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LITTLE ROCK--A political action committee said Friday that it won't pull radio ads in hotly contested races in Arkansas and Missouri that suggest African-American men... [Read More]
The episode began with the Doctor and her gang landing in Montgomery, Alabama, where they experienced first-hand the brutal discrimination faced by the African American... [Read More]
Mike Espy in 1986 was elected Mississippi's first African American to serve in Congress since Reconstruction and served in the U.S. House from 1987 to... [Read More]
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum won an upset victory in the Florida Democratic gubernatorial primary. If he wins the general election, he will be the first... [Read More]
More than 100 people filled the room to address the situations in which innocent African-American children were handcuffed by police. [Read More]
First Sgt. Jeffrey Lewis became the first African American promoted to sergeant major in the Iowa National Guard.        ... [Read More]
African-American authors and illustrators will gather at the Celebrating Our Voices: The Black Children's Literature Symposium & Book Festival in Raleigh, NC. They'll explore why... [Read More]
But if you live in the Newtown neighborhood in midtown Gainesville, a historically African-American community, about a 7-mile drive from the country club but shorter... [Read More]
"Prospect School is the name we bear ... her cause we each embrace. Each Prospect Son and Daughter ... should feel the Prospect place." —... [Read More]
ABSTRACT [FROM JOURNAL] Purpose: Routine human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) screening reduces HIV progression and transmission. Our aims were to determine prevalence and factors... [Read More]
Some months ago I was having a cup of coffee with a friend. During the conversation he brought up the subject, "Slave Trail of Tears."... [Read More]
Banging on African drums and playing with clay was fun with a purpose for elementary school students from River of Life School, who visited the... [Read More]
When African-American Olympic medalists John Carlos and Tommie Smith thrust their black-gloved fists into the Mexico City air on Oct. 16, 1968, during "The Star-Spangled... [Read More]
A group of African-American and Latino campaign staffers have filed federal discrimination charges against billionaire J.B. Pritzker. [Read More]
The provocative Donald Trump certainly seems to be disliked by a majority of African-American professional athletes, cable-news hosts, academics and the Black Congressional Caucus. Yet... [Read More]
Kanye West left California and flew east to visit with Donald Trump. It was quite interesting. Now the media has to redouble their efforts to... [Read More]
Over the summer, I was appointed by Bishop Darryl B. Starnes of the A.M.E. Zion Church (the Freedom Church) to serve as the political and... [Read More]
Constituents under 30-years-old could be a powerful voting bloc. But, will they actually show-up to the polls? MSNBC's Aaron Gilchrist discusses with his panel... [Read More]
Every farmers market has an origin and Newtown's began three years ago with a vision of bringing fresh produce to a community where the nearest... [Read More]