Op-Ed: Payday Lenders Want to Charge Triple-digit Interest on Your Loans. The U.S. Congress You Elected Wants to Help Them.
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Op-Ed: Payday Lenders Want to Charge Triple-digit Interest on Your Loans. The U.S. Congress You Elected Wants to Help Them.

By Charlene Crowell (Communications Deputy Director, Center for Responsible Lending) “If at first you don’t…

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You Better Watch Your Mouth: Dental Care in the Black Community
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You Better Watch Your Mouth: Dental Care in the Black Community

By Julianne Malveaux (NNPA Newswire Columnist) From the time I was a little girl, to…

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Black Celebrities, Athletes and Politicians Must Respect the Black Press
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Black Celebrities, Athletes and Politicians Must Respect the Black Press

By Rosetta Miller-Perry (The Tennessee Tribune/NNPA Member) Throughout history, the Black Press has been the…

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Why Black Faith Leaders Must Lead the Fight for Healthcare Access
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Why Black Faith Leaders Must Lead the Fight for Healthcare Access

By Julianne Malveaux (NNPA Newswire Columnist) First of all, despite the Trump Administration’s efforts to…

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Ohio’s Education Leaders Lean on Strong Literacy Programs to Close the Achievement Gap
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Ohio’s Education Leaders Lean on Strong Literacy Programs to Close the Achievement Gap

By Dr. Elizabeth Primas (Program Manager, NNPA/ESSA Public Awareness Campaign) While education officials in Ohio…

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Texans Owner Bob McNair Meant Everything He Said about NFL Players
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Texans Owner Bob McNair Meant Everything He Said about NFL Players

By Jeffrey Boney (Houston Forward Times/NNPA Member) Black players in the National Football League have…

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Public Schools Are More Segregated Now than They Were 40 Years Ago
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Public Schools Are More Segregated Now than They Were 40 Years Ago

By Rushern Baker (County Executive, Prince Georges County, Md.) On November 4, 1952, Dr. Helen…

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TMCF Is Increasing the HBCU Talent Pipeline into the C-Suite
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TMCF Is Increasing the HBCU Talent Pipeline into the C-Suite

By Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. (President and CEO, Thurgood Marshall College Fund) The Thurgood Marshall…

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With “Add-ons,” Blacks Often Pay Higher Fees for Car Purchases than Whites
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With “Add-ons,” Blacks Often Pay Higher Fees for Car Purchases than Whites

By Charlene Crowell (Deputy Communications Director, Center for Responsible Lending) It’s that time of year…

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