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Defense Rests In Kyle Rittenhouse Trial After Judge Makes Clear Which Side He’s On

Regardless of the outcome, many might remember the trial for the shenanigans of Judge Bruce Schroeder.

NNPA President Dr. Benjamin Chavis Gives Keynote Address At Wilmington Unity Service

November 10 marked 123 years since the evil and racist attack by white supremacists on African Americans. Then, hundreds of innocent people were killed in the only coup d’état ever to occur on American soil.

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Is Open Season for Scammers

Finding the best private Medicare drug or medical insurance plan among dozens of choices is tough enough without throwing misleading sales tactics into the mix.

Congress Should Remove ‘Blood Thirsty’ Rep. Gosar For Fantasy About Murdering AOC, President Biden

“A creepy member I work with shared a fantasy video of him killing,” Rep. Ocasio-Cortez shared on Twitter, while also noting that institutions “don’t protect women of color.”

Judge Injects Self Into Kyle Rittenhouse Trial As Defendant Testifies

Judge Bruce Schroeder, who pretrial ruling that those shot by Rittenhouse cannot be labeled as victims, halted Binger’s cross-examination, and angrily questioned the prosecutor’s tactics.

Looking Back And Forward: A Remembrance For The National African American Museum Of History And Culture

This year the museum celebrates its fifth anniversary. It is one of the most popular sites on the National Mall, according to the Smithsonian’s 2020 visitor statistics, even more popular than the National Museum of American History, the National Zoo and the National Air and Space Museum.

Strickland Calls On HHS To Reduce Barriers To Birth Control

While the Affordable Care Act requires insurance coverage of contraception without cost sharing, insurance companies often limit coverage to a one- or three-cycle supply, imposing barriers to continuous access.

Senate Republicans Again Shoot Down John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act

Pouring salt on wounded Democrats, Senate Republicans last Wednesday again blocked the latest efforts to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

Police Overhaul Ballot Measure Fails In Minneapolis; Residents In Other Cities Also Explore Reforms

Needing 51 percent of the vote, Question 2 – as it was known – failed by a 57 percent to 44 percent vote. An affirmative vote would have created a Department of Public Safety with violence interrupters, social service workers, and mental health professionals accompanying law enforcement on certain calls.

DNC: Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Will Revitalize Black Communities Across America

“For years, Black Americans heard talk but didn’t see any action from Trump and Republicans who were unable to address critical community problems like lead leaching pipes, crumbling roads and bridges, and flooding streets.

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