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US Army Lifts Ban On Dreadlocks

February 21, 2017 Staff 0
Grooming regulations in the different branches of the military have been at odds with natural hair for many years. Yet a recent report from The New York Times shows that a number of Black women […]
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157th Death Row Prisoner Exonerated

February 13, 2017 Staff 0
By Frederick H. Lowe Isaiah McCoy, a death row inmate, became the 157th person in the United States and the first one this year to be exonerated for a crime he didn’t commit. Isaiah McCoy […]
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Dorothy Height Stamp Out Feb. 1

January 30, 2017 Staff 0
On Feb. 1, the U. S. Postal Service will kick off 2017 Black History Month with the issuance of the Dorothy Height Forever stamp to honor the civil rights legend. The Dorothy Height Forever stamp […]
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HBCU Band Will March at Inauguration

January 9, 2017 Staff 0
by Jeff Martin ATLANTA (AP) — The marching band of a historically black college in Alabama will perform in President-elect Donald Trump’s Jan. 20 inaugural parade, despite a barrage of criticism, the school’s president announced […]
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