Cuomo Aide Dies After Being Shot at NYC Parade
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Cuomo Aide Dies After Being Shot at NYC Parade

Child Watch: The Power of ‘Prophetic Grief’
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Child Watch: The Power of ‘Prophetic Grief’

By Marian Wright Edelman NNPA Columnist   Recently, Rev. Otis Moss, Jr., pastor emeritus at…

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Locked, Loaded, Ready to Protect
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Locked, Loaded, Ready to Protect

Black Florida gun enthusiasts tell the Florida Courier why they believe it’s necessary to stay…

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Gun Violence is not the Same as a Video Game
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Gun Violence is not the Same as a Video Game

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   I used to play video games. I would…

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The States With The Most Gun Laws See The Fewest Gun-Related Deaths
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The States With The Most Gun Laws See The Fewest Gun-Related Deaths

(National Journal) – As of the fi­nal days of Au­gust, the United States has seen…

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Firearms and Forgiveness
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Firearms and Forgiveness

by Karsceal Turner Special to the NNPA from The Florida Courier Is self-defense biblical? Are…

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Honoré: America’s in Denial About Gun Culture
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Honoré: America’s in Denial About Gun Culture

(USA Today) – Retired U.S. Army Gen. Russel Honoré, Louisiana’s most well-known 21st century military…

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Obama Admits US Gun Laws Are His ‘Biggest Frustration’
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Obama Admits US Gun Laws Are His ‘Biggest Frustration’

(BBC) – President Barack Obama has admitted that his failure to pass “common sense gun…

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How FBI’s Dylann Roof Gun Snafu Hurts Obama’s Gun Control Agenda
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How FBI’s Dylann Roof Gun Snafu Hurts Obama’s Gun Control Agenda

Patrik Jonsson, THE CHRISTIAN MONITOR   ATLANTA (The Christian Monitor) — President Obama pushed Americans…

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Race, Flags, and the Second Amendment
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Race, Flags, and the Second Amendment

By Robert McWhirter NNPA Guest Columnist   The church shooting in Charleston, S.C. once again showed…

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