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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OP-ED: Golfing While Black: Grandview Golf Club Asks Five Black Women to Leave the Club for Golfing Too Slow
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OP-ED: Golfing While Black: Grandview Golf Club Asks Five Black Women to Leave the Club for Golfing Too Slow

Sandra Thompson (2nd from right), the president of the York County, Pa. branch of the…

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OP-ED: A Smile for Every Child: “Sharing Smiles Day” and the Importance of Dental Health
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OP-ED: A Smile for Every Child: “Sharing Smiles Day” and the Importance of Dental Health

Julianne Malveaux says that children pay a big price when their dental needs are unmet.…

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OP-ED: Racial Mortgage Disparities Persist as Federal Housing Enforcement Lags
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OP-ED: Racial Mortgage Disparities Persist as Federal Housing Enforcement Lags

Charlene Crowell talks about the role that the Fair Housing Administration played in discriminating against…

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OPINION: With Poor Treatment of African Immigrants, Prime Minister Netanyahu Shows Limits of Israel’s Democracy
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OPINION: With Poor Treatment of African Immigrants, Prime Minister Netanyahu Shows Limits of Israel’s Democracy

NNPA Newswire Columnist Bill Fletcher, Jr. talks about racial politics in Israel and Prime Minister…

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OPINION: Let’s Update the Farm Bill to Help Lift Americans Out of Poverty
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OPINION: Let’s Update the Farm Bill to Help Lift Americans Out of Poverty

President of the National Chamber of Commerce Harry Alford and Rep. Mike Conaway (TX-11) say…

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MLK50: OPINION: Martin Luther King Jr. Wanted Equal Treatment for Blacks, not Special Treatment
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MLK50: OPINION: Martin Luther King Jr. Wanted Equal Treatment for Blacks, not Special Treatment

Raynard Jackson, the founder and chairman of Black Americans for a Better Future, comments on…

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OPINION: Facebook Has Failed the Black Community One Too Many Times
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OPINION: Facebook Has Failed the Black Community One Too Many Times

Derrick Johnson, the president and CEO of the NAACP, says that Facebook’s laissez-faire attitude toward…

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OPINION: Ungrateful, Non-voting Negroes Ignore Bloody War for Black Voting Rights
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OPINION: Ungrateful, Non-voting Negroes Ignore Bloody War for Black Voting Rights

NNPA Newswire Contributor Jeffrey Boney talks about the sacrifices that Black and White civil rights…

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OPINION: Payday Lenders Wage New Wars against Consumers and Regulation
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OPINION: Payday Lenders Wage New Wars against Consumers and Regulation

Center for Responsible Lending Deputy Communications Director Charlene Crowell talks about changes to the Consumer…

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