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Derek T. Dingle
Sr. VP/Editor-in-Chief of Magazine. Award-winning author. Co-founder, Milestone Media comic book co. Proud alum of Norfolk State U.
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Bret Baier 7h
Most Tweeted about Democratic Candidates On Stage Warren Booker Castro O’Rourke Klobuchar Gabbard
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Jaime Harrison 8h
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Black Enterprise 17h
“Don’t get discouraged. Climbing the first mountain earns you your right to climb the rest of the mountains.” Michael Thompson, President & CEO, Fair Oaks Farms LLC Fair Oaks Farms LLC ranks #11 on the ’s with $342 MILLION in revenue
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Derek T. Dingle 7h
Voting rights must be a key issue in Election 2020. It will interesting to see if it is addressed Part 2 tomorrow night
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The Root 7h
"What about Eric Garner and Tamir Rice and Laquan McDonald and Sandra Bland?" At the , Julián Castro made sure to name victims of police brutality while addressing his plan for police reform.
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Van Jones 7h
Warren dominated, but Castro came out of nowhere and pulled a Texas takedown! Who won the debate?
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Zerlina Maxwell 8h
1. Warren 2. Castro 3. My Mayor 4. Booker Ranked performance order IMO
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Jonathan Alter 7h
I’m struck by how split viewers are over who they thought did best. That sounds like a recipe for strife but actually suggests divisions in the party aren’t that deep and it will unite easily around the nominee.
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Bakari Sellers 8h
Warren came in owning the night, answers on McConnell and guns were ok, but she was untouched & still soaring. Booker & Castro, both really good. Klobuchar and Beto didn’t break out. Not bad nights though. To be honest it was a good night, I’d vote for them ALL over Trump.
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Cornell Belcher 8h
Winners: Castro,Gabbard, de Blasio & even w/exchange Ryan -they walk off stage larger thn they walked on. Losers: Beto, and Klobuchar - not sure they walk off larger than they walked on. Meh: Booker & Warren, they got the most time but not sure they used it best
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Derek T. Dingle 10h
You must read this article by 's -- the most comprehensive analysis on the Democratic presidential hopefuls & their stance on issues most vital to African American voters
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Derek T. Dingle Jun 24
Congratulations, Alfred! Proud of your achievements, my good brother.
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
Congrats to Kristina & James Jones Jr of Court Buddy for winning Tech Business of the Year
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
Asia Newson has trained over 100 youth entrepreneurs!
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
Asia Newson has won Teenpreneur of the year!
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
Congratulations to Enovia Bedford, and LaFreda Hendley of Black Tech Charlotte for winning Community Champions award
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
“There will be many naysayers as you begin your journey but as my mother says don’t look at my start, look at my finish” Damian Mills, President & CEO, Mills Automotive Group
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
Company of the Year Award goes to Fair Oaks Farm LLC
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Black Enterprise Jun 21
“Benefits of 5G: responsiveness is as fast as the blink of an eye.” Shay Phillips
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