiftly and accordingly to the rule book. But what

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A bid to secure a posthumous presidential pardon for Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jamaica's first national hero, has been rejected out of hand by the Barack Obama White House in Washington.

But the Administration's rejection is unlikely to end the campaign in and out of the United States, Jamaica and elsewhere to clear the name of the iconic figure. 
Garvey, who led the greatest mass movement of Blacks in the United States in the first half of the 20th century and is often credited by historians and
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*The Sacramento Bee reports that there is something new – and unusual – going on at Mount Olive Baptist Church.

It’s called a Kingdom Partnership. It is focused on what the church needs to do to remain relevant in today’s society and its goal is to help the struggling community around it.

“The majority of churches that were full 20 years ago are half full or less today. Most are having church to do two things – pay the bills and pay the pastor’s salary,” said the Rev. Kenneth Paramore, pas

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