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The voice of black America, Part I
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Amid last week’s annual convention of the National Newspaper Publishers Association in Portland, Oregon, I was reminded repeatedly that black Americans have had a long, storied tradition of newspaper publishing. Since the first publication of Freedom’s Journal in 1827, black publishers have worked heroically to earn the title “Voice of
Voting while black in Mississippi
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Last week, African-American voters in Mississippi proved blacks will vote for a Republican candidate when doing so meets the time-honored tradition all American voters have always followed – they judge it to be in their self-interest. On June 24, Thad Cochran, the courtly, six-term senior Mississippi senator, eked out a narrow 51-49 percent victory
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