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September cover of O, The Oprah Magazine, features a portrait of Breonna Taylor created by 24-year-old artist Alexis Franklin.

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The historic September cover of O, The Oprah Magazine, features a portrait of Breonna Taylor...

Faith for Black Lives Chair Rev. Stephen A. Green joins “Until Freedom” to Occupy Kentucky for Justice for Breonna Taylor

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Faith for Black Lives Chair Rev. Stephen A. Green, Until Freedom Co-Founders, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour,...

Entrepreneur Janice McLean DeLoatch Launches the Black Shopping Network

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Janice McLean DeLoatch has been an entrepreneur for almost three decades. Ms. DeLoatch...

Dionne Warwick to appear on the Radio One’s WOLB 1010 show “It’s Janice” — Wednesday, July...

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Contact: Jmdentertainmentgroup@yahoo.com The JMD Holdings©LLC is pleased to announce a...

Black Veterans Call for immediate moratorium on “Black on Black and Brown Crime.”

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By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman National...

New data show 51.3% of U.S. adults hold degrees, certificates, or industry certifications

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Lumina Foundation's A Stronger Nation measures industry certifications for the first time, shows...

NASA Names Headquarters After ‘Hidden Figure’ Mary W. Jackson

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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Wednesday the agency's headquarters building in Washington, D.C., will be named...

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Welcome to the Intersection – Women of Color On the Move- a traveling motivational exhibit that highlights the untold stories of struggle and success

“The Intersection: Untold Stories of Women of Color On the Move” This exhibit,“The Intersection: Untold Stories of Women of Color On the Move," explores the intersecting “lines” and worlds of women of color on the move to create a more inclusive world. Through their untold stories, we all can learn more about history, issues, trends, perspectives, motivation...

The Intersection: Women of Color On the Move

"The Intersection: Untold Stories of Women of Color On the Move" This exhibit, "The Intersection: Untold Stories of Women of Color On the Move", explores the intersecting "lines" and worlds of women of color on the move to create a more inclusive world. Through their untold stories, we all can learn more about history, issues, trends, perspectives, motivation...

The Intersection: Take the ride of a lifetime

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection – Leaders by Example

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection – in Puerto Rico

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection: Angela Davis speaks out

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection: A Freedom Rider speaks

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection: Hear my story of love, success and education

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

The Intersection -Learn about my story

The women of color –many hidden figures—in the exhibit are considered pacesetters and gamechangers who broke barriers in civil rights and feminism before it was commonly known,...

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Black Veterans comment on former President Barack Obama’s public remarks about the prevailing National State of Crisis……

The following opinion is of the remarks delivered by the former President regarding the current racial crisis...

Black Veterans Call for Congressional Black Caucus to seek a Hearing on Human Rights Violations against the United States in the World Court….

By: Charles Blatcher, III Chairman National Coalition of Black Veteran OrganizationsContact InformationEmail address: cnmmmf@aol.comPublication date: May 31, 2020 On the...
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