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COMMENTARY: 2022 Will Be a Great Year for Blacks and People of Color in...

When leadership reflects people of color, America is in a better place for opportunity and progressive ideas for Black people. Whether you’re looking forward...

She Worked For Black Press For Over 48 Years

By Evan Carlton Ward | Sun-Reporter Gail Cordelia Berkley-Armstrong, legendary awarding-winning Bay Area journalist and Sun-Reporter Editor, has died after a lengthy illness. She was...

Mary Alice Jervay Thatch, Freedom Fighting Publisher of Wilmington Journal Dies

A teacher and educated wordsmith, Mary Alice Jervay Thatch had an unsurpassed commitment to providing a voice to African Americans. She took over the...

For Years, Newspapers Printed Hate, Leading to Lynchings and Massacres of Black Americans

By DeNeen L. Brown, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism “FRIED OVER SLOW FIRE: Negro Commits the Unspeakable Crime and Is Put to Death With...

The National NAACP President Should Be Suspended, Not the San Diego Branch President

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Derrick Johnson, as President of the National NAACP, has been a disappointment, and...