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Teen Shot by NJ Cops Released from Hospital

by D. Smith

The 14-year-old who was shot by police as he ran from them has been released from the hospital, reports Read More

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As The World Looks Away, We Fight On

by Tory Russell

Where should I begin? Should I list the accomplishments? Listing how quickly we were invited to the White House? Or how the Ferguson… Read More

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Civil Rights Icon Julian Bond Has Died

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We salute the legacy of an icon who has graced the covers of both JET and EBONY magazines. JET reports on the passing of Julian Bond… Read More

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Leslie McSpadden: 'Honor My Son'

by Leslie McSpadden

 It's hard to say how I want the world to remember my son because you have to really know someone to honor the person properly… Read More

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Resistance Is Black Tradition

by Brittany Packnett

I was raised to believe that God's grace and the wealth of Black tradition placed in me all the things I will ever need. … Read More

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Montague Simmons and OBS: Revolutionary Re-Up

by Jamilah Lemieux

While many of the activists who have sustained the Ferguson resistance movement over the course of the past year found themselves… Read More

EBONY Magazine Ferguson Missouri Michael Brown

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One Year Later

Photographs of 14-year-old Emmett Till’s disfigured remains appeared in the Sept. 15, 1955 issue of JET magazine. His mother… Read More

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DeRay McKesson: He, the Protestor

by Jamilah Lemieux

DeRay McKesson has become one of the most visible faces of the Ferguson resistance movement, despite the fact that he’s a Baltimore… Read More

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Celebrating the Voting Rights Act and Connecting to History in Our National Parks

by Jonathan B. Jarvis

On August 6, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law. It was one of the most important moments of the… Read More

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