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Report Shows America’s Major Cities are Pricing Out Black Residents

Black households experienced the steepest declines in affordable neighborhoods in the years preceding the pandemic. By Stacy M. Brown, Senior National Correspondent, NNPA Newswire At the...

Cheerleader Dies by Suicide after Instagram Post: “I’ve Been Dead Inside for So Long”

By Jenny A. Casiano, BlackDoctor.org Family, friends, and classmates of Southern University are in shock and mourning the loss of beautiful 19-year-old cheerleader Arlana Miller....

California’s New CARE Court Is Justice Option for People Addicted, Mentally Ill

By Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media Over the last two months, Gov. Gavin Newsom has met with some of the state's counties to...

New Report Reveals that Black and Latinx Youth are 50 Percent More Likely to...

Police, having seen the fight online, couldn’t determine which boys were part of these mundane events but arrested 11 other kids – all were...

SAN DIEGO BRANCH OF THE NAACP

By Douglas a. Oden, Esq., Lei-Chala I. Wilson, Esp. The NAACP was founded in 1909, has the well earned reputation as the oldest and "baddest"...