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2014/08/30 04:51
2014/08/30 04:51
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... trend. According to a recent New York Times/CBS News poll, more than half of black Americans polled – 57 percent – said the killing of the unarmed, 18-year-old Michael Brown by...
2014/08/30 04:51
2014/08/30 04:51
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2014/08/25 22:18
2014/08/25 22:18
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... trend. According to a recent New York Times/CBS News poll, more than half of Black Americans polled – 57 percent – said the killing of the unarmed, 18-year-old Michael Brown by...
2014/08/25 22:18
2014/08/25 22:18
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Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. NNPA Columnist Out of every momentous national tragedy that Black Americans have continued to endure in the United States, there has always emerged a redeeming moment...
2014/08/22 02:53
2014/08/22 02:53
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... its reserves in a tough advertising market, and to help pay legal bills. In April the weekly newspaper relaunched as a free monthly magazine, responding to consumers accessing news via its...
2014/08/20 23:23
2014/08/20 23:23
9d
... Advertising & Marketing Awards announced Newspaper media’s creative, sales and marketing teams from across Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and South-East Asia were recognised at the...
2014/08/20 13:21
2014/08/20 13:21
10d
... turned upside down. Yet mental illness is all around us. Depression affects 10 percent of Americans. We are stunned to hear that actor Robin Williams – someone who seemingly had everything –...
2014/08/18 20:18
2014/08/18 20:18
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F. Chavis, Jr. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Once again, there is a Black American family and community in deep sorrow, agony and tears as a result of another...
2014/08/18 20:18
2014/08/18 20:18
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... now Michael Brown, the 18-year-old unarmed victim in Ferguson, Mo. Police kill African Americans more frequently than you may realize. According to stats compiled by the U.S. Department...
2014/08/17 11:04
2014/08/17 11:04
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... a tragic case," said defense attorney Robert Normandin, president of the Greater Lowell Bar Association. "My fear is the changes will add strain to an already strained court." The group...
2014/08/12 01:02
2014/08/12 01:02
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – For decades, the mainstream American media has painted Africa as a tortured continent beset by disease, famine and poverty. That image hasn’t changed despite dramatic changes...
2014/08/11 22:18
2014/08/11 22:18
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... in the 1960s and 1970s. It was sympathetic to and hosted such prominent African Americans as W.E.B. DuBois, Paul Robeson, Langston Hughes, Malcolm X and Black nationalists Robert...
2014/08/11 21:18
2014/08/11 21:18
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... the bottom when it comes to workforce inclusiveness and overall economic fairness toward Black Americans and Latino Americans. Recent research on tech and social media company workforce...
2014/08/06 16:26
2014/08/06 16:26
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... libraries as hubs of modern technology, but based on a new and surprising survey from the American Library Association, that’s actually a lot closer to the truth than most would...
2014/08/04 21:18
2014/08/04 21:18
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... Democrats will buck that historical voting trend. In an interview with a group of African American reporters last week, for example, Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.), chairman of the Democratic...
2014/07/31 12:24
2014/07/31 12:24
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... off the Sunday Dispatch, which also offered to foot the legal bill. Imagine that today: newspaper hires top QC to defend slippery serial killer. Duncan Webb was another crime reporter of...
2014/08/30 04:51
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