Friday, March 24, 2017

The oldest Black business industry in America began 190 years ago this month. On March 16, 1827, the first edition of the “Freedom’s Journal” was published, thrusting African-Americans into the ...

The Civil War physically ended slavery in the United States in 1865, but it was the passage of the 13th Amendment that legally abolished slavery. Yet, the practice of enslavement has ...

(TriceEdneyWire.com) In 1960, Blacks in Virginia watched as the state changed the laws against trespass to make it a more serious crime, and the penalty was raised from a $100 ...

Since the election of Donald Trump in November, there have been almost 1,000 reported hate crimes targeting Muslims, Arabs, African-Americans, Latinos and other people of color, according to the Southern ...

BOSTON, MA Nearly three decades after Barack Obama made history and became president of the prestigious Harvard Law Review, Susan Estrich, was recently elected to the post and made history. ...

Rev. Samuel Cornish launched the first newspaper for people of color in 1827; so, would he scroll through today’s newspaper websites and smile, like the proud parent who sees traces ...

Now that the 2017 Virginia General Assembly Session is over, lawmakers are assessing the level of success or failure in creating laws impacting the lives of their constituents. Members of the ...

ATLANTA, GA On March 1, Morehouse College President John Wilson issued an official statement on the university’s website questioning the intent and purpose of the recent visit of HBCU presidents ...

TriceEdneyWire.com/Global Information Network A revised travel ban by the Trump administration is already in trouble with a leading aid agency, with the travel industry, and with the Nigerian government which ...

Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from the NAACP (TriceEdneyWire.com)  The NAACP board of directors has elected Leon W. Russell as the Chairman Board of Directors at its annual ...
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