Editorial

Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

    Commentary: Act to end poverty now, as Dr. King wanted

In photo: Marian Wright Edelman By Marian Wright Edelman “There is nothing new about poverty. What is new, however, is that we now have the resources to get rid of it.”

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Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

    Commentary: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to African-Americans

Above: Valerie Jarrett, left, and  and Sylvia M. Burwell By Valerie Jarrett and Sylvia M. Burwell When Astrid Muhammad heard her phone ring on Friday, Jan. 16, the last thing she

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Letters to the Editor: Black businesses and peace

    Letters to the Editor: Black businesses and peace

When Black businesses ruled To the Editor: I grew up in Winston-Salem and attended an Afro American School. In this day and time, we call the gathering the Big 4,

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Editorial: Post MLK Day: Where do we go from here?

    Editorial: Post MLK Day: Where do we go from here?

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday has come and gone. The special service days are history, too, as well as the special programs. However, at least one program on MLK

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Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is like ‘eating the seed corn’

  Commentary: Sale of Ebony, Jet photos is  like ‘eating the seed corn’

In photo: Bill Turner By Bill Turner The recent news that Johnson Publications of Chicago – the parent company of

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Editorial: ‘Selma’ not just a film

  Editorial: ‘Selma’ not just a film

The movie “Selma,” released nationwide on Friday, Jan. 9, depicts events leading up to the celebrated civil rights march from

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Remembering Stuart Scott

  Remembering Stuart Scott

As a kid I remember always gathering at an uncle’s house after a funeral.  It was the place to play cards,

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Editorial: Scott’s unique style

  Editorial: Scott’s unique style

The most casual of sports fans lost a friend when Stuart Scott passed away on Sunday, Jan. 4. The ESPN

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Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

  Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S.

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Commentary: Is Obama Trying to Kill Black Colleges?

  Commentary: Is Obama Trying to Kill Black Colleges?

In photo:  George E. Curry is editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service (NNPA.) By George E. Curry

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