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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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Stacey Abrams shared her thoughts this week about becoming America’s first female vice president. On Thursday, Jan. 23, Abrams served as the keynote speaker at Morehouse College’s “Martin Luther King Jr. Collection Annual Lecture and Conversation Series.” During a discussion with Morehouse College professor David Wall Rice, Ph.D., inside the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center,…

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Stacey Abrams is deciding against a Senate run in 2020. She made that announcement in a video posted on Instagram Tuesday, April 30, 2019. The Georgia Democrat stated that her decision does not imply she’s finished with politics. On another social media platform, reports of Abrams’ announcement took an unlikely turn after Atlanta-based CBS46 News reporter…

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“Who run the world? Girls.” According to Beyoncé, the power of women is something to be reckoned with. Even Atlanta’s current mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms, let the world know women were strong, powerful and in charge when she blared the battle cry throughout the Georgia World Congress Center recently at her second annual “State of…

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Black Enterprise‘s Women of Power Summit is one of the top business events in America. This year’s conference, sponsored by Macy’s, AT&T, Pepsico, Toyota, Walmart, Pfizer and Dell, will feature some of the top business, political and cultural minds in the nation. Here are the five most intriguing events and speakers planned at Black Enterprise‘s 2019…

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And just like that, another 12 months have entered the history books. 2018 proved to be a year in which Black excellence prevailed in entertainment, politics, business and sports. In this year-in-review edition, we highlight the most impactful moments in Black culture of 2018. Music  The year began with Kendrick Lamar and TDE’s masterful soundtrack…

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After a week and a half of exhaustive and comprehensive post-election maneuvering, legal filings and dispatching scores of volunteers to the edges of the state to locate outstanding votes, former state representative Stacey Abrams, D-Georgia, has conceded the race for governor to Republican Brian Kemp. Abrams late Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, publicly acknowledged that Kemp will…

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Stacey Abrams’ fight to become the next governor of Georgia continues. On Nov. 14, Judge Steve C. Jones of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia ruled in favor of Abrams. The judge requires all counties statewide to accept absentee ballots with minor discrepancies. These were ballots which were cast by thousands of Georgians…

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Former Secretary of State Brian Kemp is guilty of committing assault on the American democratic process during the contentious race for Georgia governor, members of the Stacey Abrams campaign and several voters assert. A number of Georgia voters met at Abrams’ Atlanta campaign office on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, and described during a news conference numerous problems they faced…

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The gubernatorial race between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp continues one day after the Nov. 6 election. In a conference call to media, Abrams’ team revealed that she will not concede the election to Kemp until all votes are counted. Her team says that there are about 6,000 additional votes to come in this morning as…

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Democrats wrestled away control of the U.S. House of Representatives from Republicans and President Donald Trump during one of the greatest Election Day turnouts in modern American history. As it turns out, however, there was no “blue wave” and overwhelming repudiation of Trump’s divisive politics as political pundits and many candidates had hoped. Despite record numbers of…

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