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July 2016

Beyond the DNC: Philly’s Black People Speak

The Democratic National Convention showed that Philly is definitely a tale of two cities.

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Film Screening, Panel Focus on Music and Activism of Mavis Staples

As a member of the Staples Singers, led by her father Roebuck “Pops” Staples, and a solo artist, Mavis Staples contributed to the soundtrack of the Civil Rights era, bringing contemporary pop hits that had a positive message such as “Long Walk to D.C.,” “When Will We Be Paid?,” and “I’ll Take You There.”

Regional Book Contest Enters Fifth Cycle

With the advent of an annual writing contest, parents and educators living along the East Coast can lay to rest their fears that their young ones won’t have many opportunities to read and write now the school year has ended.

EDITORIAL: Israel’s Newfound Love for Africa Comes at a Price

As always is the case, African leaders dealing with other heads of state and power brokers must stay true to their predecessors’ commitment to remain socially and economically independent.

Community Members Celebrate Kwame Ture’s 75th Birthday

During the last 30 years of his life, a period largely overlooked by the mainstream media, Ture organized globally and spread his message of Pan-African unification and anti-imperialism.

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