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Super Bowl, Gladys Knight, and Colin Kaepernick: It Isn’t What You Think

The famed scholar, Pan Africanist and sociologist, W.E.B. Du Bois in his classic work, “The Souls of Black Folks” characterized the black dichotomy as, “twoness”…

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Donors Attempt to Save Bennett College by Friday’s Deadline

The Papa John’s Foundation and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation of Winston-Salem, each pledged a $500,000 donation to the school, and each said they will recruit additional donors.

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Slave’s African Medical Science Saves Lives of Bostonians During Smallpox Epidemic

“I’d like to read about people who made impacts but are not entertainers, musicians, and those we hear about every Black History Month,” said Kisha A. Brown, the founder and CEO of Justis Connection.

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NNPA Mid-Winter Training Conference Highlights Global Expansion of the Black Press

Her Excellency, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao, the African Union Ambassador to the United States, also appeared at the conference where she and Jamaican Tourist Board Groups…

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IN MEMORIAM: Legendary Singer James Ingram Dies at 66

With his strong vocals and stand out ballads, Ingram was known to collaborate with other big names of his generation such as Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones and Kenny Rogers.

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Black Publishers Push for More Heart Health Awareness

Often deemed the “unholy trinity,” according to the American Heart Association, three dangerous health factors including high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes, all play vital roles…

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NAACP Challenge to 2020 Census Preparations Moves Forward

“The census must be conducted in a way that will not thwart the goal of equal representation,” wrote U.S. District Judge Paul Grimm, in an opinion granting in part…

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Health & Fitness Coach, Greg Dorsey, Announces an Innovative Digital Life Balance Program!

Greg takes it a step further with the Live More Daily 60 Day Challenge which combines both tools, his skills, and experiences to help those who need it…

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The Film Detective Celebrates Black History Month with 70 Years of African-American Cinema History

For audiences looking to revisit two of the most prominent African-American influencers of the time can catch biopics: The Jackie Robinson Story (1950)…

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Broken Communities Can Be Nurtured Back to Health Through Volunteering

Venchele Saint Dic, author of the chapter “Journey to Redemption and Faith” in the bestselling book “Passport to Self Discovery Volume 2″, highlights her volunteer service…

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Meet the 11-Year Old Student Who is a Physics Major at Southern University

Elijah has already authored a book, applied for several patents, he hosts his own weekly radio show, and he also plans to bring new programs and organizations in the university.

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Chairwoman Waters Issues Statement on the Passing of Tom Duncan

I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Tom Duncan. Tom’s knowledge and mastery of the legislative process was indispensable. My thoughts continue to be with his family.

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