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Malcolm Bernard HBCU Fair touring New Jersey

The Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week is holding fairs in New Jersey Nov. 11-16 at five locations.

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Weekly protest in Newark honors Colin Kaepernick

Social justice organization the People’s Organization for Progress honored Colin Kaepernick during their weekly Justice Monday rally against police brutality in Newark.

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Malcolm Bernard HBCU Fair touring New Jersey

The Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week is holding fairs in New Jersey Nov. 11-16 at five locations.

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A Black man's emotional recovery from 9/11

Frederick Myers plans to spend this September 11 in solitude.

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Boston’s Ayanna Pressley heads to Congress in historic win

Viral video of Black Boston City Council Member Ayanna Pressley in shock after being elected the Democratic nominee for Massachusetts’ 7th Congressional District continues to make its rounds on social media.

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Black woman receives death threats after recording racist white woman at NJ gift shop

A white female employee at Jenkinson’s Aquarium gift shop in Point Pleasant Beach is out of the job after a video surfaced of her kicking out a group of young Black girls.

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Queen Latifah to host 2018 Black Girls Rock! in Newark

Actress, rapper and singer Queen Latifah is set to come to her hometown of Newark to host the 2018 Black Girl Rock! celebration Aug. 26 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

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Black Baltimore police officer resigns over assault video

Former Baltimore police officer Arthur Williams resigned and has been charged with felony assault after he was caught on video beating a man he stopped on the street while on patrol.

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Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin dies at age 76

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, died Thursday according to reports after battling with illness. She was 76.

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Children Aged 10 to 13 Urged to Get IDNYC Cards

More youth can enroll in the IDNYC program because the age of eligibility is being reduced from 14 years of age to 10.

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