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Jon Lafayette business editor of Broadcasting+Cable Continued cord-cutting and the shift to streaming resulted in what analyst Michael Nathanson of MoffettNathanson called a “shocking” 39% decline in total-day C3 ratings for broadcast in July. Nathanson noted that a...
How America skillfully denied a million Black WWll Vets benefits that would have changed the lives of Blacks today
By The History Channel Veterans lining up for a last day rush to get counseling on GI bill educational courses at the New York regional office Veterans Administration on July 25, 1951. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Those students who did try to attend college found...
A Humanitarian People Vikki N. Jenkins, UIN sTAFF firstname.lastname@example.org Traditionally, African people have a human spirit from which they cared about other humans regardless of their ethnicity or “race”. The latter category was introduced into the modern world...
Harvard has no shame Harvard recently announced that they were going to pay the descendants of the African Americans they owned 100 million dollars in Reparations. Harvard University President Lawrence Bacow said that the slaves they owned played a “significant” role...
Vikki Jenkins UIN Staff email@example.com Black Lives Matter, but not in the United States of America. The execution of Patrick Lyoya by a Grand Rapids police officer, along with media attempts to humanize the executioner as a missionary in Africa, a...
reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones said the American people will not "willfully" work to confront the "anti-Blackness" in society, said that they have been "taught the history of a country that does not exist," and suggested there must be a "serious examination" after...
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