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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...

HOA’s Remain a Conundrum, Especially for People of Color

Still, Carneys Point suffers as a food dessert – those seeking fresh vegetables, decently-price fruits, and healthy meals must head south across the bridge...

Family of Congressman John Lewis Carrying his Legacy by Fighting for Voting Rights

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent The late Democratic Congressman John Lewis lived every moment of his life doing for others. And, as...

Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is Latest Lawmaker Arrested in Voting Rights Fight

The Brennan Center directly tied the new laws to “racist voter fraud allegations behind the Big Lie – former President Donald Trump’s false claims...

COMMENTARY: For All the People, By All the People

By Ray Curry, Secretary-Treasurer, UAW Our nation was founded on a profound principle — a government that is chosen by the people. Granted, this extraordinary...