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Column: New Year’s resolutions for Black America in 2016

    Column: New Year’s resolutions for Black America in 2016

Benjamin Chavis NNPA Columnist Whenever we begin a new calendar year, it can be useful to make New Year’s Resolutions to prioritize and focus for the immediate future. Beyond the

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Creating a global blueprint to the future

    Creating a global blueprint to the future

In photo: Columnist Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., who says Black America’s national leadership should immediately convene a summit. By Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. NNPA Columnist As we begin 2015, millions

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Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

(pictured above:  August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11 was a day of infamy long before 2001. On that

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For Seniors Only: Remember the Sacrifices Made for Our Freedom

    For Seniors Only: Remember the Sacrifices Made for Our Freedom

By Rebecca Holder The letter began ordinarily enough, “Dear Sirs: This is in response to your inquiry regarding the events of…” In the late 1980s my supervisor was contacted by

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Sunshine, Music and Freedom

    Sunshine, Music and Freedom

Locals mark Juneteenth (pictured above:  Residents enjoy Saturday’s Juneteenth street festival.) The city’s annual Juneteenth festival celebrated a landmark anniversary

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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your

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Student Poet Laureate crowned

    Student Poet Laureate crowned

(pictured above:  Winner Mariah Rowdy (center) with Nonnie C. Egbuna and Mary Kerr (right).) Mariah Rowdy, a junior at Reynolds High

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High hopes for new ICRCM leader

    High hopes for new ICRCM leader

Lacy Ward Jr. has been named the new executive director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) in

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Editorial: Continue to celebrate Black History

    Editorial: Continue to celebrate Black History

Why should we continue to celebrate Black History Month? (pictured above: Oscar Micheaux, first black movie director who produced “Up

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Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

    Harding: Stand up for what’s right!

(pictured above: Dr. Vincent Harding in conversation last week.) Wake Forest University invited author and civil rights legend Dr. Vincent

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