Category : Southeast

by Editor Admin - 4 days ago

Ellis: COVID-19 Cases Increasing, Now what?

By Glenn Ellis At least 15,000 Black Americans would still be alive if they had died of COVID-19 at the same rate as White Americans. This is according to publication of a recent study from the APM Research Lab called, “The Color of Coronavirus”. Ju...

by Editor Admin - 4 days ago

One Black Athlete Can Change Sports History

Mark Stallworth Miami Times Contributor – Sports has become a billion dollar industry through the inclusion of talented Blacks. The Black athlete is the most powerful athlete in sports. How is it that the revenue of professional sports leagu...

by Editor Admin - 4 days ago

Schools to get $48M in COVID-19 relief funds from state

By Alabama Newscenter Staff Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has allocated millions of dollars for Alabama schools, colleges and universities to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 as they reopen in the fall. (Hal Yeager/Governor’s Office) Gov. Kay Ivey awa...

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Black Panther Party Expanding Appeal to New Generation

By Lynn Jones – The local New Black Panther Partner can still boast that the legendary organization remains on the front-line for justice. Currently, the local chapter is building up youth with their new ‘Black Youth Movement, Inc.’ subsidiary....

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Be committed to marriage . . . it’s a lot of work

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like to be considered for a future “Hello’’ column, or know someone, please send nominations to E...