Jury Deliberations Begin in Cosby Sexual Assault Trial; Statute of Limitations Law Looms over Prosecutor’s Timeline
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Black Scholar and Activist Ron Walters Was a Genius, Donna Brazile Says
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Black Scholar and Activist Ron Walters Was a Genius, Donna Brazile Says

The Ronald W. Walters Leadership and Public Policy Center at Howard University and the NNPA…

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API Launches New Jobs Website Focused on the Oil and Natural Gas Industry
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API Launches New Jobs Website Focused on the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

The American Petroleum Institute (API), recently launched www.oilgasworkforce.com, a new jobs and resource website to…

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Judge in Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Case Allows Juror that Said He Thinks Cosby Is Guilty
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Judge in Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Case Allows Juror that Said He Thinks Cosby Is Guilty

Judge Steven O’Neill in Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Case Allows Juror No. 11 that Said…

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MLK50: Fifty Years after Kerner and King, Racism Still Matters
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MLK50: Fifty Years after Kerner and King, Racism Still Matters

On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., NAACP President…

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MLK50: ‘Mountaintop’ Speech Remembrance Summons Crowd for Reflection, Action
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MLK50: ‘Mountaintop’ Speech Remembrance Summons Crowd for Reflection, Action

I AM 2018, AFSCME and COGIC partnered on the “Mountaintop Speech Commemoration” to honor Dr.…

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For Many Black Washingtonians, Gentrification Threatens Housing and Health
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For Many Black Washingtonians, Gentrification Threatens Housing and Health

Gentrification can have negative effects on the health outcomes of Black residents in Washington D.C.…

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Judge Steven O’Neill in the Cosby Sexual Assault Trial will allow Five Accusers to Testify
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Judge Steven O’Neill in the Cosby Sexual Assault Trial will allow Five Accusers to Testify

In the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial set to begin this month, Judge Steven O’Neill…

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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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After Hurricane Maria, Superior Vocational High School in Loíza Makes Slow Progress
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After Hurricane Maria, Superior Vocational High School in Loíza Makes Slow Progress

After Hurricane Maria, recovery efforts have been slow at Superior Vocational High School in Loíza,…

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