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Supreme Court Protects Cops Who Fail to Issue Miranda Rights

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia In an America where Black citizens especially have legitimate concerns when interacting…

COMMENTARY: What can America do to ease its fears?

Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. has long examined America’s hatred toward African Americans, recently noting a profound new rendering…

How much do you know about the Emancipation Proclamation? Part 2

Juneteenth is a day filled with pride and heritage for many African Americans.

Despite Blacks’ fear of research, Alzheimer’s experts call for wider participation in clinical trials

The statistics are real: African American seniors are twice as likely as White Americans to get Alzheimer’s disease.

20,000 attendees expected for 2024 AME Church conference in Cincinnati

The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church – the largest Black Methodist denomination in America – has selected Cincinnati USA for…

Manchin, Sinema Side with Republicans in Crushing Democrats Filibuster Change for Voting Rights

Despite a record turnout in the 2020 election, and the desire of the vast majority of Americans and marches and…

Health Gap presents latest research findings on impact of COVID-19 vaccines on local Black community

The Center for Closing the Health Gap – in partnership with Hamilton County – has completed its latest round of…

With Liberty and Justice for All?

Photo by Kelly Lacy from Pexels By Tyra Gordon Racial injustice has erupted throughout American history even before this country’s…

Vaccination … the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel

Photo by Thirdman from Pexels By Clyde E. Henderson, MD Treasurer Cincinnati Medical Association The SARS-CoV-2 virus continues to rage across our country…

COVID-19 deaths: 82 percent in St. Louis are African American

In a major and exclusive interview scheduled to air on Monday, April 13, Wright will discuss the grim breaking news…