By Jazmin Goodwin (Howard University News Service) ALEXANDRIA, VA. – Every Election Day for nearly 30 years, people have told Terry Garrett, that she couldn’t vote. Garrett was convicted of a felony for shoplifting at 18 and was stripped of her right to decide which Read More
Everyday the men and women of the American armed forces risk their lives to fight for our freedoms. Howard University News Service’s Taylor Gordon takes a look at what it’s like to be African-American at the United States Naval Academy.
By Diandra Bolton Howard University News Service WASHINGTON – During the annual celebration of the college national football champion at the White House, President Barack Obama joked Wednesday that he obviously is the reason for the continued and dramatic success of the University of Alabama, Read More
President Barack Obama awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor Monday to a Navy SEAL hero. Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers helped rescue an American who was being held hostage in Afghanistan. Howard University News Service reporter Ashley Young reports from the White House.
With the 2016 presidential election season underway, many voters have heard the immigration reform arguments from candidates in both parties. But who will these reforms affect the most? Howard University News Service reporter Jailyn Anderson takes a closer look.
By Savannah Harris Special to the NNPA News Wire from HU News Service WASHINGTON — Hundreds of people gathered at an inaugural event for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture Monday night here to celebrate the completion of the museum’s exterior Read More