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US radio host Charlamagne tha God says opinion polls suggesting black Americans may flee the Democratic party to vote for Donald Trump may be “overstated”. In an interview with the BBC’s Americast, he said: “Everybody keeps talking about Donald Trump and the inroads he’s making with black men, but I don’t see it.” Both President […]

Bree Black Horse has been working as the Assistant U.S. Attorney dedicated to prosecuting Missing and Murdered Indigenous People cases in the Northwest. Black Horse joined the Office as part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons Regional Outreach Program. It focuses on collaboration among tribal, federal and state governmental and […]

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A strong majority of voters want Black studies curriculum and the history of racism and slavery and its legacy taught in K-12 public schools, according to new polling data from the Black Education Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University. Results from a nationally representative phone poll of 1,000 registered voters found that 85 percent […]

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Powell made history by becoming the 12th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff-the highest military position in the Department of Defense, Oct. 1, 1989, to Sept. 30, 1993. At age 52, he became the youngest officer to serve in this position. Powell made history again when he became the first appointed black secretary of […]

Key events happened on this day, June 13: Several events occurred worldwide on this day in the past. One of which is the horricfic Uphaar Cinema fire tragedy which killed 59 people to US Black Supreme Court justice was nominated in 1967. Moreover, on this day, Donald Trump too became the first former president to […]

Lynching in the United States is estimated to have claimed over 4.7 thousand lives between 1882 and 1968, and just under 3.5 thousand of these victims were black. Today, lynching is more commonly associated with racial oppression, particularly in the south, however, in early years, victims were more commonly white (specifically Mexican), and lynchings were […]

Source: MANDEL NGAN / Getty In the latest incident fueling suspicions that conservatives want to incite MAGA violence around the upcoming presidential election, a suspected white supremacist has been charged for allegedly plotting “a race war” by way of a mass shooting of Black and brown people in Atlanta. Arizona man Mark Adams Prieto, 58, […]

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Parts of the north side of Montgomery are defined by what it has lost: restaurants, grocery stores and a convenient pharmacy, the latter of which closed five years ago. People who still live in the historically Black neighborhood of Newtown, like Sharon Harris, are frustrated. She goes to a different location of

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