‘Stop This Killing!’ Aunt of Alton Sterling Pleads After Three More Police Killed in Baton Rouge

‘Stop This Killing!’ Aunt of Alton Sterling Pleads After Three More Police Killed in Baton Rouge

The breaking news of three more police killings on Sunday – despite pleas for peace coming from President Obama, civil rights leaders, politicians and others - has exacerbated comm ...

Recent police shootings show our nation’s hypocrisy

Recent police shootings show our nation’s hypocrisy

If patriotic fireworks make you feel warm and fuzzy about our nation, these two videos ought to be enough to throw ice water on them. ...

LeBron James Fulfills His Promise to Bring A Title to Cleveland

LeBron James Fulfills His Promise to Bring A Title to Cleveland

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Muhammad Ali: World pays tribute to boxing legend

Muhammad Ali: World pays tribute to boxing legend

Tributes have poured in from across the world for boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who has died at the age of 74. "Muhammad Ali shook up the world. And the world is better for it," said ...

Bids in George Zimmerman gun auction up to $65M

Bids in George Zimmerman gun auction up to $65M

Bidding in an online auction for the gun George Zimmerman used to kill Trayvon Martin was up to $65 million Friday morning as Internet trolls appeared to drive the offers to astron ...

Atlanta’s HIV Cases Now Deemed An “Epidemic” And Is Being Compared To That Of Third World Countries!

Atlanta’s HIV Cases Now Deemed An “Epidemic” And Is Being Compared To That Of Third World Countries!

Gay black men in particular had a higher risk than their counterparts in other ethnicities. Black men who have sex with men had a 1 in 2 risk, Hispanic men a 1 in 4 risk and white ...

Dysfunction Persists In Nigeria, Despite Power Shift

Dysfunction Persists In Nigeria, Despite Power Shift

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OUR VOICE, Guest Editorial: New York Times Black Press story is not fit to print

On the front page of last Sunday's edition, the New York Times carried a story under the headline, "Pillars of Black Media, Once Vibrant, Now Fighting for Survival." It was a flawed, shallow critique of the Black Press and, to be blunt, was not fit to print. more ...

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