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Dallas millennials rally to Rock the Block

Dallas Millennial Day: Rock The Block!, a program sponsored by the organization Weapons of Mass Empowerment to promote young voter engagement, began on Sunday with less than 50 people milling around the African American Museum parking lot inside Fair Park. ...

Dallas encouraged to ‘Arrive with 5’

Over the past six weeks, Monday Night Politic-Meet the Candidates, presented by The Dallas Examiner, has offered the community an opportunity to listen directly to candidates in their district as they discussed their platform and why they would make the ...

Monday Night Politics forum features candidates for Dallas ISD – District 9

The final forum for Monday Night Politics–Meet the Candidates featured the Dallas Independent School District candidates for District 9, incumbent Bernadette Nutall and her opponent Damarcus Offord at the African American Museum on April 6. The May 9 ballot will ...

Monday Night Politics: Mayoral candidates

Three candidates are seeking to become mayor for the city of Dallas in the upcoming election. Incumbent Mike Rawlings is seeking a second term and facing opponents attorney Marcos Ronquillo and retired engineer Richard Sheridan.

Monday Night Politics forum featured candidates for Dallas City Council District 8

It was another round of Monday Night Politics – Meet the Candidates on March 23 as candidates for Dallas City Council District 8 took the stage at the African American Museum to discuss their qualifications.

Black women protest delay in confirming Loretta Lynch

Hundreds of Black women and girls representing the Black Women’s Roundtable descended on the nation’s capital last week to petition the Senate to confirm U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch as the next attorney general.

Republican budget would shred safety net

The Republican House budget will shred the social safety net designed to protect the most vulnerable citizens, severely cutting programs ranging from student loans to food stamps, according to a nonpartisan think thank.

Giuliani supports Loretta Lynch nomination

In recent weeks, Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, claimed that President Barack Obama didn’t love America, blamed the president for creating the atmosphere that led to the shootings of two police officers being shot in Ferguson, ...

Monday Night Politics forum features City Council District 7 candidates

It was another packed house at the African American Museum during Monday Night Politics – Meet the Candidates on March 16 as Dallas residents listened to the eight candidates running for office for Dallas City Council District 7.

Monday Night Politics forum presents City Council District 4 candidates

Economic development, working with the police department in communities, and working with the mayor and councilmembers to get things accomplished were some of the issues candidates for Dallas City Council District 4 discussed during Monday Night Politics on March 9 ...

Monday Night Politics Forum featured City Council candidates for District 3

It’s back. Monday Night Politics kicked off its first series on March 2 featuring candidates for Dallas City Council District 3.

Blacks still underrepresented at all levels of politics

Although Blacks have made tremendous improvement in holding elected office since passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, they remain underrepresented at the federal, state and local levels, according to a report scheduled to be released Tuesday by the Joint ...

Dallas lawmakers push for change

With the 84th Texas legislative session in full swing, lawmakers in Texas are working around the clock to pass bills that would help their constituents. One lawmaker, Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, is trying to make a difference in education and ...

With ‘no more campaigns to run,’ Obama refuses to back down

The strongest line in President Obama’s State of the Union address Jan. 20 was ad-libbed. When he said toward the end of his one-hour speech, “I have no more campaigns to run,” Republicans laughed. He quickly shot back, “I know ...

Black state legislators: ‘Preparing Our Nation’s Leaders’

Protecting unarmed Black men from police brutality and increasing the minimum wage were the main topics of discussion at the 38th annual National Black Caucus of State Legislators Conference held at the Hilton Anatole from Dec. 10 through Dec. 13.

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