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Bill Cosby found guilty on all counts in sexual assult trial

Reports indicate the actor/comedian Bill Cosby has been found guilty in his sexual assault trial.

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Saheed Vassell laid to rest

Police shooting victim Saheed Vassell was laid to rest April 20 and April 21, 2018, at Saint Anthony Baptist Church in Brooklyn.

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Hunter College partners with The New York State Mentoring Program

Recently, Hunter College announced a new partnership with The New York State Mentoring Program, which provides Hunter College undergraduates the opportunity to mentor students at P.S. 7, the Samuel Stern School.

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Annual NAN convention wraps up with action plan

The Rev. Al Sharpton and National Action Network convened their annual national convention at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel last week.

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Mid-Manhattan NAACP branch celebrates Women’s History Month

The Mid-Manhattan branch of the NAACP hosted their annual Women’s History Month celebration at Canaan Baptist Church of Christ in Harlem April 12.

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National Action Network hosting fee financial education workshop for women

The National Action Network is hosting a free financial education workshop Saturday, April 28, at noon at the House of Justice, 106 W. 145th St. in Harlem.

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City council grills new NYCHA general manager on housing issues

A housing hearing was packed inside city hall Tuesday as council members got another chance to question management at the New York City Housing Authority.

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Club owner apologizes after calling police on Black women golfers

Five Black women out for a round of golf at a club in the midst of what some describe as “Trump country,” claim they were discriminated against by White members of the club for allegedly playing “too slow.”

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Meek Mill released from prison

After months of incarceration, Meek Mill is now a free man. TMZ released an image of Kevin Hart going to the prison to meet him at his release.

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Biracial Harvard-bound student responds to GOP official who questioned his qualifications

Drake Johnson, who is both a cheerleader for the Cali Black Ops and a senior at Marina High School, tweeted some great news last week: he was accepted to Harvard University.

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