Surrounded by city officials and faith leaders, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, with City Manager Patrick Duhaney at his left, and Police Chief Eliot Isaac at his right, announces measures to address racial and implicit bias. Photo by Casey Weldon
Cincinnati Herald

Cranley announces measures to address racial, implicit bias

THE CINCINNATI HERALD — Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley announced measures to address racial and implicit bias at a news conference Jan. 4 at City Hall. […read more]

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Op-Ed

Incognito, Barkley and Wilbon Use the N-Word

By Raynard Jackson NNPA Columnist   Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin, both of the Miami Dolphins, have dominated the news in the sports world for the past two weeks, but for all the wrong reasons  Supposedly, Martin was “bullied” by Incognito to the point that Read More

National

N-Word Incident at Wash U

by Rebecca Rivas Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American Aggressive supporters of the Washington University fraternity pledges involved in the racial incident last week bombarded social media after the Association of Black Students released a statement requesting that the administration take “unequivocal Read More