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COMMENTARY: Always Right to Fight!

After the horrific murders of some of our Asian sisters in Georgia, the press started asking whether or not the Black community would align with them to stop the senseless racist attacks against them spurred on by Trump and his merry band of White Supremacists. It was devastating to me to read many of the social media responses and sickening to hear them among friends and family.

Women’s Suffrage in 60 Seconds: Ida B. Wells

By The National Parks Service Ida B. Wells spent her life fiercely dedicated to truth and equality, including the rights of all to vote. In...

Shooting Death in Georgia of Ahmaud Arbery is Defined as a “Modern Day Lynching”

The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, 25, went viral on social media on May 6, months after his murder. The video shows Arbery jogging...

Black Press of America Celebrates 193 Years of Freedom-Fighting Journalism

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent From Freedom’s Journal to The North Star to John Abbott’s Chicago Defender, African American-owned newspapers have sparked fires for truth and equality that...

Black history interwoven with suffrage centennial

“We knew what family meant to her,” said Ernestine (Tina) Martin Wyatt great-great-great-grandniece of Tubman, in a Focus features interview when the movie, “Harriet”...

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