No Financial Payments for Survivors of Black Wall Street Massacre

No Financial Payments for Survivors of Black Wall Street Massacre

Although victims of the 1921 Black Wall Street massacre in Tulsa, Okla. have been honored and memorialized, no one has ever been held responsible for… 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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Possible Reparations for Enslavement of African-Americans Continues to Make News

Possible Reparations for Enslavement of African-Americans Continues to Make News

Reparations for the descendants of enslaved African-Americans continues to be a hot political topic. In California, reparations for the descendants of enslaved African-Americans recently cleared… Magazine Topics: Black Farmers Proving Discrimination Can Make Claims for Piece of $2.2 Billion Loan Payment Pie Herschel Walker Disputes Abortion Claims,

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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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Black Farmers Proving Discrimination Can Make Claims for Piece of $2.2 Billion Loan Payment Pie

Black Farmers Proving Discrimination Can Make Claims for Piece of $2.2 Billion Loan Payment Pie

Many Black farmers claim they face discrimination when applying for government loans. Black farmers have longed claimed to face discrimination from the government when it… Magazine Topics: Products to Purchase President Biden Pardons First African-American Secret Service Agent Business Jobs Money Entrepreneurs Technology Real Estate Workplace Discrimination

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Biden Administration Seeks to End Undervaluing of Black-Owned Homes

Biden Administration Seeks to End Undervaluing of Black-Owned Homes

Prejudice and bigotry in home appraisals has contributed to the wealth gap between Black and White Americans. For generations, if not centuries, Black Americans have… Magazine Topics: Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse Case Draws Criticism For Controversial Comments, Outbursts Abercrombie & Fitch Netflix Doc Brings Back Not Too

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Buying Own 40 Acres, Mule: Father Gifts 13-Year-Old Son with 40 Acres of Land

Buying Own 40 Acres, Mule: Father Gifts 13-Year-Old Son with 40 Acres of Land

Newly emancipated slaves were supposed to receive 40 acres and a mule as reparations. Anyone with a little bit of knowledge knows that African-Americans got… Magazine Topics: Legacy College Admissions vs. Affirmative Action: When is Preferential Treatment O.K.? ‘The People’s Champ’ Paul Wall Becomes the ‘Party’s Champ’

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