By Stacy M. Brown Originally appeared in NNPA Federal housing officials should sanction two appraisal firms in Baltimore over their discriminatory treatment of Black homeowners who participated in a recent […]
Biden Administration Responds to Crump Lawsuit
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.
Report: Human Rights Violations in Prisons Throughout Southern United States Cause Disparate and Lasting Harm in Black Communities
NNPA Newswire NEW YORK – The Southern Prisons Coalition, a group of civil and human rights organizations, submitted a new report to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of All Forms […]
Decades after Texas took part of its historic farm, a family fights again to save its land from a highway expansion
BY TIMIA COBB, Texas Tribune, texastribune.org With a cowboy hat atop her head and fresh flowers in hand, Rosalind Alexander-Kasparik walked from her family farm on a Tuesday afternoon this […]
Editorial: Racial Violence, Hate Crimes, and “Us”
By Dr. John E. Warren Publisher, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint The recent slaughter of Black people at the TOPS Grocery Store in Buffalo, New York carries a number of […]
Soledad O’Brien teams up with JP Morgan Chase for Impactful Health & Wellness Event
JP Morgan Chase is expressing they have a clear eye view of the challenges ahead. This effort is not a two year or five year plan. The plan cannot be that simple when you’re talking about generational injustice.
Quit Playin’!: We Need Some New Farmers!
COMMENTARY By Vincent L. Hall, Texas Metro News, iMessenger Media Black History comes in chapters, but the best of it is unwritten and cultural. It has always been how we […]