It’s Time for Blacks to Stand Up and Fight Trump
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It’s Time for Blacks to Stand Up and Fight Trump

By Richard Gordon Hatcher (Chicago Crusader/NNPA Member) Donald Trump once famously asked the African American…

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The NOKOA Newspaper Is in Trouble. Here’s How You Can Help.
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The NOKOA Newspaper Is in Trouble. Here’s How You Can Help.

By Akwasi Evans (NOKOA The Observer/NNPA Member) Have you missed us, lately? We had a…

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Russell Simmons Inspires Youth with “Keep The Peace” Program
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Russell Simmons Inspires Youth with “Keep The Peace” Program

By Shaquille Woods (Los Angeles Sentinel/NNPA Member) Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons recently hosted an event…

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Gwendolyn Brooks Won the Pulitzer Prize while Living in a Housing Project
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Gwendolyn Brooks Won the Pulitzer Prize while Living in a Housing Project

By Erick Johnson (Chicago Crusader/NNPA Member) Gwendolyn Brooks’ apartment was dark on May 1, 1950.…

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Spiritually Speaking: Do You Love You?
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Spiritually Speaking: Do You Love You?

By James Washington (The Dallas Weekly/NNPA Member) The road to spiritual salvation is sometimes so…

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ESSA Encourages States to Innovate Education Policy
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ESSA Encourages States to Innovate Education Policy

By Courtney Borchert (North Dallas Gazette/NNPA Member) Texas will implement the Every Student Succeeds Act…

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Sickle Cell Disease Sufferers Trapped In Fight Against Opioid Scourge
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Sickle Cell Disease Sufferers Trapped In Fight Against Opioid Scourge

By Leonard E. Colvin (The New Journal and Guide/NNPA Member) For the thousands of individuals…

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R&B Great Lloyd Price’s Hits Inspire Tribute Songbook
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R&B Great Lloyd Price’s Hits Inspire Tribute Songbook

By Dorothy Rowley (The Washington Informer/NNPA Member) Famed R&B crooner Lloyd Price, known in his…

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Ol’ Southern Racism Fuels Economic Inequality in Louisiana
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Ol’ Southern Racism Fuels Economic Inequality in Louisiana

By Carmen Green, MPH (The Drum/NNPA Member) Economic mobility is the ability for someone to…

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Spiritually Speaking: Are You a Card-Carrying Christian?
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Spiritually Speaking: Are You a Card-Carrying Christian?

By James Washington (The Dallas Weekly/NNPA Member) Just how hard is it to be a…

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