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  • WATCH: Lee blasts ‘anti-American’ groups: ‘The mob hates America on America’s dime’

    July 3, 2020 Comments Off on WATCH: Lee blasts ‘anti-American’ groups: ‘The mob hates America on America’s dime’
    ‘ Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah threatened Thursday to pull federal funding away from America’s cities and institutions of higher learning who he claimed have formed an “anti-American, anti-science, anti-establishment, anti-Constitution mob.” In a [...]
  • Combating the Pandemic: Honda & HBCUs Join Together

    July 2, 2020 Comments Off on Combating the Pandemic: Honda & HBCUs Join Together
    By Karley Chilombo TORRANCE, CA PRNewswire — At the end of March, nearly 250 students and coaches from 48 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were set to travel to California to compete for the [...]
  • Adolpho Birch, III is Going from the NFL’s League Office to the Titans’

    July 2, 2020 Comments Off on Adolpho Birch, III is Going from the NFL’s League Office to the Titans’
    By Kevin Patra/NFL NASHVILLE, TN — The Titans announced last week three additions to their front office, including Adolpho Birch III as Senior VP of Business Affairs and Chief Legal Officer. The team also announced [...]
  • Civil Rights Museum Seen as Alternative to Changing Road Named After Racist Senator

    July 2, 2020 Comments Off on Civil Rights Museum Seen as Alternative to Changing Road Named After Racist Senator
    By Clint Confehr COLUMBIA, TN — Several Maury County residents want to rename Carmack Boulevard “because of Edward Carmack’s racist history.” Knowing the late U.S. senator’s record, the mayor offered alternatives. “Instead of a change,” [...]
  • NAACP Headquarters Moving from Baltimore to Washington

    July 2, 2020 Comments Off on NAACP Headquarters Moving from Baltimore to Washington
    WASHINGTON, DC — Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser signed a letter of intent to move the NAACP into the Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs. “Washington, DC, sits at the epicenter of change,” Derrick Johnson, [...]

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