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Linda Coleman Sticks With Issues in 2nd District Race – A Call to Colors Exclusive

Former State Representative Linda Coleman is banking that the voters of the Second Congressional District are more interested in issues like affordable health care, jobs and improving education, as opposed “ideas” from incumbent Republican Rep. George Holding on topics like ‘The Constitution,” “The Right to Bear Arms,” and “ISIS,” among others, according to his campaign website.


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Still There: Black Power Behind Bars – The Arrest of Delbert Africa in August 1978

Jalil Muntaqim, 66, a former member of the Black Panthers and its underground Black Liberation Army, has spent almost 47 years in prison for his part in the 1971 murders of two New York City police officers.

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Socialism on the Rise as Americans Seek Out Bold, Humane Alternatives to the Brutality of Capitalism

driven in large part by the persistent popularity of Bernie Sanders’ brand of politics and the recent landslide victory of self-described democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York’s congressional primary.

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Now Is the Time for Black Youth to Take the Mantle of Leadership in America
The National Newspaper Publishers Association, which represents over 200 Black-owned media companies across the U.S., recognizes that civic-minded, young Black people are an important part of the future of America.
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Hip-Hop Icon MC Lyte Talks About Her Role for the NNPA’s Discover The Unexpected HBCU Journalism Program
Hip-hop legend MC Lyte is the national spokesperson for the NNPA’s Discover The Unexpected Journalism Fellowship program. The NNPA DTU Journalism Fellowship was designed to give HBCU students practical experience with the Black Press.
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Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Tells Authentic Stories From the Movement
The Klansmen bullets ripped through the darkness splintering wood and shattering glass as they fired on Dahmer’s house; one of them hurled a Molotov cocktail through the window; the Klan wanted to burn Dahmer and his family alive.
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Push For Federal Voter ID, Claiming You Need Identification Just to Buy Stuff at Stores

President Donald Trump used a rally in Florida on Tuesday night to spew fresh nonsense about the need for national Voter ID cards while bizarrely claiming that people need identification in the United States just to buy stuff at stores.

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