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Ruminations on the (Black) womanist power of Aretha Franklin | Think Piece

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“I never knew how much I loved her,” professed my friend when we lamented on the passing of Aretha Franklin.

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Congressional member continues to question FBI about Black Identity Extremism

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A California congressperson wants to know, what exactly is Black Identity Extremism, and who is being targeted?

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Peaceful protests by NFL players will be met with fines according to new national anthem policy

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NFL will now fine any personnel who does not comply with new national anthem policy.

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A seat at the table: An interview with emcee-turned-political candidate, Dupré Kelly

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A Newark, New Jersey hip hop artist from the Golden Age of Hip Hop takes on politics as a candidate in the fiercely competitive Council-At-Large position in the upcoming May 8 elections.

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Harvesting justice, reaping the rewards of a black panther: The lost story of black farmers in Civil Rights

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A proposal by the current U.S. Administration to offer predetermined, food stamp recipients boxed food, incites the long-standing conversation around food and justice.

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When black people saved Hollywood | Think Piece

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Last week’s pre-sale tickets for the movie, Black Panther, scored record numbers than any other Marvel Studios film reported Fandango, a popular online ticket seller.

The highly anticipated movie has generated so much buzz that it has turned into a black cinema moment in which notions of black power intersect pop culture.

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