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Buffalo Soldiers celebrate 150th anniversary

The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum has a reason to celebrate. A century and a half ago Black soldiers called “Buffalo Soldiers” first served in the American military. ...

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Progressive National Baptist Convention to focus on voting rights during 55th Annual Session in New Orleans

The Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. (PNBC) will celebrate its 55th Annual Session in New Orleans from Aug 7-14, 2016 ...

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New Alton Sterling Full Video

Alton Sterling, 37, was shot after a confrontation with officers outside a Baton Rouge convenience store, police say ...

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New York Times Black Press story not fit to print

Since 1897, the New York Times has boasted that it publishes “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” That slogan, created by Adolph S. Ochs, the original owner, still appears on the masthead of the Times each day. ...

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St. Louis American wins big at NNPA Merit Awards

“The St. Louis American” newspaper was the big winner at the National Newspaper Publishers Association 2016 Merit Awards last week in Houston, Tex. ...

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Hillary Clinton up close

Hillary Clinton up close ...

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Gleaners launches ‘Hunger Free Summer’ Campaign to feed Michigan students

Gleaners Community Food Bank, a non-profit group based in Detroit, Mich., that distributes 79,000 meals per day, recently launched the 2016 “Hunger Free Summer” campaign. ...

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