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San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday unveiled a proposed city budget that includes investments in the city's African American community and funding for the... [Read More]
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"It literally would be the first monument of its kind in American," remarked Crystal Peoples-Stokes, majority leader, New York State Assembly. [Read More]
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When the newly retired firefighter opened South L.A. Cafe in November, he was the latest in a string of Black entrepreneurs hoping to contain the... [Read More]
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Asa Soltan Rahmati shared sweet new photos of her 3-year-old boy, Soltan, on Tuesday, pledging to create a "better world" for her son. The Shahs... [Read More]
Dr. Robert Lawrence, a native of Lanett, was the first African American elected to serve as Drum Major of the "Sound of the South" band... [Read More]
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(CNN)Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with Covid-19 isn't enough to completely eliminate the threat from the virus for frontline workers, according... [Read More]
Perhaps, no state better embodies the polarization and partisanship with which we approach election administration than Georgia. After a messy primary in June with long lines and... [Read More]
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The country's first and only African American children's museum may not have planned for the pandemic, but it was ready. [Read More]
Incoming professor Jesse Goldberg, who will teach "African American & American Literature and Composition" at Auburn University, took to social media to proclaim, "fuck every... [Read More]
ABC 7 Chicago and the Chicago Defender Charities have partnered for decades to present Chicago's "back to school" summer tradition, The Bud Billiken Parade®. Although... [Read More]
Delaware City Manager Tom Homan on July 27 gave City Council a report in response to a July 13 council resolution directing him to evaluate... [Read More]
For many Black families, the student who goes to college is the first. That student is fulfilling a dream of a better life. But, racism... [Read More]
There is new leadership in a town in Delaware, according to a police department's Facebook post. On Friday, the Milton Police Department introduced their new... [Read More]
As part of our Race Relations special, Fox 4 interviewed Dr. David Thomas, an African American man who was a police officer for 20 years... [Read More]
In the 1840s, a unique community grew up in a rural, mostly unsettled part of Northampton: a mix of white and African-American families and residents... [Read More]
The money, which will be distributed over two years, is intended as a gesture of reparations for decades of city policymaking that have created or... [Read More]
The money, which will be distributed over two years, is intended as a gesture of reparations for decades of city policymaking that have created or... [Read More]
There is no question that communities of color in our nation face significant health disparities. African Americans have higher rates of cancer, diabetes, heart disease... [Read More]
Called one of the best documentaries to unveil at South by Southwest by Brian Tallerico of Roger Ebert, A MOST BEAUTIFUL THING, narrated by the... [Read More]
"It doesn't matter how much money you have or how famous you are, as an African-American male that's who we are." [Read More]
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