Derek Chauvin Stabbed in Prison But His Family Left Out of Loop

Derek Chauvin Stabbed in Prison But His Family Left Out of Loop

A mural of George Floyd adorns a convenient store wall in the Third Ward neighborhood in Houston (Photo Credit: Todd A. Smith/Regal Media Group). Derek… Magazine Topics: George Floyd’s Family Sues Kanye Over False Floyd Remarks Man Pleads Guilty to Murders in Buffalo Supermarket Hate Crime Black

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Voting Rights Act in Danger

Voting Rights Act in Danger

Voting rights continue to be a struggle for African-Americans almost 60 years after passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Once again, some conservative… Magazine Topics: National Politics Supreme Court Decision Ends Affirmative Action at Colleges NAACP: Travel to Florida at Your Own Risk Fewer African-Americans

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Inflation Cools, But High Costs Still Adversely Affecting Americans

Inflation Cools, But High Costs Still Adversely Affecting Americans

Although jobs numbers have increased, inflation has many thinking pessimistically about the current economy. Inflation remains a thorn in the side of many Americans, three… Magazine Topics: Vice President Harris Meets with Artificial Intelligence Experts to Discuss Dangers of Technology Black Farmers Proving Discrimination Can Make Claims

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Activists Pays Debt Balances for Approximately 3,000 Morehouse Grads; School Receives $4 Million for New Facilities, Programs

Activists Pays Debt Balances for Approximately 3,000 Morehouse Grads; School Receives $4 Million for New Facilities, Programs

Morehouse College is an HBCU located in Atlanta (Photo Credit: Regal Media Group/Todd A. Smith). Almost 3,000 Morehouse College graduates owed their alma mater approximately… Magazine Topics: President Biden Pardons First African-American Secret Service Agent Around The Way App Helps Consumers Locate Black Owned Businesses Products to

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Fewer African-Americans Incarcerated, But More Work Needed

Fewer African-Americans Incarcerated, But More Work Needed

Although the total prison population has decreased in recent years, the Black prison population has decreased the most. Statistics once discovered that one in three… Magazine Topics: Herschel Walker Disputes Abortion Claims, Fires Political Director Community N.C. Preachers: African-Americans of Faith Excluded from Death Penalty Juries San

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What Political Leaders, Celebrities Are Saying About Israel-Hamas War

What Political Leaders, Celebrities Are Saying About Israel-Hamas War

Hamas’ terrorist attack on Israel did not spare children. Terrorist group Hamas launched a brutal attack on Israel on Oct. 7. From entertainers to politicians,… Magazine Topics: Classified Documents Found at Pence’s Indiana Home; But Problem Dates Back to Carter Nigeria Bans Foreign Models in Effort to

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Harvard University Inaugurates First Black President

Harvard University Inaugurates First Black President

Harvard University is arguably the most prestigious college in America. Claudine Gay has made history becoming the first African-American to serve as president of Harvard… Magazine Topics: Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse Case Draws Criticism For Controversial Comments, Outbursts Education National Dems Blast Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Assault on

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Descendants of Slaves Who Built Georgetown University to Receive $27 Million in Reparations

Descendants of Slaves Who Built Georgetown University to Receive $27 Million in Reparations

Georgetown University became popular in the African-American community because of the highly successful basketball program. When many African-Americans argue for reparations for slavery, they are… Magazine Topics: White-Only, Black-Only Restroom Signs Posted Online by H.S. Students; Assignment Compares Obama to Monkeys; Black Students Forced to Pick Cotton

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