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Rescuing Sex Trafficking Victims: Children of the Night Rescuing Over 10,000 Children

Children of the Night announced a new global initiative to rescue 10,000 more children worldwide from sex trafficking.  A nationwide toll-free hotline is also staffed 24/7.

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Join the Celebration October 30th is National Dashiki Day!

To join in, all you have to do is wear your Dashiki on October 30th, and make sure you join the parties in every city participating in this beautiful festival. Muslim, Christian, Jew, black, white, red, brown or blue.

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Financial Expert Quantifies the Cost of Anti-Black Discrimination in America

The Black Tax takes the reader through a complete paradigm shift that causes the reader to evaluate all forms of spending and investment in terms of the number of jobs created or businesses developed within the Black community.

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Black-Owned Telecommunications Firm Donates Phones and SIM Cards to Families in Puerto Rico

By age 18, he had created his own computer operating system. He achieved another milestone in 2011, when the FCC approved the company’s application to own spectrum, leading to the construction of the company’s first cellular tower.

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Oprah Used to Be the World’s Richest Black Woman Until This Woman Came Along!

Folorunsho does a lot of public speaking and also shares valuable wisdom about life in her books. She is the author of several best-selling books including The Cry of Widows and Orphans, a resource material for policy makers and legislators

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After Eight Years, Black-Owned Company Wins $700 Million to Redevelop South Central LA

The proposal was made by Black-owned Capri Investment Group, headquartered in Chicago, and includes homes for low-income earners and an expanded and revitalized shopping mall.

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CEO/ Philanthropist Wins $15K Competition; Launches Summit To Empower Girls

When girls come together at Day of the Girl Buffalo 2017, they can share their own perspective on what really matters to them and teach themselves, adults, boys, and other girl’s new ways of thinking about gender issues.

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Indigenous People Invented the so-called ‘American Dream’

These Native Americans organized in groups to undertake massive projects as a communal cooperative, leaving a built legacy of equality across America’s landscape.

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The Fight to Protect Voting Rights Continues #StayWoke We Must Take Every Opportunity to Fight Voter Suppression

Oftentimes, the flashier issues and nonstop, highly visible attacks against the foundation of our nation’s values take our minds off of the critical bread and butter issue that, without which, there is no true democracy—the vote.

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The American Flag Is Soaked in Black Blood

There are those who have a story to tell about so-called disrespect to the “American flag,” the same American flag that is drenched in blood.  Black men went to fight in World War I and came back to this country and were lynched … This protest is about police brutality.

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NNPA Chairman Says Gun Control Is “Forbidden Subject” When Mass Shooters are White and Male; This Is a “Glaring Double Standard.”

High-profile incidents involving so-called ‘Black-on-Black’ violence, the cries for gun control ring loud and clear. Yet, when White males are accused of domestic terrorism, suddenly gun control is a forbidden subject.”

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Urban Noise Pollution in Poor and Minority Neighborhoods and Segregated Cities

Neighborhoods with higher poverty rates and proportions of black, Hispanic and Asian residents have higher noise levels. More racially segregated cities are worse.

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