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By A. Peter Bailey TriceEdney Wire It is very revealing and very disturbing witnessing how the overwhelming majority of Black folks have adopted a hear-no-evil, see-no-evil, speak-no-evil reaction to the Obama Administration’s significant and overt expansion of U.S. military adventures into Africa. They can’t truthfully say they are unaware of what’s going on. This...

By Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist As Black America continues to struggle with high unemployment rates, a new research report by Demos, a public policy...

By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist       On March 4 Oberlin College in Ohio, which has always had an outsized role in the history of Black higher education, cancelled classes for a day and instead held a “Day of Solidarity” in response to a month-long series of hate speech being scrawled on various buildings, doors, and posters throughout the campus.      ...

By Dedrick Muhammad TriceEdney Wire        Bloomberg Businessweek magazine has released its latest issue to much-deserved uproar and outrage. On its cover, the magazine featured Jim Crow-esque caricatures that portrayed people of color as money hungry and implicitly suggested that they will cause a future housing bubble. Unfortunately, this offensive image is only...

By Hazel Trice Edney TriceEdney Wire       The NAACP views it as “lynching’s cousin”. In a nutshell, that’s the reason that NAACP President/CEO...

By Zenitha Prince Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the Afro American Newspaper       (TriceEdney Wire) – The Congressional Black Caucus...

By Cathy Cohen and Jon C. Rogowski Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from America’s Wire       (TriceEdney Wire) – In a democracy, few...

                Last week, Amazon removed Ghettopoly, a racially insensitive board game modeled after Hasbro’s popular board game Monopoly,...

Ezell’s Famous Chicken, family-owned and operated since 1984, is now offering franchise opportunities for well-qualified individuals or multi-unit candidates....

     In anticipation of an $18 million budget shortfall for the 2013-14 school year and with State legislative funding relief uncertain, Seattle Public Schools announced that it is implementing a non-critical hiring and spending freeze until further notice.       This freeze is expected to save at least $2.5 million, which can be carried over to assist in building...

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