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Time to Vote: No Citizen Should Have to Wait More Than 30 Minutes

Time to Vote: No Citizen Should Have to Wait More Than 30 Minutes

“No citizen should have to wait more than 30 minutes to vote,” declared a 2014 federal report on how to

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US Navy Cheats Black-Owned Business Owner Out of $100 Million Contract

US Navy Cheats Black-Owned Business Owner Out of $100 Million Contract

CommsolGlobal, a Black-owned business founded by Victor Ogunniyi, successfully bid on a five-year small business set aside contract with the

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Star-Studded Lineup Planned for First Black Press Virtual Convention

Star-Studded Lineup Planned for First Black Press Virtual Convention

The coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancelation and rescheduling of many events. For the first time in the 80-year history

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Legendary Singer Deniece Williams Join Other Big Stars at NNPA Virtual Conference

Legendary Singer Deniece Williams Join Other Big Stars at NNPA Virtual Conference

Iconic four-time Grammy Award winner and 12-time nominee, Deniece Williams, will sit for a live interview with BlackPressUSA at 5

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Virtual Event: Be a Poll Worker in 2020 – The Facts about Absentee Voting in NC

Virtual Event: Be a Poll Worker in 2020 – The Facts about Absentee Voting in NC

Thank you again for joining us virtually for the NC Divine Nine Legislative Day in May. We were thrilled to

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COVID-19 in Our Communities: Let’s Not Put Our Health at Risk

COVID-19 in Our Communities: Let’s Not Put Our Health at Risk

  Washington, D.C., city attorney George Valentine was Black, brilliant, and fit. But after contracting COVID-19, he became so weak,

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Big Mac Racism at McDonald’s – The Shocking Accusations

Big Mac Racism at McDonald’s – The Shocking Accusations

For more than 50 years, the McDonald’s Corporation took pride in branding itself as a socially conscious corporation particularly interested

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Alert but Not Alarmed: What to Make of New H1N1 Swine Flu With ‘Pandemic Potential’ Found in China

Alert but Not Alarmed: What to Make of New H1N1 Swine Flu With ‘Pandemic Potential’ Found in China

Researchers have found a new strain of flu virus with “pandemic potential” in China that can jump from pigs to humans, triggering

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Black Churches Have Lagged in Moving Online During the Pandemic – Reaching Across Generational Lines

Black Churches Have Lagged in Moving Online During the Pandemic – Reaching Across Generational Lines

From online campaigns for justice to popular TikTok challenges, Black young adults are at the forefront of social media trends. But when it

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Six Eyewitnesses Misidentified a Murderer – Here’s What Went Wrong in the Lineup

Six Eyewitnesses Misidentified a Murderer – Here’s What Went Wrong in the Lineup

On the strength of six eyewitnesses’ lineup identifications, Lydell Grant was sentenced to life in prison in 2012 for the murder of

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