Black Business Group, Black Banks Making Black History With Economic Justice 

Black Business Group, Black Banks Making Black History With Economic Justice 

The Wall Street Journal reported last year that national banks tilting toward major mortgages "means fewer loans for Blacks, Hispanics." This leaves Black-owned community banks to ...

NEW STUDY: BLACKS FEEL IGNORED BY THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

NEW STUDY: BLACKS FEEL IGNORED BY THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

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NEW HIGHWAY PATROL COMMANDER  SEEKS TO BUILD STRONGER BRIDGES

NEW HIGHWAY PATROL COMMANDER SEEKS TO BUILD STRONGER BRIDGES

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Lonnie G. Bunch III To Receive NAACP President’s Award at the 48th NAACP Image Awards on Feb 11

Lonnie G. Bunch III To Receive NAACP President’s Award at the 48th NAACP Image Awards on Feb 11

Prestigious Honor Recognizes 30 Years of Dedication as one of the Nation’s Leading Figures in the Historical and Museum Community ...

Amidst Chaos At U.S. Airports, A CONGOLESE Family Is Brought To Safety

Amidst Chaos At U.S. Airports, A CONGOLESE Family Is Brought To Safety

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NC author tells why new Emmett Till book is about stopping violence against Blacks

NC author tells why new Emmett Till book is about stopping violence against Blacks

The Blood of Emmett Till (Simon and Schuster), is mainly about the confession by Carolyn Bryant, the Mississippi White woman whose lie, in 1955, caused the brutal lynching and murd ...

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African Union Blasts Trump Rule Barring African Muslim Immigrants

An outraged African Union recalled the kidnapping of Black Africans as it considered the controversial new US anti-immigrant rules. After forcibly bringing Africans to the U.S. as ...

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The National Black Church Initiative salutes the Women’s March for Democracy and Inclusion

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The Impact Network expands its reach through Comcast Xfinity

BY ROZ EDWARD OF THE MICHIGAN CHRONICLE   The Impact Network, the only independent African American-owned and operated Christian television network in the United States, will now be available in even more homes, thanks to an expanded distribution agreement with Comcast’s Xfinity TV platform. The Impact N more ...

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CASH IN THE APPLE: Doubting Trump

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