Mizzou Professor 'Embarrassed' About Actions During Protests

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Mizzou Professor 'Embarrassed' About Actions During Protests

Melissa Click apologized for calling for "some muscle" to remove a student journalist away from protesters in November.

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Mizzou Professor 'Embarrassed' About Actions During Protests

Mizzou Professor 'Embarrassed' About Actions During Protests

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Justice Department Has 'Strong' Position Against Ferguson in Lawsuit

Justice Department Has 'Strong' Position Against Ferguson in Lawsuit

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[IN MY LIFETIME] Author Niya Brown Matthews on Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison

[IN MY LIFETIME] Author Niya Brown Matthews on Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison

On this day

...2012

On this day in 2012, singer Whitney Houston died in Beverly Hills, CA.

EBONY Magazine February 2016

News & Views / Social Justice & Activism

We Fight, We Love -- A Revolutionary Act

BY Dante Barry

I was at a bar with friends the night George Zimmerman was found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin, and I remember the anger… [read more]

Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

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Al Sharpton, Bernie Sanders Dine in Harlem

BY #teamEBONY

Bernie Sanders, fresh off a sweeping victory in New Hampshire, broke bread with Al Sharpton Wednesday in Harlem. The move is Sanders'… [read more]

Lisa Borders Named WNBA President

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Lisa Borders Named WNBA President

by #teamEBONY

Lisa Borders is the new WNBA President, the league announced Wednesday. Borders, who helped bring the Dream to Atlanta in 2008… [read more]

Robert Townsend Stays in the Shuffle [INTERVIEW]<br />

Entertainment & Culture / TV & Film

Robert Townsend Stays in the Shuffle [INTERVIEW]

BY Craigh Barboza

Robert Townsend is not the brash young upstart he once was in the 1980s. He just recently turned 59, and no longer frequents the… [read more]

Ferguson Police Department

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Ferguson Sued by Federal Government

BY #teamEBONY

The federal government sued the city of Ferguson on Wednesday, one day after the city council voted to revise an agreement aimed at improving… [read more]

[IN MY LIFETIME] John Carlos and the Black Power Salute at the 1968 Olympics

Black History / Icons & Legends

[IN MY LIFETIME] John Carlos and the Black Power Salute at the 1968 Olympics

BY #teamEBONY

We had about 20-30 minutes max to plan. The original idea was to boycott the Olympic Games. We wanted to bring light to the fact that although we… [read more]

Family Wants Answers After Teen Fatally Shot by Cop

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Family Wants Answers After Teen Fatally Shot by Cop

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A family in Austin, Tex., is questioning the circumstances behind the shooting death of an unarmed and naked teenager by a police officer. The… [read more]

EBONY Magazine February 2016

Life / Family/Parenting

I’d Loved Before, But Never Like This

BY asha bandele

It’s not as though there is anything special my daughter, Nisa, is doing. As I write this, she is leaning back, listening to… [read more]

For Activist Rev. Sekou, ‘The Revolution Has Come’ [INTERVIEW]<br />

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For Activist Rev. Sekou, ‘The Revolution Has Come’ [INTERVIEW]

BY Brooke Obie

This week, St. Louis activist and theologian Reverend Osagyefo Sekou was acquitted of charges stemming from his involvement in a… [read more]

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