This Week's Top Stories, August 28- September 4

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Back To School Decline Continues Among Whites Attending Nation’s Public…

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 school...

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

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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...

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Suffolk Councilman Pens New Book On Winning In Politics

Local News

Suffolk Councilman Pens New Book On Winning In Politics

By Leonard E. Colvin   Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   In the aftermath of the 2010 U.S. Census,  the city of Suffolk, like other locales in the state,...

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Inaugural Spartan Fan Fest

Sports News

Inaugural Spartan Fan Fest

NORFOLK—The NSU Athletics Department hosted its inaugural Spartan Fan Fest Saturday (Aug 23) at Joseph G. Echols Hall.  The fan fest provided NSU supporters with...

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Cease Fire March Held in Newport News

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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...

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FERGUSON: Debate On Police Shooting Continues

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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 shooting death of...

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Suffolk Councilman Pens New Book On Winning In Politics

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Suffolk Councilman Pens New Book On Winning In Politics

By Leonard E. Colvin   Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   In the aftermath of the 2010 U.S. Census,  the city of Suffolk, like other locales in the state, had...

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ODU Women’s Business Center offers edge to expansion

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ODU Women’s Business Center  offers edge to expansion

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   If you recently launched or operate a female-owned business, consider attending one of three workshops which the Wome...

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Debate begins early on school board elections: If referendum passes

Local News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide    Norfolk voters will go to the polls on November 4 to vote on a referendum to decide if they want an...

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August 31st: “Norfolk Sound” returns to Church St.

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August 31st: “Norfolk Sound” returns to Church St.

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   From the 1930s until the late 1950s Church Street was the main artery through the Huntersville section of Norfolk&nb...

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The Bridge Corner: It Is Your Call

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  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. First order of business is to offer a hearty congratulations to the TBU members who participated in the American Bridge Association’s...

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Congressman Scott Hosts Town Hall in Portsmouth

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Congressman Scott Hosts Town Hall in Portsmouth

By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   PORTSMOUTH Congressman Robert “Bobby” Scott-3rd Dist-Democrat held a town hall meeting in the cha...

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August 30: Virginia Beach’s Famous Hawkins Inn Restaurant Hosts 5th “I Remember Day”

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  VIRGINIA BEACH If you are a Hampton Roads resident over the age of 50, you’ll likely remember Hawkins Inn of Virginia Beach.  And folks don’t mention the restaurant without ...

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Norfolk Resident Attends 140th Alumnae Reunion At Canadian School

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Norfolk Resident Attends 140th Alumnae Reunion At Canadian School

Special to the New Journal and Guide   Phyllis Dowling-McCants, a Norfolk resident, recently attended the 140th Alumnae Reunion at Trafalgar Castle School in Whitby, Ontario Canada. Sh...

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Sisters En Blanc

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NORFOLK The Toulon, France Committee of the Norfolk Sister Cities Association (NSCA) hosted its 2nd Annual Soiree En Blanc fundraising event on Thursday August 14 on the lawn of the MacArthur M...

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Social and Civic Whirl: Virginia Union University’s Hampton Roads Alumni Held 3rd Annual Prayer Breakfast

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: Virginia Union University’s Hampton Roads  Alumni Held 3rd Annual Prayer Breakfast

  Recently, Virginia Union University’s Hampton Roads Alumni held its 3rd Annual Prayer Breakfast at Queen Street Baptist Church in Norfolk. Following a delicious breakfast, prepared by th...

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UPDATED STORY (August 14, 2014) Count Validated for Elected School Board Referendum

Local News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal & Guide   As of August 13, 2014, according to the Norfolk Circuit Clerk, supporters of an elected school board in...

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NSU President’s Message: Hopeful, Yet Cautionary

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NSU President’s Message: Hopeful, Yet Cautionary

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Recruiting the help of a “few good women and men” to help meet the challenges facing Norfolk State University at its...

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Count On School Board Petitions Continues

Local News

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Leaders of the group Norfolk Residents For An  Elected School Board say they are 107 away from securing&nb...

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Oceanfront Gears Up For Africana 2014 & FunkFest Beach Party

Arts and Culture

VIRGINIA BEACH Africana (ã-fr-ï-kä’na) a 3 day festival celebrating family, culture, and entertainment of the African Diaspora returns Friday August 22 through Sunday August 24 incorporating th...

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Desegregating Beach schools came as surprise to her

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Desegregating Beach schools came as surprise to her

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   When she awoke  the first day of school in September 1962,  Ernestine Hodnett thought she was going to joi...

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This Weekend “The Prism Projects”

Arts and Culture

This Weekend “The Prism Projects”

By Terrance Afer-Anderson Arts & Culture Columnist New Journal and Guide   I haven’t contributed to The New Journal and Guide for a spell.  That’s because I have ...

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90th District Voters Go To The Polls, Aug. 19 Photo ID Law Is In Effect

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90th District Voters Go To The Polls, Aug. 19 Photo ID Law Is In Effect

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   On August 19 a special election  will be held to allow residents of Norfolk and Virginia Beach   to determ...

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‘62 Desegregation of Va. Beach Schools Kept Quiet From Public

Local News

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The story of the desegregation of the Norfolk Public Schools contrasts greatly from the one  detaili...

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The Bridge Corner

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  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. As a reference, please have handy bridge lesson #3 as presented in the New Journal & Guide’s June 19, 2014 issue.

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Clean and quality comedy fundraiser sponsored by Shepherd’s village

Social and Civic Whirl

  On Sunday, August 24, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. (doors open at 3:30 p.m.), Cletus Kassady will be featured in a Clean & Quality Act at the Murray Center in Norfolk.  Cost for this event...

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Sept. 6: SEVAA Men In The Arts To Debut

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  CHESAPEAKE The Southeastern Virginia Arts Association (SEVAA) will host its inaugural SEVAA Men In The Arts 2014 Program on September 6 at the Chesapeake Central Library starting at ...

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Norfolk’s Boxing Brothers Prove Triple Threat, Bring Home Three Championship Belts

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  NORFOLK Norfolk ninth grader Keyshawn Davis may be the 2014 USA Boxing Junior Olympic Champion, but his brothers proved boxing is a family affair, with all three claiming championshi...

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New Light community prepares to observe three-day reunion

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New Light community prepares to observe three-day reunion

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   When the first families moved into the “Colored Ghent” in Princess Anne County in the early 1880s, fifteen years aft...

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Headed To Baltimore?

Arts and Culture

  There are scores of African-American museums in the U.S. Below are several museums in the Washington, D.C-Baltimore area.    Washington, D.C.   • African-A...

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The Bridge Corner: Play In or No-Trump

Arts and Culture

Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. We hope you have handy the six bridge lessons that were presented in the New Journal and Guide. Bidding effectively is critical for achieving the...

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Cultural Alliance Seeking Nominations For “Champions In The Arts”

Arts and Culture

  HAMPTON ROADS The Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads is now accepting nominations for its 2014 ALLI Awards, “Celebrating our Champions.”  Members of the Hampton Roads co...

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Anti-Smoking Campaign For Teens Has New Dates, Website

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  HAMPTON ROADS 757smokefreeteens, the innovative smoking and tobacco cessation awareness campaign that features creative competitions for area teenagers, has set new submission and ev...

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Huntersville Civic Leagues Unite To Host Event For Male Youth

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  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   When Vanika Ayers was an undergraduate at Virginia State University, she noted that despite  being e...

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South Hampton Roads Bar Association’s Annual Meeting

Social and Civic Whirl

South Hampton Roads Bar  Association’s Annual Meeting

  After the region hosted the National Negro Bar Association’s annual meeting, The Tidewater Bar Association (South Hampton Roads Bar Association/SHRBA) was established in 1923.  The ...

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“Health Is Wealth” Conference In Chesapeake

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  CHESAPEAKE On Saturday, August 2, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Indian River Public Library, Feona Sharhran Huff, Event Coordinator for the nonprofit organization Health Is Weal...

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Historic BTW Class 1959 Has Reunion

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Historic BTW Class 1959 Has Reunion

NORFOLK Eighty-nine of the original 101 members of Norfolk’s Booker T. Washington class of 1959 attended their 55th class reunion June 20-22. This group of classmates is unique. In the fall...

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Rate of Rejections Causes Concerns For Norfolk Advocacy Group

Local News

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The group which supports the election of the Norfolk School Board said they are concerned about the rate of rejectio...

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First Baptist Church On Bute Street Celebrating 214 Years

Local News

First Baptist Church On Bute Street Celebrating 214 Years

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   This past weekend,  during its annual  “Family and Friends Day,” the pastor and congregation of  Norf...

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A Day at the Newseum

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A Day at the Newseum

By Monique Brown Special to the New Journal  and Guide   A trip to the Newseum in Washington, D.C. provides a snapshot of the world through the eyes of the media. The seve...

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The Bridge Corner: What do you Bid?

Arts and Culture

Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. We hope you have handy the six bridge lessons that were presented in the New Journal & Guide. Let’s bid and play a hand!  

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Restoration of Rights Workshop Explains New Voter I.D. Law

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Restoration of Rights Workshop  Explains New Voter I.D. Law

By Robert L. Williams  Special to the  New Journal and Guide   NORFOLK On Thursday July, 17, the Second Chances program in conjunction with The Garden of Hope con...

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Virginia Beach Announces Its Appointees to Governor’s Panel

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Virginia Beach Announces Its Appointees to Governor’s Panel

VIRGINIA BEACH Governor Terry McAuliffe recently announced the appointment of two Virginia Beach men  to his  administration.  Beach  hotelier, former Councilmember and Chai...

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Street Named for 1958 Booker T. Washington High School Graduate Dr. G. Daniel Jones

Social and Civic Whirl

Street Named for 1958 Booker T. Washington High School Graduate Dr. G. Daniel Jones

In a recent press release, the following information about the Reverend Dr. G. Daniel Jones was published. Dr. G. Daniel Jones, Norfolk native recently retired after serving 31 years as Senior ...

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Hampton Roads African-American HistoryMakers In Library of Congress Archives

Arts and Culture

  WASINGTON, D.C. The HistoryMakers, the nation’s largest African-American video oral history archive (www.thehistorymakers.com), announced recently the Library of Congress will serve...

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Portsmouth historic library to receive support under city’s funding

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Portsmouth historic library to receive support under city’s funding

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Fifty-two years after it was closed, after Blacks fought and won the right to use the city’s public library, the bui...

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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…

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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

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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

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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

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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…

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  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

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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

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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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Remembering Our Senior Statesmen; Marsh Leaves State Legisla…

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Remembering Our Senior Statesmen; Marsh Leaves State Legislature

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   As holiday fireworks fade and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act fades, it is easy to forget the advanced a...

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Succumbs: Jack J. Green, Publisher, The VOICE

Statewide News

Succumbs: Jack J. Green,  Publisher, The VOICE

RICHMOND Jack J. Green, founder and publisher of the Richmond Voice and the Hampton Voice, two member papers of the Black Press, succumbed to chronic lung-related illness on June 26.  ...

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1935-2012: Remembering Sen. Yvonne B. Miller

Statewide News

1935-2012: Remembering Sen. Yvonne B. Miller

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Currently there are no  streets, buildings on any college campus, public school  or library bearing  ...

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St. Paul’s Plan To House Immigrant Children On Pause

Statewide News

St. Paul’s Plan To House Immigrant Children On Pause

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Leaders at St. Paul’s College (SPC)  in Lawrenceville  have been approached by federal health and immigrat...

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“My Brother’s Keeper” Moves Forward

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  By Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent   WASHINGTON (NNPA) Though still in the early stages, President Obama’s special task force on Black and Latino males h...

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Memorial Service Held For Poet Maya Angelou in Winston-Salem…

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Memorial Service Held For Poet Maya Angelou in Winston-Salem, NC

By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. The late-poet Maya Angelou, one of the 20th century’s most famous Black write...

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April 4, 1928-May 28, 2014: Remembering Maya Angelou The Pe…

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April 4, 1928-May 28, 2014:  Remembering Maya Angelou The People’s Poet

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal & Guide   Maya Angelou often recalled the time, as a child when she  was raped by her mother’s boyfriend,  a man s...

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Passes: Raymond H. Boone Richmond Free Press Publisher

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Passes: Raymond H. Boone Richmond Free Press Publisher

RICHMOND Raymond H. Boone, Sr., 76,  one of the most respected Black journalists in Virginia for the past 56 years, died Tuesday June 3 of pancreatic cancer. Called the “watchdog for t...

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Brown v Board Pt. 4: Congress’ backlash delayed onset of sch…

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Outrage over mandated school integration and  efforts to  deter its implementation began within...

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“Surprise” budget item set stage to close ecsu, lawmakers sa…

Statewide News

  The North Carolina State Senate passed an amendment to kill a provision of the proposed state budget plan Black lawmakers said was designed to lay the groundwork to close Elizabeth City ...

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Part III: Presidential indifference aided non-compliance wit…

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Recently the online News Blog Politico did an extensive study on  why  the nation’s public scho...

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N.C. NAACP files motion to stop voter control law

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N.C. NAACP files  motion to stop  voter control law

DURHAM, N.C. The North Carolina NAACP on May 19 filed a federal lawsuit that is designed to block the state’s voter suppression law from taking effect in the November general elections. A t...

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Suit on Virginia’s 3rd District goes before Fed. judges

Statewide News

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Last week a panel of three federal judges heard a case involving a suit claiming Virginia’s Third Congressional Dist...

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NUL Report Calls For More Pell Grants

National Headlines

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   A new National Urban League report says African-American college students do not receive significant support from the...

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Conference To Support Efforts To Preserve Histories Of Forme…

Statewide News

  CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA The Virginia Interscholastic Association Initiative Team will hold a two-day conference on the campus of Virginia State University on June 19th and June 20, 2014....

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Replaces Interim President Miller; Nat. NAACP Selects Leader

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Replaces Interim President Miller; Nat. NAACP Selects Leader

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The National Board of Directors of the NAACP announced the selection of Attorney Cornell William Brooks to be the or...

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NAACP Selection Process Again Mired In Undue Controversy

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NAACP Selection  Process Again Mired In Undue Controversy

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief   WASHINGTON (NNPA) A search firm hired by the NAACP ranked Rev. Frederick D. Haynes, III, senior pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Chur...

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Cong. Black Caucus Fights to Restore Voting Rights Laws

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Cong. Black Caucus Fights to Restore Voting Rights Laws

By Stacy M. Brown Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer   Voting rights continues to be the most pressing issue facing the Congressional Black Caucus, whose members have...

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60 Years Ago — Brown vs. Board of Education, Educators plan …

National Headlines

WASHINGTON  Members of the National Education Association are marking the 60th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education with a series of public ac...

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More Than 80 Virginia Faith Leaders Urge Action on Kidnapp…

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  RICHMOND More than 80 Virginia religious leaders representing nearly every faith and denomination have signed a joint letter to world leaders, urging them to take more coordinated ac...

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The Pastor's Corner: True and Meaningful Songs

Pastor's Corner

The Pastor's Corner: True and Meaningful Songs

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   In my last week’s column, I paid deserved homage and tribute to the late Fanny J. Crosby by mentioning just a couple of the more than 8...

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Inspirational Message: God’s Righteousness and Faithfulness …

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: God’s Righteousness and Faithfulness Strengthen Us!

  Being faithful believers in God’s word, we predictably accept wholeheartedly His promises that give us assurance of being conquerors of our human weaknesses. Who can separate us from His...

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Seeds of Hope: God Has Not Abandoned You

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Seeds of Hope: God Has Not Abandoned You

  Feelings of being abandoned and forsaken are, perhaps, among the most painful feelings of life. In desperation we cry for someone or anyone to come to our rescue. Tragedy strikes, hopes ...

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Pastor's Corner: "Fanny”…What a Blessing!

Pastor's Corner

Pastor's Corner: "Fanny”…What a Blessing!

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   Frances Jane “Fanny” Crosby (1820-1915), an internationally known composer, wrote over 8,000 hymns (i.e., spiritual songs) during her l...

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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: The Voice of Right-Mind…

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  By Imam Vernon M. Fareed   With the exception of a small minority the voice of consciousness and right mindedness has been weakened and almost completely silenced in to...

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Inspirational Message: David’s Deliverance Through Abigail

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: David’s Deliverance Through Abigail

  Because of her unusual understanding and noble character, Abigail may have been known as a pacifist in her lifetime. After an abusive marriage to Nabal, a drunkard, she blossomed as Davi...

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Seeds of Hope: Failure is not welcomed

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Seeds of Hope: Failure is not welcomed

  Failure is never a welcome guest. Nor does one choose failure to be an associate or companion. Yet it is something that often invades our lives even though it is unwanted. Yet, from it w...

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Evangelizing the Heart Brain© PT. III: Leading Children to …

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Evangelizing the Heart Brain©  PT. III: Leading Children to Jesus Christ

Continued from Last week   Dr. Juanita Bynum has written a wonderful book for children, titled A Heart For Jesus (Charisma Kids). It is the story of a little girl whose mother said “sh...

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