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African Americans

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Jamie Foxx promised a night of celebration on Sunday when he took the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to host the 2018... [Read More]
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We've long forgotten the African-Americans who lived free – at least some of the time – in the Midwest in the decades before the Civil... [Read More]
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A key figure in the fight for racial equality, Cotton led marches and headed an education programme that taught African Americans about their basic rights... [Read More]
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"We have learned from the Black Lives Matter movement that law enforcement will often treat African Americans in a way they wouldn't treat whites," said... [Read More]
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Jeanette Epps was about to become the first African American to live at the International Space Station. But NASA announced in January it was replacing... [Read More]
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The film dives into the history of the early Catholic Church and African Americans in central Kentucky. [Read More]
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The church sits on land purchased by three African-American men after the Civil War, and is located in the Quince Orchard area of Montgomery County. [Read More]
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Segregation put Deerfield Beach's deceased African-Americans in a final resting place that was left unmarked and largely forgotten for decades. But now some 300 souls... [Read More]
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Piqua author and historian Larry Hamilton and Piqua City Commissioner Kris Lee will be at Edison State Community College on Wednesday, June 2... [Read More]
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Netflix's long-time communications chief and former journalist used the ultimate derogatory term for African-Americans in a meeting, causing almost immediate outage among colleagues, sources tell... [Read More]
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On this day 75 ago, the 1943 race riots were coming to an end. Over a three-day period, 34 people were killed in the riots.... [Read More]
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"Position of Power" Featuring Don Peebles and Thomas A. Moorehead, two of the top 15 wealthiest African Americans and self-made entrepreneurs. The powerful discussion centered... [Read More]
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Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy defended President Donald Trump's controversial "zero-tolerance" immigration policy and the conditions of detention facilities for immigrant children.  Campos-Duffy, a former reality TV... [Read More]
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Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy is defending President Trump's child separating policies by saying migrants kids got to enjoy better living conditions than African Americans... [Read More]
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"I made a conscious decision that I wasn't just going to be a consumer; that at least one of us [African Americans] would appear at... [Read More]
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The cast and director of "Sorry To Bother You" gathered for the opening night of BAMcinemaFest Wednesday at New York City's BAM Harvey Theater to... [Read More]
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Killings of unarmed blacks were associated with measurable emotional distress among other African-Americans, researchers reported. [Read More]
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As the white population has decreased, the number of Hispanics, Asians and African-Americans has increased since 2010 in Nassau and Suffolk. [Read More]
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Several African American lawmakers are taking issue with Governor Rauner after his claims about his own record helping African Americans in Illinois. Governor Rauner said... [Read More]
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Governor Bruce Rauner says he's done more for African-Americans than any previous Illinois governor. But, some are calling him out saying it's not true. [Read More]
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