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Soon after former President Donald J. Trump took office, his staff explained how NATO’s mutual defense obligations worked. “You mean, if Russia attacked Lithuania, we would go to war with Russia?” he responded. “That’s crazy.” Mr. Trump has never believed in the fundamental one-for-all-and-all-for-one concept of the Atlantic alliance. Indeed, he spent much of his […]

The films in the 17th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival do what much media and even the public school system fail to do: educate. Through robust programming that gives meaning to the word “diverse,” the selections in this year’s festival illuminate the experiences of those living in the African diaspora around the world. The […]

Dominique Hill and Irving Smith Jr. had good jobs. Last year, Hill worked as a bartender at P.F. Chang’s in Tysons Corner and Smith had recently been promoted to bartender at Wildfire grill, also in Tysons. Each had more than a decade of experience working in restaurants and was making $700 . . .

  UWGT and the Federation of Black Canadians host Black Leadership and Recognition Breakfast Event awards to honour business, community and youth leaders in the GTA   TORONTO, Feb. 2, 2024 /CNW/ – United Way Greater Toronto and the Federation of Black Canadians kicked off Black History Month with an awards ceremony at the annual […]

Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, the latest superhero movie to illustrate and expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has broken all kinds of box office records in the days since it opened – not least in eclipsing Iron Man 3 to enjoy the biggest solo superhero launch in the history of cinema. While its box office success […]

Naomi Campbell (Jamaican, English) walks the runway during the Kenneth Ize show as part of Paris … [+] Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 on February 24, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Kristy Sparow/Getty Images) Getty Images International Black Heritage + History Month [IBHHM] launched in June 2021, as a carefully curated digital platform taking […]

As 2024 draws closer, one of the most common goals for the new year among Black travelers is to generate more income. Many people have interests and aspirations related to investing–some, specifically in international real estate–but aren’t sure how or where to begin. It is commonly believed that this type of endeavor requires a huge […]

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Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history and director of the College of Charleston’s Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, has published an article in The Conversation reflecting on the significance of the recent opening of the International African American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina. Powers writes that the museum . . .

At International Publishers’ 100th anniversary symposium in New York in October, Dr. Gerald Horne announced a research prize for the best new manuscript submitted to International that reflects the links between Indigenous dispossession and slavery/Jim Crow. The Jerry and Flora Horne Scholarship will award $1,000 to the winning applicant. Horne—known for such books as

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