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Grammy Award-Winning Singer / Songwriter NE-YO Releases New Single "She Knows" Featuring Juicy J
Bread for the World: Americans Slowly Starting to Climb out of Poverty, According to New Census Data
New York Blood Center Receives $2 Million in NIDA Funding to Develop HIV Self-Testing Intervention
Honda Battle of the Bands Readies to "March On" to the Georgia Dome Spanish
"Going Global Without Risk" Will Stream in 60 Languages from the World Trade Center Atlanta
unite4:good and Thurgood Marshall College Fund Announce scholarship4:good Winners
Ford Supports Second Season of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on PBS
Americans agree on success factors
History Colorado Extends Invitation for Special Preview of Traveling Exhibit "RACE: Are We So Different?"
PHEN to Host 10th Annual African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit Addressing African American Men's Most Pressing Prostate Cancer Issues September 25-26, on Capitol Hill
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society Launches the Broward 100 Lecture Series with Samuel F. Morrison's talk on the History of the African American Research Library and Cultural Center
Civil Rights Leader John Lewis, Portrait of an American Hero
Hugh Jackman To Lead Host Committee For Third Annual Global Citizen Festival
Majority of Workers Don't Aspire to Leadership Roles, Finds New CareerBuilder survey English Members Voice Strong Opposition To Senate Commerce Committee Video Bill
Enterprise Holdings Recognized for Commitment to Supplier Diversity
Professional Diversity Network Jobs Report Reveals Gaps in Pay and Leadership Opportunities for Women and Minorities English
U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for September 6
New Memoir Chronicles 50 Years Of Activism
Teamsters Launch Campaign Against Republic Services' Discrimination in the South
NAMIC Previews Speaker Line-Up For 28th Annual Conference Held As Part Of The Cable Industry's Diversity Week
MP3Waxx to Host a Special Deejays & Producers Honors Luncheon BET Hip Hop Awards 2014 Weekend
New Report Finds Adult Obesity Rates Increased in Six States
ConnXus partners with National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources
KPMG Foundation Awards $470,000 in Scholarships to Minority Accounting Doctoral Scholars
Race Forward Announces Workshops for Facing Race National Conference
Carnival Cruise Lines Partners With the Tom Joyner Foundation for the 2015 Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage
1966 Magazine Cover Girl Paloma Ford Brings Sultry Pop to Meek Mill's "I Don't Know"
Vanilla Puddin' Selected as Official White Wine of Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade's Wedding Ceremony at Chateau Artisan in Miami Beach
U R Curly® Travel and Trial Sizes Now Available at Dollar Tree
The Georgia Institute of Cosmetology debuts new Beauty School in Cumming, Georgia and launches brand new website!
CAIR Asks DOJ to Probe Minn. Police Tasing of Black Man Who Thought He Was Sitting in Public Space
Momentum Gaining At Nation's Oldest HBCU
Renowned Southern University Marching Band To Join Citgo, Audubon Nature Institute And Coalition To Restore Coastal Louisiana At Restoration Volunteer Event
Coors Light® Continues Its Commitment To Historically Black Colleges And Universities English
New US study shows some minority groups with diabetes experience positive psychological outcomes but report high levels of diabetes distress
Essence First-Ever Street Style Block Party & Awards Celebrates Real Women With Great Style During New York Fashion Week
KEM Tops Multiple Charts With New Album Promise to Love Available Now
The Allstate Tom Joyner Family Reunion Celebrates Labor Day with Star Power
Legendary Singer Dionne Warwick To Release New Album: "Feels So Good"
African Women's Cancer Awareness Association (AWCAA) Celebrates 10 Years Of Saving Lives
Novus Content Distributes "The Wu-Tang Clan - Popa Wu, A 5% Story" For Nationwide Release In November 2014
Voto Latino and Global Grind Launch "United We Win" Campaign
The Stephan Co. Launches LeKair® Natural Curls with Avocado Oil for African-American Women Who Prefer to 'Go Natural'
Statement by U.S. Conference of Mayors Leaders on the Current Situation in Ferguson, the Administration's Response, and Further Needed Action English
Missouri Governor Receives Offer For Six-Year-Old Violinist Leah Flynn To Play "Let There Be Peace On Earth And Let It Begin With Me"
Counterpoint TV Features Education Advocate and Local Movie Producer
Progress on Civil Rights Slow
Cities United Mayors React to Unrest in Ferguson
CAIR: National Director of Muslim Civil Rights Group Attends Michael Brown Funeral

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