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When it comes to warrantless searches, it’s your rights and their duty

By David Abdullah Contributing Columnist The U.S. Constitution and its amendments protect our individual rights and liberties. The Fourth Amendment in particular provides the right

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Massive civil disobedience planned at U.S. Capitol

By Allen Koch Contributing Writer (Special from Facing South) – On April 2, hundreds of Americans will gather at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to

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The above photo was taken at The Justice or Else! gathering held in October, 2015 which drew cross-generational, cross-cultural groups to Washington, D.C. demanding equal treatment for Blacks, indigenous communities and others.
Police mistreatment of Blacks listed as violation by Human Rights Watch
By Charlene Muhammad Contributing Writer (Special from The Final Call and New America Media) – In its annual review, Human Rights Watch ranked police mistreatment of Blacks in America among human rights ...
Civil Rights leaders back Pres. Obama
(TriceEdneyWire.com) – As flags flew at half-staff over the White House and U.S. Supreme Court building last week after the sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the ...
From left, Linda Darling-Hammond, Gloria Ladson-Billings and Claude Steele
Three African-American scholars ranked among nation’s most influential
By Zenitha Prince Contributing Writer (Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Afro American Newspaper) — Three African-Americans are among the top 10 most influential scholars in the United States, ...
Madam CJ WALKER
Riled by glass ceilings: Perseverance, skill credited for historic growth in Black female entrepreneurship
By Edna Kane-Williams Contributing Writer Given the pioneering success of Madam C. J. Walker, America’s first self-made Black woman millionaire, people wanted to know how she got started in business ownership only ...
Young people can impact the world by ‘standing on the shoulders’ of mentors
By Edna Kane-Williams Contributing Writer When Jajuan Chain, a history major at Morehouse College in Atlanta, needed to interview someone for a class assignment, he reached out to 1960s civil rights icon ...
She has Black support, but can she keep it?
By Nigel Roberts Contributing Writer (Special from The Root and New America Media) – Black people turned out in droves to usher in the Obama era. Can Hillary Clinton ignite a similar ...
Does a dollar spent in the Black community really stay for only six hours?
Editor’s Note: The following article by Truthbetold.news reveals how an unfounded, unproven and apparently false statistic pertaining to spending by Black consumers with Black-owned businesses has been circulating ...
African leaders to press fight for representation at the United Nations
(Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from Global Information Network) — The present composition of the United Nations is a thorn in the side of some African leaders who ...

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