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Ron Busby Sr., president/CEO of the U. S. Black Chamber, Inc. and his son, Ron Jr. Ron Jr. says his path has been eerily similar to his father's, simply by listening and observing. PHOTO: Ewoma Ogbaudu Photography

Black Millennials Honor the Lessons from Their Fathers – And Father Figures

By Hazel Trice Edney and Alanté Millow –      (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Ron Busby Jr. was only in elementary school when...

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Congressional Black Caucus, Lawmakers Slam Trump Budget

By Barrington M. Salmon –   “President Trump’s budget is based on the ill-advised idea that the poor can pull themselves up...

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Judge Denies Antonacci’s Request to Dismiss Discrimination Lawsuit, Minority Contractors Will Have Their Day in Court

By Lisa Dumas –   Three minority contractors who filed a discrimination lawsuit against Onondaga County Comptroller Robert...

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Syracuse Common Council Votes to Override Mayor’s Budget Vetoes

By Staff –   Syracuse Common Council has voted to override Mayor Stephanie Miner’s veto of 11 amendments the council...

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‘State of Black America': Washington Power Shift Brings ‘Dire Risk’ to Economic, Social Progress

By Hazel Trice Edney   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Now more than 100 days since the inauguration of President Donald Trump and a...

Syracuse Inner Harbor Project, Photo: QPK Design

City of Syracuse Forced to Give Over Last Piece of Harbor Land to Developers

The City of Syracuse has lost its legal battle against the Cor Development Co., and as of May 1, the city will finally surrender its last...

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U.S. House Passes Republican Healthcare Bill, Group Says It Will Disproportionately Impact Women of Color

By Staff –   The American Healthcare Act, largely supported by both President Donald Trump and Republicans, narrowly won passage...

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Federal Judge Finds Texas Voter Law Discriminates Against Blacks

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that Texas’ 2011 voter photo ID law, the nation’s strictest, was...

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Miner Releases 2017-18 Budget to City Council for Approval

By Staff –   Mayor Stephanie Miner has released her $700 million 2017-2018 budget proposal to Syracuse’s Common Council for...

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Price Rite Opens New Store on Syracuse’s South Side

By Staff –   Price Rite Supermarkets has opened its new 35,000-square-foot store at 611 South Ave. — a long-awaited...