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U.S. Senators demand study on federal advertising in Black-Owned Media

Five U.S. Senators have joined the fight for accountability in the federal government’s advertising practices – or lack thereof — when it comes to minority-owned news outlets. ...

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NNPA President Benjamin Chavis recalls Fidel Castro’s fight against Apartheid

A lifelong and dedicated civil rights activist, Chavis knew first-hand the battles of Apartheid and what Castro did to assist the oppressed in South Africa ...

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Heroes in the Struggle: Douglas M. Brooks

Douglas M. Brooks, MSW, Former Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy. ...

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2016 World AIDS Day Honoree

2016 World AIDS Day Honoree ...

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Children say goodbye to their First Lady

Children say goodbye to their First Lady ...

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A community of journalists and politicians deliver an emotional goodbye to Gwen Ifill

A low key but solid strain of references to current affairs was heard in the eulogies for much loved and respected journalist Gwen Ifill at her funeral on November 19. ...

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Lee Daniels to be honored and Jussie Smollett to host Heroes in the Struggle Gala Reception and Award presentation to benefit the Black AIDS Institute

Lee Daniels to be honored and Jussie Smollett to host Heroes in the Struggle Gala Reception and Award presentation to benefit the Black AIDS Institute ...

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The many scandals of Donald Trump: A cheat sheet

The many scandals of Donald Trump: A cheat sheet ...

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Obama Chides Electorate; offers Trump advice

Obama Chides Electorate; offers Trump advice ...

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‘Ape in heels’: W.Va. officials under fire after comments about Michelle Obama

After Donald Trump’s election as president, Pamela Ramsey Taylor, who was director of Clay, County Development Corp. in Clay County a tiny town outside Charleston, reportedly posted about the move from Michelle Obama to Melania Trump on Facebook, saying: “It will be so refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady back in the White House. I’m tired of seeing a Ape in heels,” according to NBC ...

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