Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle head for runoff in Chicago Mayoral Election

By: Flomo Yarkapawolo Come April 2, Chicago will elect its first black woman as mayor. The two leading contenders in

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Andrew Gillum, 39-year-old, FAMU alumnus could be Florida’s first black governor

Andrew Gillum, 39-year-old, and a graduate of a Historically Black University, Florida A&M University, could make history by becoming Florida's

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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson strikes down Trump order making it easy to fire federal workers

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, a federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, struck down key

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Kofi Annan, Ghana’s gift to the world, has died at 80

By: Flomo Yarkpawolo The Annan Foundation and Annan family today issued a statement announcing that former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi

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Voter Suppression Alert – Georgia To Close Black Populated Voting Precincts

By: Flomo Yarkpowolo Randolph County, a predominately black county in Georgia is closing 7 of its 9 voting precincts before

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