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Benjamin F. Chavis
NNPA Hosts ESSA National Black Parents Town Hall in Cincinnati
July 4, 2019
The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), in partnership with the Cincinnati Herald, hosted a Black Parents’ Town Hall Meeting on Educational Excellence on June 25. ... read more »
Rep. Al Green Meets with the Black Press on Capitol Hill
September 28, 2017
During an on the record meeting with publishers of Black-owned newspapers on Capitol Hill, Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) discussed a range of issues from symbols of the Confederacy to advertising in the Black Press and the impeachment of President Donald Trump. ... read more »
Nearly 90 percent of Black Voters Favor Clinton over Trump in New HU/NNPA National Black Voter Poll 
November 2, 2016
The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Howard University, announced the results of the 2016 Howard University/NNPA National Black Voter Poll. ... read more »
William Barber’s Prophetic Voice Demands Voting Rights and Justice for All
August 11, 2016
Barber has worked in the trenches to deliver strong messages that oppose hate, violence and oppression. ... read more »
NNPA Fellows On the Challenges and Aspirations of Black America
August 3, 2016
The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) commends the dedication, vigilance and vitality of our eight “Discover the Unexpected” NNPA Journalism Fellows: Brandi Montgomery, Brelaun Douglas, Briahnna Brown, McKenzie Marshall, Victoria Jones, Rushawn Walters, Tatyana Hopkins and Sidnee King. ... read more »
The African American State of the Union
January 20, 2016
hile millions of people across the United States and throughout the world will continue to affirm, discuss, or respond in various ways to the last State of Union by America’s first President of the United States who is an African American, there are still priority issues that challenge African Americans going forward Of course, as one would expect and predict, President Barack H. Obama’s 2016 State of the Union address was a message to all people in the U.S., as well as to all people in the global community. ... read more »
Farrakhan: “Justice or Else” March Just the Beginning
August 27, 2015
Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., president and CEO of the NNPA and the national director of the 1995 Million Man March, moderated the call, fielding pooled questions from dozens of publishers and editors from Black newspapers across the country. ... read more »
The Legacy of Julian Bond
August 20, 2015
There is an old African proverb that says “The spirit of a freedom warrior will never die in the enduring life of the village, yet that valued spirit will be passed on to future generations.” Julian Bond was a freedom fighter. ... read more »
Mobilizing for the Oct. 10 ‘Justice or Else’ March in D.C.
August 5, 2015
When The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan issues a sacred clarion call for a national and international mobilization for justice, freedom and equality, millions of people across America and throughout the world respond with responsive enthusiasm and energy. ... read more »

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