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Former U.S. Rep Allen West By Zenitha Prince Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Afro American Newspaper (TriceEdney Wire) – Comedian-activist Bill Cosby is often the outspoken “uncle” whose sometimes-provocative comments, usually on Black parenting, are hotly debated, but eventually forgiven. But...

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St. Paul’s College WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Saint Paul’s College, a historically Black college founded in 1888 in partnership with the Episcopal Church,...

Steve Hawkins (Baltimore) — NAACP Executive Vice President and Chief of Programs Steven W. Hawkins has been selected to take the helm of Amnesty...

James Clingman WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Members of the Black middle class are more optimistic about their finances than they were a year ago, according to...

Sarah Pritchett  On Tuesday, Seattle Public Schools Superintendent José Banda announced that Sarah Pritchett, principal of McClure Middle School, had...

    On Monday, Verlene Jones, Labor and Industries Representative with the Seattle-King County Branch of the NAACP (NAACP-SKCB), along with other activist...

By Francie Fitzpatrick Special to The Seattle Medium When Michael E. Wiley, Sr. found out his kidneys were failing in 2000, he knew he needed to make...

On Monday, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed the Job Assistance Bill, legislation to increase public safety and reduce criminal recidivism by providing job assistance to individuals with previous criminal records. “The data resoundingly confirms when employment rates increase, crime decreases,” said City Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair of the Public Safety,...

On Monday, Seattle Districts Now, an activist group proposing to elect Seattle City Council members using a mixed district/at-large system, submitted petitions containing 46,633 signatures to the Seattle City Clerk.       The Seattle Districts Now proposal would replace the current at-large City Council voting with a system of 7 representatives elected by geographic...

OLYMPIA  — Borrowers who submitted a valid foreclosure payment claim through the National Mortgage Settlement will receive a check this month for approximately $1,480, much higher than the amount of $840 first announced. Eligible borrowers had their mortgage serviced by one of the settlement’s five participating mortgage servicers, lost their home to foreclosure between...

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