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After careful consideration as we are facing this CV19 pandemic, I find it extremely difficult to believe that this country, the United States of America was totally caught off guard. […]
“NAN—one of the nation’s leading civil rights organizations—has joined forces with World Central Kitchen to transform its sites into community kitchens to prepare meals for those in need,” reported NewsOne. “The NAN’s Harlem-based headquarters […]
Nearly 3,000 people participated in National Action Network’s first virtual townhall meeting. The event, held on Sunday, March 29, 2020 and moderated by Reverend Al Sharpton included leading health experts, academicians and U.S. Representative Hakeem Jeffries, who talked about […]
The nation’s leading civil rights organizations have requested an urgent meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer regarding racial equity in the coronavirus response proposal. […]
The primaries have concluded and the field of 16 presidential candidate for the Democratic Party has come down to the last two men standing former VP Joe Biden and his […]
In what many have come to delineate as the #OscarsSoWhite ceremony, the 92nd Annual Academy Awards wasn’t much different this year, but did deliver a distinguished accomplishment worth celebrating in […]
Oddly enough on last Sunday during the Morning Worship Experience, said to the congregation who had gathered for Family & Friend’s Day that we need to be kinder, and more […]
LOS ANGELES, CA — Funeral services were pending Tuesday for Earl Paysinger, the former first assistant chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, and later vice president of civic engagement […]
After she became homeless, Callie Rutter entered Bridges at Kraemer Place, an emergency shelter that promises to….