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U.S. Rep. John Lewis was hospitalized Saturday for an undisclosed illness

     According to a spokesperson from his office, the 78-year-old Democratic congressman and civil rights icon was in a hospital for routine observation. He’s resting comfortably and expects to be released Sunday. ...

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NAACP Statement on the Passing of Former California Congressman Ron Dellums

The NAACP is saddened at the passing of social justice advocate Ron Dellums at the age of 82. Mr. Dellums served as a former Democratic Congressman and was one of the 13 Black lawmakers that founded the Congressional Black Caucus. ...

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Hip-hop Pioneer MC Lyte Partners with the NNPA to Give Back

     Her passion about education and her desire to create opportunities for HBCU students are two of the many reasons she partnered with the NNPA and Chevrolet, the program’s sponsor. ...

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A World designed by playground bullies

A World designed by playground bullies ...

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Stop or go? What move to make during leadership transition

Stop or go? What move to make during leadership transition ...

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As real estate developers rush to mine D.C.’S affordable housing stock, some residents are left in the dust

As real estate developers rush to mine D.C.’S affordable housing stock, some residents are left in the dust ...

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Democrats call on Trump to halt public release of plastic gun instructions

    Democrats in Congress called on President Trump Tuesday to stop the public release this week of a blueprint that contains instructions on how to build plastic guns with a 3D printer. ...

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ColorComm Launches Miami Chapter with Over 60 Women

      Over 60 women converged at The Wynwood Yard Wednesday night to attend the launch of the Miami chapter of ColorComm, the nation’s premier organization for women of color working in communications. More than half of the attendees turned in membership applications on the spot. ...

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Black Woman Sues Wells Fargo for Discrimination after Bank Teller Refused to Cash her Check and Called the Police for Forgery

     Carroll claims she spent two and a half hours inside the Wells Fargo branch in Fort Lauderdale last November after going in to cash a $140 check. She arrived around 9:30 a.m. and gave the check to a female teller, who allegedly questioned its validity and how the money was earned. ...

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For the first time ever, Tyler Mitchell is the first Black photographer to shoot a Vogue cover, thanks to Beyonce

     Thus, Beyoncé approved Tyler Mitchell to shoot her appearance of the issue, making Mitchell the first Black photographer to shoot a Vogue cover in the magazine’s 126-year history. ...

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