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Let it out, cry if you need to

By now,most of us are processing the events in Charleston, S.C., in various ways.

A call to courage in the hour of evil

Among the nine innocents murdered at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., this past Wednesday was Pastor Clementa Pinckney.

Children’s Aid Society honors Jesse Owens with student mural in Harlem

Author, community activist and founding president of BK Nation, Kevin Powell, the Children’s Aid Society and New York youth have unveiled a mural honoring Olympic gold medalist Jesse Owens.

NYC in mourning after Mother Bethel massacre

The names of nine African-Americans who were gunned down by a white man during a Bible study session at a historical Black church in Charleston, S.C., have been echoing across New York City since last week, as faith leaders, elected ...

New York mourns with Charleston

The nation remains in shock after a white gunman opened fire in a Black church in Charleston, S.C., killing nine people.

Min. Louis Farrakhan and leaders mobilizing for 20th anniversary of Million Man March

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will join with leaders from across the nation to officially announce plans for the Millions for Justice convening to demand justice and equality for all in America.

Inside a killer's mind: The Dylann Roof manifesto

Dylann Roof allegedly wrote a manifesto on hie views on America revealing his motivation for fatally shooting nine Black people at church in South Carolina

Victims' families to Roof: 'May God have mercy on you'

The man who confessed to killing nine people at a Black church in South Carolina has his bond hearing.

Juneteenth: 150th Anniversary of Black freedom

Freedom is worth celebrating and this Friday, June 19, marks African-Americans’ Independence day and America’s second Independence day.

Philadelphia CeaseFire changing high-risk young lives

The 22nd Police District in Philadelphia has the highest number of homicides and shootings in the city.

Caitlyn, gender identity, and the post-postmodern era

Let’s face it, with the grand debut of Bruce Jenner as a woman named Caitlyn (and the accompanying demand from the liberal media that we take it as anything more serious than attention-seeking narcissism), we have finally arrived at the ...

Revolutionary women educate youth by breaking down the system

In the wake of the McKinney, Texas, pool party incident, in which a white police officer used excessive force on an unarmed Black 15-year-old female, women gathered recently at the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Center in Harlem to ...

Hillary says she’s ready to be the first female president

For nearly an hour Saturday on Roosevelt Island, Hillary Clinton, with several impressive “formers” in front of her name, opened her presidential campaign full bore, invoking past presidents, including her husband, Bill, and memories of her mother.

TRANSCRIPT: Statement by President Barack Obama on the shooting in Charleston, S.C.

President Barack Obama speaks on the church massacre in South Carolina

Nine massacred during prayer and bible study

Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white man, has been arrested in the mass shooting death of nine people, three men and six women, during a prayer meeting and bible study Wednesday evening at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, ...