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Nation’s Smallest Small Businesses Get Left Behind During COVID-19

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Algerians Find Smartphones Are A Lockdown Essential

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The 18th U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Regina Benjamin, joins National Newspaper Publishers Coronavirus Pandemic...

By BlackPressUSA PULL QUOTE: NNPA NEWSWIRE — “I am honored to collaborate with the NNPA on behalf of the American Heart Association to share facts and insights to support the health news and resources shared directly with African American communities,”...

TSD Nets $50,000 Facebook Journalism Project Grant

By BlackPressUSA PULL QUOTE: NEW TRI-STATE DEFENDER — Our selection largely reflects the dedicated work of our boots-on-the-ground staffers, freelancers and contributing associates. Performing well during the pandemic means conveying timely/needed information for safety and security, growth and development. They’ve...

Census 2020: You Count, So Be in That Number

By Ralph E. Moore Jr. Special to the AFRO Every 10 years every person in the United States and its territories must be counted; that’s the law. The counting has been done since the year 1790 or 24 times up to...

Couple Launch Black-Owned CBD Store

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COUPLE OPENS NEW BLACK, VETERAN-OWNED CBD STORE OFFERING NATURAL AND HOLISTIC PRODUCTS Richmond, VA (BlackNews.com) -- Radio show personalities Nikki "The Yin" and Antonio "The Yang" Carrington have launched their new company, Burning Bush Oils, and are already experiencing overwhelming...

Kid’s Books Help Explain Ahmaud Arbery Case

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FATHERHOOD ADVOCATE PENS CHILDREN'S BOOKS THAT HELP PARENTS DISCUSS AHMAUD ARBERY CASE Atlanta, GA (BlackNews.com) -- Kenneth Braswell, Atlanta-based CEO of Fathers Incorporated, has authored two children's books, Daddy, There's a Noise Outside and Daddy Can I Cry? to specifically...

AUTONETWORK ON BLACKPRESSUSA: 2020 Nissan Sentra SR

By Frank S. Washington, NNPA Newswire Contributor DETROIT – We did not get as much seat time in the 2020 Nissan Sentra as we would have liked thanks to the lock-down brought about by the coronavirus. But we did spend enough...

HUGS Free Vitual Healing with Telehealth Sessions

HUGS Providing Free Vitual Healing with Telehealth Sessions There have been challenging days in the past three months, and Americans expect some difficult days ahead. All over the globe everyone has been impacted by the coronavirus -Covid-19 health crisis, and...

Vigil For Shooting Victim Deniro Monts This Saturday In District Heights

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Acting Mayor looks to inspire anti-violence awareness and community mentorship DISTRICT HEIGHTS, MD – Nearly one week after 18-year-old Deniro Monts was fatally shot in Prince George’s County, a vigil will be held to honor his life and call for...

Doctors Sending Black Patients Home to Die

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NEW SONG CALLS OUT DOCTORS WHO SEND BLACK PATIENTS HOME TO DIE Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- A new song about the Coronavirus is infecting Black America with some very powerful, hard-hitting lyrics. The song, written and song by a father whose...

Louisville Chief, Under Fire in Black Woman’s Death, Retires

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By DYLAN LOVAN, Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky police chief is abruptly retiring as calls for his ouster intensified in the wake of a fatal shooting by officers of a Black woman in her home. Louisville Police Chief...

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