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The Soul Mate Experiment opens April 23

Falling in love happens in a variety of ways. There are instances when love between two people develops at a snail’s pace. And on the flip side, there are moments when two people meet and instantly connect—this occurrence is often ...

Across Black America week of March 31, 2016

California Abre Conner and Novella Coleman are speaking out against a bar called the Brig in Fresno that they say kicked them out for “being Black.”

Across Black America week of March 23, 2016

Alabama The Grio reports that a high school student has started a movement to stop boys from wearing saggy pants.

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Alabama The Tuesday March 1 primary election in Jefferson County saw a record number of African Americans run in judicial races. Of the 26 Democrat candidates for the bench, 21 or 81 percent, were Black, according to

Across Black America week of March 3, 2016

California Three people were reportedly stabbed during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim last Saturday. One person reportedly ended up in critical condition after being stabbed with the tip of a flagpole. A total of 13 people

Across Black America week of Feb. 25, 20016.

California Rev. Jonathan E.D. Moseley Sr. was honored by Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN) Los

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Arizona The Arizona Department of Corrections, which reportedly had a long-term practice of assigning inmates to housing and employment based on their race and ethnicity, will now be required to desegregate its 10 prison facilities and end its racially discriminatory ...

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Arizona A headline in the Huffington Post reads: "NAACP Leader Uses F-Word to Apologize for Using T-Word After N-Word Meeting.” According to the story, an NAACP leader in Phoenix is under fire for sexist behavior that he displayed, after leaving ...

Across Black America week of Jan. 28

Arizona Singer John Legend and musician Juanes, who is from Colombia, performed outside of

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Alabama LaShandra Warren has made history in Montgomery by becoming the first African American named as county administrator at the Montgomery County Courthouse.

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Alabama LaShandra Warren has made history in Montgomery by becoming the first African American named as county administrator at the Montgomery County Courthouse.

Big plans slated for Leimert Park Village

As the Crenshaw/LAX Metro Line moves toward its expected 2019 opening, that won’t be the only project in the area caught in the gleaming spotlight of pride. County officials this month have unveiled final recommendations on what may be a ...

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Alabama Ruben Studdard, who was crowned champ of the second season of "American Idol" in 2003, has received a Master of Arts degree at Alabama A&M University, where he majored in voice studies during his undergrad tenure.

Across Black America week of Dec. 17, 2015.

Arizona The NAACP and a Civil Rights group representing Asian American women

Across Black America week of Dec. 10.

California New York Giants safety Nat Berhe said last week that he is “sick”