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Looking Back, Looking Forward

by Katrina L. Rogers

This week marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, forever changing New Orleans and… Read More

Back From the Brink… in Style<br />

Back From the Brink… in Style

by Aliya S. King

Jenna Lee, 22, was always a determined, hardworking student. And she always knew what school she wanted to attend after graduation—Temple… Read More

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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

Racial Justice Groups Launch Website Detailing the Neglect of Black New Orleans

'Katrina Truth' Site Details Neglect of Black New Orleans

by Daniel Kerry

On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, with New Orleans facing the greatest devastation. More than 1,800 lives… Read More

EBONY Magazine Ferguson One Year Later Michael Brown

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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1,000 Black Activists, Artists, and Scholars Demand Justice for Palestine

by Kristian Davis Bailey and Khury Petersen-Smith

Over 1,000 Black activists, artists, scholars, students, and organizations have launched… Read More

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Anti-Abortion Advocates Don't Care About Black People

by Renee Bracey Sherman

Anti-abortion advocates don’t care about Black people. They never have. And frankly, I don’t believe they ever will. I’m… Read More

EBONY Magazine What Happened to All the Schools in New Orleans?

What Happened to New Orleans Schools?

by R.L. Hill

When Angela Lockley started to reconstruct her family’s life after the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina, two big questions… Read More

Judicial Juxtaposition<br />

Judicial Juxtaposition

by #teamEBONY

Bold headlines dominated the globe this year after the U.S. Supreme Court decided health care should remain affordable for all people and, in a separate… Read More

Cops Forcibly Search Woman's Vagina After Smelling Weed in Her Car

Was a Black Woman Sexually Assaulted by Texas Cops Over Weed?

by Jamilah Lemieux

You ever come across a story so terrible, you try to convince yourself you didn’t actually hear or see it? I will admit that… Read More

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