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Media Fasts Are a Necessity for Black Mental Health

Anti-Black racism appears to be at an all-time high. Many are still traumatized by the targeted mass shooting of African

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Gloves Off as Politicians Attack Each Other on Guns After Texas School Massacre

As adults grapple with talking to their children about the latest school massacre where 19 elementary school students and two

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ELECTION 2022: A Report on Ten Black Candidates Running Statewide in 2022

There are many Black candidates running statewide across the U.S. this year in primaries and in general election contests. The

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Racism Rears Its Ugly Head in the Buffalo Shootings

Racism is a longstanding social illness in the United States of America. Seemingly, there is no cure for it. It

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Biden Policing EO Would Fall Short

Washington, D.C. – Following reports that President Biden will sign an Executive Order on police use of force tomorrow, on the anniversary of

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Male Judges Are More Likely To Hire Women as Clerks After Working With Female Judges

Despite substantial gains over the past half-century in the numbers of women working in law, medicine and business in the

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Jan. 6 Hearings Are Only the Tip of the Iceberg When It Comes To Important Congressional Oversight Hearings

In a series of hearings that have received prime-time coverage and much public attention, Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony on the afternoon

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Wealth of Nations: Why Some Are Rich, Others Are Poor – And What It Means for Future Prosperity

Why are some nations rich and others poor? Can the governments of poor nations do something to ensure that their

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Mister and Miss Juneteenth Crowned During Freedom Day Celebration

Scotland County NAACP Youth and Scotland Youth Development are honored to announce the winners of the 2022 Mister and Miss

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Genealogist Who Helps Black Families Find Their Roots Connects the Dots About a Former Slave Who Founded a Town in Louisiana

Dr. Antoinette Harrell, a genealogist and historian who is known for helping Black families connect the dots, is at it

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NNPA and Transformative Justice Coalition Announce National GOTV Campaign Targeting 10 Million More Black Voters

Ahead of the all-important 2022 midterm elections, reports show that more than 55 million Americans remain unregistered to vote –

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Roe Decision Could Spur Massive Voter Turnout During Midterms

The failure of Congress to pass legislation like the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the George Floyd Justice

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Black-Owned D.C. Golf Brand Rolls Out Driving Range on Wheels in the District

CitySwing, the D.C.-based multifaceted golf brand that opened a storefront in the District of Columbia, has rolled out a new

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Justice Clarence Thomas and the Conservative Supreme Court Have Fanned the Flames of Racism in America

The Supreme Court not only abolished abortion rights in America with its June 24, 2022, decision but also ended any

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Eight Black Media Outlets Win Over $5 Million in Grants

Eight Black-owned media organizations serving African American audiences across California are among 46 ethnic media news outlets awarded over $5

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Truist Park Hosts the 2022 Minority Baseball Prospects HBCU All-Star Game

On June 3, Truist Park hosted the 2022 Minority Baseball Prospects HBCU All-Star Game, headed by the Minority Baseball Prospects

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The Poor Peoples Campaign: A Declaration, Announcement, Beginning, Moving Forward Commitment

  The Poor People’s Campaign was established in 1968, by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King wanted the

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AARP and NNPA Media Roundtable: Attitudes & Concerns Among Black Women 50+ Voters

Exclusive preview for attendees at new research examining the priorities and worries of older Black women— a critical voting demographic—

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Supreme Court Protects Cops Who Fail to Issue Miranda Rights

In an America where Black citizens especially have legitimate concerns when interacting with law enforcement, the U.S. Supreme Court has

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Ignoring the Plague of Mass Shootings, U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Allows More Individuals to Carry Concealed Weapons

In a 6-3 decision that ultimately will lead to more people legally carrying guns in America’s larger cities, the U.S.

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75 Years Later: The Proof That One Really Believes Is in Action

On June 17, 2022, in a Special Court Session in the Old Courthouse of Hillsborough, NC, Senior Resident Superior Court

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