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Citing “Major Moral Problems”, the National Black Church Initiative Expresses Support For the AME Council of Bishops’ Open Letter To the NAACP

The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 Churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans, agrees with the AME Council of Bishops in that the NAACP organizational structure, governance, the issues surrounding transparency, the infighting, its support of the cigarette and liquor industries and

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WATCH: Teen Girl Tells of Being Punched by Police, Bitten by K9, and Arrested After Being Mistaken for Machete-Wielding Black Man

A black 19-year-old girl was punched in the mouth by an officer, bitten by a police K9 and arrested last month after an officer said he mistook her for a 180-pound bald man suspected of threatening people with a machete at a nearby grocery store. (more…)

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Council of Bishops of the AME Church Calls for NAACP to Restructure and Define Its Vision

The Council of Bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church is calling for the nation’s oldest civil rights organization to restructure and define its vision. (more…)

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WATCH: First Trailer Released For “Marshall”; Chadwick Boseman Depicts First African-American Supreme Court Justice In Biopic

Many of us are looking forward to seeing Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, but before that happens, he's playing a real-life superhero. Marshall tells a story about the early career of Thurgood Marshall, the man who would become the first African-American Justice of the Supreme Court and the man who

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Bill Maher’s Black Ex-Girlfriend, Coco Johnsen, Hints he Used the N-Word Many Times, Says “Sensitivity Training at the NAACP” Could Do him Some Good

An ex-girlfriend of Bill Maher insinuated that the "Real Time" host may have used the N-word around her many times. (more…)

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LISTEN: Supreme Court Won’t Review Monifa Sterling Case (UCNN 5/5/17)

https://soundcloud.com/danielwhyteiii/supreme-court-wont-review-monifa-sterling-case-ucnn-5517 1. CP - The United States Supreme Court has declined to review the case of former Lance Cpl. Monifa Sterling, who claims that she was unfairly convicted at court-martial and discharged from the Marines after she refused to remove cutouts of a paraphrased Bible verse from her work station. On

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34,000 Black Churches Express No Confidence In NAACP President Cornell Brooks’ Leadership, Say The NAACP Should Protect The Future of Black Children and Not Adopt a Homosexual Agenda

We must stop the NAACP from becoming a gay civil rights organization, they have their own The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 Churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans, agrees with the unyielding 64 member board of the NAACP to not renew the

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North Carolina NAACP Leader Rev. William Barber Stepping Down to Focus on Poor People’s Campaign

The Rev. William Barber, who led the state NAACP in blocking North Carolina’s attempts to limit voting rights and fiercely supported gay rights, said he’s stepping down as state chapter president and will focus on a poor people’s campaign like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was building when he

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150 Students Suspended for Dress Code Violations at Connecticut High School

A one-day sweep in which over 150 high school students were suspended for dress code violations is bringing new criticism to a Connecticut district of predominantly Hispanic and black students that was already under scrutiny for having low numbers of minority teachers. (more…)

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