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ELECTION 2022: A Report on Ten Black Candidates Running Statewide in 2022

The year of 2022 will prove to be a major test of the electability of Black statewide candidates as issues around voting rights and...

Officer’s camera misses key moment of Patrick Lyoya’s death

By AMY FORLITI, Associated Press Body camera footage of Patrick Lyoya's fatal encounter with a Michigan police officer shows a close-up view of an intense...

Judge approves fix to stem race bias in NFL concussion deal

By MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press Black retired football players who were denied payments for dementia in the NFL's $1 billion concussion settlement can seek to...

Kamala Harris marks ‘Bloody Sunday’ anniversary in Selma

By Kim Chandler, Associated Press Vice President Kamala Harris visited Selma, Alabama, on Sunday to commemorate a defining moment in the fight for equal voting...

DOJ Intervenes in Black Couple’s Home Appraisal Lawsuit

In 2020, Tenisha Tate-Austin and Paul Austin, a Black couple in San Francisco, sought to refinance their home mortgage. Janette Miller, a licensed appraiser,...

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Mistress of Ceremony: Judge Mableu Ephriam

Each year we partner with San Diego County Youth Football Teams to give need-based grants to some of their athletes.  This grant covers the cost of the athlete participating in the organization. This is a joint effort with Rudolph A. Johnson III, CEO of Neighborhood House Association and the Phi Omicron and Beta Nu Nu Chapters of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The outyear goal is to establish a grant with each of the 15 teams across San Diego county.

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