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Obama Issues Official Statement, Leadership On Mass Shooting And White Supremacy
After the weekend’s mass shootings in Texas and Ohio that left at least 31 people dead, Barack Obama wants Americans to “clearly and unequivocally” reject language from leaders that “feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments.”
Remembering Beloved Author Toni Morrison, Dead At 88
Once upon a time. Those are some of the first words we remember from our childhood, author Toni Morrison said in 1993 when she received her Nobel Prize in Literature.
U.S. Treasury Accuses China Of Being A Currency Manipulator As Trade War Goes To Whole New Level
On Thursday, President Donald Trump said he would charge a 10 percent tariff on $300 billion in Chinese goods, ending a period of seemingly eased tensions between the two countries. China promised to fight back.
NABJ’s 44th Convention and Career Fair Begins Tonight, In Miami For First Time in 32 Years
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) will begin their 44th Annual Convention and Career Fair this week in Miami with the theme “Fight The Power: Press Forward with Passion and Purpose.” The premier conference brings together many of the best and brightest current and emerging Black journalists from across the country.
Can Atlanta’s Black Tech Founders Avoid Silicon Valley’s Mistakes?
Atlanta is attracting the majority of migrants in a “reverse Great Migration,” where Black Americans are leaving expensive northern cities for the same Southern cities many of their ancestors fled.