By Willy Blackmore Originally appeared in Word in Black When the Biden Administration announced the creation of the American Climate Corps last month, it was heralded as a huge victory for […]
By Sergio Mendoza Reyes, Erin Douglas and Matthew Choi, The Texas Tribune Oct. 5, 2023 “Biden administration presses forward with border wall plans in Texas, angering allies” was first published […]
The Congressional Black Caucus has the opportunity to issue a call for economic justice at its upcoming conference, and should consider ways to better participate in the Biden administration’s industrial plan, explore cooperative strategies, encourage strategic migration to four economically promising Southern states, and call for reparations to build institutional wealth.
By Stacy M. Brown Originally appeared in NNPA In major U.S. cities, officials have either ramped up or dialogued about efforts to reduce homelessness, with New York City Mayor Eric […]
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) strongly supported the ARPA Section 1005 program and was ready to make payments to direct loan borrowers,” USDA officials said in a statement. “However, the $5 billion that was intended to help farmers was frozen by three nationwide injunctions that prevented USDA from getting payments out the door.
By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Americans no longer have a constitutional right to abortion after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday, June 24, to […]
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the Biden administration on Friday over new federal COVID-19 vaccine rules announced the day before, which order big businesses to mandate vaccination against the virus […]
Attorney General Ken Paxton, on behalf of the state, sued the Biden administration on Friday over its coronavirus vaccine mandate for federal contractors. The federal requirement, which is set to take […]