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NHCDP Town Hall With Yvonne Holley and Josh Stein

NHCDP Town Hall With Yvonne Holley and Josh Stein

When: Monday, June 22nd, 7 p.m. Where: Zoom Virtual Town Hall For Attorney General Josh Stein and Lieutenant

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million to HBCUs

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million to HBCUs

  Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings and his wife, Patty Quillin, have donated $120 million to historically black

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Supreme Court to Decide the Future of the Electoral College

Supreme Court to Decide the Future of the Electoral College

Many Americans are surprised to learn that in U.S. presidential elections, the members of the Electoral

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Black Religious Leaders Are up Front and Central in US Protests

Black Religious Leaders Are up Front and Central in US Protests

When the Rev. Al Sharpton implored white America to “get your knee off our necks” at

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A Call for $1 Trillion in Federal Aid to Prevent Further Racial, Economic Divisions 

A Call for $1 Trillion in Federal Aid to Prevent Further Racial, Economic Divisions 

Without immediate aid to states, cities and towns in the next coronavirus relief bill, the structural

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PFAW: GOP “More Afraid of Police Unions than Police Killings”  

PFAW: GOP “More Afraid of Police Unions than Police Killings”  

WASHINGTON, D.C.—  Following today’s unveiling of a Senate Republican police reform bill, PFAW President Ben Jealous and

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Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) Introduces the Right to PROTEST Act

Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) Introduces the Right to PROTEST Act

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) introduced the Right to Protect Real Objectors Taking

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Police Unions Are One of the Biggest Obstacles to Transforming Policing

Police Unions Are One of the Biggest Obstacles to Transforming Policing

Protesters and community organizers are increasingly calling for defunding and disbanding the police as a way to end

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Can’t Stay Home, Can’t Keep Curfew: People Experiencing Homelessness Caught in Pandemic

Can’t Stay Home, Can’t Keep Curfew: People Experiencing Homelessness Caught in Pandemic

People experiencing homelessness in the United States—already at heightened risk and with fewer resources due to

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Will the Murder of George Floyd Finally Bring About the Change

Will the Murder of George Floyd Finally Bring About the Change

“I can’t breathe!” This has become an all too familiar phrase, uttered by yet another African

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Faith and Common-Sense, Ways to Fight Coronavirus

Faith and Common-Sense, Ways to Fight Coronavirus

“I was Just Thinking” Norma Adams Wade Fannie Mae Miles Bradford, at 89, has experienced more

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Black Lives Matter Founder Finds Hope in Global Protests Over George Floyd’s Alleged Murder

Black Lives Matter Founder Finds Hope in Global Protests Over George Floyd’s Alleged Murder

For Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza the global outpouring of protests and activism following the

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Racial Divide of Coronavirus Is Real, So Are Innovations That Can Help

Racial Divide of Coronavirus Is Real, So Are Innovations That Can Help

News about the novel coronavirus, which has now claimed over 100,000 American lives, is all around us. A

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Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit Demanding Better Conditions in Broward County Jail

Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit Demanding Better Conditions in Broward County Jail

Despite the state’s move to reopen, Broward County Jail remains a hot spot for COVID-19 infections.

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Original Play About Dark Skin, Colorism & Darkism Comes to Pay-Per-View

Original Play About Dark Skin, Colorism & Darkism Comes to Pay-Per-View

Rashida Strober is the first dark skin woman to put colorism and dark skin on the

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New Video, Mothers Call For Action to Save Black Sons’ Lives

Denver, CO — The murder of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis, Minn. sent shock waves

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American Antifa – The Tactics, Culture, and Practice of Militant Antifascism

The movement called “antifa” gets its name from a short form of “anti-fascist,” which is about

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NFL Continues Strong Social Justice Initiative with $250 Million Commitment

NFL Continues Strong Social Justice Initiative with $250 Million Commitment

The National Football League’s social justice initiative has continued to inspire change in underserved communities, including

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Russell Simmons Leads Hip-Hop Elite in Praising New Police Reform Legislation

Russell Simmons Leads Hip-Hop Elite in Praising New Police Reform Legislation

In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, the hip-hop community has rallied behind

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When the Protesting Ends – Do You Just Go Home?

When the Protesting Ends – Do You Just Go Home?

There is a ground swell in America, and for 13 days there has been multiracial protests

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Safe Elections Not Voter Suppression: Stop Photo Voter ID

Safe Elections Not Voter Suppression: Stop Photo Voter ID

Over the last decade, the North Carolina General Assembly leadership has consistently and brazenly manipulated election

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America Urgently Needs Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation to Bring Unity

America Urgently Needs Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation to Bring Unity

“Today, the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE) enthusiastically applauds the House Resolution urging that a

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Discover Five Inner Secret Weapons to Transform Your Lives

Discover Five Inner Secret Weapons to Transform Your Lives

Nationally recognized clinical psychologist, speaker, author, and playwright, Dr. Gloria Morrow, affectionately called “Dr. Gloria,” is helping

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Jack and Jill with Natural Grocers to Donate $133K to HBCU Students

Jack and Jill with Natural Grocers to Donate $133K to HBCU Students

Washington, DC — Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, Jack and Jill is still making a difference in

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Dr. Tony Evans’  Addresses the Faith Community’s Role in  Fighting Racial Injustice

Dr. Tony Evans’ Addresses the Faith Community’s Role in Fighting Racial Injustice

DALLAS, June 10, 2020 – Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in

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#HotVoteSummer Virtual Block Parties – Statewide

#HotVoteSummer Virtual Block Parties – Statewide

“Meet” us at the Virtual Block Party! Now that it’s summer, we really miss going out

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Virtual Event June 19 – Juneteenth Celebration, Black Women Lead: Voting in the 20s

Virtual Event June 19 – Juneteenth Celebration, Black Women Lead: Voting in the 20s

About this event Starts at 6:30 pm The African American Caucus of the Wake County Democratic

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Wear Your Armor In the Midst of Pandemic and Overt Racism

Wear Your Armor In the Midst of Pandemic and Overt Racism

With everything going on in our world today, my question to you is how does one

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Kareem Abdul Jabbar ‘It’s Important for Athletes to Speak Out’ in Wake of George Floyd Protests

Kareem Abdul Jabbar ‘It’s Important for Athletes to Speak Out’ in Wake of George Floyd Protests

Los Angeles Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is no stranger to social activism and protests. Jabbar, the

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Trump Administration Officials to Black America: ‘Coronavirus Pandemic is Your Fault’

Trump Administration Officials to Black America: ‘Coronavirus Pandemic is Your Fault’

According to a top official in President Donald Trump’s administration, the poor health of African Americans

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The Stuff of Dreams — MLK goes right on marching

The Stuff of Dreams — MLK goes right on marching

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and

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NCDHHS Reports First COVID-19 Pediatric Death in North Carolina

NCDHHS Reports First COVID-19 Pediatric Death in North Carolina

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first COVID-19-associated pediatric

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USPS Sets Vote-By-Mail Guidance for State, Local Election Officials

USPS Sets Vote-By-Mail Guidance for State, Local Election Officials

With vote-by-mail services in high demand during an extended primary election season, and with demand expected

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Where Are the African American Leaders as Protests Rock the Country

Where Are the African American Leaders as Protests Rock the Country

As protests rock the country in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police

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Are We Safer Now From Coronavirus Than We Were Three Months Ago

Are We Safer Now From Coronavirus Than We Were Three Months Ago

With social distancing guidelines and mandates mostly lifted, people have begun to head back to beaches, parks

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Why Are White Supremacists Protesting the Deaths of Black People?

Why Are White Supremacists Protesting the Deaths of Black People?

As protests about police violence among black people continue and become more widespread across the U.S.,

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Minneapolis’ ‘long, hot summer’ of ‘67 – and the parallels to today’s protests over police brutality

Minneapolis’ ‘long, hot summer’ of ‘67 – and the parallels to today’s protests over police brutality

The scene was intense. Black residents of Minneapolis angered over an incident of police brutality fought with

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Harold Varner III writes letter on killing of George Floyd, calls for unity and social justice

Harold Varner III writes letter on killing of George Floyd, calls for unity and social justice

The killing of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis last week, and the national

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A History of Violence: Institutional Racism in Our Criminal Legal System

A History of Violence: Institutional Racism in Our Criminal Legal System

Friday, June 5, 1:30 to 2:45 PM ET The killing of George Floyd is not a

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It Can’t Happen Here – and Then It Did

It Can’t Happen Here – and Then It Did

When Americans think of journalists attacked, arrested or imprisoned while doing their job, they think of it

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Congresswoman Karen Bass Says CBC Wants Federal Dollars to Aid the Black Press

Congressional Black Caucus Chair Karen Bass (D-Calif.) joined the Black Press of America for a live

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Attorney General Keith Ellison Takes over George Floyd Murder Case

Attorney General Keith Ellison Takes over George Floyd Murder Case

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has taken over the prosecution of ex-police officer Derek Chauvin in

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Black-Owned Laboratory Uses Artificial Intelligence Drug Discovery to Develop Treatment for COVID-19

Black-Owned Laboratory Uses Artificial Intelligence Drug Discovery to Develop Treatment for COVID-19

The novel coronavirus has ravaged most of the globe, but in the U.S., African Americans and

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ASK DR. KEVIN: An Unfamiliar, Rare Disease Associated with Heart Failure in African Americans

ASK DR. KEVIN: An Unfamiliar, Rare Disease Associated with Heart Failure in African Americans

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

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The Black Church Faces an Atypical Crisis

The Black Church Faces an Atypical Crisis

If a Tsunami happens on the other side of the world, some may be unaware and

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Obama’s Popularity Continues to Rise Amid Trump’s Rhetoric

Obama’s Popularity Continues to Rise Amid Trump’s Rhetoric

With unrestrained vitriol and the stunning lack of leadership emanating from the White House on an

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New Prosecutor in Ahmaud Arbery Case Refutes Conflict of Interest Complaint

New Prosecutor in Ahmaud Arbery Case Refutes Conflict of Interest Complaint

Discovering the hard-cold truth of why unarmed African Americans are being regularly gunned down by law

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Police Murder of George Floyd Sparks Uprisings Across America

Police Murder of George Floyd Sparks Uprisings Across America

From the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul to the Streets of San Francisco, Los

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Oprah Winfrey Donates $12 Million for COVID-19 Relief in Five Cities

Oprah Winfrey Donates $12 Million for COVID-19 Relief in Five Cities

During a recent virtual address to the class of 2020 college graduates, Oprah Winfrey spoke of

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N.C. Ballot Access Rule Changes for Pandemic Approved by House

N.C. Ballot Access Rule Changes for Pandemic Approved by House

Changes to mail-in absentee ballot rules in North Carolina and funds to improve safety at in-person

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