National News

She Bought Freedom for Herself and Other Slaves

Alethia Browning Tanner saved enough money to purchase her freedom in 1810. “The total amount, thought to have been paid in installment, was $1,400. In 1810. $1, 400 was a significant amount; about the equivalent of three year’s earnings for an average skilled tradesperson,” attucksadams.com researchers surmised. […]

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56th Annual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Releases Official Schedule of Virtual Events

The historic 56th Annual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee has released its official schedule of activities for the virtual event taking place March 5-7, 2021. While the event typically takes place in Selma, Alabama, all of this year’s activities will be broadcast virtually, making it a truly global event that will be seen around the world. The star-studded lineup is a fitting way to share the commemoration of equity and justice with the world. […]

Feature

Attorney Ben Crump and Daughters of Malcolm X Reveal NYPD Officer’s ‘Death Bed’ Confession of NYPD/FBI Conspiracy

Former NYPD officer Ray Wood was, “tasked with ensuring that Malcolm X’s security detail was arrested days prior to the assassination, guaranteeing Malcolm X didn’t have door security while at the Audubon Ballroom, where he was killed on Feb. 21, 1965,” says Attorney Benjamin Crump during a press conference at the former at the old Audubon, the site where Malcolm X was assassinated. The venue has since been renamed The Shabazz Center. […]