Redefining Suffrage, Unerasing Black Women

January 21, 2020 Staff 0

NNPA NEWSWIRE — The 19th Amendment was adopted Aug. 18, 1920, after the required number of states ratified the constitutional measure. Though many Black women led suffrage campaigns, the 19th Amendment put white women on […]

Senator Cory Booker Ends Presidential Campaign

January 14, 2020 Staff 0

Senator Cory Booker (Anthony Pezzotti, Staff Photographer of The Philly Inquirer) He spoke more pointedly about Black voters than any candidate in the race, and had memorable moments disagreeing with Joe Biden. By Kevin Robillard […]

New Decade Begins with Clear Black Agenda

January 8, 2020 Staff 0

By Hazel Trice Edney Trump impeachment highly supported by Black people, likely because of his fueling of racism and White supremacy.   Activist Melanie Campbell maintains hope for increase in Black voting and Black elected […]

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