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T.I., Big Boi, Killer Mike Testify Before the Supreme Court
Hip hop stars step up to defend case involving Mississippi high school student....


Hundreds Protest Pharrell Concert in South Africa
Pro-Palestine demonstrators slam Skateboard P over Woolworths collaboration....


Nigeria's Award-Winning Food Security
To many it may seem like an insurmountable issue, but for Akinwumi Adesina, Nigeria’s agriculture m...


Commentary: Will Obama’s Food Security Program Usher in a New Colonialism?
The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition has gained many opponents, namely food rights acti...


You Tried It: Mom Calls Out Textbook Publisher for Inaccurate Passage About Slavery
McGraw-Hill tells a different story about slavery in America....


Education Secretary Arne Duncan Steps Down After 7-Year Term
Cabinet member one of the longest-serving members of Obama's admin....


Son of Glory Foods Founder Speaks on Dad’s Legacy in African-American Cuisine
Bill Williams Jr., son of the late founder of Glory Foods, shares father’s legacy in African-Americ...


Does the White House Understand the Value of an HBCU Education?
Congressional Black Caucus members say HBCUs need more support....


First Lady Asks Kids to Step Up for Healthy Lunch Challenge
First Lady Michelle Obama's annual healthy recipe challenge is on!...


Young African Leaders Create Innovative Business Ideas for Obama Fellowship
This past six weeks, 25 African leaders, ages 25 to 35, studied at Clark Atlanta University and dev...


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....


Shirley Sherrod Returns to the USDA to Help Black Farmers
Shirley Sherrod announced Saturday that she is going to be an Agriculture contract employee tasked ...


Groups Seek Black Farming Renaissance
The African-American Farmers of California and other Black organizations around the country are lau...


Chicago Teen Leads Way to Colon Cancer Cure
Kevin Stonewall's desire to find a cure started in 9th grade....


Father and Son Graduate From FAMU Together
Sherwood Brown and Brown Jr. graduated from FAMU together on May 3....


Black Farmers Still Waiting for Money From $1.2 Billion Settlement
Black farmers have still not been paid $1.2 billion in settlement money for decades of discriminati...


This Day in Black History: May 7, 1943
On May 7, 1943, the SS George Washington Carver was launched....


A Crusading Journalist Who Won’t Stop, Even After Prison
Rodney Sieh, the publisher of Front Page Africa, is this country’s best-known investigator into gov...


Obama Pushes for Income Equality in Struggling DC Neighborhood
President Obama calls for steps to restore upward economic mobility....


New Rules Aim to Rid Schools of Junk Food
Healthier pizzas, low-fat burgers and yogurt will be offered to kids instead....

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