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The question Black conservatives always avoid

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist Like everyone else, I am processing the November election results. I will write more about that later, but there

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When we were kings

By Edmund W. Lewis Editor Almost every day we read or hear about something that attests to the historical greatness and significance of Africa. And

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A vaccine shot in time saves nine
By Fr. Jerome LeDoux Contributing Columnist Although I had heard of the terrible itching and oft extreme pain associated with shingles, it has been less than a year since I saw photos ...
Democratic leaders can’t blame us
By Dr. E. Faye Williams TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist When all of the analyses of the 2014 midterm elections are completed and blame for this political disaster is laid at the feet ...
Blacks need to hold Obama accountable
By Cleo Manago NNPA Guest Columnist To explain the very low turn-out of Black (and Brown) people or Democrats during recent elections, President Barack Obama said,”..[Black people, etc.] have this congenital ...
The former Confederate states regain positioning
By A. Peter Bailey TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist My reaction to the election of Republicans’ Mia Love of Utah as the first female Black Republican ever elected to the House of ...
Ebola tracks outbreak of HIV/AIDS pandemic
By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist A high school friend of my wife was one of the earliest victims of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. He was a flight attendant, who was stricken and ...
Turned down for what?
By Edmund W. Lewis Editor In this political season of name-calling, race-baiting and fact-fudging, it would be easy to get frustrated and just shut down. But shutting down or even turning down ...
Watching the elections from abroad
By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist JERUSALEM — On Election Night, I usually stay awake as long as my eyelids are willing to cooperate. But this year was different. Instead of alternating ...
Justice for Native Americans
By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist There was a time when Black people were bombarded with offensive names that others knew were offensive, but use of the words continued. ...

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