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Missing girls stir renewed activism in D.C.
WASHINGTON—For years, activists like Natalie and Derrica Wilson, Tina Frundt, Henderson Long and other concerned D.C. residents labored with little recognition or notice trying to bring attention to the hidden crisis of missing Black and Brown men, women and children.

All too often, the mainstream media ignored the plight of anguished parents and family members, while focusing the spotlight and attention on White girls and women who were missing or had been kidnapped.

Then someone sent out a tweet recently claiming erroneously that 14 girls had gone missing in 24 hours. The recent tweet spread like wildfire and was retweeted 47,000 times.

This fanned concerns and triggered the furor in the District of Columbia around the issue of missing Black and Latino girls. Entertainment and sports stars such as Sean Combs, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill, actresses Sanaa Lathan and Howard University graduate Taraji P. Henson, rapper and actor LL Cool J, the Washington Wizards’ phenom John Wall expressed concern about what’s going on.

Updated Mar 27, 2017 - 11:51:27 PM

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Black women still stalked by HIV and AIDS
Statistics indicate U.S. HIV infection rates have declined, but Black women are still disproportionately affected by the disease compared to their female counterparts. According to the Centers for Disease Control, rates of HIV infection among Black women fell 42 percent from 2005 to 2014.
Updated Mar 29, 2017 - 1:47:53 PM

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Black Caucus meets with President Trump on public policy in first and unpopular step
WASHINGTON - When members of the Congressional Black Caucus met with President Trump, he suggested possible monthly meetings. Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond felt meeting every 60 days might be overkill, but there was talk of meeting every other month.
Updated Mar 29, 2017 - 1:45:02 PM

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Water Is Life Expo connects Flint and Standing Rock struggles
FLINT, Mich.—A weekend event devoted to connecting the Flint water crisis and Standing Rock anti-Dakota Access oil pipeline movement included workshops, entertainment, and a tour of the city.
Updated Mar 29, 2017 - 1:43:30 PM

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Controversial 'Apartheid' Report Angers U.S., Israel
A mid-March report titled “Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid” caused political upheaval in the corridors of the United Nations.
Updated Mar 29, 2017 - 1:04:15 PM

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Mike Brown vindicated?
FERGUSON, Mo.—A new documentary about the life of Mike Brown and the struggle of his parents to get justice for the untimely killing of their 18-yearold son has sparked renewed controversy.
Updated Mar 24, 2017 - 1:42:35 PM

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Honoring Elijah: C.R.O.E.’s Work Bring Honor And Friendships In All Walks Of Life
CHICAGO—Co-founders Munir Muhammad, Shahid Muslim, and Halif Muhammad of C.R.O.E (Coalition for the Remembrance of Elijah Muhammad) recently opened the auditorium for a memorable reception, fundraiser and tribute to the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his work in uplifting the Black man and woman.
Updated Mar 24, 2017 - 11:05:39 AM

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Celebrating the life of Richard Muhammad
LOS ANGELES—Joy and pain dwelled on the faces of family and friends who filled the Harrison Ross Mortuary to celebrate the life of Richard Joseph Muhammad who returned to Allah on March 1, 2017.
Updated Mar 22, 2017 - 10:04:48 AM

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Fake Drug Stings Targeting Blacks And Latinos Scheduled For Hearings
CHICAGO—Attorneys representing dozens of Black and Latino male defendants charged in federal drug conspiracy and gun cases, after being snared in fake drug house sting operations, are heading to federal court early next month in a battle to have the charges dismissed.
Updated Mar 22, 2017 - 10:03:01 AM

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Mass Incarceration And The Failure Of Black School Children
WASHINGTON—When “Debra,” not her real name, left to do a mandatory four-year minimum sentence for drug possession, she left her five-year-old daughter with her mother. It was her only option for care. Debra’s mom would be responsible for everything.
Updated Mar 22, 2017 - 10:01:36 AM

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Outrage grows as video of beauty supply worker choking Black woman goes viral
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Once again, the city finds itself in the national spotlight for rising tensions in the Black community. A patron at Missha beauty supply captured cell phone video of a violent exchange involving store supervisor, Sung Ho Lim, and an unidentified Black woman.
Updated Mar 22, 2017 - 9:56:02 AM

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