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IN MEMORIAM: Civil Rights Icon Vernon Jordan Dies at 85

Vernon Jordan, the former National Urban League president and civil rights leader. Photo provided By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire…

Joe Mallory elected to lead local NAACP

Contributed The Cincinnati Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) recently elected officers and at-large…

Ben Jealous launches his new venture, Citizen, in Cincinnati

By Dan Yount  The Cincinnati Herald  Citizen goes live in Cincinnati.   According to company information, Citizen is a free app that…

The Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones focused on equal opportunity under law

Judge Jones with his daughter Stephanie Jones, Esq. Photo by Michael Mitchell Dan Yount  The Cincinnati Herald  Equal opportunity under the…

NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR 51st NAACP IMAGE AWARDS

Two-Hour Live TV Special to Air on BET Networks  Saturday, February 22, 2020  Netflix Leads with 30 Nominations in the…

NAACP announces new chief financial officer

By Austyn Ross  National NAACP  The NAACP announces that Arlis Whalum will serve as its new chief financial officer. Whalum will oversee all…

Emotions run high as African Americans return to Ghana

Drummers, dancers and local residents greeted the NAACP delegation at Kotoka International Airport, which included actor and humanitarian Danny Glover,…

Cincinnati NAACP says, ‘You Are the Movement’

NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner is Saturday, Sept.28 By Andria Carter Herald Contributor The theme for the Cincinnati National Association for…

Dr. Marian Spencer was Cincinnati’s iconic Civil Rights leader

Dr. Marian Spencer, Cincinnati’s legendary Civil Rights leader, received her well deserved roses at a reception with friends and community…

Starbucks Becomes Latest Scene of Racism and White Supremacy

NAACP Calls Incident an Ominious Signal By Hazel Trice Edney (TriceEdneyWire.) – The NAACP has described the arrests of two…