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Commodores Legend Talks Reunion, New Book
November 23, 2017
It highlights McClary’s rise from the concrete of societal imposed standards to musical genius. ... read more »
Stacey Abrams Wants to be America’s First Black Female Governor
October 19, 2017
Will Stacey Abrams Be America’s First Black Female Governor in U.S. History? ... read more »
One of the Oldest HBCUs in the Country Could Fold in September
August 31, 2017
Cheyney’s problems have sparked rallies, protests and an outpouring of support and outrage from state senators, alumni and others. ... read more »
Black Publishers Push for Report on Federal Ad Spending
July 27, 2017
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is set to begin work on a report detailing advertising spending by federal agencies—particularly as it pertains to Black and Latino media companies. ... read more »
What’s Next for O.J. Simpson?
July 27, 2017
Football Legend O.J. Simpson Granted Parole in Nevada ... read more »
Pfizer, NNPA Partner to Spread Awareness about Sickle Cell Disease
July 20, 2017
Dr. Kevin Williams talks about Sickle Cell Disease in the Black community ... read more »
One Medical School’s Plan to Increase Black Doctor Ranks
May 18, 2017
Simon said that increasing diversity in their admissions process is one of their top goals. ... read more »
Black Doctors Earn Less than Whites
April 27, 2017
African-American doctors typically work in primary care rather than specialties, the survey noted. ... read more »
Industry Insiders Say Minorities Should Pursue Oil Jobs
April 12, 2017
There are great opportunities for African Americans and Latinos in the oil, natural gas, and petrochemical industries, according to industry insiders, who are calling on minorities to “get in the game.” ... read more »
Parental Involvement Essential for ESSA
April 12, 2017
According to the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), President Barack Obama’s education law, states and local school districts are required to intervene in the lowest-performing schools, including those that serve low-income children and minorities. ... read more »
USDA Director: Agriculture Census Important for Black Farmers
March 22, 2017
African-American and other minority farmers are of interest to Whetstone, an African-American who oversees a diverse department of about 45 individuals ... read more »
Wells Fargo Commits $60 Billion to Increase Black Homeownership
March 9, 2017
Wells Fargo Commits $60 Billion to Increase Black Homeownership ... read more »
Republican Lawmakers Attack Obama’s Education Law
February 28, 2017
As Educators Work to Improve ESSA, Republicans Vote to Weaken the Law ... read more »
The Black Press Played Vital Role in “Hidden Figures”
February 24, 2017
“Paving the Way for Women Engineers,” the headline blared. ... read more »
Firms in Southern California Benefit from Goldman Sachs’ Program, Create Jobs
February 22, 2017
Goldman Sachs’ Small Business Program Alumni Create Jobs, Increase Revenue ... read more »
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