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Interactive Comprehensive Map Shows Thousands of Lynchings Thoughout American

In the century following the Civil War, as many as 5,000 people of color were murdered

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Journalists Blast Facebook’s Zuckerberg for ‘Free Expression’

Approximately 7,200 jobs in the news industry were lost in the past year. Journalism in America

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Black News Channel Now to Launch to a Larger Viewing Audience

Tallahassee, Florida—November 6, 2019–Black News Channel (BNC) announced today that it has updated the launch of

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Chair of Housing Advisory Commission Urges Equal Opportunity for Contractors

Nate McCoy wants the city of Portland to be more inclusive of minority-owned firms. When the

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‘Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools’

Black girls who have been subject to punitive school policies and practices are at an increased

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NHRMC Recognized by Healthgrades for Stroke Care

WILMINGTON, NC – New Hanover Regional Medical Center has achieved five stars from Healthgrades in stroke care. Healthgrades is

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U.S. Census Bureau Is Hiring – Getting Future Employees Through Training

It’s time for that once-every-10-years job opportunity! If you are looking to earn extra income for

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Racial Profiling Remains a Daily Dilemma for LAPD According to New Report

Although crime in Los Angeles has somewhat decreased over the years, certain areas—such as South Los

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‘Hidden Figure’ Katherine Johnson, Renowned Mathematician, Turns 101

Katherine Johnson, one of the African American women whose stories received global attention in the best-selling

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National Museum of African American Music Assembles All-Star Creative Agencies

First-ever multi-genre Black music museum taps marketing pros from Atlanta, Chicago, Nashville and Washington, D.C. to

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Private, Online Therapy Could Be Best Choice When Help Is Needed

From her virtual private practice in Baton Rouge, Shameka Mitchell Williams (SW) helps people who are

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Reality TV — The Respectable and the Ratchet

Much to the chagrin of some media critics, scholars and television fans, reality television is here

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