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Arizona Law Attacks First Amendment by Restricting the Videotaping of Police Activity

By Stacy M. Brown, Senior National Correspondent, NNPA Newswire Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a bill, HB 2319, that makes it illegal to record...

Christian Smalls and the Fight to Unionize Amazon

In the grassroots labor movement, Christian Smalls is fast becoming a star in the push for unionization for Amazon and Starbucks workers. By Cori Zaragoza,...

Michael K. Williams’ Death and the Criminalization of Substance Abuse

By Marc H. Morial "He was a Hollywood star with an off-Broadway paycheck that mostly went up his nose. He was a pacifist with...

Challenges Abound in Repairing America’s Foster Care System

“For children in foster care, we need to follow the science,” Dr. Wilborn insisted. By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent According to the Children’s...

The Genius and Foresight of Prince Revealed Again in ‘Welcome 2 America’

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent It is rare when a posthumous CD receives the rave reviews as Prince’s “Welcome 2 America.” It...