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New website featuring Gates tracks slave voyages

Henry Gates BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWSWIRE CORRESPONDENT In his PBS series, “Finding...

Report shows why many Blacks not ready to retire

For most African Americans, even the most sophisticated planning tools lead to the same result: Retirement has fast become a pie-in-the-sky...

The year of the ‘Door of Return’ to Africa

This year, 2019 marks the 400th year since the Dutch ship White...

South Florida mayor to run for president

Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam BY DAVID SMILEY MIAMI HERALD/TNS MIAMI – South Florida...

We are matchmakers throughout the Black Diaspora

During the mid-1990s, we began sponsoring exploratory or fact-finding trips to nations in the Caribbean and West...

‘Exposing Slavery’ shows how photography shed light on human bondage

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Marian Anderson: Operatic prowess prevailed through discrimination

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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.’’

New #MeToo PSAs spotlight sexual violence survivors

BY ASHLEY LEE LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS KEN MURRAY/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS/TNS Tarana Burke started the #MeToo movement in...

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