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What About Our Children?

Historically, our communities have been reluctant to accept the existence of mental health problems – ignoring rather than addressing them. If healing is our true purpose, we must first acknowledge the full scope of the issues – general and individual–which confront the target of our concern.

Nation’s Largest Subprime Auto Financing Company To Pay Up To $6.4M To Washingtonians

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson OLYMPIA — Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson recently announced that...

Old, Sick And Incarcerated

By Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Contributor Julianne Malveaux There were 4623 incarcerated people over 65 in...

Seattle Medium Launches COVID-19 Local News Fund

In an effort to remain viable and continue providing the African American, underserved, minority and other disenfranchised...

Implicit Bias A Driver of COVID-19 Among African-Americans

By Khalil Abdullah Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from Ethnic Media Services (Trice Edney Wire) - Dr. Melva Thompson-Robinson knows the data on the...

Malik Yusef Raised More Than $10,000 To Help Slow COVID-19 Behind Bars

By Benjamin Minick Zenger News The sweeping coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on people from all walks of life. While many are at home practicing...

Inslee Announces Statewide Contact Tracing Initiative

On Tues., Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee announced the launch of a statewide contact tracing plan that will allow more businesses to open and...

Drop In Vaccinations Leave Children Vulnerable To Other Diseases

Immunization rates among children appear to be dropping during the COVID-19 pandemic. This leaves children and communities at risk. Providers in Washington’s Childhood Vaccine Program...

Census Bureau To Deliver 2020 Census Questionnaires In Puget Sound

The U.S. Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, will begin to drop off 2020 Census questionnaire packets at front...

Valeisha Butterfield Jones Named As Recording Academy’s First Diversity & Inclusion Officer

By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Senior Correspondent Valeisha Butterfield Jones, a leader, a global influencer, and culture shifter who co-founded the Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network...

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Athletes Reveal What Was Behind Decision To Share Olympic Gold

Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi and Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim decided to share the gold medal in the men's high jump in the Tokyo Olympic Games in an unprecedented move that prompted cheers around the world for their sportsmanship.

‘I Should Have Gotten The Damn Vaccine’

Jessica DuPreez talks with John Berman about her 39- year-old fiance who died from Covid-19. She discusses why they didn't get vaccinated, and how she thinks the shot could have saved the father of her kids.

Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ Named Best Music Video Of All Time By Rolling Stone

The publication wrote, "If Beyoncé's self-titled visual album established her as one of the greatest artists of all time, her surprise-released 'Formation' video (and ensuing album Lemonade) marked her as one of the most important."

2021 Genesis GV80

Since we are talking years of development and billions of dollars to make its luxury car lineup happen, we did not see a sport utility until the 2020 model year. But the GV80 has been worth the wait.

Black Philanthropy Month Is Black Freedom

Black philanthropy is rooted in West African culture and traditions of communal giving and sharing. These traditions traveled to the United States as part of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, and the practice of helping each other was essential to our ancestors’ survival.