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Our nation is engaged in a candid debate about how to maintain economic security for the middle class. For many in our community, it’s not…

Virginia Slave Gabriel (often referred to as Gabriel Prosser) made his mark in history, after attempting to lead a slave rebellion that was upended by…

Over the years, African Americans have been accused of being a culturally suspicious group to a fault. The actions throughout the decades by the U.S.…

As soon as Paul Ryan (pictured) was officially unveiled as Mitt Romney’s choice for vice president, conservatives swarmed in to set the narrative that the…

Beloved singer, entertainer, and songwriter Michael Jackson and his unfortunate passing in June of 2009 shocked the globe, with fans across various nations still mourning…

Sylvia Woods (pictured), also known as the “Queen of Soul Food,” is dead at 86, the New York Daily News reports. SEE ALSO: Travel App…

After sharing in-depth research and the perspective of Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) on the controversial — and painful — topic of reparations, NewsOne  readers processed…

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Antoine Dubuclet of Louisiana was elected as the first Black State Treasurer on April 16, 1868.  (1810 – 1887) TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PERSON VISIT YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY.

Born Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr.  and later adding an ‘e’ to his last name as a young man, Marvin Gaye was known as a talented singer-songwriter and musician with a three vocal octave range. He began his career as a member of the doo-wop group The Moonglows in the late 1950s. He then ventured into a solo […]