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Obama to Focus on Civil Rights Struggles Past and Present
President plans a speech for Saturday in Selma....


DHS Funding Chaos Highlights Republican Discord
The Homeland Security Department is in danger of shutting down....


Maryland College Cancels Black History Event Over Speaker's Views on LGBT Rights, HIV
Umar Johnson has made some questionable comments about HIV and the LGBT community....


The New Civil Rights Movement: Has the Momentum Died?
Young activists discuss the next phase of their movement....


Zimbabwe's Mugabe to Celebrate 91st Birthday
The African leader reportedly had a lavish birthday party in the resort town of Victoria Falls....


Zimbabwe's White Farmers Face Threats of New Evictions
There are reportedly fewer than 300 white farmers out of the original total of 4,500....


Larry Wilmore Debates Campaign Finance, Money in Politics
The Nightly Show host asks panel, "Who controls the message?"...


Commentary: Why Larry Wilmore Rocks
The Nightly Show host will #KeepIt100, even if you don't like what he has to say....


Malia Obama Rocks Pro Era T-Shirt
The first daughter shows support for Joey Bada$$'s crew....


Haiti Takes More Steps to End Political Standoff
Under pressure from an independent commission created President Michel Martelly, Prime Minister Lau...


Cuba Signals That Extradition of US Fugitives Off the Table
Cuba's point person on U.S. relations says anything is up for discussion as the two countries move ...


House Majority Whip Under Fire for 2002 Speech to White Supremacist Group
Rep. Steve Scalise says he was unaware of the group's leanings....


The Obamas Talk About Their Experiences With Racism
The president and first lady discuss their brushes with racism in People magazine....


See Muhammad Ali Get Political in New Documentary
We have a sneak peek at I Am Ali....


This Day in Black History: Nov. 3, 1983
Jesse Jackson announced that he would run for president of the United States on Nov. 3, 1983....


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...


Pharrell Chats About Race, Politics and Fashion as GQ 's Cover Guy
He explains the story behind the Vivienne Westwood hat and whether he regrets his trucker hat phase...


Did Christie Knock Carl Lewis Off the Political Track?
Carl Lewis accuses New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie of trying to intimidate him out of running for of...


Commentary: Charles Ramsey and the Racial Politics of Respectability
Charles Ramsey may not fit our sanitized version of the contemporary Black hero, but he is a true A...


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

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