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2 Arrested Over Allegedly Defacing BLM Mural in California

Associated Press Police in Northern California arrested two men over allegedly vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural painted on a street in Santa Cruz. The men...

New Partnership Brings Black History to Life Through Google Assistant

By Airik Myers, The Seattle Medium ‘Hey, Google, what happened on this day in Black History?’ is a term that might become a daily ritual...

COMMENTARY: Not Jumping for Juneteenth

By Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Newswire Contributor High props go to 94-year-old Opal Lee, the Texas woman determined to make Juneteenth a national holiday. Thanks to...

‘You Is All Free Now. Yankees Going Home.’ Recordings Reveal What Happened On First...

Edited by Hugh Dougherty and Alex Willemyns | Zenger News Laura Smalley’s voice crackles and comes to life. It is 1941, and she is talking in...

President Biden Signs Juneteenth Holiday into Law

By Stacy M. Brown Beginning on Friday, June 18, federal employees enjoyed the country’s 12th – and perhaps most significant – paid holiday. President Joe Biden...