Judge O’Neill Refuses to Recuse Himself in Tension-Filled Day at Cosby Sex Assault Hearings
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Judge O’Neill Refuses to Recuse Himself in Tension-Filled Day at Cosby Sex Assault Hearings

Judge Steven O’Neill’s alleged extramarital affair and impartiality questioned by Cosby lawyers during sexual assault…

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Spiritually Speaking: Taking It One Day at a Time
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Spiritually Speaking: Taking It One Day at a Time

James A. Washington, the publisher of The Dallas Weekly, says that, spiritually speaking, we all…

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Miss USA Encourages Youth to Pursue STEAM Careers
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Miss USA Encourages Youth to Pursue STEAM Careers

By Micha Green, Washington, D.C. AFRO Editor, mgreen@afro.com Kára McCullough, a scientist turned Miss USA 2017, is…

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PRESS ROOM: Ford Awards “Tech Sassy Girlz” $20,000 in STEAM Scholarships
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PRESS ROOM: Ford Awards “Tech Sassy Girlz” $20,000 in STEAM Scholarships

Ford Motor Company shows support for STEAM with scholarships for Tech Sassy Girlz Jenisse Rios…

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OPINION: Can True Christians Celebrate Easter and Homosexuality?
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OPINION: Can True Christians Celebrate Easter and Homosexuality?

Black conservative Raynard Jackson talks about liberal Christianity, equal protections for homosexuals and Easter celebrations.

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NAACP, Prince George’s County File Lawsuit over “Underfunded, Understaffed” 2020 Census
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NAACP, Prince George’s County File Lawsuit over “Underfunded, Understaffed” 2020 Census

The NAACP, Prince George’s County and two county residents are suing President Trump, Commerce Secretary…

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No Criminal Charges for Officers Involved in the Shooting Death of Alton Sterling: Everything We Know
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No Criminal Charges for Officers Involved in the Shooting Death of Alton Sterling: Everything We Know

Louisiana’s Attorney General Jeff Landry announced that his office would not pursue criminal charges against…

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Loíza: The Heart of Puerto Rico’s Black Culture
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Loíza: The Heart of Puerto Rico’s Black Culture

Black residents of the island discuss what it means to be Black or Afro-Puerto Rican…

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Ask Dr. Kevin: Stigma in Sickle Cell Disease: How It Impacts Emergency Room Care
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Ask Dr. Kevin: Stigma in Sickle Cell Disease: How It Impacts Emergency Room Care

Dr. Kevin Williams, the chief medical officer for Rare Disease at Pfizer discusses the stigma…

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Color of Change, Other Civil Rights Groups Sue Homeland Security over “Race Paper,” Targeted Surveillance
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Color of Change, Other Civil Rights Groups Sue Homeland Security over “Race Paper,” Targeted Surveillance

The Color of Change and the Center for Constitutional Rights sue the Department of Homeland…

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