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This Day in Black History: July 20, 1967
The first national Black Power conference opened in Newark, New Jersey, on July 20, 1967....


NAACP Convention to Tackle New Voting Laws
This year's NAACP national convention is focusing on voter participation and the civil rights organ...


Making the Most of African-American Consumer Power
At the Leading Women Defined conference, media professionals discuss Black buying power....


Political Power Defined: Vote and Be Counted
CBC Chairwoman Marcia Fudge and the Advancement Project's Judith Browne Dianis discuss voting right...


Commentary: Big Ten Proves It’s Hardly ‘Power Five’ Worthy
Plodding, inept play pushes the conference into the lower tier of teams with hopes of a national ti...


Floyd Mayweather Talks Punching Power of Maidana, Pacquiao
Money says one has knockout ability, the other no pop left....


Annual Black Legislative Conference Will Focus on Jobs
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 41st Annual Legislative Conference begins Wednesday in ...


Congressional Black Caucus Alarmed By States’ Voter Suppression Efforts
The Congressional Black Caucus is calling on the Justice Department to investigate what they believ...


Commentary: Power 5 Throws Chump Change at Student-Athletes
Decision to expand benefits shouldn’t end debate about paying players....


For Obama, Pitfalls and Power in Addressing Race
President Obama has to balance race relations with his own race....


Praise Be the Ballot Box: CBC Launches Freedom Sundays to Turn Out Voters
African-American voters will be key players in several Democratic races....


BET's Leading Women Defined Conference Gives Back
Summit focuses on leveraging the strength of Black women to make an impact....


NAN’s Power Panel
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder addresses youth violence and education at NAN's annual conference...


Tavis Smiley Ends "State of the Black Union"
Tavis Smiley Ends "State of the Black Union"...


Update: Jay Z Launches TIDAL With a Team of Powerful Co-Owners
Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna and more partner with Hov to introduce the music streaming service....


Police Shooting Forces Discussion of Madison's Racial Divide
Some residents argue that the Wisconsin city focuses on its progressive history while overlooking i...


The International AIDS Conference Kicks Off in Washington, D.C.
The 2012 International AIDS Conference brings together more than 20,000 researchers and advocates t...


Power to the She: African Women Power Network Founder Talks Business
Founder of the African Women Power Network Mary Olushoga talks to BET.com about supporting Africa's...


Mandela Chose to Quit, While Mugabe Stays Put
Former South African president Nelson Mandela and Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe shared similar...


Black Ministers Engage in Lively Same-Sex Marriage Debate
Clergy remain sharply divided over same-sex unions....

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