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New Tax Bill Throws Meat to Corporations and Wealthy, a Bone to Most Blacks

Anyone committed to narrowing the huge economic gulf separating this country’s haves and have-nots probably views Dec. 22, 2017, as a date that will live in infamy. That’s the Friday when President Donald Trump signed the...
Puerto Rico

Will African-Americans and Puerto Ricans Work Together to Change the Political Landscape In Florida?

More than 100,000 Puerto Ricans have departed Puerto Rico for Florida after two monstrous Atlantic hurricanes struck their beleaguered Caribbean island during hurricane season. On Sept. 6, 2017, Hurricane Irma left 1 million Puerto Rican...
Donna Brazile

Exclusive: Donna Brazile Said the Clinton Campaign Treated Her Like `Patsy the Slave.’

Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile recently traveled to Miami to promote her new bestselling book “Hacks” which, among other things, claims Brazile was treated dismissively by the people in charge of Hillary...

The Daughter of the First African-American to Build a Billion-Dollar Company Is Creating Opportunities...

The phrase "There’s an app for that!" touches many facets of modern life, to include transportation, finance, communications and entertainment. Apps, or computer applications, typically flow from the fertile minds of young, white male...

Should All Slave Holder Monuments Be Treated Equally and Removed?

In the wake of Charlottesville, President Donald Trump lobbed a provocative proposition: When it comes to our nation’s slaveholding legacy, should monuments to Founding Father slaveholders also be toppled, along with displays honoring Confederate...

Is Gentrification On Whole Foods’ Shopping List?

Think oil and water. Lions lying down with lambs. Whole Foods Markets, Inc., opening an 18,000-foot store in the predominantly Black, low-income Englewood section of Chicago. That last incongruous pairing became a reality in September,...

David Beckham, Miami Officials Dump Soccer Stadium In Black Community After Affluent Areas Say...

In the 1960s, white Miami officials shattered a legendary Black enclave known as Overtown by building elevated expressways through it. Half a century later, here come city fathers with a new affront: A 25,000-seat soccer stadium Overtown residents say will deliver plenty of noise...

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