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United Nations Panel Says America Owes Blacks Reparations for Racial Terrorism

by Terry Shropshire, Managing Editor and Web Editor - Atlanta Daily World on

Despite substantial changes since the end of the enforcement of Jim Crow & the fight for civil rights, ideology ensuring the domination of one group over another, continues to negatively impact the civil, political, economic, social & cultural rights... Read full article

Black History Month Conversations at the Super Bowl

by PRNewswire on

ATLANTA, Jan. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ As an official sponsor of the National Football League's Super Bowl LIII, Hyundai is proud to announce a special unveiling of the "On Their Shoulders, We Stand" Mural Exhibit and Conversations in Diversity panel. ... Read full article

Black-Owned Watch Brand for Upscale Savvy Professionals

by Freedom Ink on

Youngblood Worldwide is one to watch, literally. What is now expanding to include apparel, athleisure and other accessories, began as a watch company that sought to offer each client a quality timepiece, minus the inflated price tag. ... Read full article

Why Do Black Businesses Struggle?

by Julianne Malveaux (National Newspaper Publisher's Association Newswire Publicist) on

It is possible that the growth in minority and women owned firms could provide opportunities for women and people of color outside the traditional labor market, outside traditional corporate work.... Read full article

Detroit Water Prepares for Potential Spike in Water Main Breaks

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Detroit Water & Sewerage Department has activated its response plan in preparation for potential water main breaks within the city of Detroit.... Read full article

Flint Water Crisis a Long Time Coming Says Former DWSD Chief Engineer

by Keith A. Owens on

“We’re on the brink of disaster here, but the feeling seems to be that we will be bailed out by the GLWA [Great Lakes Water Authority]...., They’re just replacing city politicians with county politicians. And the problem is politicians.."... Read full article

NewsOne Now Celebrates The Life & Legacy Of Journalist George Curry

by Kenon White on

Longtime journalist and champion of the Black press, George Curry, passed away on Saturday of a heart attack in Maryland at the age of 69.... Read full article

Black Business Owners - Gain Access to Capital Through Training

by USBC Directory Staff on

Enroll now in this exclusive educational opportunity designed to help Black business owners gain access to capital. Our information sessions provide an overview of the program and prepares you for the registration process.... Read full article

Historic all-girls school opens Male Academy

by The Louisiana Weekly on

For one year after Hurricane Katrina, it was part of MAX, a school that included students from St. Augustine, St. Mary’s and Xavier Prep. In the fall of 2006, St. Mary’s moved its operations to the former St. James Major School campus in Gentilly. ... Read full article

Unarmed Michigan Man Captured Being Brutally Beaten & Tasered By Three Cops

by Lindsey India on

A Michigan man was pulled over in Inkster, Michigan by two cops, when he was taken out of his vehicle, brutally beaten, and even tasered by multiple officers.... Read full article

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