There’s No Fight Sheila C. Johnson Hasn’t Won

January 30, 2018 admin 0
By Ronda Racha Penrice  / Urban News Service The “biggest fight of my life” Sheila C. Johnson once shared wasn’t co-founding Black Entertainment Television or ending her 33-year marriage to Robert “Bob” Johnson, with whom she […]

Behind The Black Unemployment Rate

January 30, 2018 Staff 0
by Dr. Julianne Malveaux When the unemployment rate dropped and economic conditions improved under the leadership of President Barack Obama, 45 derided the gains as “fake news”. He suggested that the monthly Employment Situation ( […]

Timing is Right for Black Superheroes

January 29, 2018 Staff 0
by Steve Rose After five decades as sidekicks, secondary characters and niche titles, the black superhero’s time has finally come. Next month Marvel releases its eagerly awaited Black Panther movie, centered on a young African […]

ASALAH Elects New Officers

January 24, 2018 admin 0
On the eve of Black History Month, the local chapter of the Study of African American Life and History, Inc. (ASALAH) installed their new officers. The organization is the brainchild of Carter G,. Woodson known […]

Jacksonville Revisits Women’s March

January 24, 2018 admin 0
This past weekend, the one-year anniversary of the largest political protest in recent U.S. history, Women’s March Florida, was commerated with a state wide “Women’s Day of Action” to bring awareness and support to marginalized communities. […]
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