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RNC Skewered After Tweeting Trump’s ‘Outer Space’ Second Term Priorities

As the pandemic worsens with more than 70,000 new cases each day, unemployment numbers rising, and

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ELECTION 2020: For Many Voters, “It’s [Still] the Economy, Stupid…”

During the heated 1992 presidential race, James Carville, who was then a strategist for the Bill

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For Millions of Americans, the Future of Health Care is What’s on the Ballot

Elections Have Consequences #1 Presidential elections impact Americans’ lives in a wide array of ways. It’s

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The Future of Education Is at Stake in the 2020 Election

  Dr. Naomi Johnson Booker, the founder of the Philadelphia-based charter school management corporation, Global Academies, is

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‘Threat to Health Care and Civil Rights’ Judge Barrett Confirmed by GOP Senate

Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative judge with a stated opposition to the Affordable Care Act and

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Latest Executive Orders Seen as Attempts to Sabotage a Biden Administration and Eliminate Diversity and Inclusion Programs

With record early voting numbers heavily pointing to a potential landslide by Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe

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Dave Roberts Becomes Second Black Manager to Win the World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers are the champions of baseball in large part because of a masterful

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Why Mixed Messaging Can Erode Trust in Institutions – What To Believe and Whom

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently revised its guidance to acknowledge that COVID-19 can be spread

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November 3: So Much at Stake in This Election to Restore Government for the People

Vote! I cannot say it any simpler or say it enough. Vote to restore government for

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Kristen Welker Guides Trump and Biden to Real Debate

  President Donald Trump went face to face with his enemies – real and perceived –

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Voter Suppression Tactics and Long Lines Fail to Quell Resolve of Black Voters

The lines are long, but Black voters are demonstrating their will to vote. In Texas, Georgia,

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Why the 2020 Vote Matters More than Ever to African Americans

“Some had to pay fees. Some were tested. Many people died for that right. It is

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Oprah Winfrey To Host Virtual Town Halls in Key States To Encourage, Inspire and Support Voters

 Ahead of Election – Events Are Free and Open to the Public on Zoom Los Angeles –

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Younger Voters Are Turning Out More, But Continue to Lag in Returning Mail Ballots and Voting Early In-Person

National analysis also finds voters aged 65 and older are voting early at rates higher than

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In Two Political Battlegrounds, Thousands of Mail-in Ballots Are on the Verge of Being Rejected

Tens of millions of Americans have already cast their ballots for the 2020 election by mail,

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Election 2020: 89 Articles to Teach You About How American Elections Really Work

Editors’ note: In a world transformed by a pandemic, few of the fundamentals in Americans’ lives

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How to Track Your Mail-in Ballot – And Will It Get Back in Time to Be Counted

Many voters who want to participate in the election by mail are concerned about when they’ll

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OP-ED: My Plan to Lift Every Voice in Black America

There is injustice in America. There is discrimination. There is a legacy of racism and inequality

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BHERC Announces Films and Filmmakers for the 26th Streaming Online on BHERC TV

Over 140 films selected from over 1500 entries from the US and twenty countries around the

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Federal Judge Halts Trump’s Rule That Would Prevent 700K From Receiving Food Stamps During Pandemic

  If the 2020 election’s importance wasn’t apparent to those casting ballots, a federal judge’s decision

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Domestic Terror Arrests in Michigan Heighten Alarm of Rightwing Violence

In recent months, FBI Director Christopher Wray, Chad Wolf, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, and several

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Daughter of COVID Victim Works to Honor Father’s Memory

Sabila Khan is one of more than 209,000 American families who have lost a loved one

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NNPA Publishers Respond to Joe Biden’s Commitment and Plan for Black America

  The commitment by Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden to help increase opportunities and recognize the

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There’s Something More Important Than Kamala

  “How about Kamala in the debate?” Well, I’m smart enough to know that if I

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Terminated Employees in Sheriff Department Continue to Report to Work, Drive County Vehicles

The Greene County Commission held its regular monthly meeting, Tuesday, October 13, 2020, since Monday, October

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Black Voices Are Loud and Clear at New York Film Festival

The lineup at the 2020 New York Film Festival (NYFF) included an impressive array of African

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Post-Election Actions Planned If Trump Contests Results, Declares Victory Before All Votes Counted

Coalition Of 100+ Groups Launch Interactive Map Pushing Americans To RSVP To Local Events At ProtectTheResults.com

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Mail-in Voting Is Safe and Reliable in 43 States and the District of Columbia, Vote by Mail

Time is running out for Americans who want to cast their ballots by mail. If you

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California Congresswoman, South Central Residents Bewildered by Ice Cube/Trump Relationship

To Sean Broadus and his brother Evan, Ice Cube was more than an icon. He presented

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Black SuperPac Urges Candidates, Parties to Spend Millions with Black Businesses

One of America’s leading Black conservative political action committee has instituted a national effort to help

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Heart Failure Among African Americans: A Community Disproportionately Impacted

The “Ask Dr. Kevin” series is brought to you by Pfizer Rare Disease in collaboration with

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Ford Law Career Academy Aims to Increase Diversity in the Legal Profession

DEARBORN, Mich. – With the singular mission of bringing diversity to the practice of law, Ford Motor

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The Illness of King Donald, or Why Progressives Cannot Concede Any Ground

When word broke of the President and First Lady testing positive for Covid19, an image flashed

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Black Violin Announces Debut Holiday Album “Give Thanks” Out November 20th

Recently, Black Violin, the classical-meets-hip-hop duo of Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste, announced Give Thanks, their

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The Dallas Weekly Wins Big with Best of Black Dallas 2020

The Dallas Weekly, the No. 1 African American media outlet serving North Texas since 1954, is

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As Clinical Trials Halt, U.S. Covid Cases Surge

Eli Lilly announced this week that it would pause a government-sponsored COVID-19 clinical trial because of

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LIFEWTR Debuts Digital Time Capsule, “Black Art Rising,” to Immortalize the Legacy of Black Protest Art

LIFEWTR, a premium water brand with a history of amplifying social progress through art, has launched Black

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Asheville Citizen-Times Endorses Joe Biden: Joe Biden will do what’s right for Western North Carolinians

  On the first day of in-person early voting, the Asheville Citizen-Times endorsed Joe Biden for

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IN MEMORIAM: Joe Morgan, “Big Red Machine” Star Dies at 77

Joe Leonard Morgan, one of the all-time greatest second basemen in Major League Baseball history, and

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CDC Greenlights Evictions Despite Continued Pandemic

Landlords can resume eviction proceedings after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued clarifications to

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How to Save Democracy From GOP Sabotage – Abuses of Power?

I keep hearing from progressives who lament that even if Biden wins, Trump and McConnell have

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Native Americans Protesting Border Wall Tear Gassed, Arrested by US Agents on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Twelve people, including at least eight Native Americans, were arrested near an immigration checkpoint in Southern

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North Carolina NAACP to Host “Make Good Trouble” Day of Action on the First Day of Early Voting 

GREENSBORO, NC — Recently, the North Carolina NAACP announced the list of branches to hold “Make

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Virginia Union University Brings HBCU Experience to the Cloud With Launch of Distance Learning Initiative VUU Global

Virginia Union University, a premier liberal arts university, today announced the launch of VUU Global, a new distance learning venture, bringing

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A White House in Pandemic Cannot Stand – A ‘Super-Spreader’ Event Misses the Point

  The virus is “coming from inside the White House,” blared the latest headline from The

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Schools Often Fail To Identify Gifted and Talented Students – Especially if They Are Black, Latino or Native American

About a decade ago, I was working with a large, urban school district on creating a gifted

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Unite Inc. and Hustlers Guild Presents the HBCUs Froward Voter Pep Rally

About the Event Unite Inc and Hustlers Guild presents the HBCUs Froward Voter Pep Rally. This

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Eric Hale Becomes 1st Black Male to Win Texas Teacher of the Year Award

  Dallas, TX — Eric Hale, a first-grade teacher at Burnet Elementary School in Dallas, has

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Workers Can’t Expect Sympathy from Amy Coney Barrett to Defend Their Rights

When it comes to Supreme Court rulings, constitutional law cases – like Roe v. Wade and Citizens United – tend

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