Surrounded by city officials and faith leaders, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, with City Manager Patrick Duhaney at his left, and Police Chief Eliot Isaac at his right, announces measures to address racial and implicit bias. Photo by Casey Weldon
Cincinnati Herald

Cranley announces measures to address racial, implicit bias

THE CINCINNATI HERALD — Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley announced measures to address racial and implicit bias at a news conference Jan. 4 at City Hall. […read more]

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Father Miffed After N-Word Incident

by Layla Garms Special to the NNPA from the Winston-Salem Chronicle Celebrity Chef Paula Deen lost her television show and millions of dollars in endorsements; Philadelphia Eagle Riley Cooper faced team disciplinary actions and the ire of his teammates; and the campaign of James Lee Read More

Op-Ed

Accepting Racist Insults Without Reservation

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist I was struck when I opened the Washington Post the other day and saw the headline on a front-page story:  “Poll:  Area residents want Redskins to keep name.” Approximately 61 percent of area sports fans feel that the Washington Redskins should Read More