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Growing Up White in Jim Crow Atlanta

January 23, 2015 Staff 0

By Heather Gray I know much has been written about this period – primarily the 1950’s and early 1960’s. I am, however, sharing some of my experiences and reflections about growing up in “Jim Crow” […]

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The Gantt Report – Je Suis Gantt

January 14, 2015 Staff 0

By Lucius Gantt The Gantt Report stands with the people of France and good thinking people around the world protesting the brutal murders of French journalists that were killed in a recent terrorist attacks on […]

Tasting a “Taste of Soul”

November 6, 2014 admin 0

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. NNPA Columnist Black Americans are blessed, not cursed. I say that because it is true and verifiable. As a people we are blessed with intellectual genius, creativity, ingenuity and a […]

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Blame a Black Man: The Ebola Version

October 31, 2014 Staff 0

By Lekan Oguntoyinbo Of the nearly 10,000 people who have been infected by the Ebola virus, fewer than 20 have been outside of the African continent. But you wouldn’t know it from much of the […]

The Boomerang Generation

September 26, 2014 admin 0

One of the most interesting findings of the data recently released by the Census Bureau is that so many recent college graduates live with their parents. […]

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