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TELE-MED Seeks to Overcome Physician Shortages, Health Care Disparities

A recent report by the D.C. Board of Medicine should give us all cause for concern because it is a microcosm of a more...

Crime, Billy O on Fox and Trayvon: Beware of Fatal Distraction

By Rev. Al Sharpton This Monday afternoon I, along with a dozen other civil rights and voting rights leaders, joined President Obama and Attorney General...

Private Prisons Equal Big Business

By Stacy Brown of the Washington Informer While newly appointed Federal Communications Commission Acting Chair Mignon Clyburn and members of the Congressional Black Caucus continue...

In Metro Markets, Blacks and Latinos Pay More for Housing

Duke University released a new study this week that shows African American and Latino homebuyers paid about 3.5 percent more for comparable homes than...

Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation Forced To Change Name By King’s...

Roland Martin and Joseph Williams are reporting that the Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation has been forced to change their name.  Why? Because the...

Kevyn Orr Named Emergency Manager in Detroit

The Detroit Free Press: Let's be clear about what happened Thursday. The governor of Michigan told voters in Detroit that the people they hired...

First Latino to head DNC fundraising, Henry Muñoz

The Democratic National Committee was set to announce a new finance chair today. Henry Muñoz, whose work with the Futuro Fund raised more than...

Sandy Hook: Anti-Gun Momentum Builds in Massacre’s Wake

On Dec. 17, Newtown, Conn., began to bury its dead. There was Noah Pozner, an avid reader and taco enthusiast, who loved the dish so...

TRUST Act is Next Step to Keep Immigrants’ Dreams Alive

By Neidi Dominguez When President Obama announced in June that he would grant certain young, undocumented immigrants opportunities to avoid deportation and work legally in...

Mayors: Do-Nothing Gridlocked Congress Needs to Help Cities

By Eric Mayes of the Philadelphia Tribune  Frustrated at the political gridlock in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Conference of Mayors on Thursday released a report...