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Donald Trump says he’s considering a posthumous pardon for boxing’s first black heavyweight champion more than 100 years after the late Jack Johnson was convicted by all-white jury of accompanying a white woman across state lines. President Trump announced Saturday on Twitter that the actor Sylvester Stallone, a friend of

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Local 38 is taking applications for apprentice training for plumbers, steamfitters etc. May 29-June 7

Survivors of Lucasville Uprising denied phone calls and threatened with solitary to censor them

A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist David Cay Johnston on Why Donald Trump's Presidency is Far Worse Than You Think

Trump considering pardon for late boxer Jack Johnson

Black community leaders rally in support of voter registration

Emergency action alert: The men who wrote the historic Agreement to End Hostilities are back in solitary – release them!

New Research (Again) Shows That It was Racism and Sexism--and Not "Working Class Anxiety"--That Elected Donald Trump

Black Maternal Health Week addresses deadly disparities in health care for black women and babies

Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship offers two college scholarships to Black women – apply by June 15

What the Starbucks Incident Tells Us About Implicit Bias

Do NOT privatize San Francisco’s public health clinics

New museum chief fiercely promotes African art, but faces a more prosaic problem at home

A call for justice for the real victims in the Tetra Tech scandal: taxpayers and sick Treasure Island and Hunters Point residents

Melonie and Melorra Green speak on the economic and medical benefits of marijuana

The City of Arcata receives notice for damages in David Josiah Lawson’s death after police chief resigns

Find the root of the rot: ‘Follow the Money: Flashpoints Radio Voices for Peace and Justice’ released on Tax Day

Why America’s Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis

A Conversation with historian Ed Ayers on why Americans are still fighting about the Civil War

#BoycottStarbucks: Video Shows 2 Black Men Arrested for Sitting at Starbucks

Winnie Madikizela Mandela (1936-2018)

Response to ‘the real story of Midtown’ from tenants who also live there

Entercom (previously known as CBS Radio) seeks Digital Content Producer, Traffic Reporter, GSM and Digital Sales Specialist

Black Teen Knocks on Door for Directions - Homeowner Shoots - Only One Thing Saves the Kid’s Life

In remembrance: Kiilu Nyasha

The highest salute to the late Black Panther veteran Kiilu Nyasha!

SFPD whistleblower claims retaliation after reporting racial, religious harassment

The strange silence of Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Feinstein over the $1 billion US fraud scandal with Tetra Tech at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

Lucasville Rebellion, longest prison ‘riot’ in history, began 25 years ago, on April 11, 1993

Donald Trump Again Shows That He is The Very Definition of a Fascist

The crime that turned Central Africa into a vast killing ground

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