Top Racial Justice Group Opposes Trump Court Pick Steven Menashi

10/01/2019 04:11 pm ET By Jennifer Bendery The nation’s leading racial justice legal organization announced that it is opposing President Donald Trump’s judicial nominee Steven Menashi, an already contentious court pick drawing the ire of progressives and at least one key Senate Republican. “On behalf of the NAACP Legal Defense

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Trump Singles Out 4 Congresswomen Of Color, 2 Jewish Lawmakers As ‘Democrat Savages’

09/28/2019 10:41 pm ET By Mary Papenfuss President Donald Trump attacked “Democrat savages” in a vicious new tweet Saturday following the launch of a formal impeachment inquiry — and specifically referred to four congresswomen of color and Jewish lawmakers Rep. Jerry Nadler (N.Y.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.). He singled

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Truck Driver Launches Eat Black Owned to Help Travelers Find Black-Owned Restaurants

by  Simone Johnson September 16, 2019 As a truck driver, Edward Dillard understands the struggle of searching for black-owned restaurants when in a different city. That’s why he created Eat Black Owned, a website that helps customers locate black-owned eateries around the country. For nearly 15 years, Dillard has been a

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$1.6 Million in Grants to Organizations Dedicated to Uncovering Untold Stories and Preserving Black History

ADW News Desk July 8, 2019 Morris Brown College’s Fountain Hall is among the 22 recipients of $1.6 million in grant funds from the National Trust for Historic Preservation through its African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund (Action Fund). The award was announced at Essence Festival in New Orleans last

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Bob Johnson, BET Founder, Praises Trump, Says Democrats Have Moved “Too Far Left”

by  Samara Lynn July 9, 2019 Black Enterprise Magazine In an interview with CNBC, America’s first black billionaire and the founder of BET, Robert L. Johnson weighed in on what he sees as problems with the Democratic Party. “The party in my opinion, for me personally, has moved too far

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