How I Learned Black Lives Matter

September 14, 2020 admin 0

By Robert Beard – I grew up, a white boy, in rural North Carolina. One evening in 1951 my family went to visit my Uncle George, but he wasn’t there. Uncle George was a substantial farmer […]

Charge Trump with Manslaughter

September 11, 2020 admin 0

By Reginald J. Clyne, Esq.COVID-19 has become the second-leading cause of death in the nation. As of Labor Day weekend, 188,000 people in the United States have died from this pandemic, out of the 6.29 […]

The Weathering of Black America

September 10, 2020 admin 0

TRACEY L. ROGERS | 9/10/2020 – After Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, his autopsy report revealed that at the young age of 39, he had “the heart of a 60-year old.” Doctors […]

Is the Economy Rebounding?

September 8, 2020 admin 0

NNPA NEWSWIRE — By Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Newswire Contributor – Hundreds of thousands of small businesses, including 40 percent of Black-owned companies, have closed, resulting in permanent job loss. Some of the hardest-hit industries include […]

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