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November 21 – December 4, 2019
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Virginia's Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call For Republicans

Far too many of the party's leadership have bought into this idiotic "White turnout" approach to elections across the country. This approach simply says: focus on White turnout and depress the turnout within the Black community by going negative.
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We need $1,415 by Tuesday, Dec 3

We have the books. We have the space. However, we need financial donations to ship the books and other materials.
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From Our Archives: Surviving the South Pacific

The other day, I got a letter from a Solomon Islander. The letter warmly stated, "Dear Colour, how are you? Don't forget to tell your friends that Black people are here."
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Worku Gachou

Constituency for Africa Forum: Being Honest About Africa

Like Worku Gachou, other presenters including Florizelle Liser, President of the Corporate Council on Africa, gave frank pictures of Africa. Liser talked of how shocked she was when she first learned that Africa contributed only two percent to world trade and relieved that it has grown to three percent.
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What If The Bear Market Is Already Over?

Everyone seems to be looking for the next recession – and the next bear market – but what if both already happened?


The festival will include travel information, food samples, music, and international shopping. Several African and countries dominated by the African Diaspora will participate.
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It's the holiday season in the United States; therefore, there is the Trot for a Turkey in Prince Georges County, Maryland, BZB Holiday Gift & Art Show in Washington, and the Holiday Bazaar & Wellness Bazaar in Gary. And there are other diverse events including the South African Reggae Summit (SARSA) Education in Johannesburg.
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Readers' Trends

History–based stories are our bedrock and the last issue's "Afro–American Historical and Genealogical Society Speaker on Overcoming 1890 Census Hurdle" was number one. A history–based story was also number one on the web and a history making story was number one on Facebook.
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