Jeanette Epps to Become First Black Crewmember on International Space Station
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Jeanette Epps to Become First Black Crewmember on International Space Station

By Shantella Y. Sherman (AFRO/NNPA Member) NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps is set to become the…

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Minority Leaders Feel Muslims are Unfairly Targeted
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Minority Leaders Feel Muslims are Unfairly Targeted

By Audrey A. Lundy (North Dallas Gazette/NNPA Member) Muslims have lived in Texas since 1854.…

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From Freedom’s Journal to the NNPA, Black Press Is Still Relevant
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From Freedom’s Journal to the NNPA, Black Press Is Still Relevant

By Harry Colbert, Jr. (Insight News/NNPA Member) No one is better equipped to tell your…

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Woman Who Falsely Accused Emmett Till Will Avoid Prosecution
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Woman Who Falsely Accused Emmett Till Will Avoid Prosecution

By Erick Johnson (The Chicago Crusader/NNPA Member) He’s been dead for more than 60 years.…

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COMMENTARY: What Parents and Students Should Know about Charter Schools
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COMMENTARY: What Parents and Students Should Know about Charter Schools

By Anitra Brown (Managing Editor, The New Orleans Tribune) Late last year, “The New York…

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Emmett Till’s Accuser Carolyn Bryant Donham Admits It was All a Lie
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Emmett Till’s Accuser Carolyn Bryant Donham Admits It was All a Lie

By Stacy M. Brown (The Washington Informer/NNPA Member) More than six decades after the horrific,…

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Group from San Diego Supports Haitian Refugees Stranded in Tijuana
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Group from San Diego Supports Haitian Refugees Stranded in Tijuana

By Edward Henderson (San Diego Voice and Viewpoint/NNPA Member) On January 17, San Diego residents…

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Baton Rouge Charter Academy Fights to Stay Open, Keep 600 students
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Baton Rouge Charter Academy Fights to Stay Open, Keep 600 students

By Candace J. Semien (The Drum/NNPA Member) BATON ROUGE — When Jonathan Hage traveled to…

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Cosby Asserts Rights To Defend Himself against Janice Dickinson
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Cosby Asserts Rights To Defend Himself against Janice Dickinson

By Stacy M. Brown (The Washington Informer/NNPA Member) Bill Cosby continued his vigorous defense of…

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The Night “Yes, We Can!” Became “Yes, We Did!”
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The Night “Yes, We Can!” Became “Yes, We Did!”

By Patrick Forrest (Chicago Crusader/NNPA Member) When President nominee Barack Obama won the election back…

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