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Tobacco marketing targeted Blacks with ‘devastating effects’

Tobacco marketing targeted Blacks with ‘devastating effects’

Jan. 24 | Black media now seeks inclusion in tobacco settlement  News Analysis By George E. Curry Contributing Writer   The National Association of Newspaper Publishers (NNPA) and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB), two industry...

My New Year wishes are for good public policies

My New Year wishes are for good public policies

Jan. 15 |             By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist   Happy New Year! January first and second are the days when most think of the “new” year, yet with the first Monday in January falling on January 6, that’s...

Millions of Blacks left uninsured by states  opting out of Affordable Care Act

Millions of Blacks left uninsured by states opting out of Affordable Care Act

Jan. 9 | By Freddie Allen Contributing Writer   As the Obama administration makes strides to improve the functionality of HealthCare.gov, the flagship website for the Affordable Care Act, Republican lawmakers continue to block federal funds that would...

WWRDH: What would Republicans do on healthcare?

WWRDH: What would Republicans do on healthcare?

Dec. 4 |             By George E. Curry Guest Columnist   Many ardent conservatives are critical of the Affordable Care Act or what they derisively call “Obamacare.” But what are they proposing that proves that they...

Putting the ‘Black’ in Black Friday

Putting the ‘Black’ in Black Friday

Nov. 27 | By Ron Daniels Guest Commentator   The Christmas season provides an excellent opportunity for Africans in America to engage in a season of resistance. The corporate retail establishment in this country is heavily dependent upon this season for...

Black Press still ‘delivering news for and about Blacks’

Black Press still ‘delivering news for and about Blacks’

Sep. 16 | An interview with the national Black newspaper assn. board chair By Kam Williams Contributing Writer   Cloves C. Campbell, Jr., is publisher of the Arizona Informant, a family-owned and operated newspaper that provides an important voice for...

Avoid the ‘Colored entrance’ to White-owned businesses

Avoid the ‘Colored entrance’ to White-owned businesses

Jun. 26 | By Harry C. Alford Guest Commentator   For the most part, corporate America employees are satisfied with their careers. There is usually a chart to review in terms of responsibility. Is the employee moving up the “ladder” and heading towards...