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Revised credit regs will aid students obtain college loans

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Revised credit regs will aid students obtain college loans

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Several groups are applauding new regulations that will make more students eligible for the PLUS Loan. The United Negro College...

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Get-Out-The-Vote Activities Gear Up For Nov. 4 Election

Local News

Get-Out-The-Vote Activities Gear Up For Nov. 4 Election

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The 2014 Midterm Election on November 4  is shaping up to be one of the most crucial and...

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Funeral home patriarch turns 90; Family business marks 60 years

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Funeral home patriarch turns 90; Family business marks 60 years

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Thomas Graves Jr. can show you better than he can tell you how the funeral business has changed since...

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Drug Courts Offer Second Chance

Local News

Drug Courts Offer Second Chance

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Normally Judge Junius P. Fulton, III is presiding over trials involving serious murder, theft or deception, in his...

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A ‘Fight For Survival’: Male Breast Cancer Awareness

Prevention

  By Mary L. Datcher Special to the NNPA from The Windy City Word   CHICAGO (NNPA)  When you hear the name Twone Gabz, many of us are not familiar with...

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Blacks, not Hispanics, Key to Election Victory

National Commentary

  By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist   Although Latinos are growing at a faster rate than any other ethnic group in the United States, they will have less...

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Revised credit regs will aid students obtain college loans

Local News

Revised credit regs will aid students obtain college loans

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Several groups are applauding new regulations that will make more students eligible for the PLUS Loan. The United...

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Get-Out-The-Vote Activities Gear Up For Nov. 4 Election

Local News

Get-Out-The-Vote Activities Gear Up For Nov. 4 Election

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The 2014 Midterm Election on November 4  is shaping up to be one of the most crucial and expensive in decades, ...

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Funeral home patriarch turns 90; Family business marks 60 years

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Funeral home patriarch turns 90; Family business marks 60 years

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Thomas Graves Jr. can show you better than he can tell you how the funeral business has changed since he and his wife...

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Drug Courts Offer Second Chance

Local News

Drug Courts Offer Second Chance

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Normally Judge Junius P. Fulton, III is presiding over trials involving serious murder, theft or deception, in his c...

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Bridge Corner : October 30, 2014

Arts and Culture

Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. North (N) is Dealer. What should the contract be?  

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Social and Civic Whirl: Norfolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Presented a Red Carpet Event: A Night In Motown

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: Norfolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Presented a Red Carpet Event:  A Night In Motown

  In an article submitted, to me, by the Arts and Letters Committee of the Norfolk Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the sorority spent a wonderful evening enjoying a TRIB...

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Seatack Community Civic League Hosts Image Awards Gala

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Seatack Community  Civic League Hosts  Image Awards Gala

VIRGINIA BEACH The Seatack Community Civic League held its 2014 Seatack Image Award Black-tie Dinner and Gala, on October 25, 2014 at the Virginia Beach Resort Hotel and Conference Center. The ...

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Mrs. Cora Freeman Celebrates 93 years

Your Community

Mrs. Cora Freeman Celebrates 93 years

By Julius E. McCullough Special to the New Journal and Guide   On Thursday, September 18,  Mrs. Cora Elizabeth Lassiter Freeman celebrated her 93rd birthday.  A very...

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In Norfolk, Portsmouth Local Races To Watch, Nov. 4

Local News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   On November 4, Virginians will go to the polls to cast their votes in the midterm elections for  can...

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State’s procurement policies still slack for minority, women-owned businesses

Local News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Last July,  Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed Executive Order 20, requiring that state agencies award 42 p...

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Judge Jackson announces her retirement

Local News

  NORFOLK Judge Gwendolyn Jones Jackson announced recently her retirement after 24 years from the Norfolk, Virginia General District Court. Judge Jackson, the first African-American&nb...

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‘Be Silent No More’ Forum At NSU Discusses Abuse

Local News

  By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Tiffany “Joi” Lawson released the song, titled “Numb,” about six months after her abusive boyfriend beat, ...

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Bridge Corner : October 23, 2014

Arts and Culture

  CONGRATULATIONS  Leon C. Ragland!!! For the years 2015 and 2016, Mr. Ragland is the elected Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Section of the American Bridge Association (ABA). The ...

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Oct. 23-26: Musical Tribute to Whitney New NSU Theatre Director On Duty

Local News

    By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Dr. Anthony Stockard, the new theatre director at Norfolk State University, is putting the fini...

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Huntington Middle Celebrates New Fitness Center

Your Community

  By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   NEWPORT NEWS Huntington Middle School in Newport News was the recipient of a new $100,...

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South African Judge Visits Norfolk

Your Community

  HAMPTON ROADS The World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads (WACGHR) coordinated a luncheon/discussion with the Honorable Leona V. Theron, a Judge of South Africa’s Supreme Cour...

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Chesapeake Girl Scout Receives Highest Award

Your Community

  Natazzja Day, daughter of Tonia Barnard Day and Haywood Day of Chesapeake, has earned the competitive Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor and achievement in Girl Scouting, according...

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Social and Civi Whirl: NASPAAM Membership Breakfast

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civi Whirl: NASPAAM Membership Breakfast

  The Hampton Roads Chapter of the National Association for the Study and Performance of African-American Music (NASPAAM) formerly known as “The Black Music Caucus” held its first membersh...

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Third District ruling could result in more Dem. districts

Local News

Third District ruling could result in more Dem. districts

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the way Republican lawmakers drew up the boundaries of Virginia’s  ...

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Is Court’s Ruling Turning Point In Disguise For Blacks?

Local News

Is Court’s Ruling Turning Point In Disguise For Blacks?

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   The recent court ruling on Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District may not look like a fork in the road. But opport...

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“Electronic Giving” Comes To 2nd Calvary

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“Electronic Giving” Comes To 2nd Calvary

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Traditionally on Sunday morning,  at some point during the worship service,  church leaders will pass ...

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Indian River Middle School student awarded for anti-bullying efforts

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Indian River Middle School student  awarded for anti-bullying efforts

NORFOLK On Monday, October 6, 2014, Clara Huff received the Youth Crime Prevention Award at the 22nd Annual Crime Prevention Awards Ceremony, which was held at the Double Tree Hotel in Norfolk....

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Social and Civic Whirl: The Ivy Foundation of Hampton, Inc.

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: The Ivy Foundation of Hampton, Inc.

  One of the outstanding organizations on the peninsula is the Ivy Foundation of Hampton, Inc.  This 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable and educational organization was established in 20...

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1915-2014: Harvey N. Johnson, Jr.

Local News

1915-2014: Harvey N. Johnson, Jr.

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Life for Harvey N. Johnson, Jr. ended as he slept peacefully on September 19. His well-attended funeral was held on ...

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PPBA takes strides to transform 35th St. corridor

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PPBA takes strides to transform 35th St. corridor

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   For the past three decades the residents, civic and business leaders of Norfolk’s Park Place have been working to re...

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Norfolk Police Chief sets goals to recruit Black officers

Local News

Norfolk Police Chief sets goals to recruit Black officers

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   African-Americans represent 43 percent-plus Norfolk’s population, according to the latest Census, but only 16 percen...

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Bridge Corne: October 9, 2014

Arts and Culture

  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. In the following hands, count High Card Points (HCP-Ace = 4, King =3, Queen = 2, Jack = 1) and distributional points (void = 3, singleton ...

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Del. Spruill Hosts Annual Dinner

Local News

Del. Spruill Hosts Annual Dinner

CHESAPEAKE On October 6 at the Chesapeake Marriott, Delegate Lionell Spruill hosted his annual Political  Dinner featuring some  of the areas and states most power political figures.&...

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NSU To Host Teacher Training Event

Your Community

  NORFOLK Norfolk State University will host an annual training event for K-12 teachers who want to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). It will be held ...

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Social and Civic Whirl: 1954 I. C. Norcom High School Class Holds Reunion

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: 1954 I. C. Norcom High School Class Holds Reunion

  Of the 116 graduates, from both the February and June 1954 classes of I. C. Norcom, 72 are still living and over half of them came together to celebrate their 60th class reunion. From 2:...

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60s’ Civil Rights Activist To Keynote Hampton NAACP Banquet

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60s’ Civil Rights Activist To Keynote Hampton NAACP Banquet

HAMPTON The NAACP will celebrate its accomplishments and honor several lifetime members at its annual awards banquet on Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in the Hampton Roads Convention Center. The Rev. Dr...

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Franklin team keeps youth active with drumming lessons

Local News

Franklin team keeps youth active with drumming lessons

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Normally after Sunday church services at  Hickory Grove AME Church, instead of retreating home and turning on a...

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New naval commanding officer assumes leadership

Local News

New naval commanding  officer assumes leadership

NORFOLK On Sept. 16, Capt. Anthony L. Simmons relieved Cmdr. Curtis B. Calloway of duty as the commanding officer of the guided-missile destroyer USS James E. Williams (DDG 95). Simmons, wh...

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Bridge Corner : October 2, 2014

Arts and Culture

Bridge Corner : October 2, 2014

Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit (TBU). Leon C. Ragland, President of the Tidewater Bridge Unit, is a candidate for the Vice Presidency of the Mid-Atlantic Section (one of eight S...

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October 11 Open House To Introduce Dee-Dee Gee’s New CD

Arts and Culture

  HAMPTON ROADS Local media maven Delores “Dee-Dee” Gee will host a CD drop Open House for the release of her new CD titled Passionate Praises II, Saturday, October 11, from 1-4 p.m. a...

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Girl Scouts and ODU Women’s Center Host The State of Girls Forum

Local News

  NORFOLK Although girls in the United States have made substantial progress in the classroom and elsewhere, persistent disparities and challenges exist that could keep girls from achi...

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Oct. 4: 37th Annual Suffolk Peanut Fest Parade

Your Community

  SUFFOLK The Annual Suffolk Peanut Fest Parade will step off on Saturday, October 4,   at 10 a.m. in downtown Suffolk.  Beginning at South Broad Street and traveling down Wa...

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Social and Civic Whirl: East Suffolk High School Class of 1954 - 60 Years Later

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: East Suffolk High School Class of 1954 - 60 Years Later

  A grand time was had, on Saturday, September20, 2014 and on Sunday, September 21, 2014, by 20 members of the East Suffolk High School Class of 1954 their family members and friends. ...

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Norfolk Deltas Celebrate 85 Years

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Norfolk Deltas Celebrate 85 Years

Norfolk Delta Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. celebrated its 85th anniversary on Saturday Sept. 20 at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott. Attorney Elaine R. Jones delivered the keyn...

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Harvey N. Johnson Passes At Age 98

Local News

Harvey N. Johnson Passes At Age 98

PORTSMOUTH Harvey N. Johnson, Jr., 98, a prominent activist and educator resided in Portsmouth,  until he peacefully passed in his sleep on September 19, 2014.  Mr. Johnson was born i...

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National Headlines

Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

National Headlines

Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Columnist   WASHINGTON (NNPA) As the National Football League continues to grapple with its policies on domestic violence and sexual assault, Black women h...

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Greater Washington, DC Youth Issue Challenge To Prevent Dati…

National Headlines

  WASHINGTON Youth from the DC and Maryland area will challenge 1 million of their peers and adults to end dating violence at an event rally and discussion on October 16. The Boys ...

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Jordan Davis' Killer Gets Life

National Headlines

  By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr.    NNPA Columnist      Justice for 17-year-old Jordan Davis, who was murdered by Michael Dunn in Jacksonville...

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Ebola lands in Dallas; Deadly virus gives U.S. concern

National Headlines

  By Akwasi Evans Special to NNPA  from NOKOA News   AUSTIN, Texas (NNPA)  When Thomas Eric Duncan arrived in Dallas on a flight from his home country of...

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Part Two: What everyone should know about domestic violence

National Headlines

  GREENSBORO, N.C. People may stay in an abusive relationship for any number of reasons, and often there are more than one reason at play in any given situation. The reasons may includ...

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Obama To CBC: Let’s Finish the Unfinished Work

National Headlines

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief   WASHINGTON (NNPA) Though the U.S. has made tremendous progress since the passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, there is pl...

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Veteran reporter assumes helm as editor of Richmond Free Pr…

Statewide News

Veteran reporter assumes helm as editor of  Richmond Free Press

RICHMOND, VA The new managing editor of the Richmond Free Press is Bonnie V. Winston, a veteran journalist with 35 years of daily newspaper experience in Richmond, Boston and Norfolk.  ...

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Protest, fallout continues after August shooting

National Headlines

  By Cyril Josh Barker Special to the NNPA from the New York Amsterdam News   In the continuing aftermath of the shooting of unarmed, Black 18-year-old Michael Brown, seve...

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At Regional Jail Families complain of scabies infestation

Statewide News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Family members of a number of inmates incarcerated at the Western Tidewater Regional Jail (WTRJ)  sa...

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“Making of America”: Scholars and historians continue dialo…

Statewide News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   For the past three years, historians and scholars have met locally to discuss North American history from...

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Reinventing Schools: Boost learning and cut costs

National News

  WEST CHAPEL, FLa. Less than half of high school graduates who took the SAT in 2013 were prepared for college, continuing a five-year trend. Less than half – 44 percent – who took...

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East Coast Innovation Summit welcomes $75 million business p…

Business News

  By Rev. Glenda P. Murray-Kelly, (aka) gparis Special to the New Journal and Guide   Most have heard of Donald Trump, the American Investor; but in Virgini...

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Black Voters Key To Dem. Victory

Statewide News

Black Voters Key To Dem. Victory

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The November midterm elections will decide which of the two national political parties will control the U.S. Senate ...

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Ferguson, Mo. – NEA applauds Justice Department investigati…

National Headlines

  WASHINGTON The decision by the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a civil rights investigation into the police practices that led to the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. h...

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Two Signs To Highlight Lynchburg’s Black History

Statewide News

  RICHMOND, VA Two state historical markers issued by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources will be dedicated September 14 as part of the scheduled festivities during the 3rd A...

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Black lawyers to challenge Police brutality in 25 cities

National Headlines

Black lawyers to challenge  Police brutality in 25 cities

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent   WASHINGTON (NNPA)  In an effort to combat police brutality in the Black community, the National Bar Association (NB...

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– Ferguson, Missouri – Professor says violence rooted in ba…

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Recently Emory University Professor of Black History  Dr. Carol Anderson wrote an editorial she hope...

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America’s Oldest Black Church — Just Down The Road In Peters…

Statewide News

  By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   PETERSBURG, Va. The nation’s oldest African-American church, First Baptist, continues to age gracefull...

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Ferguson Police Not Alone In Scrutiny For Abuse, Violations

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide    Last weekend, members of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department began wearing body cameras  ...

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Back-To-School Minorities in STEM (Part 1)

National News

Back-To-School Minorities in STEM (Part 1)

By Jeremy Bamidele   In 2013, Forbes magazine published an article titled, “For Metros with Flourishing Economies, Tech Sector at Center of Job Growth,” the statement is as true then a...

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Back To School Decline Continues Among Whites Attending Nati…

National Headlines

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent   WASHINGTON (NNPA)—As the nation’s families head back to school, they may notice that for the first time, elementary and middle schoo...

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Alphas, Others Lend Support In Wake Of Teen’s Death In Mo.

National Headlines

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide    Random acts of kindness have come on the heels of the clash between police officers and residents in Ferguson...

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Cease Fire March Held in Newport News

National Headlines

Cease Fire March Held in Newport News

By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   NEWPORT NEWS—A “Cease Fire” march in honor of slain teen Michael Brown, who was shot by police in Fe...

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FERGUSON: Debate On Police Shooting Continues

National Headlines

FERGUSON: Debate On Police Shooting Continues

By Leonard E. Colvin   Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   One group which has been keeping a watchful and critical eye on activities stemming from the shootin...

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Ferguson, Missouri: National Focus On Militarized City

National Headlines

Ferguson, Missouri: National Focus On Militarized City

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   For  the second week the nation has been watching the civil unrest taking place in Ferguson, Missouri, almost t...

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Response To Unrest Exposes Trends On Deadly Police Force

National Headlines

Response To Unrest Exposes Trends On Deadly Police Force

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide    Several elected officials nationwide, including Virginia’s Third District Congressman Bobby Scott, have formall...

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Live Blog: Michael Brown laid to rest; thousands of mourners…

National Headlines

Michael Brown, an 18-year-old, unarmed man was shot down by police in the middle of the street in Ferguson, Missouri.   Citizens are demanding more answers and an arrest in the ca...

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Outrage Continues Over NY Chokehold Death

National Headlines

Outrage Continues Over NY Chokehold Death

By A.B. Nickerson Special to the NNPA from the New York Amsterdam News   When a white police officer kills an unarmed Black man, as it happened last week on Staten Island, you can ...

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Black Charity: Rooted In Self-Help

National Headlines

Black Charity: Rooted In Self-Help

(Compiled from news reports)   Talk to the head of almost any African-American nonprofit – churches included – and you’ll start to hear a familiar refrain: Raising money has rarel...

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Optimism Still Key To Turning Tide In Economic Dips

Business News

Optimism Still Key To Turning Tide In Economic Dips

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   What’s the difference between the recent 4 percent increase the economy experienced and gloomy predictions people mad...

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Library of Congress Exhibition Opens Sept. 10 “The Civil Rig…

National Headlines

  WASHINGTON, D.C. The Library of Congress will open “The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom” on Wednesday, Sept. 10.  The exhibition will highlight the legal a...

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Governor’s Procurement Plan: Progress or Pablum?

Statewide News

Governor’s Procurement Plan: Progress or Pablum?

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order on July 22,  requiring state agencies to award ...

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Economic Recovery: Depends On Who’s Doing The Talking

Statewide News

Economic Recovery: Depends On Who’s Doing The Talking

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Some experts say the economy is bouncing back; but housing prices are higher, people have less in their checking acco...

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Sigmas: 1st Black Fraternity to Open its Own Museum

National Headlines

Sigmas: 1st Black  Fraternity to Open  its Own Museum

By Courtney Jacobs Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper   The ribbon-cutting ceremony of Phi Beta Sigma’s new museum  was one of several events planned for mem...

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Cooling Assistance Applications Now Being Accepted

Statewide News

  RICHMOND, Va.  With Virginia’s severe summer heat and humidity, staying cool is not a luxury, but rather a health and safety issue. This time of year, indoor temperatures can qu...

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Labor Group Withdraws Support Over Koch Gift

National News

Labor Group Withdraws  Support Over Koch Gift

WASHINGTON (NNPA)  Lee Saunders, president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, has discontinued supplying scholarships to the United Negro College Fund bec...

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Immigrant children facing danger will ‘likely’ stay in US

National Headlines

  WASHINGTON  Immigrant children fleeing dangerous conditions in their countries will likely be given asylum in America, according to  White House press secretary Josh Earnes...

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Detroit: Water shut offs spark protest

National Headlines

    DETROIT Police arrested an estimated 10 people, including several clergy members on July 10, during a protest over city water shut offs, according to the Detroit Free Pres...

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Debt Settlement Programs are Misleading

Business News

  By Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist   You’ve probably heard the advertisements on urban radio urging consumers with at least $10,000 in debt to call a number right away f...

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Ida B. Wells-Barnett Celebration observes 152 years of hist…

National News

Ida B. Wells-Barnett  Celebration observes 152 years of history

HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. The annual birthday celebration of Ida B. Wells-Barnett takes place this week in Holly Springs, Mississippi Friday July 11 through Sunday July 13, 2014, commemorating 152 y...

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Pastor's Corner: Help Yourself…VOTE!

Pastor's Corner

Pastor's Corner: Help Yourself…VOTE!

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   Most of my adult life I’ve heard it said that God helps them who help themselves. That being the case then, why don’t you “Help Yoursel...

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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: The Pursuit of Business…

Church News

By Imam Vernon M. Fareed    We don’t need to present you with statistics or information from studies, etc., to prove that African-Americans are the biggest consumers in Ameri...

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Inspirational Message: God’s Mercies

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: God’s Mercies

  Let us begin with some accurate announcements of the omnipotence and faithfulness of God. Jesus lets us know that even with so many things seeming to be impossible to us, but with God th...

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Seeds of Hope: Call on God, He Will answer

Church News

Seeds of Hope: Call on God, He Will answer

  There are some psychologists who believe that our need for safety, structure and stability are more important than nearly anything else. Perhaps they are right. When we look around a...

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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: Leadership in the Africa…

Church News

   By Imam Vernon M. Fareed   There’s no question that the African-American community continues to suffer problems of leadership, and adding to that the masses also ...

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Pastor's Corner: God Is Our Example

Pastor's Corner

Pastor's Corner: God Is Our Example

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   In the Holy Bible the Book of Acts 10:34, you’ll find these words spoken by the Great Apostle Peter, “Of a truth I perceive that God is...

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Inspirational Message: Paul Encouraged Generosity

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: Paul Encouraged Generosity

  Paul’s descriptions of giving are not demands, but are responses to Jesus’ examples of unselfishness. We can definitely ask ourselves how to balance our abundance with the needs of other...

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Seeds of Hope: Wait, Trust and Grow

Church News

Seeds of Hope: Wait, Trust and Grow

  The endless questions of growing children often become boring and frustrating. There are times when no answer will do and no explanation is ever sufficient. The child persists, refuses t...

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