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‘Living the Pledge’ and looking aheadBy Nisa Islam, Staff Writer
Twenty-Five Years Later: REFLECTIONS ON THE MILLION MAN MARCHBy The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
Bold, Defiant Words From Mr. TrumpBy The Final Call
‘Why would we send our people to the slaughterhouse?’
By Charlene Muhammad, National Correspondent
- September 8, 2020
Scientist holds a coronavirus vaccine, conceptual image
Amid tens of thousands of new Covid-19 cases reported daily in the United States, the fever pitch to get a vaccine on the market in a fraction of the time it normally takes is pressing forward.
This, despite a lack of participation in clinical trials from Blacks, who second only to health workers, have been targeted for a vaccine by national health agencies. There is also an effort underway to get Black groups to co-sign the drive for the vaccine with top officials speaking to Black groups and organizations.
Justice for Breonna Taylor! Marches, protests, pressure still mounting, and a stubborn campaign pushes forward
By Anisah Muhammad, Contributing Writer
- August 25, 2020
Exposed on the world stage: U.S. police violate human rights at homeBy Anisah Muhammad, Contributing Writer