OP-ED: Black Hollywood Is Complicit in the Negative Perception of the Black Community
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OP-ED: Black Hollywood Is Complicit in the Negative Perception of the Black Community

Raynard Jackson says that Black consumers need to put more pressure on Black Hollywood to…

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Meet Cerita Battles: Senior Vice President and Head of Retail Diverse Segments for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
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Meet Cerita Battles: Senior Vice President and Head of Retail Diverse Segments for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Cerita Battles is a Senior Vice President and Head of Retail Diverse Segments for Wells…

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OP-ED: Our Nation’s Top Teachers Disagree with Ed Sec Devos on School Choice
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OP-ED: Our Nation’s Top Teachers Disagree with Ed Sec Devos on School Choice

Dr. Elizabeth Primas, the program coordinator for the NNPA’s ESSA Public Awareness Campaign, says that…

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PRESS ROOM: Chevrolet Revs Up for Third Year of Journalism Fellowship for HBCU Students
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PRESS ROOM: Chevrolet Revs Up for Third Year of Journalism Fellowship for HBCU Students

The 2018 NNPA Discover the Unexpected Fellows will receive $90,000 in scholarships and stipends. The…

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Prince Harry and American Actress Meghan Markle Exchange Vows in Blackest Royal Wedding Ever
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Prince Harry and American Actress Meghan Markle Exchange Vows in Blackest Royal Wedding Ever

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows at a ceremony at St. George's Chapel in…

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Democrats Must Invest in Black Voter Outreach to Flip Red States to Blue States, Experts Say
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Democrats Must Invest in Black Voter Outreach to Flip Red States to Blue States, Experts Say

Jeffrey L. Boney says that in order to flip “red states” to “blue states” during…

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OP-ED: Protecting Our Community during National Foster Care Month
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OP-ED: Protecting Our Community during National Foster Care Month

Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) says that National Foster Care Month is a month to honor…

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New U.S. Energy and Jobs Report Shows Growth, Less Diverse Workforce
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New U.S. Energy and Jobs Report Shows Growth, Less Diverse Workforce

According to the 2018 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER), Black workers hold 5-9 percent…

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“Atlanta’s” Zazie Beetz, as Domino, a Lucky Superhero, is Brazen and Right for “Deadpool 2”
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“Atlanta’s” Zazie Beetz, as Domino, a Lucky Superhero, is Brazen and Right for “Deadpool 2”

NNPA Newswire Film Critic Dwight Brown says that “Deadpool 2” isn’t better or worse than…

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OPINION: Racism after Graduation May Just Be What’s on the Menu
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OPINION: Racism after Graduation May Just Be What’s on the Menu

Julianne Malveaux says that racism after college for Black students is an inevitable fate.

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