Soldier’s Widow: Trump ‘Couldn’t Remember My Husband’s Name’

Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Oct 24, 2017

The widow of a U.S. soldier killed this month in an ambush in Niger said Monday that during a call from President Trump he struggled to remember the fallen soldier’s name.


Did the FBI Just Declare War on Black People?


Black Voice News, Op-ed, Julianne Malveaux, Posted: Oct 24, 2017

Despite no evidence of an organized "movement," the FBI has described Black people who have rallied for equality and criminal justice reform as "Black Identity Extremists."


The Fight to Protect Voting Rights Continues #StayWoke


Black Voice News, Op-ed, Derrick Johnson, Posted: Oct 16, 2017

Without true voter protection, integrity and universal access, America's light on the hill dims.

Officer Slain in N.O. East Wanted to Make a Difference


Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Posted: Oct 16, 2017

The New Orleans Police Department lost one of its own during an early-morning shooting Friday, October 13.


Financial Circumstances Have People Over 50 Working Longer


Washington Informer, Profile, Kevin McNeir, Posted: Oct 14, 2017

Despite a Harvard MBA, after turning 50—and the recession--black entrepreneur Elizabeth White struggled to keep up appearances to get business.


Stacey Abrams Wants to be America’s First Black Female Governor


Washington Informer, News Report, Stacy Brown, Posted: Oct 13, 2017

Stacey Abrams, the Georgia House minority leader, says she's undaunted by the stranglehold the GOP has had on the governor's mansion for the past 15 years.

Labor Union Files Complaint Against Dallas Cowboys Owner


NorthStar News Today, News Report, Posted: Oct 11, 2017

Local 100 of the United Labor Union that filed the complaint against Jerry Jones because he threatened to bench any players who took a knee during the national anthem.


Airbnb Campaigns to Increase Diversity on Its Platform


Black Voice News, News Report, Freddie Allen, Posted: Oct 09, 2017

Airbnb, the online hosting company that connects travelers with hosts worldwide, is on a mission to increase awareness about its economic benefits in communities of color.


Teachers Report Weaker Bonds With Students of Color


NorthStar News Today, News Report, Posted: Oct 06, 2017

Teachers say that they have weaker relationships with children of immigrants and teens of color, a new study has found.


Nielsen Study Reveals Growing Spending Power, Influence of Black Women


Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Stacy Brown, Posted: Oct 03, 2017

A new report detailing the record-setting spending power of African-American women has further buoyed the confidence of Black female entrepreneurs.

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