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Jon Johnson File Photo/Gila Herald: This statue in Congo Square/Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans celebrates black musicians. This year’s national theme for Black History Month is “African Americans and the Arts.” Contributed Article/Courtesy the American Red Cross TUCSON – Black History Month centers on the outstanding achievements of Black Americans. With the theme “Black […]

The American Red Cross said it is in need of Black blood donors to help patients with sickle cell disease. The Red Cross said sickle cell disease is the most common inherited blood disorder in the United States, mostly affecting patients of African descent. The disease is a group of conditions in which red blood […]

An Arizona man was shot Christmas Eve when he was caught in the crossfire of rival smuggling gangs in northwestern Sonora as he drove north to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Craig Ricketts was shot twice, once in his arm and once in his left leg, near Oquitoa, Sonora, a town just outside of Altar, Sonora, […]

Eagle Pass, Texas — By 6:30 a.m., there were scores of migrants, including parents carrying young children and babies, between a seemingly endless line of razor wire and the Rio Grande, pleading with Texas National Guardsmen to grant them safe passage into the U.S. “Please, let us through,” a woman in the river clamored in […]

The FBI is investigating a white South Carolina couple for racial discrimination after they set a cross on fire in their yard facing toward their Black neighbors’ home By JAMES POLLARD Associated Press/Report for America December 20, 2023, 7:19 PM ET • 3 min read The FBI is investigating a white South Carolina couple for […]

NAACP Climate & Environmental Justice Director: “Together, we will continue to craft innovative solutions that reach those most in need while shaping a more equitable, resilient, and hopeful future for all.” As the 2023 hurricane season comes to a close, the nation’s preeminent civil rights organization has announced its partnership with the American Red Cross. […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2023 Contact: Alicia Mercedes, amercedes@naacpnet.org WASHINGTON – As the 2023 hurricane season comes to a close, the nation’s preeminent civil rights organization has announced its partnership with the American Red Cross. This historic collaboration is geared toward building greater awareness around, and increasing disaster resilience with a focus on centering […]

It’s been more than two months since lives were changed forever on Maui after the tragic wildfires devastated the island. The American Red Cross is still there, helping to care for some 6,870 people impacted by the fires, and will continue to help in the weeks and months to come as people try to get […]

Tensions in the South China Sea cross a line A diver’s underwater cutting of a section of rope in the South China Sea, as shown in a short video clip this week, may seem too simple an act to qualify as a serious international incident. But that diver was with the Philippine Coast Guard, and […]

The American Red Cross is experiencing a national blood shortage. Fewer donors than needed gave this summer, drawing down the national blood supply and reducing distributions of some of the most needed blood types to hospitals. Hurricane Idalia further strained the blood supply with blood drive cancellations and reduced blood and platelet donations in affected […]


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