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Epidemic of Missing Black Girls Continues to Stump Authorities, Frustrate Parents

“One thing I think for sure about the missing teens is that human trafficking is a hotbed in my city [and around the country],” said Psychologist and Navy veteran Sheri Davis, who lives in Madison, Alabama.

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In Memoriam: Russell Bertrand Sugarmon Jr. – Civil Rights ‘Giant’

As a member of the Memphis Branch NAACP, Mr. Sugarmon was instrumental in using the law to fight legal battles to desegregate public transportation, schools and restaurants.

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Will Reparations Become Democrats’ Campaign Theme?

“America has an ugly history of racism,” Senator Elizabeth Warren said after addressing Democrats at an annual state dinner in New Hampshire, according to The Boston Globe.

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CVS Officials Talk Project Health, Black Press at Rainbow Push Wall Street Conference

David Casey, the vice president of Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer at CVS Health, joined Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push 22nd Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit…

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The Green New Deal — The Left’s Attempt to Co-Opt Trump’s Labor Populism

The Dems plan is what it has always been – the Robin Hood strategy. That is, they want to steal from the rich and give to the poor. That’s why the Green New Deal is based almost entirely on cost-shifting…

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New Bill to Require Federal Agencies to Advertise with Black Press

A new Government Accountability Office report that concluded that, of the $5 billion spent on advertising by federal agencies over the past decade…

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College Student Hosts Prom Dress Drive

University of Memphis sophomore and freelance makeup artist Diamond Butler is hoping to provide 100 girls with the necessities they need for prom… To ease the financial burden for some girls, Butler is asking that the community donate…

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Founders of After Life Mortuary Services Breaking New Ground

It’s time out for fish fries, GoFundMe accounts and the embarrassing fundraisers that families have to do, in order to have the finances to bury a loved one.

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Hidden in Plain Sight: The Tragedy That Launched the 1968 Sanitation Strike

They were just two men working a very crappy job to provide for their families. It was a garbage truck malfunction that took their lives and galvanized their peers to strike.

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Irving Students Take Flight to New Adventures

The industry is trying to grow, and it can’t grow because there are not enough people coming in the front door to match the people who are going out of the back door…

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At 88, Toni Morrison Personifies the Strength of Black Womanhood

Morrison personifies what it means to be a freedom-fighting author.  “We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives…”

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NAACP Celebrates 110th Anniversary of Freedom Fighting

Had there been no May 17, 1954 (the day the Supreme Court ruled in Brown V. Board of Education), I’m not sure there would have been a Little Rock. I’m not sure there would have been a Martin Luther King Jr….

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