While Spike Lee Filmed ‘Chiraq’: 331 Hurt, 65 Killed in Shootings
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While Spike Lee Filmed ‘Chiraq’: 331 Hurt, 65 Killed in Shootings

Mike Flannery, FOX32   CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) – Spike Lee’s upcoming movie is named…

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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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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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Black Lives Should Matter to Black Killers, Too
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Black Lives Should Matter to Black Killers, Too

By Lekan Oguntoyinbo NNPA Columnist   I applaud the Black Lives Matter Movement for renewing…

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U.S. Gun Violence: A Human Rights Failure
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U.S. Gun Violence: A Human Rights Failure

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) — The United Nations Human Rights Committee…

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Suburban Guns: Will Chicago Lawsuit Stem Flow of Illegal Weapons Into City?
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Suburban Guns: Will Chicago Lawsuit Stem Flow of Illegal Weapons Into City?

(Christian Science Monitor) – As gun violence spikes once again in Chicago, gun control advocates…

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Time for Young People to Stop the Violence
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Time for Young People to Stop the Violence

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist   I only recently embraced my status as an “elder.”…

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Nation’s Classrooms Reflect on Ferguson Decision 
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Nation’s Classrooms Reflect on Ferguson Decision 

CHRISTINE ARMARIO, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — When his high school English students came…

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Justified Rage in Ferguson
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Justified Rage in Ferguson

By Walter L. Fields NNPA Columnist At this moment I don’t need my president to…

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