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OP-ED: We Count Too

The last time the census happened in 2010, I was a 16-year-old high school student and I made sure that we definitely did a...

NAACP holds teleconference to reach out to community: Residents urged to look out for...

By Lisa Fitch, Editor in Chief, Our Weekly News The NAACP hosted an Emergency Tele Town Hall about coronavirus, COVID-19 and its potential impact on...

Ghanaians Build on Year of Return at NAACP Image Awards

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire The star-studded event showcased the growing relationship between the historic organization, Ghana and the Diaspora. The 51st NAACP Image Awards took place...

Former NAACP Chief and Congressional Black Caucus Chair Kweisi Mfume Wins Primary for Cummings...

Mfume’s primary challenger in Maryland’s seventh congressional district was Cummings’ widow, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings. But the contest was no close. The general election will...

COMMENTARY- Dr. Weber Deserves Better

We heartily agree that Dr. Weber deserves the honor of being the Union-Tribune’s San Diegan of 2019.  She continues to deliver on legislation that...

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