Not about pride or making history

For many Black voters, 2020 is simply about beating Trump MARK Z. BARABAK/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Faya...

What happened to our Black churches and Black colleges?

I was propelled to write this article because of the current status and dilemma of our Black...

Study finds most of the world failing at gender equality

ILLUSTRATION COURTESY OF NNPA NEWSWIRE Altogether, 2.8 billion girls and women live in countries that get either a “very poor” (59...

Black voices must be raised against tariffs

Our nation’s 45th president is dead set on a trade war. He has increased tariffs on goods...

Laws could outlaw racially motivated 911 calls

JESSICA GRIFFIN/PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER/TNS Protesters demonstrate at the Starbucks at 18th and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia on April 16, 2018, after a...

‘Totally overlooked’

Study says Black girls viewed as less innocent COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS WASHINGTON,...

Lonnie Bunch named new secretary of Smithsonian

PHOTO COURTESY OF LBJ LIBRARY/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Lonnie Bunch is the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and...

Women play key role in ensuring African democracy

NNPA President and CEO, Dr Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., (far right) invited Kettie Kamwangala (far left) and other Malawian women leaders...

Meek Mill turned away from Las Vegas hotel

JESSICA GRIFFIN/PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER/TNS Meek Mill exits the Criminal Justice Center, after a hearing on whether Judge Brinkley should be removed from...

Studying in South Africa was experience of a lifetime for FAMU law student

Carline Geneus, who is from St. Petersburg, called the opportunity study law abroad “very interesting from beginning to end.’’

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