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Recently Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion were in the headlines again — not about Megan’s gunshot wound to the foot or Cardi’s conversations with politicians but their collaboration and the explicit lyrics in their new single “WAP,” which is #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. The video for the track featured a mansion…

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In what could be considered his most scathing speech as a prominent figure, former President Barack Obama delivered a message to the American people that served as a key moment during the third day of the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Obama addressed the nation during a live feed delivered at the Museum of the American…

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U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, is eligible to become the vice president or president of the United States under the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. This incontrovertible fact was confirmed by a bevy of media outlets and pundits who already knew that the former Bay Area prosecutor and California attorney general possessed the requisite qualifications…

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An NBA photographer was fired for a racial attack against Kamala Harris on social media. Bill Baptist, who had served as an NBA photographer for over 30 years, posted a meme on Facebook that disparaged Harris, who is the Democratic vice presidential candidate, according to ESPN. WNBA legend Sheryl Swoopes blew the whistle on the…

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Joe Biden selected California Sen. Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate. If Biden wins the general election in November, Harris could make history thrice as the first female, Black woman and Asian American to hold the nation’s No. 2 spot in American history. Biden, 77, the presumptive presidential nominee for the Democratic Party, made…

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In an effort to stave off a catastrophic economic crash and aid families, businesses and schools during the nationwide shutdown, Congress reached an agreement on a $2 trillion stimulus package. Some conservatives, however, took umbrage that the deal included $13 million earmarked for Howard University, one of the country’s premier HBCUs. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida,…

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Now that Democratic presidesntial front-runner Joe Biden finally has carved out some space between himself and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the former vice president can exhale deeply. The significant delegate lead he has over his rival has seemingly fortified the 77-year-old sufficiently enough to make audacious declarations as he did during the televised Democratic presidential…

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Macire Aribot is a native Atlantan and who is passionate about policy advocacy and poverty reduction. The Mercer University senior is on track to graduate in May 2020 with bachelor’s degrees in international affairs and global development studies. During her undergraduate years, Aribot served several organizations in leadership capacities and became a member of Alpha…

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According to multiple sources and a tweet from her personal account, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., has dropped out of the 2020 presidential campaign, effective immediately. While she qualified for the December debate, the overwhelming perception is that she did not have enough financial backing to continue. According to CNN, “The California Democrat informed her senior…

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.,  addressed hundreds at the 2019 National Urban League Conference. Held at the Indiana Convention Center, the event gave Harris a platform to speak directly about leadership in the Black community. Harris talked about being raised in Oakland, California, and finding inspiration in Black civil rights attorneys such as Thurgood Marshall and…

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Kamala Harris is facing issues related to her ethnicity. Harris made headlines on June 27 during the Democratic presidential debate by saying that she was the only African American woman on stage that evening. However, Harris caught backlash on social media and by several White Republicans who are questioning her race. Harris, 54, was born…

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Celebrities, politicians and community members enjoyed an evening filled with accolades, celebration and calls to action at the Detroit NAACP’s 64th annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner. The theme for this year’s event, held Sunday, May 5, 2019, at the Cobo Center, was “Freedom knows only one direction … Forward!” Kamilia Landrum, the Detroit chapter’s executive director, says the…

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