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Saturday, December 20th, 2014

About Nick Chiles

Nick Chiles, Editor-in-Chief of AtlantaBlackStar, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author. He has written or co-written 13 books and won over a dozen major journalism awards during a journalism career that brought him to the Dallas Morning News, the Star-Ledger of New Jersey and New York Newsday, in addition to serving as Editor-in-Chief of Odyssey Couleur travel magazine.

White Older Girlfriend of Lennon Lacy Says She Believes He Was Lynched by Racists in NC Because of Their Relationship

White Older Girlfriend of Lennon Lacy Says She Believes He Was Lynched by Racists in NC Because of Their Relationship

Researchers in Dallas Develop Program That Appears to Lift Academic Performance of Poor Students

Researchers in Dallas Develop Program That Appears to Lift Academic Performance of Poor Students

11 Shocking Events From the Biggest Slave Sale in American History, Called ‘The Weeping Time’

11 Shocking Events From the Biggest Slave Sale in American History, Called ‘The Weeping Time’

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10 Examples of How America Uses Prisons As a White Jobs Program and Profit Center

10 Examples of How America Uses Prisons As a White Jobs Program and Profit Center

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After Taking on Whirlpool Corp., Black Activist in Small Michigan Town Set to Serve Jail Time for A Minor Offense

After Taking on Whirlpool Corp., Black Activist in Small Michigan Town Set to Serve Jail Time for A Minor Offense

After US and Cuba Announce Normalized Relations, Law Enforcement Officials Eager to Bring Assata Shakur Back to US

After US and Cuba Announce Normalized Relations, Law Enforcement Officials Eager to Bring Assata Shakur Back to US

Holder Says Distrust Between Police and Black Community Means Nation Has ‘Failed’

Holder Says Distrust Between Police and Black Community Means Nation Has ‘Failed’

Obama and Castro Announce U.S. and Cuba To Resume Diplomatic Relations for 1st Time in More Than Half Century

Obama and Castro Announce U.S. and Cuba To Resume Diplomatic Relations for 1st Time in More Than Half Century

9 Priceless Secrets Discovered About the Brilliant World of Ancient Nubia

9 Priceless Secrets Discovered About the Brilliant World of Ancient Nubia

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10 Fascinating Things About Slavery in New York City That You May Not Know

10 Fascinating Things About Slavery in New York City That You May Not Know

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After Racist Emails from Sony Execs, Black Media Association Threatens Sony With Boycott

After Racist Emails from Sony Execs, Black Media Association Threatens Sony With Boycott

Supreme Court Gives Police More Power to Pull Over Individuals, Even If Police Get the Law Wrong

Supreme Court Gives Police More Power to Pull Over Individuals, Even If Police Get the Law Wrong

Noam Chomsky Offers Devastating Breakdown of History of American Racism and the Criminalization of Black People

Noam Chomsky Offers Devastating Breakdown of History of American Racism and the Criminalization of Black People

9 Decisions That Obliterated Our Confidence in the American Legal System

9 Decisions That Obliterated Our Confidence in the American Legal System

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FBI Investigating Death of Lennon Lacy, 17, in NC After Local Authorities Rule His Hanging Death a Suicide

FBI Investigating Death of Lennon Lacy, 17, in NC After Local Authorities Rule His Hanging Death a Suicide

Thousands Gather at Capitol in DC to Hear From Grieving Parents of Slain Black Males

Thousands Gather at Capitol in DC to Hear From Grieving Parents of Slain Black Males

Walking Out The House: Congressional Members, Staffers Raise Hands and Stage Protest in Front of Capitol

Walking Out The House: Congressional Members, Staffers Raise Hands and Stage Protest in Front of Capitol

8 Ways the Incarceration of Black Males Is the New Jim Crow

8 Ways the Incarceration of Black Males Is the New Jim Crow

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With Dearth of Quality Preschools in Black Community, $1B Preschool Investment Announced by Obama Could Be Big Help

With Dearth of Quality Preschools in Black Community, $1B Preschool Investment Announced by Obama Could Be Big Help

United Nations Aims to Reduce Racism Across the Globe During ‘International Decade of People of African Descent’

United Nations Aims to Reduce Racism Across the Globe During ‘International Decade of People of African Descent’

Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser, Reveals His Own Experiences with Racism, Even in Recent Months

Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser, Reveals His Own Experiences with Racism, Even in Recent Months