NNPA NEWSWIRE — More than 50 years later, 50 million plus copies have been sold worldwide, making the Corolla the best- selling car ever. And despite...
NASHVILLE PRIDE — Forlanda D. Anderson is an author and motivational speaker born.
San Diego Voice — She is known as the ‘Moses of Her People.’”
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER — The retailer is hosting a National Hiring Day event for salon stylists.
THE AFRO — For 30 years the National Alliance of African American Athletes has created a movement amongst young high school football talent.
SAN DIEGO VOICE — The San Diego Tenants Union urged Council President Gomez to amend the plan to include rent control.
LOS ANGELES SENTINEL — The Pasadena Tournament of Roses® has selected 20 of the marching bands that will participate in the 131st Rose Parade presented by...
LOS ANGELES SENTINEL — McDonald’s has signed the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles to further mark the company’s commitment to progress.
WASHINGTON INFORMER — Landmark vote marking the first time either chamber of Congress has approved such a measure.
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER — The fictional kingdom has a real-life corollary in the historic Kingdom of Hayti.
WASHINGTON INFORMER — Minimum wage would increase to $12.10 by 2022.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “When there's more of us in the room fighting for our stories to be told, and raising awareness about the issues impacting our...
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NNPA NEWSWIRE — In order to have credibility within the Black community, you must call out foolishness when it happens and stop trying to explain it...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — At a press conference in downtown Sacramento, County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said the officers were justified in unloading 20 shots at...
THE AFRO — Every year during the Maryland Legislative Session, members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated gather in Annapolis
THE TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — There’s a long, ugly history of white fraternities and yearbook staffs at various universities participating in racist behavior.
WAVE NEWSPAPERS — For Susan Burton, helping formerly incarcerated women embrace a new way of life is a calling.
THE TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — The National Museum of African American Music has named Vincent PremDas as the director of development and Tamar Smithers as the director...
CHICAGO CRUSADER — The NAACP is making public previously withheld documents about the 2020 Census.
THE WESTSIDE GAZETTE — Florida seems hellbent on sending its public schools into K-12 purgatory.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — The first three craft beers under the Crowns & Hops brand are set to launch Spring 2019.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “If President Trump is a racist, then Cohen must be one also. If President Trump is a cheat, then Cohen must be one...
AUTO REVIEW — If it's raining outside, don't wear nice pants. We explain why in AutoAcademics' review of the totally redesigned 2019 BMW X5 xDrive50i. M.S.R.P....
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Although the United States is inarguably the richest nation in the world, there are millions of full-time workers earning $7.25 an hour who...
CHICAGO CRUSADER — Five films were shown, one feature film and four movie shorts.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — For the past few years I’ve had mixed emotions about the response our society is making in the wake of the opioid epidemic.
THE AFRO — Cherry is survived by his wife, Diana, of 49 years.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — This year’s event will highlight the 400th year recognition of the first enslaved Africans brought to the shores of Virginia in 1619. It’s...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “For the first time in history, there are more than 20 Black women serving in the United State Congress—and we all stand on...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Although Director Kraninger announced a plan to suspend the payday rule, changes in how the Bureau operated with regard to these lenders began...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — The reward for finding the discipline to sit through Allah’s kaleidoscope of HD video, mini DV, 16mm, Hi8 Tape and Super 8 footage...
THE TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — Harold Jordan, MD was the first African-American resident physician at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — Instability is growing in the East African nations of Sudan and South Sudan.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — Among those showcased was BSA guest instructor Illi D. Williams, a native Chicago rapper.
ROLLINGOUT.COM — Telva McGruder’s career at General Motors spans 20+ years.
JACKSONVILLE FREE PRESS — People flooded Green Cove Spring’s Spring Park to celebrate the life and legacy of Augusta Savage.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — STEAM has the power to teach youth math, science and other skills.
THE AFRO — The MOU would require an agreement with the Baltimore Police Department.
THE WESTSIDE GAZETTE — FAMU has a unique opportunity to educate Floridians about medical marijuana
THE AFRO — Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi frankly spoke to Howard University students on an array of subjects relating to their lives and futures.
JACKSONVILLE FREE PRESS — Check out these top black-owned businesses to support in 2019 that are the epitome of excellence.
CHICAGO DEFENDER — Earl Walker, Owner of W&W Towing Company, surprised the 21-year-old homeless man and his family as part of a Black History Celebration.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Never before has Chevy designed a crossover that was so expressive. In fact, it seemed out of step from its typical design theme....
HOWARD UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE — Howard University's Department of Media, Journalism and Film hosted a panel event, "Power of the Pen," that featured literary powerhouses Nikole...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “Mulvaney closed the Office of Young Consumers, stripped the Office of Fair Lending of its ability to enforce fair lending laws, cozied up...
THE TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — On Sunday morning, Feb. 24, New Sardis Baptist Church invoked the spirit of African-American ancestry coupled with Afro-centric music.
NASHVILLE PRIDE — Nashville’s MLS expansion team has officially unveiled the team name, crest and colors.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — Since 2013 the Colour of Music Festival has brought international, national, and regional classically trained black musicians of African descent to share their musical talents.
MICHIGAN CHRONICLE — To end its Black History Month festivities in the month of February, the Detroit Pistons fittingly convened at Detroit Martin Luther King Jr....
THE WESTSIDE GAZETTE — Victor Harvey says he wants to be remembered as “a visionary.”
ROLLINGOUT.COM — The Jackson family is claiming Michael Jackson was “naive” about children but wasn’t an abuser.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — The Indiana Senate Committee recently passed two bills in the Legislative Session that greatly impact the City of Gary.
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER — As the first student of color organization in the state’s oldest college, Hamline’s Black Student Collective has served to empower some of the...
THE WESTSIDE GAZETTE — Presented by the City of Miami Gardens, Poetry in the Gardens is an exciting addition to the Jazz in the Gardens brand.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — Credit Dispute Cloud, LLC is an entirely new model of “credit repair” that empowers individuals to get a handle on, repair and maintain good credit.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — Ke’Von Singleton is a senior at First Baptist School and a local filmmaker that speaks on unity throughout Charleston.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — African American and Latino communities suffer from a higher prevalence of preventable, systemic illnesses.
THE AFRO — Since the 2017 launch, the millennial mom-bosses have been working constantly to provide quality active-wear.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — Seidman spoke highly of the military population for their sacrifice, dedication and service to this county.
NNPA ESSA MEDIA CAMPAIGN: Although parental engagement has a strong correlation to student academic performance and achievement, why is it that African American parents appear disproportionately...
WAVE NEWSPAPERS — Voter suppression, criminal justice reform, job creation and housing costs are among the key areas the CBC will tackle in the coming months.
THE AFRO — The alleged murder of a woman known as a “good samaritan,” by a panhandler shocked many in Baltimore.
WAVE NEWSPAPERS — Black people make up 9 percent of the population of Los Angeles County, but more than one-third of its population experiencing homelessness.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — The Charleston Regional Transportation Authority cut the ribbon on a new solar-powered shelter.
ROLLINGSTONE.COM — Roger Bobb, is making history with his consistent roster of quality entertainment, for us by us.
NASHVILLE PRIDE — Make no mistake, Black History Month educates, honors, and acknowledges the achievements and accomplishments of people of African descent.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — On August 25, 1619, the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to the Colonial Colonies of English North America landed at Point Comfort.
NASHVILLE PRIDE — American Baptist College is committed to increasing its endowment despite the struggle this entails.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — The word HERO is well known to the scholars of St. James-Santee.
CHICAGO CRUSADER — On Tuesday, the Senate approved two major economic development projects and job creation opportunities for Gary and Northwest Indiana.
LOS ANGELES SENTINEL — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors postponed discussion of a report by the Office of Inspector General.
FLORIDA COURIER — The 14th Annual Jazz in the Gardens will feature outstanding artists.
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER — Third-ranked Jamal “Shango” James took another step last Saturday toward a chance at a world welterweight belt.
ROLLINGOUT.COM — Historically Black-owned banks have been the pillar of the Black community.
MILWAUKEE COURIER — Since CBD’s legalization in 2014, Milwaukee has seen a wave of CBD stores and products both in the city and surrounding neighborhoods.
MILWAUKEE COURIER — There’s a space for Black people everywhere and Quinten Oliver Lee is proving that.
WASHINGTON INFORMER — Gibson will produce the new movie with Lee Daniels and Pendergrass’ widow will serve as an executive producer.
FLORIDA COURIER — More than 70 percent of the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on...
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THE NEW TRI-STATE-DEFENDER — Situated on the east end of the Beale Street Entertainment District, the house is where a young William Christopher Handy lived at...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — According to the Shelby County Schools’ website, the district serves more than 100,000 students in 200 schools. However, there is no collective representation...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “The media is in a state of great disruption, but despite all of the change, one thing remains the same: the role of...
WASHINGTON INFORMER — Maryland inched closer to gradually increasing the state’s minimum hourly wage to $15 by 2025.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — The new slave voyages website counts as the product of three years of development by a multi-disciplinary team of historians, librarians, curriculum specialists,...
DALLAS POST TRIBUNE — Ms. Johnson began her career as a criminal prosecutor for Dallas County.
ROLLINGOUT.COM — This project represents an electronic exercise in expression.
CINCINNATI HERALD — It’s not often that one can say this, but it’s such a heated and contested rivalry, that it is definitely a toss-up.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — This past week, the Fort Bend ISD (FBISD) Board of Trustees unanimously voted to no longer move forward with any legal actions related...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Mementos that recognize Jabbar’s many accomplishments – the championship rings, MVP and All-Star trophies and other rare items from the legend – were...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Media mogul Charles D. King received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters during this year’s Howard University Charter Day Convocation. King shared his...
NNPA NEWSWIRE — “During the 1993 investigation into Michael’s alleged pedophilia, his sister Latoya created a firestorm by saying that she ‘would not be a silent...
ATLANTA VOICE — Linda Calhoun, created the non-profit that brings real women role models to the forefront with careers.
ATLANTA VOICE — James’s tenure as president follows the departure of Stanley J. Pritchett.
THE AFRO — A carjacking inadvertently turned into a kidnapping but led to a happy ending- a saga that began in Prince George’s County and concluded in...
THE BIRMINGHAM TIMES — Mayor Randall Woodfin on Thursday said bluntly that “gun violence in the City of Birmingham is a public health crisis.”
ROLLINGOUT.COM — The confrontation happened at the Attleboro Dog Park in Massachusetts.
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER — This year’s tax season seems to be giving taxpayers one big headache.
CHARLESTON CHRONICLE — Claire Hartfield and Ekua Holmes are the winners of the 2019 Coretta Scott King Book Awards.
LOS ANGELES SENTINEL — Rudy Washington, a Cal State LA adjunct professor in the Charter College of Education at Cal State LA, has dedicated more than...