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Camille Cosby Appears at Judicial Conduct Review Board

One week before iconic comedian Bill Cosby faces sentencing in his assault case and just a week after defense attorneys filed a motion asking for Judge Steven T. O’Neill to recuse himself, Camille Cosby arrived in Harrisburg, Pa., seeking relief. ...

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Zimmerman Stung by ‘Beyhive’ After Racist Threats to Beyoncé, Jay-Z

  Although neither Jay-Z nor his wife have publicly responded to Zimmerman, Beyoncé’s fans have taken their anger to social media. ...

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Shuts the Door on Discriminatory Political Climate

“From the tone of the presidential campaign, to where the Klu Klux Klan makes their appearances regularly, to the deportation of hundreds of immigrants, to the ban on Muslims, to the children being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border—that is where the CBC steps in.” ...

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Experts Say, ‘Throw Out Cosby Conviction’

Experts Say, ‘Throw Out Cosby Conviction’ ...

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General Motors doing even more for African Americans

“This vision aligns with our corporate mission to earn customers for life by building brands that inspire passion and loyalty through not only breakthrough technologies, but also by serving and improving the communities in which we live and work around the world,” McGruder said. ...

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The NNPA National Leadership Awards

The awards are given to those who have demonstrated leadership in the Black community and support of the Black Press. ...

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Ron DeSantis’ Choice of a Latina Running mate is a pathetic pandering attempt

     In the wake of Andrew Gillum’s historic victory in Florida’s Democratic primary last month, Ron DeSantis (President Donald Trump’s hand-picked successor to Republican Rick Scott) is pandering to weary Latino voters by recruiting State Rep. Jeanette Nuñez as his running mate in his bid to become Florida’s 46th governor. ...

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Another Black Girl Rocks

    “I grew up at a predominately Caucasian school and there was only five percent minority, and I felt out of place so much because of the color of my skin,” Franklin said. “But growing up, I found my love of arts, and through music that helped me to feel positive about myself and about who I was. ...

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With Voting Rights Act weakened, Black church networks seek more voters

     “The attacks on the Voting Rights Act and other setbacks in civil rights have alerted the faith community that we need to take action,” said the Rev. Barbara Williams-Skinner, co-chair of the National African American Clergy Network. “We need to be proactive and not reactive.” ...

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City of San Francisco falsely accuses successful African American Real Estate Investor and charges her for $2.5 million

The City of San Francisco has waged a race war against Anna Kihagi, a successful African American real estate investor who has challenged the unjust practices in the properties under her management. ...

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