By George B. Cunningham, Texas A&M University A couple of weeks after the close of the National Football League’s regular ...
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By J.J. McQueen Before sunrise of the new year, Baltimore City recorded its first homicide; a cover story familiar to many ...
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A new stamp honoring Edmonia Lewis, a pioneering African-American and Native American sculptor who surmounted racial and ...
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A 25-year-old Black man is suing two police agencies in Nevada after he was misidentified as a white ex-felon nearly twice ...
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Renowned actress Regina King is mourning her son Ian Alexander Jr., who died by apparent suicide, according to a statement ...
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By Piper Hudspeth Blackburn The Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell pushed back Jan. 21 against the uproar over a comment ...
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The Associated Press Black lawmakers walked out in protest Jan. 21 and withheld their votes as the Mississippi Senate passed ...
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By Mark Gray  () – At a time when the perception of football coaching at Historically Black Colleges and Universities is being defined by the personality of Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders at Jackson ...
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By Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D NNPA Newswire Culture and Entertainment Editor The nation is mourning the passing of Cheryl Hickmon ...
By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. Ever since Marilyn Mosby was indicted by a federal grand jury, January 13, on two counts of perjury ...
Special to the AFRO There are various attributes of Chantel Clea that make her an exemplary event producer.  The Baltimore ...
Special to the AFRO If Quinn Conyers was a superhero, her power would be her voice. She may only be five feet tall, but when ...