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South Africa’s African National Congress Celebrates 100 Years
South Africa is gearing up for the 100-year birthday bash of its beloved African National Congress ...


This Day in Black History: July 18, 1918
Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid activist and president of South Africa, was born on this day in 1918...


Library of Congress to Display Video Archive on Black Legacy
The HistoryMakers is the single largest archival collection of its kind in the world....


Black Unemployment Fell to 11.6 Percent in April
The Black unemployment rate for April was 11.6 percent and the overall unemployment rate was 6.3 pe...


South Africa Ruling Party Leads in Election Count
South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress, held a wide lead over its main oppositi...


South Africa to Vote Next Week
Twenty years after their nation's first all-race presidential vote, South Africans will head to the...


This Day in Black History: April 8, 1960
The African National Congress was banned in South African on April 8, 1960....


South Africa: Mandela in Good Spirits
South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) reassured the public that 94-year-old anti-ap...


Battle to Become Head of African National Congress Divides South Africans
Posted Dec. 19, 2007 – In what international observers say has been the most divisive election ever...


Congress Honors Black Marines
Nearly 70 years after the Marines of Montford Point became the first African-Americans in the Corps...


This Day in Black History: Feb. 19, 1919
First Pan-African Congress is held in Paris....


Commentary: The March We Need to Revive the Spirit of 1963
Much has changed since the 1963 March on Washington, but what remains unchanged is the need for vig...


Commentary: Conservatives, African-Americans and the Blame Game
Like other conservatives, George Will says that the problems of African-American are self-inflicted...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 7, 1972
Barbara Jordan and Andrew Young were elected to Congress on Nov. 7, 1972, becoming the first Blacks...


Brown and Garner Families Seek Help From Congress
The families are calling for swifter justice....


Capitol Hill Staffers Stage Walkout to Protest Garner, Brown Grand Juries
Staffers and lawmakers show solidarity with families and protesters....


SAfrica president slams ruling party's youth wing
SAfrica president slams ruling party's youth wing...


South African Candidate Rewrites Her Party's Race Story
Lindiwe Mazibuko was chosen as parliamentary leader of the nation's leading historically white poli...


Commentary: The Affordable Care Act Is Upheld, But the Battle Is Not Over
Today, we witnessed one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court rulings in decades: In a 5-4 vote,...


Congress Considers Honor for First Black Marines
Nearly 70 years after they braved the twin ills of racism and segregation to serve their country, t...

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