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New York authorities are searching for a white man who stabbed and punched a Black woman inside of a Brooklyn subway station. Ann Marie Washington, 57, was attacked by an unidentified white man while on her way home from work on Friday night. The victim suffered from a collapsed lung from being stabbed in the […]

Democrat Ilhan Omar speaks after winning in Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District race during the election night event held by the Democratic Party Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/Hannah Foslien) MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Fresh off of becoming the first Somali-American elected to Congress, Ilhan Omar said Wednesday that she’s still enjoying being […]

Keke Wyatt has been spilling the beans about Michael Ford walking out on their marriage. Ford released a statement debunking her claims and plans to sue her for defamation of character. According to TMZ, Ford stated that Wyatt is spinning a web of lies. In a video, Ford said, “It’s funny how she’s using her […]

A Black Maryland couple has filed a racial discrimination after being stopped by police following a routine visit to Costco earlier this year. Barbara and Bahri Wallace were shopping for a refrigerator at a Costco store in Anne Arundel County, where the loyal customers said they shop two to three times each week and even purchased […]

A superior court judge has ordered Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials to reveal whether it knows the names, or has a list of, deputies with matching skull tattoos believed to be linked to a secret society at its Compton station. The allegations are currently at the center of a wrongful death suit filed by […]

by Mumia Abu-Jamal It has been 40 years since MOVE member Mike Africa has been able to walk the streets. Today, he can do so, because today he is free! A huge embrace reunites Mike Sr. with his wife, Debbie. Until his father was released on Oct. 23, 2018, Mike Africa Jr. had never seen […]

  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND ANALYSIS SERVICES (RFP 18/19-06) Notice is hereby given that the San Francisco County Transportation Authority is requesting proposals from qualified respondents for performance monitoring and analysis services. The full RFP is posted on the Transportation Authority’s website, Proposals are due to the Transportation Authority electronically to […]

by Ann Garrison The Bisesero Genocide Memorial is part of the Kagame regime’s Rwandan Genocide propaganda campaign. During a recent campaign event, Florida Sen. Bill Nelson said: “That story of Rwanda is very instructive to us because when a place gets so tribal that the two tribes won’t have anything to do with each other, […]

by Yolanda Caraway, Leah Daughtry and Minyon Moore, co-authors of ‘For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics’ On Jan. 25, 1972, Shirley Chisholm announces her candidacy for president, becoming the first Black candidate for a major party’s presidential nomination and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. The fifth of November […]

by James Kilgore “(H)eir apparent to the editor’s desk at the Bay View, Amani Sawari … carries an optimism and a vision that us OGs can’t touch. As she put it, ‘Lots of people think a newspaper is a dying form … but a newspaper adds more life and value to stories especially for people […]

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