Loíza: The Heart of Puerto Rico’s Black Culture
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Loíza: The Heart of Puerto Rico’s Black Culture

Black residents of the island discuss what it means to be Black or Afro-Puerto Rican…

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Howard University Students Rebuild, Mentor in Puerto Rico for Alternative Spring Break
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Howard University Students Rebuild, Mentor in Puerto Rico for Alternative Spring Break

HBCU students with Howard University’s Alternative Spring Break program help to rebuild La Hermosa Church…

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Discover The Unexpected:  NNPA Journalism Scholars Are Breaking News
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Discover The Unexpected: NNPA Journalism Scholars Are Breaking News

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. (President of the NNPA) Today, we are exposed to 10-minute…

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After Serving Nine Years in Prison for a Quadruple Murder He Didn’t Commit, Davontae Sanford Is Finally Free
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After Serving Nine Years in Prison for a Quadruple Murder He Didn’t Commit, Davontae Sanford Is Finally Free

By Tatyana Hopkins (NNPA/DTU Journalism Fellow, Michigan Chronicle) The lawyers of wrongfully convicted Davontae Sanford…

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Discover the Unexpected: Continuing the Legacy of Freedom’s Journal in 2016
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Discover the Unexpected: Continuing the Legacy of Freedom’s Journal in 2016

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. (President of the NNPA) History is more than the memory…

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Young Black Scholars “Discover the Unexpected” on the Journey to Empowerment
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Young Black Scholars “Discover the Unexpected” on the Journey to Empowerment

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. (President of the National Newspaper Publishers Association) The legendary scholar,…

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NNPA, Chevrolet Announce 2016 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellows
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NNPA, Chevrolet Announce 2016 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellows

By Freddie Allen (NNPA National News Editor) Sidnee King, a 20 year-old broadcast journalism student…

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