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Stories by Trice Edney

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George Curry dies at 69

Award winning Black journalist

Pioneering civil rights and Black political journalist George E. Curry, the reputed dean of Black press columnists because of his riveting weekly commentary in Black newspapers across the country,

Blackonomics

Black trade deficit

The more I see the statistics relating to the so-called “Black Economy” and “Black Buying Power,” the more desperate my message becomes and the more insulted I feel.

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Report: Reaching unbanked Black, Hispanic millennials possible with use of mobile services

Consumer banking relationships are being reshaped by mobile financial services, according to market research publisher Packaged Facts in the report, “Unbanked and Underbanked Consumers in the U.S.” For

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Clinton, Trump win big on ‘Super Tuesday’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and billionaire businessman Donald Trump won sweeping majorities of the votes in the 12 Super Tuesday states this week. But, as the polls closed, the Election

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Trayvon Martin murder basis of T.V. show

Planned to air in October

The television program “Law and Order: SVU” will air an episode in October based on the murder of an unarmed Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman.

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Eight years post-Katrina: New Orleans second among booming U.S. cities

African American recovery uneven

A report by Bloomberg Rankings pegs the New Orleans area, including neighbors Metairie and Kenner, as No. 2 on a list of “Top 12 American Boomtowns.”

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Vanessa Bush to head Essence

Brings a decade of experience at the magazine

Vanessa K. Bush, award-winning journalist, editor and author, has been named editor-in-chief of Essence.

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Seriously? Boehner scores a zero

The current tracking of Congress’ popularity shows that only 15 percent of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing. Now, House Speaker John Boehner

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More than 2,000 convictions to be reviewed due to invalid hair sample analysis

The U.S. Justice Department and the FBI will review more than 2,000 criminal convictions in which the FBI used microscopic hair sample analysis that has now been proven to be scientifically invalid. In some cases, hair sample analysis led to convictions of innocent individuals.

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Prison population drops for third consecutive year

But African Americans still account for 38 percent

The nation’s overall prison population in state and in federal institutions dropped for the third-consecutive year in 2012, but it was not necessarily good news for African Americans.

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Senate bill quietly curtails African immigration

Diversity Visa could be eliminated

Each year, 50,000 people are selected at random to immigrate to the United States. They don’t need specialized job skills or even a relative in the United States.