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How Sweet The Sound is poised to electrify the gospel music industry on June 4th 2022, at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina,

NEW YORK, NY January 26, 2021 — Today, BET and media mogul Tyler Perry announced an exclusive news special, “COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community A Tyler Perry Special,” premiering Thursday, January 28, at 9 PM ET/PT on BET and BET Her. In the midst of a world health crisis, Perry sits down with top medical experts Carlos del Rio, MD Executive Associate […]

DETROIT, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — During the 2020 Election cycle, The Impact Network will present IMPACT THE VOTE: Voice of the People, an informative and provocative virtual roundtable hosted by award-winning journalist, Ed Gordon. The discussion will highlight essential conversations that bring awareness, attention, and action to remedy the cycle of cultural and societal issues facing the African-American […]

New York, NY — The National Action Network (NAN), founded by civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton, will convene its annual national convention from April 26-29 at the Sheraton Times Square (811 7thAvenue @ 52nd Street).  The convention is free and open to the public but registration is required and isolated events are ticketed. This will be the first […]

A new survey is revealing that Americans feel like Blacks were treated more fairly in 2007 than now.

The National Association of Real Estate Brokers’ State of Housing In Black America Report revealed some very shocking statistics as it relates to homeownership in…

By Raynard Jackson, NNPA Columnist: I was flipping through the TV channels last week and came across one of Spike Lee’s best movies, School Daze.  This was…

The World Health Organization announced Tuesday that cell phones raise the risk of cancer. The announcement, made after a team of international  scientists reviewed various studies on cell phone safety is particularly relevant to the black community as studies have consistently shown blacks to dominate cell phone use. Not to mention, African-Americans suffer the highest […]

Via:  www.newsone.com // A NewsOne Exclusive With everyone from celebrities and huge corporations to small businesses touting their efforts to “go green,” there’s no doubt that the environmental movement has become mainstream. But does environmentalism include Black people? Between dealing with a struggling economy and the host of other problems afflicting the community, some Black […]