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Dr. Rik Stevenson A new nonpartisan coalition challenges candidates to spend 12% or more of their campaign contributions to win Black votes across the country and will track, monitor and display candidates’ pledges online. by Anita S. Lane For decades, the Black community in America has overwhelmingly given its support to candidates who have made […]

Using a Navy photo and figures, NBC reports that a Geiger counter registered radiation at a million times the amount humans can tolerate under the floor slab of the townhouse at 1101B Bigelow Court. High hazardous rankings overlooked on assumption of quick easy cleanup by Kirsten Stade, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility San Francisco’s Treasure […]

by Nikki Davenport The Alabama Department of Corrections is once again targeting and repressing incarcerated hunger striker Robert Earl Council (aka Kinetik Justice) for exposing the inhumane conditions at Limestone Correctional Facility. This demonstrates just one case in a long pattern of ADOC’s retaliation against Kinetik Justice. This time, he has been accused of a […]

Usually upbeat, Loni Love got serious — and emotional — on “The Real” this week while defending Naturi Naughton against 50 Cent. The comedian took on the “Power” executive producer 50 after he took to Instagram to bash his former co-star’s hair. “POWER never ends, Ghost f–ked up the edges. LOL,” 50 captioned a meme […]

It’s safe to say that a lot of people didn’t see this coming. According to the NFL Network, Deion Sanders is one of the candidates being considered for the head football coaching job at Florida State University, where he played football, baseball and ran track from 1986 to 1988. His No. 2 football jersey was […]

Reality TV stars Tommie Lee and Malaysia Pargo seem to have the same taste in fashion — and they apparently both enjoy the wild side. Opting for a dress from Matte Collection’s Wild Thoughts Collection, both women decided to opt for the tiger print Naomi Dress. The turtlenecked, long-sleeved and ankle-length dress sells for $32.50, […]

Hampton University has made good on its promise of helping a group of Bahamian students impacted by Hurricane Dorian and is now taking that generosity one step further. In a special Halloween treat, Hampton President, Dr. William R. Harvey surprised the students with an extra semester at the Virginia campus, free of charge. “Thankfulness is […]

Kanye West said he was bothered that Forbes didn’t list him as a billionaire, and he may do something about it. The polarizing rapper appeared at Fast Company’s Innovation Festival in New York on Thursday alongside Steven Smith, his Yeezy shoe collaborator. Kanye West talked about running for president and possibly changing his name. (Photo: […]

A white South Carolina man will spend the next 10 years in prison after subjecting a developmentally disabled Black man to repeated abuse and forcing him to work “more than 100 hours with no pay” at the restaurant he managed. Bobby Paul Edwards, 54, was sentenced to 10 years after pleading guilty to one count […]

Friends of the Fillmore Mini Park meet in October 2018 to plan for the first Jonestown commemoration. They are having a great time revitalizing the Fillmore even for an occasion as solemn as this one. by New Community Leadership Foundation San Francisco – We are honored to present an annual gathering of reflection, healing and […]


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