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TCU Women’s Basketball Honors FW Legend Opal Lee

Each day Opal Lee would travel two and a half miles each day in recognition of the two and a half years that Black...

Young South Africans learn of Tutu’s activism for equality

By Mogomotsi Magome and Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press Archbishop Desmond Tutu's legacy is reverberating among young South Africans, many of whom were not born when...

Desmond Tutu, South African Equality Activist, Dies at 90

Desmond Tutu, South Africa's Nobel Peace Prize-winning activist for racial justice and LGBT rights and retired Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, has died, South...

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY: The Wilmington Ten, Fifty Years Later

On Feb. 6, during an uncharacteristically frigid night for a southern city like Wilmington, a bomb was set off in the popular neighborhood grocery. As police and firefighters arrived on the scene, gun fire could be heard above the siren squeals and activity. Sniper fire, which was intended for the Wilmington Ten’s members, struck a police officer. Police eventually arrested the ten activists.

Stacey Abrams, Black Lives Matter are Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

By Lauren Victoria Burke, NNPA Newswire Contributor Both Stacey Abrams and the Black Lives Matter movement have been nominated to win the Nobel Peace Prize. The...