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Foreign Interference in American Democracy Specifically Targeted African Americans, Bolstering Domestic Efforts to Suppress The Black Vote

May 6, 2019 -- Even as civil rights groups challenge racially-motivated voter suppression in the courts and state legislatures, an even more insidious enemy of democracy targets African Americans online, exploiting their trust and spreading disinformation, according to the 2019 State of Black America®.

Time to remediate the need for remediation in Mass state colleges, universities  By Henry M. Thomas III, CEO, Urban League of Springfield

WASHINGTON (JANUARY 30, 2019) -- The Leadership Conference Education Fund with Ethnic Media Service, hosted a telephone press briefing today featuring National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund, Asian Americans Advancing Justi

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The Capital Access Fund of Greater Cleveland (CAF), an $8 million loan fund started in 2016, was created to provide primarily African American and other minority small business owners with access to capital and technical assistance in order to...

T. McCall Electric & Plumbing is a family owned business, which provides electrical installation and plumbing services to commercial and residential clients. Tisheba McCall-Dixon and her two brothers inherited the business from their father...

Victoria (Vikki) Tyson first came to the Urban League of Philadelphia Entrepreneurship Center (ULEC) in 2011 interested in incorporating social media in her marketing strategy. She had already been operating Victoria's Kitchen on Ogontz Avenue in...

On Thursday, September 6, 2018 the Greater Houston Black Chamber (GHBC) announced the 24thPinnacle Awards honorees for this year’s Mack H. Hannah Jr. Upstart Award. This year, two HAUL Entrepreneurship Center clients, Henry Keculah Jr., Founder...

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