Civil Rights Leaders Remember Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4
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Civil Rights Leaders Remember Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4

Civil rights leaders remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of the…

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Costs Prosecuting Bill Cosby in Sexual Assault Trial Dwarfed by Costs to Defend Him
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Costs Prosecuting Bill Cosby in Sexual Assault Trial Dwarfed by Costs to Defend Him

In Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial with accuser Andrea Constand, the comedian will likely spend…

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Judge Steven O’Neill in the Cosby Sexual Assault Trial will allow Five Accusers to Testify
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Judge Steven O’Neill in the Cosby Sexual Assault Trial will allow Five Accusers to Testify

In the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial set to begin this month, Judge Steven O’Neill…

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Color of Change, Other Civil Rights Groups Sue Homeland Security over “Race Paper,” Targeted Surveillance
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Color of Change, Other Civil Rights Groups Sue Homeland Security over “Race Paper,” Targeted Surveillance

The Color of Change and the Center for Constitutional Rights sue the Department of Homeland…

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Parents, Black Publishers Discuss Excellence in Public Education During Black Press Week
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Parents, Black Publishers Discuss Excellence in Public Education During Black Press Week

NNPA ESSA Public Awareness Campaign hosted the “Striving for African American Excellence in Public Education:…

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Black Icons in Civil Rights, Politics and Business Receive 2018 NNPA Torch Awards
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Black Icons in Civil Rights, Politics and Business Receive 2018 NNPA Torch Awards

Third Baptist Church Pastor Amos C. Brown, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and James Farmer, a…

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The Black Press Honors Senator Kamala Harris with 2018 Newsmaker of the Year Award
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The Black Press Honors Senator Kamala Harris with 2018 Newsmaker of the Year Award

The NNPA honored Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) with the 2018 Newsmaker of the Year Award,…

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After Judge Steven O’Neill Rejects Dismissal, Cosby’s New Trial on 2004 Sexual Assault Allegations Begins April 2
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After Judge Steven O’Neill Rejects Dismissal, Cosby’s New Trial on 2004 Sexual Assault Allegations Begins April 2

Bill Cosby's new criminal trial on the 2004 sexual assault allegations begins April 2, 2018.…

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New EPI Study Shows No Progress for Blacks in Homeownership, Unemployment and Incarceration in 50 Years
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New EPI Study Shows No Progress for Blacks in Homeownership, Unemployment and Incarceration in 50 Years

A recent Economic Policy Institute study revealed that Blacks haven’t made any progress in homeownership,…

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EXCLUSIVE: Cosby Paid Sexual Assault Accuser $3.5 Million in 2006
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EXCLUSIVE: Cosby Paid Sexual Assault Accuser $3.5 Million in 2006

Andrea Constand, the woman at the center of Bill Cosby’s upcoming sexual assault trial, received…

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