OPINION: Earth Day Isn’t Just for Rich, White People
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OPINION: Earth Day Isn’t Just for Rich, White People

Jeremy Orr, the Environmental and Climate Justice Committee Chair for the NAACP Michigan State Conference…

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Wells Fargo Increases Its Commitment to Black Homebuyers
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Wells Fargo Increases Its Commitment to Black Homebuyers

Wells Fargo announced a commitment to create 250,000 African American homeowners by 2027; the mortgage…

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The Black Press Honors “Giant in the Automotive Industry” James Farmer
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The Black Press Honors “Giant in the Automotive Industry” James Farmer

Retired GMAC Vice President for Merchandising, Advertising and Communications James Farmer remains one of the…

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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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NNPA Chairman Dorothy Leavell Celebrates 50 Years as Publisher of the Crusader Newspapers
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NNPA Chairman Dorothy Leavell Celebrates 50 Years as Publisher of the Crusader Newspapers

Dorothy Leavell, chairman of the NNPA and publisher of the Crusader newspapers in Chicago and…

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Former Supermodel, Reality TV Star Janice Dickinson Testifies at Cosby Sexual Assault Trial
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Former Supermodel, Reality TV Star Janice Dickinson Testifies at Cosby Sexual Assault Trial

Former super model and reality TV star Janice Dickinson testified against Bill Cosby in the…

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Bill Cosby Accusers Attack the Comedian from the Witness Stand
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Bill Cosby Accusers Attack the Comedian from the Witness Stand

In the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial, Judge Steven O’Neill allowed Cosby accusers Heidi Thomas…

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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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Rising Public Relations Star Alonda Thomas Encourages Black Millennials to “Go for It.”
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Rising Public Relations Star Alonda Thomas Encourages Black Millennials to “Go for It.”

Alonda Thomas, the director of public relations in Howard University’s Office of Communications, was named…

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Before the Start of Cosby’s Sexual Assault Trial, at Least One Juror Says He’s Guilty
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Before the Start of Cosby’s Sexual Assault Trial, at Least One Juror Says He’s Guilty

Juror No. 11 in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial said that he thought Cosby…

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