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Jefferson County, Alabama Elects its First Black Sheriff

     Democrat Mark Pettway defeated longtime Republican incumbent Mike Hale, making Pettway the first African American sheriff in the county whose largest city is Birmingaham. ...

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Union demands investigation into VA Official who displayed painting of KKK Leader

Union officials want a full investigation into a senior department leader who prominently displayed this painting of a Ku Klux Klan leader in his office. ...

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Does racism have an impact on health?

 “…emotional and physical trauma for more than 400 years affect the well-being and outlook of Blacks every day. Day-to-day urban life, gentrification and uncertainty of the future cause  stress, anxiety, depression and mental disorders, some of which never get treated.” ...

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TOO CLOSE TO CALL

At Press time, the winner of the Florida's Governor race had not yet been declared. ...

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Will it be #WEDIDIT or #WECAN’TGOBACK

Will it be #WEDIDIT or #WECAN’TGOBACK ...

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The Chisholm Legacy

The 50th Anniversary of Rep. Chisholm’s election offers our country a chance to renew our commitment to Black women, not only in elective office, but within the ranks of true political power. ...

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GoFundMe campaign aims to help family of slain Detroit canvasser

Supporters are seeking $25,000 to cover Carter's funeral and care for his 3-year-old daughter as well as help the surviving shooting victim with physical therapy costs. ...

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Everyday heroes and sheroes we can see, touch and embrace, captured through his comic books

There are community activists, parents, businesspeople and spiritual leaders dedicated to increasing the standard of living in their communities every day. The kind deeds and acts of bravery committed by these heroes and sheroes often are underappreciated and rarely celebrated. Their careers, far from glamorous, hardly good paying and seldom noticed, are performed without fanfare. ...

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Centennial Celebration

Sister Leola Ficklin is Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s oldest member as she turns 100 years old on Nov. 22, 2018. She joined the church under Rev. G.N. Collins (pastor 1933-1937), ...

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Simone Biles Now Tied as Most Decorated Female Gymnast After Winning Four Golds and Medaling in All Events at World Championships

Simone Biles Now Tied as Most Decorated Female Gymnast After Winning Four Golds and Medaling in All Events at World Championships ...

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