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By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Karine Jean-Pierre, whose long career in Democratic communications led her to the podium last...

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Special To The New Journal and Guide Marvin Fletcher and his daughter SaNayah Hill were surprised to find out they are graduating from Tidewater...

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The Supreme Court ruling as drafted would allow each state to decide whether to restrict or ban abortion.

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Susan Taylor To Keynote Grove Church Conference HAMPTON ROADS The “We Are Our Sisters’ Keeper Ministry to Women” in sponsorship with The Law Firm...

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By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide May is National Mental health Awareness Month. July is Minority Mental Health...

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Since that nineteen-year period between 1954 and 1973, the Supreme Court has been moving back to its traditional role. For example, installing a president...

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“In these me-treatments, it is important to write in journals, do meditations, practice sports, dance, and even travel alone. These actions will make young...

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By Reginald Stuart Richmond Free Press Special to the New Journal and Guide Hampton University, one of the nation’s first Historically Black Institutions, was...

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Few if any corners of White America did not benefit from slavery.

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NORFOLK On Friday, April 29, Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) unveiled a bronze sculpture depicting surgeon L.D. Britt, MD, MPH, on the RVMS campus...

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  • Black GOP Candidates Tap Into Voter Frustrations in 2022 Election Cycle
    By Tanu Henry, California Black Media There are 12 Black Republicans running in statewide races across California this election year. Come June 7, when the primaries are held, many of them – already longshots without local or statewide political experience – will likely be eliminated from competing in the November general elections. Either way it goes, […]
  • OP-ED: There’s Hope for Housing: Counselors Can Help You Afford a New Home – Or Keep the One You Have
    LaNeice Jones LaNiece Jones, Special to the Post News Group California’s severe housing shortage — and the lack of available housing the average family can afford – did not begin with the COVID-19 pandemic. But financial hardships Californians now face resulting from the global health crisis has only made our housing problems worse. The average […]