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Why Black America Could Care Less About Emanuel Jackson’s Fate

Jackson turned himself into the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, admitting his role in the Jan. 6 Trump-inspired insurrection that resulted in the death of a Capitol Police officer, disrupted an act of Congress, and much destruction. Unlike the more than 100 people arrested, Jackson is one of the few held without bail. A trial may not come for at least another year.

Greenleaf: OWN Network Hit is the Number One Cable Telecast for Women 25-54

By Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D., NNPA Newswire Entertainment and Culture Editor The fifth and final season premiere of OWN’s hit megachurch drama “Greenleaf” (6/23/20) delivered...

OP-ED: Celebrating the Journey of Black Music and its impact on American Culture

By H. Beecher Hicks, III, President & CEO of the National Museum of African American Music Lately, the phrase ‘unprecedented times’ is so widely used...

Guns, Weed & Toilet Paper: How Rona Got its Nickname and Hilarious Memes

Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media As the Coronavirus pandemic halts daily life in America, many are turning to social media to share stories...

Inhumane Conditions, Violence and Death Represents Everyday Life at Mississippi’s Parchman Prison

By Stacy M. Brown The conditions at Mississippi’s Parchman prison makes it one of the worst detention facilities in the world, according to reform advocates...

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