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Judges: North Carolina must redo map skewed by partisanship
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
RALEIGH — Federal judges ruled Tuesday that North Carolina’s congressional district map drawn by legislative Republicans is illegally gerrymandered because of excessive partisanship that gave the GOP a rock-solid advantage for most seats and must quickly be redone. The ruling marks the second time this decade that the GOP’s congressional
Black Panther movie causing excitement around country
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
There’s a Black Panther party going on all around the country. Superhero fans, movie fans and especially connoisseurs of black culture — American and African — are all eagerly awaiting the debut of Marvel’s “Black Panther” movie starring comic book’s first black superhero with an enthusiasm not often seen in
Brother-in-law of Martin Luther King dies
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
ATLANTA— The brother-in-law of Martin Luther King Jr. and a founding member of The Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change has died. Isaac Newton Farris Sr., who suffered from prostate cancer and Parkinson’s disease, died at his Atlanta home last week, his daughter Angela Farris-Watkins told The Associated Press. He was 83.
N.C. A&Tís Rod Broadway retires
Monday, January 8, 2018
GREENSBORO – North Carolina A&T football coach Rod Broadway announced his retirement from coaching on Monday. Assistant head coach/defensive coordinator/secondary coach Sam Washington will take over the program as the 19th head football coach in N.C. A&T history. Aggie Athletics will hold an 11 a.m., press conference at the
New hip-hop horror film available on Amazon Prime
Monday, January 8, 2018
Indianapolis-based writer/producer/director Jamie Rhodes has released his latest project and first feature film, Night of the Unspeakable, a hip-hop horror and supernatural thriller. NOTU is set in the confines of a rehearsal and recording studio. A rapper, his entourage, an R&B girl group, a rock and soul band, and a spoken word artist are trapped for
Universities face criticism on hate crime handling
Monday, January 8, 2018
As the new year begins, many look forward to a brighter and more prosperous future that is bright with possibility. College campuses, particularly predominantly white institutions in the Washington, D.C., area are no exception. American University, a private college in northwest D.C. with just 7 percent of its student body population classified as black,
ĎAfroPoPí opens with 'Black Panther Woman' on MLK Day
Sunday, January 7, 2018
NEW YORK — The 10th anniversary season of the documentary series “AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange” opens with Rachel Perkins’ “Black Panther Woman,” a look back at the Black Panther Party in Australia, and a legacy tarnished by #MeToo charges from one of the women involved in that movement. Actor Nicholas L.
Real Christians have always had targets on their backs
Saturday, January 6, 2018
I heard Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House in Dallas preach a sermon that really caught my attention. He reminded those in the audience that most of the Bible was written from a jail cell. I think his overall message had something to do with his prison outreach ministry, which I understand to be significant. I was so struck, however, by the
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