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Part Four: Black History Month The Influence of Black Theatre

Arts and Culture

Part Four: Black History Month The Influence of Black Theatre

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   African-Americans have supported mainstream American stage traditions and created ones of their own beginning as early as the...

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Hampton Coalition Wants Say In Selecting New School Chief

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By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   A growing coalition of civil rights, civic, religious and education advocates are seeking to pressure the Hampton School...

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HU Film Students Study Police Shootings & Impact

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HU Film Students Study Police Shootings & Impact

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Like Jim Crow segregation triggered the Civil Rights Movement a generation ago,  the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Michael...

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High Achievers On SAT May Qualify For Nat’l Scholarship

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By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Makariah Gaddis was in for a big surprise after she took the SAT test. At a time when too many...

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High Honors For Judge Jones

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High Honors For Judge Jones

WILLIAMSBURG The Virginia State Bar Criminal Law Section has presented its 2015 Harry L. Carrico Professionalism Award to The Honorable Jerrauld C. Jones of the Circuit...

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This Week with The Publisher: Freedom and Justice

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This Week with The Publisher: Freedom and Justice

  By Brenda H. Andrews   I reported last week that I was headed to Athens, Ohio for a  Black History Month program focusing on the Black Press....

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Part Four: Black History Month The Influence of Black Theatre

Arts and Culture

Part Four: Black History Month The Influence of Black Theatre

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   African-Americans have supported mainstream American stage traditions and created ones of their own beginning as ear...

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Hampton Coalition Wants Say In Selecting New School Chief

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By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   A growing coalition of civil rights, civic, religious and education advocates are seeking to pressure the Hampton Sc...

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HU Film Students Study Police Shootings & Impact

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HU Film Students Study Police Shootings & Impact

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Like Jim Crow segregation triggered the Civil Rights Movement a generation ago,  the deaths of Trayvon Martin, ...

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PROFILE: Mayor Kenneth Wright

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PROFILE: Mayor Kenneth Wright

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Portsmouth Mayor Kenny Wright could feel like a victim, if he actually had time to read the less-than- flattering hea...

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51st Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner Will Honor Local Persons

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51st Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner Will Honor Local Persons

VIRGINIA BEACH The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities will host its 51st Humanitarian Dinner on March 25 at the Norfolk Marriott Waterside. Chairing this year’s event is Michael K. Kerne...

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Black History Gospel Concert in Portsmouth

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Black History Gospel Concert in Portsmouth

By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   PORTSMOUTH Rev. Brenda Boone Productions & Higher Praise Community Choir presented a Black hi...

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Warren Wolf: Jazz At The Attucks Series

Arts and Culture

  WILLIAMSBURG The Attucks Theatre Jazz Club welcomed Warren Wolf Saturday night Feb. 21 in the sixth show of this year’s jazz series sponsored by the Virginia Arts Festival.  ...

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Part Three: Black History Month The Influence of Black Music

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  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Before the broadcast of  the 2015  Emmy Awards, Blogs and Twitter feeds were busy discussing th...

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Norfolk School District’s forfeiture of $1.6 Mil. is unwelcome news

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Norfolk School District’s forfeiture of $1.6 Mil. is unwelcome news

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Political and civic leaders and parents are voicing displeasure with news that Norfolk Public Schools (NPS)  ha...

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Contributions of Black Culture Began With Surviving Slavery

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Contributions of Black Culture Began With Surviving Slavery

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   During Black History Month, you can buy a seat on an Amtrak train, speed through the Underground Railroad, and with y...

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Police Body Cameras Make Their Debut In Norfolk Department

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Police Body Cameras Make Their Debut In Norfolk Department

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Norfolk has joined  the neighboring cities of Chesapeake and Newport News and across the nation in outfitting i...

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Bridge Corner: February 19, 2015

Arts and Culture

  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. The last few articles in the Bridge Corner covered the three major uses for the “double,” No Trump opening and responses, Stayman, and...

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Profile: Dr. Keith Newby - Local Cardiologist Is Medical Doctor and Businessman

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  By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Dr. Keith Newby could have thought like a victim at age 7 when his father passed away at age 41, but the s...

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Social and Civic Whirl: Jethro Pugh (1944-2015) Remembered

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: Jethro Pugh (1944-2015) Remembered

  During half-time of their Winter Homecoming basketball game with Chowan College in the Robert L. Vaughan Center, the Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) family took time to remember f...

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Portsmouth NAACP Welcomes City’s New Commonwealth’s Attorney

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Portsmouth NAACP Welcomes City’s New Commonwealth’s Attorney

  PORTSMOUTH The Portsmouth NAACP recently released a congratulatory statement regarding the city’s election of  Stephanie Morales as its Commonwealth’s Attorney.  Morale...

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Publisher Brenda Andrews appears on Norfolk Perspectives

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This week the New Journal and Guide's Publisher appeared on Norfolk Perspectives with Bob Batcher.

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Part Two: Black History Month The Influence of Black Art

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Part Two: Black History Month The Influence of Black Art

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   African American Art and Culture has been recorded, interpreted and displayed in every art form over the past 100 ye...

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Black Film Enterprise Began To Refute Negative Images

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Black Film Enterprise Began To Refute Negative Images

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   On February 13, Tim Reid’s Legacy Institute will host a film festival featuring “Race Movies: The Legacy of Black Fi...

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200+ Forum To Address Area’s Black Economics

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By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   African Americans are experiencing less discrimination,  greater access to the work place, higher high school a...

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McCollum bases Senate run on desire to effect change

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McCollum bases Senate run on desire to effect change

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Gary McCollum said the exhilaration and commitment he felt jumping out of a plane in the Army, is comparable to how h...

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February 15: TCC Presents Film, Discussion

Arts and Culture

  NORFOLK Tidewater Community College will screen the film “In The Heat of the Night”  on Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. It will be followed at 5 p.m.  by a discussion with local leaders ...

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Bridge Corner: February 12, 2015

Arts and Culture

  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. The Stayman Convention After an opening bid of 1NT, a response of 2♦ may be used as the Stayman convention, asking opener to show ...

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February 15: Virginia Beach Community To Honor Legacy of Old School

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February 15: Virginia Beach Community To Honor Legacy of Old School

VIRGINIA BEACH The congregation  of Asbury Christian Fellowship Church will  honor the historic legacy of the Pleasant Ridge  School for Colored Children February 15 at 3 p.m. du...

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February 28: Guide Publisher To Keynote Nansemond-Suffolk NAACP 49th Freedom Fund Celebration

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February 28: Guide Publisher To Keynote Nansemond-Suffolk NAACP 49th Freedom Fund Celebration

SUFFOLK The Nansemond-Suffolk Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), will host its 49th Freedom Fund Celebration on February 28, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.. It...

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Social and Civic Whirl: A View of Ghana Presented by The Schoolhouse Museum Committee

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: A View of Ghana Presented by  The Schoolhouse Museum Committee

  As we celebrate Black History Month, join The Board of Directors and The Schoolhouse Museum Committee as they present a free public service informational program about the country of Gha...

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Meeting In Norfolk: Church and Lay Conference To Address Empowerment Issues

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Meeting In Norfolk: Church and Lay Conference To Address Empowerment Issues

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Throughout the history of their existence in America, the church continues to be a central economic, social,  a...

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Norfolk NAACP credits city in Police dog biting case

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Norfolk NAACP credits city in Police dog biting case

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   A week after the incident  took place at a house near the Norfolk State University campus,  the city of No...

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Attorneys for the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown families speak at NSU

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Attorneys for the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown families speak at NSU

By Randy Singleton Community Affairs Correspondent New Journal and Guide   NORFOLK Three attorneys from two of America’s most high-profile civil rights cases in recent ...

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Bridge Corner: February 5, 2015

Arts and Culture

  Hello and welcome to the Tidewater Bridge Unit. In our last Bridge Corner session, we described the No Trump hand and the Stayman Convention. In this session, let us add the Jacoby T...

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What Is That Sound?: An Interview with Jazz Flutist Bobbi Humphrey

Arts and Culture

What Is That Sound?: An Interview with Jazz Flutist Bobbi Humphrey

By Terrance Afer-Anderson Arts & Culture Columnist New Journal and Guide   As a young man living in Washington, D.C., back in the ‘70s, one of my favorite things to do...

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Feb. 15 at Roper Center: “In The Heat of the Night” To Be Screened

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Hampton Roads In 1967, one year before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assasinated, Sidney Poitier played police detective Virgil Tibbs in the film adaption of "In the Heat of the Night", based ...

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Black History At The Slover

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Black History At The Slover

NORFOLK A capacity crowd gathered in the 6th Floor meeting room of  the new Slover Library Sunday (Feb. 1) for the library’s first Black History Month program. The event highlighted five h...

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Gamma Xi’s “Team Tenacity” Returns to Over the Hill Bowl

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Gamma Xi’s “Team Tenacity” Returns to Over the Hill Bowl

Story by Photos by Alvin Swilley   VIRGINIA BEACH Under sunny skies and with frigid winds, brothers of Gamma Xi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Va. Beach, joined by family ...

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Social and Civic Whirl: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Social and Civic Whirl

Social and Civic Whirl: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

  On Friday, February 6, 2015, Hampton University, Urban League of Hampton Roads, ACCESS AIDS Care and the Minority AIDS Support Services will be performing free HIV testing from 12 p.m. –...

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UPDATE: Charges dropped against NSU student attacked by police dog

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UPDATE: Charges dropped against NSU student attacked by police dog

UPDATE: Charges have been dropped against London Colvin, who was attacked by a police K-9. Last week, the Norfolk Police Chief Michael Goldsmith says he agreed that the force used in this case was ...

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New Journal and Guide historic photos spotlighted in calendar

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  By Leonard E. Colvin   Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   If one picture is worth a thousand words, then 12 of them can conjure up a million memories, e...

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2015 Black History Month: “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture from 1915 to Now”

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  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture from 1915 to now” is the 2015 Black History Month theme and...

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Passes at 72: Norfolk 17 pioneer was noted educator in her hometown

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Passes at 72: Norfolk 17 pioneer was noted educator in her hometown

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Patricia Godbolt White, 72, of Norfolk, one of the  Norfolk 17 students who desegregated the Norfolk Public Sch...

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Portsmouth Native In Feb. 10 Race For City Commonwealth’s Attorney

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Portsmouth Native In Feb. 10 Race  For City Commonwealth’s Attorney

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   PORTSMOUTH, Va. Stephanie Morales is one of three candidates who will run for the position of commonwealth’s atto...

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Tax Services Available For Small Businesses In Hampton Roads

Local Business News

SUFFOLK, Va. The U.S. Treasury Department recently entered into a referral agreement with Anchor Accounting Services LLC, a Richmond-based company that will provide accounting, insurance, and t...

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High Achievers On SAT May Qualify For Nat’l Scholarship

National Headlines

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Makariah Gaddis was in for a big surprise after she took the SAT test. At a time when too many headlines focus on...

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High Honors For Judge Jones

Statewide News

High Honors For Judge Jones

WILLIAMSBURG The Virginia State Bar Criminal Law Section has presented its 2015 Harry L. Carrico Professionalism Award to The Honorable Jerrauld C. Jones of the Circuit Court of the City of Nor...

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“Ferguson (MO) Four” speak at conference in Norfolk

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“Ferguson (MO) Four” speak at conference in Norfolk

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   It is not the lead story on nightly news programs or the front page of  national and daily newspapers, but ther...

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Funding To Stimulate Jobs In Distressed Areas

Statewide News

  RICHMOND Gov. Terry McAuliffe recently announced funding totaling $200,000 that will help economically distressed areas stimulate jobs. It is called The Building Collaborative Co...

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Part One: Black History Month The Quest For Civil Rights

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Part One: Black History Month The Quest For Civil Rights

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   “A Century of Black Life, History and  Culture from 1915 to 2015.” This is the theme of the 2015 Edition of...

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Overcoming Racism: Mrs. Coretta S. King Showed By Example

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Overcoming Racism: Mrs. Coretta S. King Showed By Example

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   In 1968 Coretta Scott King could have curled up on her sofa in the fetal position clutching a fistful of Kleenex afte...

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Transportation Initiative Will Help Small Businesses and Wo…

Business News

  Washington D.C. The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. Community Economic Development Corporation (USBC-CEDC) recently announced it has been chosen by the U.S. Department of Transportation (U...

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Passing King Holiday kept advocates busy for 15 years

National News

Passing King Holiday kept advocates busy for 15 years

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   It is easy to pass statues and streets that honor the Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Jr. and forget it took more than 15 yea...

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New Black Caucus Member: Republican, Mormon & Hails From…

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New Black Caucus Member: Republican, Mormon & Hails From Utah

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide   Now that Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) has been sworn into Congress, and joined the Congressional Black Caucus, the former may...

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Explosion at Colorado NAACP Office Still Under Investigation

National Headlines

  By Roger K. Clendening Special to the NNPA from  The Denver Weekly   COLORADO SPRINGS  An explosion outside a building housing the local NAACP office h...

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Ex-Con Doctoral Candidate Says— Simple Strategies Will Save …

National News

  BERKLEY, CALIF. Get-tough-on-crime policies that mandated incarceration for decades have had an unplanned-for consequence: The number of elderly inmates in federal and state prisons ...

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Dr. Benjamin Chavis: “Civil Rights Movement Needed More Now…

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Dr. Benjamin Chavis: “Civil Rights Movement Needed More  Now Than Five Decades Ago”

  By Nathan Hardin Special to the NNPA from The Fayetteville Observer   PEMBROKE Civil rights leader Benjamin Chavis kicked off a week-long Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ...

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Va. Governor Puts $60 Mil. In Budget For Voting Machines

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Va. Governor Puts $60 Mil. In Budget For Voting Machines

  Richmond Gov. Terry McAuliffe will include nearly $60 million in his budget to upgrade voting machines statewide and to update the website for the Department of Elections.  ...

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Senator Yvonne B. Miller Presented with the 2014 Elected Wom…

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Senator Yvonne B. Miller Presented with the 2014 Elected Women of Excellence Award by NFWL

  ALEXANDRIA, VA The National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL) recently announced Senator Yvonne B. Miller (posthumously) as one of its 2014 Elected Women of Excellence Award wi...

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Woman To Ride In Rose Parade—60 Years Late

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Woman To Ride In Rose Parade—60 Years Late

PASADENA, Ca. Joan Williams’ race may have stopped her from riding in the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day about 60 years ago; but she will sit at the head of the 2015 parade when it cruises down ...

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History Prof Welcomes President’s Action In Lifting Cuban E…

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide      When President Barack  H. Obama  announced a new course in the nation’s policy tow...

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Make 2015 Your Best Year Yet with One Word

National News

  Hoboken, NJ We all have good intentions when we make New Year’s resolutions, but fully 88 percent of us fail to achieve them.  That’s why,  Dan Britton, Jimmy Page, and...

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Marchers Fill DC Streets To Protest Police Violence

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Marchers Fill DC Streets  To Protest Police Violence

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide    As protests against police violence and harassment of Black people in the United States continue across the co...

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Atty. Gen. Seeks Improved Education For Confined Youth

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Atty. Gen. Seeks Improved Education For Confined Youth

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent   WASHINGTON (NNPA) In an effort to provide sufficient educational opportunities for incarcerated youth,  the Departm...

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World Observes AIDS Day, Dec. 1: Blacks Lag in Care For HIV …

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World Observes AIDS Day, Dec. 1: Blacks Lag in Care For HIV After Diagnosis

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent   WASHINGTON (NNPA) Blacks who have been diagnosed with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) continue to lag behind Whit...

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—Ferguson— Officer’s Decision To Leave Force Welcomed; Howe…

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—Ferguson— Officer’s Decision  To Leave Force Welcomed; However, Protests Continue

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Less than a week after a grand jury failed to indict him for the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, in Fer...

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Part One: Crowdfunding For Small Businesses

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Part One: Crowdfunding For Small Businesses

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide     Black-owned businesses headed by women grew nearly 258 percent from 1997 to 2013, but this trending group sti...

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Ferguson Jury’s Decision Sparks Efforts To Manufacture Chang…

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Ferguson Jury’s Decision Sparks Efforts To Manufacture Changes

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide      Nationwide, many aim to manufacture change after a grand jury in Ferguson decided not to indict police ...

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Homelessness On Rise Among Children In U.S.

National News

  By Cyril Josh Barker Special to the NNPA from the  New York Amsterdam News   As the nation prepares for the holiday season, new numbers about homeless children ...

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NO INDICTMENT: Does Attention To Ferguson Reaction Overshad…

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   The Ferguson Grand Jury’s failure to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Michael Brown to de...

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Faith Community Calls Ferguson Grand Jury’s Decision “Mora…

National Headlines

Faith Community Calls  Ferguson Grand Jury’s  Decision “Moral Failure”

WASHINGTON, DC In response to the grand jury decision against charging White Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting death of 18-year-old African-American youth Michael Bro...

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Passes At 78: Marion Barry, D.C.’s ‘Mayor for Life’

National News

  By Avis Thomas-Lester and Ruben Castaneda Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer   D.C. Council member Marion S. Barry, the venerable former four-time mayor an...

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Angry Ferguson protesters burn down buildings, vandalize pol…

National Headlines

It was a night that the town of Ferguson feared would happen.  After the grand jury announced that the officer who shot unarmed teen Michael Brown would not be indicted, some protesters to...

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In Ferguson: State, City Brace For Response To Grand Jury’s …

National Headlines

  By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   Days after Michael Brown was shot to death by policeman Darren Wilson, angry Black residents reacted with...

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November 4 Elections Bring Winds of Change For Women

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November 4 Elections Bring Winds of Change For Women

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide        Now that the election is over, the winds of change are blowing. For example, Congresswoman Al...

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lst Woman President In 133-year History; HU Provost Named To…

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lst Woman President In 133-year History; HU Provost Named To Head VSU

PETERSBURG Virginia State University (VSU) has named Dr. Pamela Valleria Wilson Hammond as the University’s Interim President, effective Jan. 1, 2015. Dr. Hammond is the first woman in VSU’s ne...

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Atty. General nominee would be 1st Black woman in post

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Atty. General nominee would be 1st Black woman in post

WASHINGTON Loretta E. Lynch, the top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, N.Y., has been nominated by President Barack H. Obama to  replace Eric Holder as the U.S. Attorney General.   ...

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Warner Keeps Dem. Streak Alive

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Warner Keeps Dem. Streak Alive

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide   In accordance with the predictions of the political experts and media, the Republican party won the 2014 political s...

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Dominion enhances its website for online customers

Statewide News

  RICHMOND Dominion’s website, dom.com, has a new look and improved navigation that will make it easier for visitors to find information and conduct business with Dominion online. Domi...

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Black Women Challenge NFL on Domestic Violence

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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

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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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Pastor's Corner: My Own Personal Opinion Pursuant To Retirem…

Pastor's Corner

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   Well now, since God is about to bless me with another birthday this weekend I certainly hope; and since I will have been retired from s...

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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: Natural Growth in Faith

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  By Imam Vernon M. Fareed   The natural progression that one experiences in their physical life mirrors the natural growth that we experience in our spiritual life. Not ...

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Inspirational Message: Launch Out Into the Deep and Let Down…

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: Launch Out Into the Deep and Let Down Your Nets For A Catch!

  Jesus wants us to be fishers of men. We, too, may have difficulty with certain aspects of our faith as we grow in our discipleship. Still, we can demonstrate faith by trusting God even w...

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Religion Corner: Black History Month Salute: Keeping the Dre…

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  by Lyndia Grant Special to the NNPA from  The Washington Informer   “Energy Flows Where Attention Goes!”  — Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith, D.D.   ...

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Seeds of Hope: Conform to His Image

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Seeds of Hope: Conform to His Image

  “You have stage three transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder,” said the urologist in a calm, yet hardly reassuring voice. Anytime, anyone is diagnosed with cancer is a day to remembe...

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Pastor's Corner: Liars Just Can’t Be Trusted

Pastor's Corner

Pastor's Corner: Liars Just Can’t Be Trusted

  By Elder Gerald DeForest Tyler   Those of you who read my columns on a regular weekly basis should know by now that I’m a lover of the truth. Even when it hurts and it ...

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Inspirational Message: Our Faith in God Can Solve Many Probl…

Inspirational Message

Inspirational Message: Our Faith in God Can Solve Many Problems!

  In these two passages of Scriptures, we learn what happened when Peter believed God in the book of Matthew. Also known, undoubtedly, is how spiritual strength can increase with prayer pa...

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Religion Corner: Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

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  by Lyndia Grant Special to the NNPA from  The Washington Informer   My favorite topic when I’m invited to speak at health fairs is “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubl...

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