Articles in Food, Politics and Science

Over 100 People Killed by Police in March of 2015

by Ebony on

In March alone, 111 people died during police encounters. As in the past, numerous incidents were spurred by violent threats from suspects. However, the deaths follow a national pattern: suspects were mostly people of color, mentally ill, or both.... Read full article

Physicians are Entrepreneurs

by Denise Walker on

"When owning their own practice, doctors have to wear two hats. They have to be businessmen (women) and physicians. Unfortunately, they cannot be one or the other," stated CEO of JITA Medical Billing & Consulting, James Alexander.... Read full article

Don King has last word on Priebus

by Kenneth D. Miller on

“I’m not speaking because Reince Priebus is still thinking he don’t like black people,” King told reporters outside the Quicken Loans arena where the convention is being held.... Read full article

Kamala Harris Wins Race, Becomes 1st Black to Represent California in U.S. Senate

by Dr. Valerie Wardlaw - L.A. Watts on

Harris becomes the second Black woman elected to the Senate and the sixth Black U.S. Senator in the country’s history. She is also the first Black and third woman to represent California in the U.S. Senate.... Read full article

Bed-Vyne Wine Founders Talk Nelson Mandela, Tasting Tips And Branding

by Kevin L. Clark on

Brooklyn, New York City is an ever-changing hub of possibilities. The borough, most famous for birthing greats such as Michael Jordan, the Three Stooges and Christopher Wallace, has another entry to be extremely proud of: Bed-Vyne Wine.... Read full article

28 Year-Old Tech Lover Develops App That Allows You To Take Back Those Messy Text Messages

by Madame Noire - Lauren R. D Fox on

Mistakes happen, and On Second Thought is here to help you fix them. Take control over your communication with the first messaging app that lets you recall text messages.... Read full article

Hampton University Opens Doors to Former ITT Tech Students

by Arrionne Nettles - Chicago Defender on

"Hampton University-University College is working to create a seamless pathway for former ITT Tech students,” said Kim Luckes, J.D., Dean of Hampton University-University College. ... Read full article

Lack of Venture Capital and Bankers Stifles Economic Growth in Communities of Color

by R. Donahue Peebles - NewsOne Now on

“The minority business community would have employed more than 16 million workers, generated more than $2.5 trillion in gross receipts, and expanded the tax base by more than $100 billion.” R. Donahue Peebles... Read full article

Sherman Weston, the Modern Day Chris Gardner of the Pursuit of Happyness

by Roger Caldwell/Millions Two One Staff on

Mr. Weston could be described as the modern day Chris Gardner, played by Will Smith in the Pursuit of Happyness before he went to work on Wall Street.... Read full article

Have You Heard of the BLACK PRESS?

by Millions Two One Staff on

“It is an historical fact that no racial group of people anywhere in the world since the invention of the printing press, have attained freedom or appreciably improved their status without the aid of their own militant press…" Frank L. Stanley, NNPA... Read full article

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