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Happy talk, no action in the voting rights shuffle

WASHINGTON—There were bold, thinly disguised gestures to convince the liberal, Democratic Party’s most loyal constituency—Black voters—that there is reason to hope for a brighter...

Black men not working: How our community loses $50 billion to joblessness, incarceration and...

by Naba’a Muhammad and Charlene Muhammad Not being able to work is never a good thing and Black male unemployment has been a constant problem...

Mosque Maryam in-person meetings bring excitement and rejuvenation

CHICAGO—Since resuming in-person Sunday meetings at Mosque Maryam in Chicago, spirits have been lifted and smiles are on people’s faces. Social media flooded with selfies...

‘An Instrument of God’: We Must Learn Our Value As Women

by Abisayo Muhammad As women we are oftentimes consumed with the needs of our families, our careers and the mission of uplifting our people, yet...

Lies don’t honor Dr. King

“I’m afraid that the administration of our nation is more concerned about winning an unwinnable war in Vietnam than about winning the war against...

International

Sudan’s protest movement and wisdom from the ‘Justice Or Else!’ anniversary gathering of the...

How long Sudan’s highly mobilized grassroots movement will stay the course until a civilian government is achieved is anyone’s guess. Military coup leaders have not...

‘20 Years of U.S. Torture and Counting’: Report Details Post-9/11 Abuse at Gitmo and...

by Jessica Corbett A report released nearly 20 years after the first prisoners arrived at Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, details “systematic abuses carried out by...