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Georgia Teen Loses Both of His Parents to COVID-19 Just Days Apart

Johns Creek, GA — Justin Hunter, a 17-year old African American teen from Georgia, is devastated after

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Young Black Americans Not Sold on Biden, the Democrats or Voting

Most political analysts define “swing voters” as those who swing their support from one party to

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In Confederate Statue Debates, Common Values Can Bring Meaningful Resolution

The U.S. is engaged in a national debate about how to deal with monuments to Confederate

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What Is Intolerance Fatigue, and How Is It Fueling Black Lives Matter Protests?

Protesters remain on the streets demanding equality and justice for Black Americans. What they’re feeling, I

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Cyberspace Is Critical Infrastructure – It Will Take Effective Government Oversight

A famous 1990s New Yorker cartoon showed two dogs at a computer and a caption that

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Trump’s Housing Announcement Seen as So Racist, “It’s ‘Not Even A Dog Whistle Anymore’

President Donald Trump has rolled back a Barack Obama-era housing rule intended to halt racial segregation

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Spiritually Speaking … Don’t Throw Your Own Pity Party and Then Attend

While I was trying to remember where I heard or read about the concept of letting

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Some Unemployed African Americans At Fault For Not Applying For Job Opportunities

The national Black unemployment rate is as high as 15% according to Forbes compared to just 11% for

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Chicago Sun Times: State Unemployment Extended as Claims Remain Historically High

The Illinois Department of Employment Security announced Thursday that 20 weeks of state extended benefits are

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HBCU Change Launches App For Using Your Spare Change to Fund Historically Black Colleges

HBCU Change app’s automated spare change round-up aims to create economic empowerment with national adoption from

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New York’s Attorney General Alleges Widespread Corruption at the NRA

New York Attorney General Letitia James has launched what many may perceive as a proverbial David

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Joe Biden 2020 for President Campaign Commits Major Ad Dollars to Black-Owned Media

Presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden is ramping up his campaign with a record-setting $280 million

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Our Battle to Protect Democracy’s Greatest Tool: It’s on Us to Honor the Legacy of Representative John Lewis

When a young John Lewis led hundreds of foot soldiers in a march over Selma’s Edmund

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Critical Insights On Unique Health Needs Of African Americans

access to the highest quality of healthcare for persons of color,” said Eric J. Williams, DNP, RN, CNE, FAAN, President, National Black Nurses Association. “Our participation in the study helps us better understand health attitudes and behaviors of African Americans.

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Walker’s Legacy Receives Black-Owned Business Grant From Wework

Walker’s Legacy among grant recipients of $2 million initiative by WeWork in support of Black-owned small

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The Diversity Movement Expands Team with Nationally Recognized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Expert Shelley Willingham

RALEIGH – The Diversity Movement (TDM) welcomes Shelley Willingham as Vice President of Business Strategy, where

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Open Letter: Top Black Women Leaders Denounce Racist, Sexist Attacks Against VP Candidates

Open letter by black women leaders in response to the narrative surrounding black women nominees for

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month – Increasing Awareness Among Minorities

The resolution was sponsored by Rep. Albert Wynn (D-MD) and co-sponsored by a large bi-partisan group to

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America’s Mental Health Depends on Public Employees, The KOSE Way

If our families and communities are to thrive, they need an effective system of mental health services. Funding and staffing cutbacks in state systems have jeopardized people affected by mental illnesses.

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Here’s How Witnessing Violence Harms Children’s Mental Health

Parents are often the first to recognize their children are struggling with mental health and behavioral issues. And they could be the best providers of mental health first aid

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Discusses the Impact and Severity of COVID-19 Disparities in African Americans

During a 30-minute interview with BlackPressUSA that was streamed live over Facebook, YouTube, and www.BlackPressUSA.com, Dr. Anthony

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NNPA Salutes the Memory and Legacy of Publisher Imogene McDaniel Harris

Washington, DC, August 1, 2020: The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) expresses sincere condolences to the

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Seizing the Moment While Black Lives Do Matter – Op-ed from “Just Saying…”

My 30-something-year-old son has been active in the protests in San Diego, California triggered by the

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Posthumous Editorial by John Lewis: Together, You Can Redeem the Soul of Our Nation

  Mr. Lewis, the civil rights leader who died on July 17, wrote this essay shortly

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N.C. Needs Poll Workers! Students at Least 17 Years Old Can Serve & Get the Stipend

Please contact your local Board of Election to determine if your county has such an initiative.

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Minority Contractors Seeking a Fair Shake in Guilford County’s Public Projects

GREENSBORO — Local contractor Derek Miller’s G.I.A. Painting Co. has been in business for more than 25

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Poor, Minority Students at Dilapidated Schools Face Added Risks

Classrooms, gyms and cafeterias at schools across the U.S. have remained empty for months now. And

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Groups Sue Ohio Over Unconstitutional Signature-Matching for Mail-In Ballots

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Ohio, and Lawyers’ Committee filed a

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With 150,000 Dead and Polls in Free Fall, Trump Seeks a Culture War

With less than 100 days left until Election Day, President Donald Trump has increased his references

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Motorsports in America: Do Black Lives Matter? Diversity Initiatives Happening Now

Washington, DC — On July 4th, the motorsports world was exploding with action in Austria with

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Is the Postal Service Slowing Mail Delivery?

Already frustrated with late, delayed or lost mail? Residents who depend on the U.S. Postal Service

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Coronavirus Diets: What’s Behind the Urge to Eat Like Little Kids?

Have you noticed grabbing an extra bag of chips at the supermarket? Or eating more frozen

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Demands Police Reforms, Stands in Solidarity with Over 5 million Members

Sorority to Use Service Programs and Coalition Agenda to Fight Systemic Racism CHICAGO, IL – Alpha

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Senate’s Failure to Act on Federal Aid to State and Local Governments Jeopardizes Veterans’ Jobs

Recently, the Republican-controlled Senate and White House rolled out the HEALS Act, which not only guts

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All of Us Need to Help Revitalize Public Faith in Our Democracy

Amid all the troubles occupying our attention, one of the more worrisome is also one of

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Congressman G.K. Butterfield, Rep. Carla Cunningham, Sound Alarm on Health Care in the Middle of a Pandemic 

**TODAY: July 29th at 6PM** Advocates to Mobilize North Carolinians to Mark Three Year Anniversary of

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National Library Leaders Spotlight Role of HBCU Libraries in Developing Black Leaders

CHICAGO – On Thursday, July 30, at 2 p.m. CT, American Library Association (ALA) President Julius

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Black Automotive Media Group Hosts Discussions Over Lack of Inclusion

Letter to Automakers Outlines Concerns Regarding Fairness and Equity for Black Automotive Media The Black Automotive Media

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How to Make Sure You’re Wearing Your Mask Right

Whether or not you agree with a mandate to wear a mask, many of us will

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Disinformation Campaigns: Truth, Lies and Sincere Beliefs – Lessons From the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has spawned an infodemic, a vast and complicated mix of information, misinformation and disinformation.

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These 91 Black-Owned Businesses Worked Together to Generate $49M in Sales in One Year

Traffic Sales and Profit (TSP), a powerful network and Facebook group of almost 14,000 purpose-driven African

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The Game is Not a Game: The Power, Protest and Politics of American Sports

By Scoop Jackson
Liberating and provocative, with sharp wit and generous humor, Jackson’s essays explore the role that sports plays in American society and the hypocritical standards…

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‘Wall of Veterans’ Arrives in Portland to Protect Black Lives Matter Protesters

A group of military veterans joined Black Lives Matter protesters in Portland as part of an

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The Office Is Dead! Long Live the Office in a Post-Pandemic World

Relationships need proxmity Although we’ve seen numerous office epitaphs in recent weeks, we believe the pre-pandemic workspace isn’t going away

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How the Images of John Lewis Being Beaten During ‘Bloody Sunday’ Went Viral

On March 7, 1965, Alabama state troopers beat and gassed John Lewis and hundreds of marchers

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WATCH: Rep. Val Demings (D-FL) Talks VP Candidacy, Blasts Trump for Pardons

Congresswoman Val Demings (D-Fla.) was not shy about her willingness to serve as vice president under

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Painting, Protests and Pandemic: From Canvas to Masks

It’s not folk art, but Tedism. It is the unique style of art and storytelling by

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U.S. Postal Service to Review Stamp Honoring Supremes Florence Ballard

Supremes legend Mary Wilson is on a crusade that she hopes will end with the United

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Biden Surrogates Tout Plan for Mobilizing American Talent

President Donald Trump’s failure to control the coronavirus pandemic has worsened a long list of challenges

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