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The Biden administration is concerned about the limited information on Blacks and Hispanics who have been vaccinated. BY FRANCESCA CHAMBERS AND MICHAEL WILNER TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON — Biden administration officials are expressing frustration over inadequate data on how many Black and Hispanic Americans have received COVID-19 vaccines, after the Centers for Disease Control and […]

“Although the court did not deny that voter discrimination still exists, it gutted the most powerful tool this nation has ever had to stop discriminatory voting practices from becoming law. Those justices were never beaten or jailed for trying to register to vote. They have no friends who gave their lives for the right to […]

Editor’s note – Actor Ossie Davis delivered this eulogy at Faith Temple Church of God In Christ in New York City on February 27, 1965. Malcolm was murdered on February 21, 1965. Here at this final hour, in this quiet place, Harlem has come to bid farewell to one of its brightest hopes – extinguished […]

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is at it again. The UAW was once the fighter for workers’ rights and decent pay. That has become passé since the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the US Department of Labor being the watchdog on human resources management. Union unnecessary Frankly, the need for […]

In Detroit, Obama hails the auto industry’s comeback. Meanwhile, a report indicates illegal immigration is at a 10-year low – contrary to Republican talking points – as the Supreme Court agrees to review the volatile issue. COMPILED FROM WIRE REPORTS DETROIT – President Barack Obama got a real taste of Detroit on Wednesday, grabbing lunch […]

Amidst all the commentary in the so-called “mainstream” press on the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and the recent flap over the Confederate flag, White historian James W. Loewen wrote in the Washington Post, “Confederates lost the war but won the history.” Having had the life-changing, mind-expanding experience in my twenties of […]