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Clinton’s ideas on race draw applause, protest

Hillary Rodham Clinton is drawing ovations and protesters while highlighting criminal justice and economic policies that the Democratic presidential candidate says are intended to treat Blacks more fairly.

Tough time for Black women – like Black men – with police

It’s not just Black men having difficult relations with police. Black women are having a tough time, too.

South Dallas WINS

“When I told my students at UNT-Dallas in my Urban Sociology class that I was moving to South Dallas they looked at me like as if I’d lost my mind – and they asked me why,” Dr. Baranda Fermin recalled.

Obama: Black Lives Matter addresses a legitimate issue

Defending the Black Lives Matter movement, Oct. 22, President Barack Obama said the protests are giving voice to a problem happening only in African American communities, and that “we, as a society, particularly given our history, have to take this ...

Dallas Postal Service selects 47th postmaster

In August, the Dallas Postal Service selected Yulonda J. Francis-Love as its 47th postmaster, the second African American woman to head the department. She was sworn in September at Dallas City Hall.

Dallas mayor proclaims Nov. 6 as Tim Brown Day

Pro football hall of famer Tim Brown will have his own day throughout the city of Dallas according to Mayor Mike Rawlings and the Dallas City Council.

Immigrant families denied birth certificates in Texas

A federal judge has chosen for now not to force Texas health officials to change their stance in denying birth certificates to immigrant families with U.S-born children, saying that the families raised “grave concerns” but more evidence is needed, according ...

Protests at Ole Miss turn to shouts over Confederate flag

An integrated group of at least 200 students and faculty members rallied Friday at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, urging the Ole Miss administration to stop flying the state flag that includes the Confederate battle emblem.

Across the Nation

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen says the Department of Justice is monitoring the state investigation into the fatal shooting of a Black teenager by a White police officer during a traffic stop in Memphis.

DA Susan Hawk recovers, makes plans to help others

“I know what it feels like to be in that black hole with a wet blanket over you and you think you want to die,” District Attorney Susan Hawk said. “You feel like it, you know it, and you have ...

Justice or Else: A movement, not a moment

Since I have to teach on Saturdays at the City College of New York it was not possible for me to attend the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in the nation’s capital. I doubt if I would have ...

Farrakhan calls on Black community to be self-reliant

The leader of the Nation of Islam on Saturday told a crowd of approximately 1 million people to become more active in solving their own problems instead of relying on others.

Million Man March unites Black Americans across decades

Bill Murrain, a lawyer from Conyers, Georgia, traveled to the National Mall for the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and stood side-by-side with three generations of Black males: his sons, son-in-laws and five grandsons.

Winnetka Heights celebrates National Night Out

National Night Out is an annual celebrated event that unites the community amd promotes crime preventions and a partnership between police and the community.

Memphis’ first White mayor since 1991

Voters in the majority-Black city of Memphis have tapped a city councilman to become their first White mayor in nearly a quarter-century, rebuffing a three-term incumbent whose campaign sagged under rising crime, poverty and the troubled finances of this gritty ...