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Viewpoint: The Angel and The Lawman

31-08-2015 Hits:154 Commentary Super User

Viewpoint: The Angel and The Lawman

By Dennis Edwards Editorial Columnist New Journal and Guide   One of the many things I love about the church I attend is how, after each service, the bookstore serves fresh popped popcorn. It’s a kind of triple religious experience. The Lord speaks into life and living through our Pastor, we are blessed in worship and there’s a fresh box of popcorn waiting there...

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Farrakhan Calls On Black Press To Inform On Oct. 10 Rally In D.C.

27-08-2015 Hits:398 National News Super User

Farrakhan Calls On Black Press To Inform On Oct. 10 Rally In D.C.

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Plans are underway to observe the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March (MMM)  on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on  October 10, 2015. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam (NOI) which organized the event two decades ago, has been touring the nation talking to local organizing...

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Theatre Director Prepares For NSU’s 2015 Season

27-08-2015 Hits:199 Local News Super User

Theatre Director Prepares  For NSU’s 2015 Season

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   An encore seems inconceivable since Anthony M. Stockard made history last year as the new director of the Norfolk State University Theatre. Still, Stockard is back at his fast-paced drawing board anticipating another round of applause. There he is not only putting the finishing touches on an ambitious 2015-16 season that will include a total...

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AME Church Leaders Distribute Plan Calling For Heightened Security

27-08-2015 Hits:156 Local News Super User

AME Church Leaders Distribute Plan Calling For Heightened Security

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Weeks after a lone gunman killed nine in a Charleston church, AME leaders have distributed a document tiled, 12 Considerations for Congregational Security. Prayer was the chief tip. But the document also calls for creating a security plan and team, improving communication, developing relationships with local law enforcement and securing and monitoring the church’s entrance...

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Civil Rights Group Alleges Councilman’s Gain From City Contract Was Improper

27-08-2015 Hits:531 Local News Super User

Civil Rights Group Alleges  Councilman’s Gain From City Contract Was Improper

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   A local civil rights group that is leading the fight to have Norfolk City Council remove a Confederate monument from city-owned property in downtown Norfolk is also charging a conflict of interest against one of its council members and other city officials in the awarding of a city contract.

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President Obama To Observe Katrina’s 10th Anniversary In New Orleans

27-08-2015 Hits:351 National News Super User

 President Obama To  Observe Katrina’s 10th Anniversary  In New Orleans

By Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper   Almost 10 years ago, the world watched as the waters of the Gulf of Mexico – urged on by the pummeling winds of Hurricane Katrina – swallowed the city of New Orleans, and wreaked havoc all up and down the coast.

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NYPD Hopes New Policing Strategy Builds Trust

27-08-2015 Hits:576 National News Super User

NYPD Hopes New Policing Strategy Builds Trust

By Tony Best Special to the NNPA from the New York Carib News   As New York City’s police chief William Bratton launches his new community policing strategy designed to boost relationships with neighborhoods, the NYPD’s top brass is reaching out to the Caribbean community for support and feedback about an initiative that aims to build trust in the force.

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HBCU: FAMU Struggles With Administration Feud

27-08-2015 Hits:155 Black College News Super User

HBCU: FAMU Struggles With Administration Feud

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   A new issue has surfaced at Florida A&M University although the university aimed to turn the page after closing the hazing death scandal. This time, there is a feud between FAMU President Elmira Mangum and Board Chair Rufus Montgomery. In fact, it has tumbled onto the front pages. One recent photo showed a prominent group...

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Trailblazing Civil Rights Movement leader Amelia Boynton Robinson dies at 104

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Trailblazing Civil Rights Movement leader Amelia Boynton Robinson dies at 104

On Wednesday, America lost a key figure in the Civil Rights Movement, Amelia Boynton Robinson. Robinson passed away at the age of 104. She is known for a horrific photo that spread around the world. Robinson was beaten unconscious and the photo shows her lying on the Edmund Pettus Bridge during a march that rightfully earned the name, Bloody Sunday. Robinson helped to...

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In Virginia: Court May Decide Redistricting

27-08-2015 Hits:185 Local News Super User

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   With the State Senate’s abrupt adjourning of the first day of a special legislative session, the General Assembly found itself disabled in complying  with a court order to redraw the state’s  Congressional districts because they violated the voting rights of Black voters.

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Viewpoint: The Angel and The Lawman

in Commentary
By Dennis Edwards Editorial Columnist New Journal and Guide One of the many things I love about the church I attend is how, after each service, the bookstore serves fresh popped popcorn. It’s a kind of triple religious experience. The Lord speaks into life and living through our Pastor, we are blessed in worship and there’s a fresh box of popcorn waiting there just for me. God and popcorn, two of…

Farrakhan Calls On Black Press To Inform On Oct. 10 Rally In D.C.

in National News
By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide Plans are underway to observe the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March (MMM) on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on October 10, 2015. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam (NOI) which organized the event two decades ago, has been touring the nation talking to local organizing committees (LOCs)…

Theatre Director Prepares For NSU’s 2015 Season

in Local News
By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide An encore seems inconceivable since Anthony M. Stockard made history last year as the new director of the Norfolk State University Theatre. Still, Stockard is back at his fast-paced drawing board anticipating another round of applause. There he is not only putting the finishing touches on an ambitious 2015-16 season that will include a…

AME Church Leaders Distribute Plan Calling For Heightened Security

in Local News
By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide Weeks after a lone gunman killed nine in a Charleston church, AME leaders have distributed a document tiled, 12 Considerations for Congregational Security. Prayer was the chief tip. But the document also calls for creating a security plan and team, improving communication, developing relationships with local law enforcement and securing and…

Civil Rights Group Alleges Councilman’s Gain From City Contract Was Improper

in Local News
By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide A local civil rights group that is leading the fight to have Norfolk City Council remove a Confederate monument from city-owned property in downtown Norfolk is also charging a conflict of interest against one of its council members and other city officials in the awarding of a city contract.

President Obama To Observe Katrina’s 10th Anniversary In New Orleans

in National News
By Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper Almost 10 years ago, the world watched as the waters of the Gulf of Mexico – urged on by the pummeling winds of Hurricane Katrina – swallowed the city of New Orleans, and wreaked havoc all up and down the coast.

NYPD Hopes New Policing Strategy Builds Trust

in National News
By Tony Best Special to the NNPA from the New York Carib News As New York City’s police chief William Bratton launches his new community policing strategy designed to boost relationships with neighborhoods, the NYPD’s top brass is reaching out to the Caribbean community for support and feedback about an initiative that aims to build trust in the force.

HBCU: FAMU Struggles With Administration Feud

in Black College News
By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide A new issue has surfaced at Florida A&M University although the university aimed to turn the page after closing the hazing death scandal. This time, there is a feud between FAMU President Elmira Mangum and Board Chair Rufus Montgomery. In fact, it has tumbled onto the front pages. One recent photo showed a prominent group of elected…

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