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The annexation of Palestinian territory is illegal

By Bill Fletcher, Jr., NNPA Newswire Contributor Let’s be clear and not try to fool one another. There is no basis in international law for the planned Israeli annexation of Palestinian territory. None. In some respects, this column could end right here. There is no further explanation necessary. Both the Israelis and the US political…

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Counseling Helps in Adapting to a New Norm

By Dr. Stacia’ Alexander, Texas Metro News, iMessenger Media The sudden call to think extremely out of the norm took nearly the entire population of the world out of their comfort zone. Many took the stance of a sincere awareness, but some were so distanced from it that there was little change in pattern. They…

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By Ray Curry, Secretary-Treasurer, UAW Over the past weeks across the nation, united demonstrations have made the message clear: People have had enough of the ongoing struggle for equality and equity, of the battle against systemic injustice, and the fear of being a person of color in America. The catalyst for the latest demonstrations was…

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Looters, Lowlifes, and Liars

By Julianne Malveaux ( – According to the Washington Post, the 45th President told 19,126 lies between his inauguration in 2017 and June 1, 2020. By now, the number has likely edged toward 20,000, as his Tulsa “rally” yielded dozens more. This President has no allegiance to the truth, but that’s no surprise. Leading up…

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The Sword of The Black Press

By the Florida Courier Staff Never heard of Lucius Gantt? Here’s a sample of why he’s been considered one of America’s most provocative Black journalists for more than 40 years: From “Jogging While Black” – I think closet Klansmen that are living by their guns today can easily die by a gunshot tomorrow, especially if they…

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As June 30 Application Deadline Nears, House Leaders Demand Details on PPP Small-Business Loan Program

By Charlene Crowell ( – As the remaining days dwindle for small businesses to apply for loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), both banks and federal officials are being challenged by several House leaders to explain how the $670 billion program intended to aid the nation’s small businesses has actually been operating. Although…

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