The Black Press Shows Resilience of the Black Community

For 190 years, the Black Press has chronicled the spirit and resilience of the African-American community.

Tackling Childhood Hunger at Kipp Central City

On Thursday, April 7th, Dibia DREAM and Hyatt B.L.A.C.K partnered to raise awareness of childhood hunger. In the program, deemed Carrying Dreams Home, each child is given a DREAMpak

Congressional Black Caucus Meets with NAACP

Congressman Cedric Richmond (LA-02), the Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, and other caucus members met with the National Newspaper Publication Association on Capital Hill.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee to Black Press: Trump has Endangered America

On a day that honored a stalwart of the Black Press and saw a liaison of the Trump Administration walk out on a breakfast with members of the Black Press

Black Press Week 2017 NNPA to Honor Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) will honor veteran Democratic strategist Donna Brazile with the 2017 Torch Award

CBO Scores Republican Healthcare Bill, Millions Lose Out

On Monday, March 13th, the Congressional Budget Office released a monetary analysis of the Republican-Proposed Healthcare Plan Replacement. The new policy, supported by President Trump, is expected to strip

Spears Group to Launch New Experimental Dining Series

Known for Dinner En Blanc, the Millennial Awards and the Fried Chicken Festival, The Spears Group, a New Orleans-based Public Relations Firm

Zulu Contributes to Crime Stoppers Efforts During Mardi Gras

Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club announced it will donate funds to support efforts by Crime Stoppers and the New Orleans Police Department to enhance public safety, particularly with the start of the Mardi Gras

NNPA Receives $1.5 Million Gates Grant for Education Campaign

When civil rights icon Dr. Benjamin Chavis was named president and CEO of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), he remained true to form, touting the Black Press

High School Artwork Pit Republicans against CBC on Capitol Hill

On January 10th, against the backdrop of President Obama’s Farewell Address, a nomination hearing for Sen. Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General and a press conference by Donald Trump, members of Congress

Rep. Richmond Joins CBC Colleagues to Testify Against Sen. Jeff Sessions AG Nomination

Today, Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman, Congressman Cedric Richmond (LA-02), joined his CBC colleagues, Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis (GA-05)

NAACP Leads Full Court Press Against Donald Trump's Attorney General Pick

The NAACP called a full court press opposing Senator Jeff Sessions’ nomination to replace Loretta Lunch as the next Attorney General of the United States.

Fox Host and St. Louis Police Group Want Teen’s Artwork Removed From U.S. Capitol

On December 29, Fox News personality Eric Bolling spoke out against a painting by a high school artist and constituent of Rep. Lacy Clay (D-Mo.), who represents greater St. Louis and the city of Ferguson, Missouri.

Historians Rank President Obama's Legacy

Supporters and critics alike may eventually come to view President Barack Obama’s two-term White House tenure the same way.

Despite the haters, Black Santa Thrives at Mall of America

Many White Americans cling to the notion that major religious and cultural figures are and have been represented as Caucasian, according to one professor